Everton Stadium

The new Everton Stadium is a football stadium under construction on Bramley-Moore Dock in Vauxhall, Liverpool, England, that will become the home ground for Everton ahead of the 2025–26 season, replacing Goodison Park. Bramley-Moore is a former commercial dock and it is intended that the new stadium will become the heart of a new mixed-use development in the area containing shops, housing, gym and other venues. The stadium will also be a host venue for UEFA Euro 2028.

Everton Stadium is an exciting and highly anticipated project set to transform the club’s future and the Liverpool waterfront. Located within Liverpool’s historic docks.  This beautiful stadium is designed to be a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of 52,888. The construction began in 2021, and it aims to open for the 2024-2025 football season.

The design of the stadium, by renowned architect Dan Meis, reflects a blend of modernity and tradition, paying homage to Everton’s rich history while providing cutting-edge facilities. It features a brick, steel, and glass façade that echoes the industrial heritage of the site. The stadium will include a large home end, a single-tier stand that can house 13,000 fans, creating an intense and atmospheric experience on matchdays.

Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium is not only a sporting venue but also a key part of the broader Liverpool Waters regeneration project, expected to bring significant economic and social benefits to the area. It will include public spaces, hospitality suites, and community facilities, enhancing the local infrastructure and providing a boost to the local economy. This move underscores Everton’s ambition to elevate their status in English and European football, while also contributing to the revitalization of Liverpool’s waterfront.

Everton FC

Everton Football Club, founded in 1878, is one of the oldest and most storied clubs in English football history. Originally known as St. Domingo’s FC, the club was renamed Everton in 1879, taking its name from the district in Liverpool where it was based. Everton was a founding member of the Football League in 1888 and won its first league title in 1891. The club’s home ground, Goodison Park, has been its base since 1892, making it one of the oldest purpose-built football stadiums in the world. Over the years, Everton has enjoyed significant success, particularly during the pre-war era and the mid-1980s. The club has won the English top division nine times, the FA Cup five times, and the European Cup Winners’ Cup once, in 1985, under the management of Howard Kendall.

Throughout its history, Everton has been renowned for its youth development and nurturing of talent, contributing significantly to the England national team. Players like Dixie Dean, who scored a record 60 league goals in the 1927-28 season, and modern stars like Wayne Rooney, who began his illustrious career at Everton, highlight the club’s commitment to developing footballing talent. The club’s motto, “Nil Satis Nisi Optimum” (Nothing but the best is good enough), reflects its ambitions and standards. Despite facing challenges and fluctuating fortunes in recent decades, Everton remains a prominent and respected club in English football, with a passionate fan base and a commitment to returning to the pinnacle of the sport.

 

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