|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||£ 75 mln|
|Construction||12.2014 - ?|
Before Liverpool FC decided to expand Anfield, the club commissioned two separate concepts of new stadiums at Stanley Park, just across the street. Both were eventually dropped for lower value for money than the expansion scheme.
In April 2014 The Reds first presented renderings of the new Main Stand, which should grow by 8,500 seats and reach a stunning 21,000 capacity. It will house most of the club’s hospitality and offices, also becoming home to the Hillsborough Memorial.
Though not presented in initial renders, the scheme also includes expansion of the northern Anfield Stand by further 4,800 seats, giving a final capacity of 58,800 seats. Planning application for both phases was filed in June 2014.
Liverpool: The Reds file applications to expand Anfield use
Possibly half a million visitors more. That's how much the use of Anfield might increase annually, if the city council agrees to Liverpool FC's proposal of expanding non-football use.
Liverpool: Anfield to reach 61,000 by 2021?
It's no secret to anyone that Liverpool FC are working on further expansion of Anfield. The club has so far been careful not to reveal details, though. Time to break the silence, perhaps?
Liverpool: Anfield second only to Old Trafford?
They were about to expand it to 58,800 seats. Now the plan is beyond 60,000, which might mean only one stadium of the Premier League could be larger than the expanded Anfield.
Liverpool: Anfield expansion? Not so fast
They only have time until September to make up their minds. But Liverpool FC claim to still be assessing whether to proceed with Anfield’s further expansion, to nearly 59,000 seats.
Liverpool: 1 year to decide on Anfield Road
Liverpool FC have one year to move forward with their north stand expansion. The planning permission expires in September 2017.
Liverpool: Stand inside a stand – news from Anfield
As fans share their impressions from the test events, Anfield is entering the last week of preparations for grand opening of the new main stand. See what’s new in Liverpool.
Liverpool: Anfield preview in just a week
Before the first game is played, two test events will welcome 15,000 people inside new main stand of Anfield next Friday. Meanwhile the club reveals further details and is testing new floodlights.
Liverpool: Black Forest trees to decorate Anfield
Jürgen Klopp will remain the most famous German currently at Anfield, but the stadium just received a fresh transfer from the Black Forest: trees that will decorate the main stand’s plaza.
Liverpool: Anfield reopening sealed for September
The Reds reached an agreement with Burnley and will play their first home game no sooner than September 11. This leaves enough time to make the new main stand operable, though not finished.
Liverpool: Changes around Anfield expansion
New multi-million club megastore, changes in the public plaza and possible giant banner decorating the new main stand. Add to that new construction photos and it’s a massive update package on Anfield!
Liverpool: New main stand in 3 months
By late august Anfield will grow to 53,800 people, becoming England’s fifth largest stadium. But main stand’s expansion will last much longer for the club…
Liverpool: The Reds show industrial concourses
New main stand will offer two public concourses for all fans. Some claim these look rather cheap, but Liverpool made sure there’s a lot to look forward to!
England: Liverpool bends under fan pressure
Once they saw thousands of fans leave the stadium in protest, Liverpool FC owners came to their senses and did the right thing. Better late than never, you might say.
Liverpool: Anfield truss lift postponed
The scheduled work to lift the huge 650-tonne roof truss for Anfield’s new Main Stand has been postponed due to wind. Report by ThisIsAnfield.com.
England: Premier League adjusted to Anfield and Etihad expansions?
Liverpool FC and Manchester City have suggested that the Premier League begins with them playing away fixtures. Both cases are associated with ongoing stadium redevelopment projects.
Liverpool: Crawler cranes arrive at Anfield
Two massive crawler cranes are now on site, expected to mount the main roof truss over western grandstand of Anfield. The operation should be done in mid-July.
New construction: Check how Anfield is growing
From now on you’ll be able to see not only renderings, but also progress of the build. As the steel structure begins to grow, progress will be visible very fast and Anfield will be 8,300 larger next year.
Liverpool: Anfield substation plans approved by council planners
A proposal to build an electricity substation to help power the new Liverpool FC stadium in Anfield has been given the go-ahead. A Liverpool Echo report.
Liverpool: Anfield expansion to pay back in 4 years?!
The Reds are spending £100 million on the expansion of just one stand, but the investment is planned to pay for itself very quickly. With corporate seating, it should take just a few years.