Liverpool new stadium: Anfield redevelopment fact sheet

The end is finally in sight for one of the most fraught and protracted stadium sagas in sporting history.

Images of the new £150m remodelling of Anfield have been unveiled after the club signed a legal agreement with Liverpool City Council and Your Housing Group to redevelop the ground and the surrounding area.

Plans to replace Anfield with a new 60,000-capacity stadium in the adjacent Stanley Park were first mooted in 2002, and then revisited under the ownership of Tom Hicks and George Gillett, who famously promised “a spade in the ground” within 60 days of their acquisition of the club in 2007.

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