Liverpool FC have unveiled their vision for a redeveloped Anfield stadium, that could eventually take the new capacity to around 59,000.
Liverpool owner John Henry is excited by the new stadium plans that the club will share in the coming weeks.
Liverpool City Council and the football club have released details of a proposed £260M regeneration of Anfield - the stadium and area.
Liverpool are preparing to unveil plans that will see Anfield redeveloped and expanded to a capacity of over 55,000, and scupper talk of a new stadium on Stanley Park.
Liverpool Managing Director Ian Ayre insists that the club is making progress on stadium plans.
Liverpool go back to the clubs original plans for a 60,000 seat stadium in Stanley Park.
Liverpool FC give their strongest indication that a new stadium will be built on Stanley Park, and we look at the reasons and why this is arguably the inevitable decision, and why we should be optimistic over our future.
Stanley Park is still an option for the new stadium, as the council extend the club’s option to secure a lease.
Liverpool’s council leader has been told by the club that work will begin soon on the new stadium.
Liverpool Football Club today announced another delay for the proposed new stadium which could mean a massive blow to see work starting in Stanley Park.
The deal between Kop Football Ltd and Wachovia/RBS is sealed on a dark day for Liverpool.
The co-owners release details of the final plans for the new Anfield stadium.
Two rival architect firms produce their plans for the new stadium.
Liverpool’s poor representation towards the fans continues.
A slightly less ambitious plan is revealed for the new stadium.
Finally, after months of hard work behind the scenes, Liverpool City Council have accepted the club’s proposals for the new design of a new Anfield stadium.
Liverpool’s new stadium is heading to the half billion pound mark before the first brick has even been laid.
Liverpool today unveiled the plans for the brand new Anfield stadium which will seat 60,000 initially, features an 18,000 seater Kop stand and will cost £300 million to build by 2010.
Rafa, Stevie G, Jamie Carragher, Xabi and Rick Parry have all give their verdicts on the proposed new Liverpool FC stadium.
You, me and everybody else will be able to see the legal, final designs for the New Anfield stadium – a project that has been central to the new Liverpool chairmen’s vision for the future of our club. In fact the stadium ‘re-design’ has been on-going since March of this year.
The speculation on players both in and out of Anfield moved up a notch and the media have been filled with the weekend’s comments from Mr. Gillett. New Anfield Stadium proposals As we reminded everyone this morning, the reds are unveiling their plans for the new Anfield stadium to the City Council today. The plans […]
Later today Liverpool Football Club will unveil their finalised plans for a New Anfield stadium to Liverpool City Council.
The extended contract handed today to Jose Reina was yet another significant step forward in the next stage of Liverpool’s development.
Will we ever know the reasons why Javier Mascherano was reduced to a couple of starts and a couple of substitute appearances by West Ham United? The Argentinian has put it behind him and enjoying his new Anfield career.
In dramatic developments today, work on the new Anfield stadium has been temporarily halted after Liverpool’s new owners, days in to taking control of the new club, are looking at plans to build the Premiership’s biggest football stadium.
“Rafa wouldn’t get anything better than Liverpool, or I wouldn’t think so,” Carragher said of the tabloid rumours that Real may be interested.
“He can buy his own players here. He’s one of the best managers around. He proved that at Valencia, and he’s already proved it here. Hopefully we can go on again over the next few years and win more things.
“All the players enjoy working with him. I’m sure you can see the difference he’s made over the last few years, especially in Europe. Next season we want to push on and do well in the Premiership as well.”
The Dubai investment bid at Anfield is set to value the club itself at £156 million according to the BBC. Chairman David Moores, who owns just over 51% of the club’s shares, is expected to pocket £75 million from the deal. Dubai Investment Capital are at a very advanced stage after assessing the club’s finances […]