Tag: Everton


‘The Blues’ venue plans get green light

Everton FC stadium plans approved

Everton FC’s planning application for its new stadium on Bramley-Moore Dock (UK) was unanimously given the nod by the Liverpool City Council on February 23rd, 2021. The Council has also greenlighted plans for a community-led legacy project at the 39, 572-capacity Goodison Park, Everton’s... » Read more


‘The Toffeemen’ new venue plans decision soon

Everton FC stadium update Feb 2021

Premier League club Everton Football Club’s planning applications for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock (UK) and community-led legacy project at Goodison Park is all set to be determined by the Liverpool City Council very soon. evertonfc.com sources stated that the local authority will convene... » Read more


Everton unlocks stunning designs of futuristic venue

Everton FC update Dec 2019

Everton recently unlocked the stunning final designs of its 53,000-seater futuristic new venue at Bramley-Moore Dock – within Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters site in England. The design has been unveiled ahead of the submission of a planning application to Liverpool City Council. The venue... » Read more


Everton to launch public consultation for new stadium

Everton to launch public consultation

Liverpool-based Everton FC announce that it will launch a public consultation into plans to relocate to Bramley Moore dock, with the club unlikely to borrow money from the city council for the proposed £500-million stadium, which would delay its planning application by a year. “Everton Football... » Read more


Everton names expert as stadium development director

Everton FC - Stadium Development Director

Liverpool-based Everton Football Club has named the stadium development director to push forward its plans for a new £500-million Bramley-Moore Dock ground. According to media reports construction industry specialist Colin Chong has been appointed in the role, in a move hailed as an “important... » Read more


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