Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says he is very happy with the news that the club are planning to expand the current stadium to a 60,000 seater ground.
Liverpool are to remain at Anfield and redevelop their famous stadium, rather than move to a proposed new stadium on Stanley Park.
Liverpool’s managing director Ian Ayre has again told how the club’s preferred option is to remain at Anfield and redevelop the stadium rather than move to a new stadium in Stanley Park.
Comments by Liverpool owner John W. Henry this week have given further indication that the club are set to remain at Anfield.
Liverpool Football Club’s immediate future will be revealed today as the club unveil not only new manager Brendan Rodgers to the world’s media, but a new kit, and news on redeveloping Anfield.
Marco brings us an in-depth look at the revenue figures of several top Premier League clubs compared to LFC and reiterates the importance of a new stadium in the development of Liverpool FC’s successful future.
Liverpool City Council has announced big plans to improve housing in the Anfield district of Liverpool, in a regeneration project ongoing around the stadium.
Liverpool’s decision on whether to redevelop their existing Anfield stadium, or relocate to nearby Stanley Park, could still be some way off.
Si Steers discusses the importance of FSG making a decision on the new stadium, or redevelopment of Anfield, this year – before we are left behind by more of our rivals.
Although Liverpool have scrapped Tom Hicks’ commissioned designs in favour of 2003 stadium designs, they could still stay at the current stadium.
Liverpool will go ahead with plans to build a new stadium in Stanley Park, using architects AFK.