Images Of How The New Everton FC Stadium At Bramley-Moore Dock Would Look Upon Completion

Updated: Apr 9

With The New Stadium Receiving The Green Light From Liverpool City Council, Here Is What Everton's New Ground Is Intended To Look Like In The Vauxhall District Of The City Of Liverpool

Everton FC's vision for the intended final look of the Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium that will house the Premier League Club (Credit: Everton FC).
Everton FC's vision for the intended final look of the Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium that will house the Premier League Club (Credit: Everton FC).

Liverpool City Council has permitted Everton FC to move forward with plans for their Bramley-Moore Dock stadium in December 2020.


The consultation for moving the club's stadium included moving their grounds outside the City Of Liverpool and into one of the other Boroughs in the Liverpool City Region, such as the Borough of Knowsley. However, many fans felt that it was essential to keep the club in the heart of the Region and in the City of Liverpool.


The Vauxhall District has been shown to be an ideal spot for the club to move its grounds. It is only a stone's throw away from The Commercial District and will essentially begin expanding the City Centre further and start enabling the improvement of transport links in the currently underused area.


Below is a library of images of how the stadium could look upon completion by 2024.


Images Of Bramley-Moore Dock Upon Completion

Everton FC's vision for the intended final look of the Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium that will house the Premier League Club after they move from Goodison Park in the Everton Area of the City (Credit: Everton FC).