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Everton announce the final year to be played at Goodison Park

Everton has decided to delay the move to their new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock until the start of the 2025-26 season.

The anticipated completion of the new 52,888 capacity stadium is by the end of next year, but Everton will have one final season at Goodison Park before fully transitioning to their new home. The Toffees aim to avoid mid-season disruptions and plan to bid farewell to Goodison Park in a final season before moving to the new stadium.

Everton, who have called Goodison Park home since 1892, are set to move to their new state-of-the-art stadium in 2025. Despite facing the challenge of relegation this season, the club aims to secure their Premier League status before transitioning to the new facility. The move to the modern stadium is seen as a strategic step towards a more promising future for the Toffees.

Goodison Park, Everton’s historic home, was the first significant football stadium constructed in England and the second-largest in Britain after Rangers’ Ibrox. The stadium, with a capacity of 39,572, has been an integral part of Everton’s identity for over a century.

Under the management of Sean Dyche, Everton has been in great form, securing victory in four of their last five Premier League matches. Despite a 10-point deduction due to Financial Fair Play rule violations, the Toffees have shown resilience by climbing out of the relegation zone. A win against Dyche’s former team, Burnley, on Saturday would further strengthen their position.

Ethan Dempsey
Ethan Dempsey
Ethan is a lifelong football fan. When he is not obsessing over the Premier League games, Ethan likes to read fantasy tomes, watch football documentaries and waste hours upon hours on video games.
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