Everton propose Goodison Park ‘rebranding’ to Liverpool City council
Everton have submitted proposals to Liverpool City Council to spruce up Goodison Park.
The club plan a “rebranding” exercise over the summer involving the installation of new cladding and light displays.
Plans show cladding to both ends of the Main Stand and a new cladded tower construction at the Bullens Road side of the Park Stand.
They also show a banner system that will wrap around the Main Stand, Gwladys Street and Bullens Road Stand.
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,” said an Everton statement.
Proposals also include an application to create a Holy Trinity statue – featuring Howard Kendall , Colin Harvey and Alan Ball – as part of the project.
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