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Re: [News]Bramley Moore Dock update
« on: December 21, 2017, 05:30:09 AM »
Excerpts from a feasibility study I just found(look for it yourself)
EFC needs a new home – Goodison Park does not offer the modern facilities that many other
Premier League club grounds of Everton’s stature have. The current capacity of Goodison Park
is also limiting the ability of EFC to generate competitive match day revenues – EFC matchday
revenue for the 2011/12 football season was only a quarter of the top revenue generating club,
Manchester United, and less than half of their neighbours Liverpool FC (LFC).
1.5 Both EFC and LFC are extremely important to the City as major drivers of tourism and leisure
spend, significant employers as well as having huge fan bases in the local community – over 50%
of EFC season ticket holders live within the Liverpool City postcode area.
1.6 EFC and LCC have been in discussions regarding a new stadium site for over 10 years. Following
the demise of the most recent project involving a proposed move to Kirkby, an extensive search
for alternative sites within the city was undertaken and Walton Hall Park was identified as the site
that offered the greatest potential and one worthy of further exploration.
1.7 Together the joint proposition from EFC, LCC and LMH could form a regeneration schem
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