After Walton Hall Park plans were dropped in May, a meeting has now been held to discuss the possibilities of replacing Everton’s home ground – and Liverpool Mayor, Joe Anderson, is optimistic that the Blues could see a new stadium within 2 years.
“Great meeting with Farhad. Still believe a new stadium in 2 yrs is achievable. #COYB “.
The club is currently considering a docklands-based site or on land at Stonebridge Cross after Walton Hall Park plans fell through.
The news comes after recent reports of a confimed new makeover at Goodison Park, and a council-funded ‘mini stadium‘ at Finch Farm for the club’s academy teams.
Registered attendees of TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit 2016 will tour the Goodison Park makeover, as well as Anfield’s stunning new granstand on 31 Oct.
Limited places still available – get in touch for more info.
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