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With the support of Liverpool City Council and Mayor Joe Anderson, the Club has set its sights on developing a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

In recent weeks, we have made two important announcements: We have ‘in principle’ agreements to buy the land and for a funding structure from Liverpool City Council to help us build the new stadium.

A new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock would be significant not just for the Club, but also for the City: generating investment, jobs and the growth that Liverpool needs. We have been encouraged by the many positive comments from both fans and residents across the City.

The case for a new stadium is strong but the project is not yet over the line. We now need to refine our business plan, look in detail at the economics, and set out the significant economic and social benefits that will result from both the new stadium and our plans for a lasting positive legacy at Goodison Park – something that is very important to us.

Right now we are inviting fans and local residents to join the campaign. There is a way to go, and we can only make this project a success if our fans, the community, businesses and all our partners are part of this journey with us.

To achieve our aims, we will need your support. We will be looking for your input on our plans; we will keep you informed of progress at Bramley-Moore Dock and Goodison Park; and will enlist your support in the journey towards a new home for the Club.  Please register below to take part in in future activities and events and to stay informed.


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