How Everton Could Look If Goodison Park Is Demolished Now That The New Stadium Has Been Greenlit

Updated: Apr 9

The New Everton Stadium At Bramley-Moore Dock Has Been Given The Green Light, Here Is How Everton Could Look In The Next Few Years

A projection of 10-storey high rise tower blocks where Goodison Park Stadium currently stands (Credit: Everton FC).
A projection of 10-storey high rise tower blocks where Goodison Park Stadium currently stands (Credit: Everton FC).

Everton FC have received the green light from Liverpool City Council to build their new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock in The Vauxhall District.


The Club has discussed the potential to demolish Goodison Park and build a selection of amenities such as shops, offices, green space and affordable housing as a lasting legacy to the area in which they originated more than 128 years ago in 1892.


They have said that the demolition of the stadium would not occur until after the completion of Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium in 2024, in which they hope to be playing at from the September of that year for the 2024/25 football season.

Projections of high rise and low rise affordable housing replacing Goodison Park Stadium after the move to Bramley-Moore Dock in The Vauxhall District (Credit: Everton FC).
Projections of high rise and low rise affordable housing replacing Goodison Park Stadium after the move to Bramley-Moore Dock in The Vauxhall District (Credit: Everton FC).
How Goodison Park in Everton could look if demolished after the Club's move to The Waterfront (Credit: Everton FC).
How Goodison Park in Everton could look if demolished after the Club's move to The Waterfront (Credit: Everton FC).