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November 16, 2017, 02:52:30 PM
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Doesn't seem to matter much at the moment, our hospitality was voted 2nd best in the Premier League in 2015.
"Evertonís matchday hospitality was voted second in the Premier Leagueís 2015 Fans Survey for corporate hospitality ."
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/business/everton-fc-freezes-corporate-hospitality-11036408
And how much do we make money compared to others? That's what matters. How much would naming rights cost at the Waterfront versus Walton?


January 01, 2018, 05:04:51 AM
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January 17, 2018, 02:52:28 PM
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Cheap tickets obviously play a big part. But the new stadium should increase other income somewhat.


February 09, 2018, 03:21:17 AM
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A moebius strip shaped stadium would be unique.

February 10, 2018, 03:45:32 AM
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What's International Space Station got to do with this?

February 10, 2018, 08:05:33 PM
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The food is out of this world
And the views to the field are spectacular.


February 20, 2018, 02:55:51 AM
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So they don't even know if it's a bowl or four separate stands yet?

February 24, 2018, 05:51:39 PM
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Making the stadium too big makes no financial sense. It might never pay back the investment and the atmosphere might suffer.

March 22, 2018, 03:25:09 PM
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Just a few years ago we couldn't fill GP so saying that the club would automatically fill a 60k stadium for the next 100 years is quite a bold statement.

March 23, 2018, 10:00:44 PM
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KD was liked but Kirkby was a piece of shite so it was berated for a reason.

May 31, 2018, 11:55:04 PM
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I don't get it, will it simply be a new connecting road that cuts through Gibraltar Row?

July 25, 2018, 03:40:19 PM
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It's not just the cost of seats but concessions, toilets, emergency procedures, and what not. More people means more need for everything.

August 14, 2018, 11:47:08 AM
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.....................  Most games have been sold out over the past 4/5 seasons ,plus you're not taking into account that only obstructed views are available so it puts off ' casual 'supporters. When visitors don't take the Upper section ,which is a decent view , it gets sold to home fans in no time ,proving there is a demand for more capacity.
20 years prior to that the capacity has been plenty enough.

December 21, 2018, 12:48:45 AM
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So, we're looking at as little as £6.9m per year difference for that extra 10k seats.
Never mind that being an almost irrelevant number in todays football world - the respect increase in build cost for them extra 10k seats means it would take multiple years to pay off anyway.
Yep. Assuming every game was sold out it would take something like 20 years to get the money back on those 10,000 seats.

December 23, 2018, 04:35:21 PM
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Simple economics here people. Make the stadium big enough to increase capacity substantially. 13 000 extra people is 33% increase already. If you keep people wanting to get in, you can raise the price of a ticket. Supply and demand in full force.

Now letís do the math. Say a ticket costs £40 currently. 39000 people in Goodison thatís ticket revenue of £1.56M.

To fill a 55 000 stadium consistently they likely wonít be able to raise ticket prices much. And thus ticket revenue at £40 per seat would be £2.2M per match.

If they made a stadium at 50000 seats and could charge £5 per seat more than current as they demand will be greater and seat availaibilty more limited they will increase match day ticket revenue to £2.25M per game.

With 52000 seats that match day revenue is 2.35M. So getting that sweet number that allows increase demand to outweigh the  increased supply means increased revenue at much lower capital outlay.
Main driver in all this is actually executive boxes. GP is desperately short of these. Increasing this number will increase match day revenue much more than just looking at seat numbers. They can now add enough boxes to meet demand (and some). Regular seats are a relatively minor matter income-wise.