By Sam Stone

17th Nov, 2022 | 1:07pm

Stunning drone footage emerges of new Everton stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock

Stunning new drone footage has emerged of the brand new Everton Stadium located on Bramley-Moore Dock, as construction of the Toffees’ new home accelerates.

Everton are due to move into the new 50,000-seater stadium at the start of the 2024/25 campaign and leave Goodison Park having been based there since 1892.

The new stadium has also been shortlisted as a potential venue should the UK and Ireland’s Euro 2028 bid be successful (The Guardian, 16 November).

Latest footage from Mister Drone UK’s YouTube channel (16 November) has revealed images of the stadium starting to take shape after months of construction.

New era

Leaving one of the great English stadiums in Goodison Park will be a tough one to take for a number of Evertonians, with old fashion and charismatic football stadia often hard to come by in the modern game. However, if the Toffees really want to compete at the right end of the Premier League table, then moving to a bigger stadium is something which has to happen.

The new ground on the dock will be a remarkable stadium, in the heart of the city which could attract new fans and players to the club, which will only be beneficial in the long run.

The Toffees are one of the most historical football clubs in the country and have a large fan base which could help propel them towards the upper reaches of the league.

For now, ensuring Everton remain a Premier League club has to be a top priority for everyone at Goodison Park ahead of their new era at their new ground.