What The Papers Say - 29 June

The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.

Dan Meis has claimed Everton's new stadium will be "one of the most intimidating grounds in the Premier League".

Reported by Liverpool World, the Blues architect is confident that the Club's new home will be a deafening cauldron.

"I am going to go on record that Bramley Moore will quickly gain recognition as one of the most intimidating grounds in the Premier League," Meis wrote on Twitter.

"Just look at the proximity to the pitch, and how close the roof is to the seating, compared to say Emirates. It will be deafening"

Elsewhere, media outlets have reacted to the launch of Everton's home kit for the 2023/24 season.

"For the first time in a decade, an Everton home shirt will feature a collar – one that pays homage to Goodison’s famous Archibald Leitch pattern on its trim," the Liverpool Echo writes.

"The same iconic design – a feature of Everton’s stadium since 1909 – is repeated on the shirt’s sleeves. The collar is also a nod to the classic hummel Denmark national team home shirt from their 1992 European Championship triumph, as part of a range of design inspirations marking the brand’s centenary year."

Everton's home goalkeeper kit was also unveiled this morning, including a familiar pattern in the shirt design.

"The Blues' range of goalkeeper kits will all feature elements inspired by Goodison's association with St Luke’s Church, which stands at the corner of the Howard Kendall Gwladys Street end and the Goodison Road Main Stand," the Echo continued.

"For the home shirt, this is reflected through a pattern depicting the church’s window arches."

Finally, Demarai Gray celebrated his 27th birthday with a brace for Jamaica.

The Guardian reports on how the Blues forward struck twice against Trinidad and Tobago in a 4-1 win in the CONCAF Gold Cup.