(Image) The home end at Everton’s proposed new ground compared to Liverpool’s famous Kop end

Everton are the latest Premier League club to announce that they are planning to build a new stadium. While the idea has been on the pipeline for a few years now, it was only recently that things stated speeding up after the club announced the appointment of a new Stadium Development Director.

While no final decision has been made on the design and capacity, fans have been promised a state of the art facility at Bramley-Moore Dock, along with the redevelopment of the surrounding area, which is expected to cost the club close to a billion pounds.

According to pictures floating on Twitter, Everton have planed a unique design feature for one of the stands in their new stadium. It appears Everton are going to take a leaf out of the books of their arch-rivals Liverpool and German giants Borussia Dortmund, and make one side of the stadium a single-tier stand emulating the Kop and the Yellow Wall.

The thing that would please Evertonians the most about the reveal, is that the single-tier stand is likely to be larger and steeper than the Kop stand at Anfield. Here’s an illustrative comparison between the Kop and Everton’s planned single-tier stand that’s been doing the round on social media:



Image via Twitter



5 Replies to “(Image) The home end at Everton’s proposed new ground compared to Liverpool’s famous Kop end”

  1. who cares.. the Kop is the Kop. be a shame when they leave Goodison needed for there development though as a club. we have the space to build around Anfield they don’t. still the best and most beautiful decision from lfc was to stay at anfield.

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  2. Well let’s hope that the 38,000 supporters spread around the stadium can generate a bit of an atmosphere. I guess their annual attempt at mid table survival will be pretty exciting.

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