February 20, 2024

Would you prefer to move into Bramley-Moore mid-way through the 2024/25 season, or after?

There has been little to shout about in the last few days for Everton, with the Bramley-Moore Dock stadium a sole beacon of hope amidst their persisting misery.

Having cruised into an international break in their best run of form in years, at last the fanbase seemed united behind a Sean Dyche team competing in every match.


As such, they had won six of their last nine in all competitions, including two fine recent away victories over West Ham United and Crystal Palace.


Things were looking up, until Friday’s points deduction ruling saw everything come crashing back down to earth.


Evertonians needed another boost, despite the supporters having arguably been tied together more than ever with this landmark ruling, and Mister Drone UK would deliver just that with another stunning flyover.



He would detail the immense work going on alongside the River Mersey, with the brickwork swiftly being installed alongside the sea of royal blue seats.


Taking shape magnificently, their new home is truly flying up now, and marks the perfect host for the angry, volatile, passionate crowd that will migrate from Goodison Park soon. Sunday promises to be a perfect example of those characteristics in response to the aforementioned injustice.


When will Everton move into the new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium?

Much debate has been had over the exact move-in date for Everton’s stadium switchover, given when it is planned to be finished.


They note that the build is expected to be completed in ‘late 2024’, suggesting it will be mid-way through next season.



Whilst questions have already been put to the fanbase regarding whether they would prefer a mid-season move or to wait until the conclusion of the 2024/25 campaign, alongside queries regarding season tickets, a conclusion is still yet to be made.


Everton FC v Liverpool FC – Premier League

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It will come down to just how desperate the club are for the huge boost in commercial revenue the stadium will provide, and whether they can push that aside just to accommodate an emotional farewell on the final day of a season.


Given the recent ruling made by the Premier League and the independent commission, it might be taken out of their hands.

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