As Evertonians await the full release of what a new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock could like like, with the plans being unveiled this week, some details have already started to emerge.
Evertonian publisher and journalist James Corbett has managed to get some details about the new stadium plans, which fans will be able to see later this week as part of the second phase of the club’s consultation period.
It has been revealed that the pitch will run on a north-south axis, with the pitch running alongside the river (which always helps to prevent a Calvert-Lewin strike landing in the water) and that the executive seating in the West Stand (nearest the river) will have views of the pitch and the river.
The clock tower mentioned above is in the neighbouring Nelson Dock, and many Everton fans had wondered if it would form a part of the stadium plans.
It was also revealed that up to three quarters of Bramley Moore Dock will be filled in, while the dock walls will be preserved so that future generations can restore them should Everton leave the site.
The full plans will be revealed to Evertonians later this week, and will form part of a consultation phase which allows the whole of Merseyside to have their say on the stadium proposals.
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