This Is Anfield
Liverpool’s redeveloped Main Stand is starting to take shape, with the first red seats arriving for installation in the newly built top section.
Liverpool FC has released new footage showing Anfield’s Main Stand expansion as construction progresses.
Liverpool held a ‘topping out’ ceremony for the new Main Stand on Thursday, a tradition in the construction industry to bestow good luck on a new building.
Around 400 to 500 seats in the newly built Main Stand at Anfield will have a restricted view.
Enjoy the latest aerial shots of Liverpool’s new Main Stand, taken by Airviews Photography last week.
Liverpool’s new Main Stand is developing well and towers above the existing stadium, as shown in these new image.
Owner John W. Henry and chairman Tom Werner are in Liverpool for the Reds’ first home game of the season and get an update on the Anfield redevelopment project.
Liverpool supporters arriving at Anfield tonight for the first home game of the season will see a very different skyline around the stadium.
Last week saw a significant milestone in Anfield’s expansion, with the new roof truss put into place on the Main Stand, dominating the area.
The scheduled work to lift the huge 650-tonne roof truss for Anfield’s new Main Stand has been postponed due to wind.
Anfield’s new Main Stand construction is beginning to overlook the local area as construction enters an impressive phase.
Liverpool Football Club have released their latest time-lapse video of the construction of the new Main Stand at Anfield.
Work on Anfield’s new Main Stand continues to take shape at a fast pace, with the new structure now towering over the existing stand.