Everton FC reveals plans for Goodison Park revamp

Everton Football Club has revealed plans to revamp its home stadium, Goodison Park.

The Premier League outfit has submitted proposals to refresh the ground to Liverpool City Council’s planning department ahead of the forthcoming 2016-17 season.

The plans include the construction of tower at the Bullens Road end of the Park End stand as well as cladding and light displays on Goodison’s exterior.

Put forward in conjunction with Condy Lofthouse Architects, the renovation also includes new signage at the Park End and a wraparound banner covering three sides of the stadium.

Furthermore, Everton FC is aiming to build a statue commemorating club legends Howard Kendall, Alan Ball and Colin Harvey, known collectively as the Holy Trinity, at the stadium.

An Everton FC statement reads: “Much of the work is scheduled to be completed by the start of the season and the project forms part of a major ground refurbishment scheme, including some rebranding on internal concourses which is being driven by the club’s fans’ forum.”

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