The completion of Everton’s new stadium is anticipated for sometime in the 2024–2025 campaign
The upcoming 2024–25 season will see the opening of Everton’s new stadium at Bramley–Moore Dock, which will help the club advance in the future.
The £500 million+ arena has been under construction since 2021, and it is planned that the new stadium will serve as the focal point of a brand-new mixed-use neighborhood that includes shops, housing, and other venues.
As a result, Everton will have to leave Goodison Park, where they have played since 1892.
As the Tofees relocate from their current 39, 414-seat stadium to 52, 888 seats at the new ground, there will be a significant increase in capacity.
We’ve made the decision to compare Bramley-capacity Moore’s to that of Liverpool, their Merseyside rivals, and the biggest and best stadiums in England.
Here is their ranking.
Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, can accommodate 75,653 people.
An iconic football venue, The Theatre of Dreams is by far the largest stadium in English football.
2. Tottenham Hotspur, with a stadium with a 62,062 capacity.
The Tottenham Hotspur stadium is regarded as one of the top football stadiums in the world and is a contemporary masterpiece.
3. West Ham United, London Stadium, 62,500 people.
After leaving Upton Park, West Ham United initially found it difficult to adjust. However, the stadium has since begun to carve out its own history and is now one of the largest in the nation.
4. Arsenal – Emirates Stadium, which has a 60,704 capacity
After moving from Highbury in 2005, the Emirates is now among the best football stadiums in the nation. It is a stunningly designed stadium where Arsenal might even win the Premier League this year.