Beautiful new drone footage captured today at Bramley-Moore Dock shows Everton Stadium.

Beautiful new drone footage captured today at Bramley-Moore Dock shows Everton Stadium.

Excitement is palpable as Everton’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock takes shape, with the club preparing to move into the development for the start of the 2025/26 season.

Alongside the construction progress, attention is also being directed towards the

commercial aspects of the build, particularly the naming rights.

Since partnering with Elevate Sports Ventures in 2022, Everton has been diligently exploring options for the stadium’s name.

Richard Kenyon, the chief commercial officer, emphasized the ongoing efforts to

secure a suitable long-term naming partner, highlighting the extensive and thorough

global process undertaken for this purpose.

Recent months have seen significant advancements in the development, with

the construction beginning to reflect the vision of a state-of-the-art facility.

Notably, Youtuber Mister Drone has been providing updates on the Bramley-Moore

Dock construction, with his latest video showcasing the installation of seats in some of the lower tiers.

Initially targeting a move midway through the 2024/25 season, Everton

has adjusted the timeline, with completion of construction expected in the current calendar year.

Test events for the safety certificate are planned for the early part of 2025, ensuring

readiness for the inaugural game in August ’25.

The new stadium promises to offer Everton various revenue streams,

addressing the club’s financial needs.

Its multi-purpose design will enable hosting of other sporting events, providing additional income

avenues that align with Financial Fair Play and Profit and Sustainability Rules.

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