Everton stadium update as new feature now visible at Bramley-Moore Dock site

The Liverpool Echoin Stadium News

Everton's new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock has been making progress with a fresh milestone reached this week.

Progress has hit a fresh milestone at Everton's new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium with this week seeing the first turnstiles fitted at the Blues' soon-to-be home.

On Tuesday, a series of full-height steel turnstiles were installed into the north stand, with work set to be complete on the 52,888 stadia in 2024.

Progress has also been made on the stadium's west side with the first concrete structure to support this terrace now visible.

Providing an additional update on the stadium structure, a report on Evertonfc.com, read: "Another major installation has started to take shape on the exterior of the west stand, where a sweeping terrace will eventually be formed to step down from the stadium, towards a restored water channel that will run parallel to the River Mersey.

"The first concrete structure to support this terrace is visible for the first time, while close by work continues to glaze the west stand exterior.

"Within the bowl itself, handrails are now evident in the upper north west corner of the stadium, as work gears up for the first seat installations."

As it stands, Everton are yet to confirm a moving date to the Bramley-Moore Dock site with work expected to be complete in late 2024. The move will see the Blues end their long-standing affiliation at Goodison Park, which has been their home for over 100 years.

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