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Stunning Shots As Stadium Progresses

Fly over Everton's future home as the sun sets over the site.

Everton Stadium’s bowl shape is becoming more evident following the installation of more concrete terracing units.

Only the south east corner steelwork, along with a section in the north east corner, remain exposed as the two-stepped concrete units expand at both ends of the stadium.

The lifting of the first sections of roof trusses in the north and south stands adds to the overall appearance as the Club’s new home evolves.

The next roof truss lift will see the second, central section of the north stand joined to the existing section and rest on the second support trestle.

Exterior cladding, in the form of the brick facades, now adorn the north west core, with the first batch of 731 individually cast units marking the start of the huge task of wrapping all four walls.

Meanwhile, work to build up the east and west stands continues, with walls and supporting pillars evident in both of the main stands as the third level continues to develop.

WATCH VIDEO 03:40 Sun 27 Nov 2022
WATCH VIDEO

Stunning Shots As Stadium Progresses

Everton Stadium’s bowl shape is becoming more evident following the installation of more concrete terracing units.

Only the south east corner steelwork, along with a section in the north east corner, remain exposed as the two-stepped concrete units expand at both ends of the stadium.

The lifting of the first sections of roof trusses in the north and south stands adds to the overall appearance as the Club’s new home evolves.

The next roof truss lift will see the second, central section of the north stand joined to the existing section and rest on the second support trestle.

Exterior cladding, in the form of the brick facades, now adorn the north west core, with the first batch of 731 individually cast units marking the start of the huge task of wrapping all four walls.

Meanwhile, work to build up the east and west stands continues, with walls and supporting pillars evident in both of the main stands as the third level continues to develop.