Take a look at the proposed designs for Everton's new stadium on the banks of the River Mersey by watching the fly-through animated video below.
Stadium architect Dan Meis revealed his conceptual plans for what the Blues’ home at Bramley-Moore Dock could look like at a special launch event for the second phase of public consultation on Thursday.
The fly-through takes you around the outside of the proposed design to showcase how a state-of-the-art stadium could be incorporated into the historic dockland in North Liverpool, into the stadium bowl to offer a glimpse of Everton matchdays of the future, and through the state-of-the-art lounges, player tunnel and, finally, back out on to the pitch to Z-Cars*.
The second phase of public consultation will run from Friday 26 July to Sunday 26 August and will also involve a Virtual Reality interactive exhibition, visiting 12 locations across all six city region boroughs until 18 August. The consultation is available online until 25 August. For more information about the consultation, including key dates and how to give your feedback, click here.
* Users of the official Everton app can also navigate to the ‘Video’ section.