About The Project

Welcome to Bramley-Moore Dock, the location for one of the most eagerly anticipated stadium development projects on the planet. The next home for Everton Football Club.

This website is your destination to learn about the evolution of the project, with new visuals, sales information and development updates to come. We look forward to sharing the journey with you.

Situated on the banks of the River Mersey - on Liverpool’s world-famous waterfront - the 52,888 capacity arena has already won plaudits and accolades with its eye-catching design which brilliantly blends the modern with the traditional.

The innovative combination of brick, glass and steel complements the architecture of the dock buildings which surround the site, whilst setting a new, exciting benchmark for stadium architecture.

The result is a football-first sporting arena that will be the envy of the world. Atmospheric. Inspirational…. a home befitting a football club with rich traditions, a passionate fanbase and an ambitious future.

Everton and the city of Liverpool have a bright, exciting future together.

The progress of the project will be tracked on the pages of this website in the months ahead.

Embracing A City's History

Everton's new home will breathe new life into historic features by placing at the heart of its design a thrilling vision of the future guided by a glorious past.

  • Generated image of the new Everton Stadium


  • Image of Bramley Moore Dock tower


  • Generated image of the proposed Goodison Legacy


Stadium Location

Aerial photo of Liverpool Aerial photo of Liverpool


Everton’s new £500m stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock is setting the standard for sustainability, as one of the most environmentally-friendly football stadia ever built.

All 480,000 cubic metres of sand required for the initial dock infill process were transported to the site by boat from the sea-bed, 20 miles out in the Irish Sea. This prevented thousands of trucks being needed to provide that sand.

Contract partner Laing O’Rourke have exceeded their ambitious target of re-using 95% of all materials on site.

A full assessment of flood levels has been undertaken, while heritage assets from the Dock’s heyday, including railway lines, mooring posts, cobbles and capstans, are being preserved, refurbished and integrated into the finished build.

As the 52,888-seater stadium takes shape, the Club and Laing O’Rourke are also improving the health and safety of the workforce, and cutting waste, with a pioneering system of design for manufacture and assembly (DFMA).

This entails pre-cast concrete terrace units and external brickwork panels being manufactured under factory conditions, and slotted into place on site, dramatically minimising wastage, improving safety and saving valuable time.

In readiness for an increase in numbers, the Club is set to upgrade facilities at nearby Sandhills train station, following a fan survey held back in 2018 which suggested that 60% of fans wanted to use public transport.

The close proximity to the city also means more fans will have the opportunity to walk to Bramley-Moore Dock, while a looping matchday shuttle bus services will run between the stadium and the main stations in town, for those who cannot make the journey on foot.

Electric vehicle charging points will also be installed at the stadium, where accessible parking will be made available, along with dedicated parking for bicycles.