Inside Everton's incredible brand new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium

New images inside Everton’s new £550m stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock reveal fresh progress as the first seats are installed… with the 53,000-capacity venue set to be completed by late 2024

  • Everton’s new stadium was approved in 2020 and started construction in 2021
  • The Toffees will remain at Goodison Park for another year before moving 
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A new set of images have been released showing the inside of Everton’s incredible new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock. 

The £550m stadium was given approval by Liverpool City council back in 2020, with construction starting in 2021. 

It is set to become the sixth largest stadium in the Premier League, housing 53,000 fans for matchdays. 

However, the Toffees will remain at historic home Goodison Park for at least the rest of this season, as there are hopes the stadium well be completed in time for the start of the 2024-25 campaign. 

New photos released on Everton’s website reveal the first seats that have been put in, with cranes stationed where the pitch is going to be as work on the venue continues.

New photos released by Everton show the construction of the new stadium is going well

A top tier of seats has already been put in, with fans commenting on the gradient of the rows

Blue seats covered in protective wrapping give Evertonians an insight into their new home

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The photos show blue seats already in place at the site, giving Evertonians an insight into what their new home is going to look like. 

Many fans have already commented on the gradient of the top tier in place, which is set to house 13,000 home fans. 

It is designed to give supporters the feeling of being as close to the action as possible and has even drawn comparisons with Borussia Dortmund’s famous ‘Yellow Wall’.

Goodison Park has been the home of Everton for 131 years, with the first game played there in September 1892, which was a 4-2 win over Bolton. 

However while it remains one of Britain’s most iconic stadiums, the club viewed the move to a brand new stadium will not only revitalise the football club but help the wider community too. 

Everton have previously said the stadium will contribute an estimated £1.3bn to the UK economy, create thousands of jobs and attract 1.4m visitors to the city of Liverpool annually.   

The Toffees will only have to hope they will still be playing Premier League football by the time they move to their new luxury home.

Sean Dyche’s side currently sit 16th in the league table, and face a difficult few weeks as they are set to face Manchester United, Chelsea, Newcastle and Tottenham before Christmas.  

Some more photos of the inside of Everton’s new stadium that is set to house 53,000 fans

It is situated on the River Mersey and will provide an incredible view for fans coming to games


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