It was Toffees CEO Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale who cut the ribbon to mark the official inauguration into their new headquarters in the seventh floor of the Royal Liver Building at the end of July.

After the ceremony she told reporters that the club hoped to retain the ‘Everton essence’ in the office and recent pictures seen online indicate that she wasn’t lying.

Photos seen on Twitter showcase a terrifically designed open office with some world class decor prominently featuring club colors and even subtly pays tribute to some of Goodison Park’s famous architecture.

Overlooking their new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and placed in the heart of Liverpool’s commercial district, the world class office should definitely help the club to realize their commercial ambitions.

Now who wouldn’t want to work here! Via @John_B58, check out photos of the stunning new headquarter below:

Via Twitter

  1. Again and again Everton great work in the community nice offices in liver building but do you really think kopits give a fuck NO while they move on the playing side we go backwards come Everton get a grip

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