Liverpool advance the structure to increase Anfield capacity

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Liverpool has an auspicious way to advance the structure to increase Anfield capacity. Liverpool are continuing their project to expand the capacity of Anfield to accommodate more than 61,000 seats. That with completion expected for the 2023-24 season.

Sky Sports News reports that Liverpool will be working on construction to improve the capacity of Anfield stadium. To add about 7,000 more seats and to bring the total stadium capacity to more than 61,000 seats in the 2023-24 season onwards.

Liverpool previously presented the stadium renovation plans. It was approved by Liverpool City Council since June. So the Reds will go ahead with the project to complete the project on time. There will be an official foundation stone laying ceremony next week.

The Anfield stadium will be renovated in the Anfield Road Stand to increase the capacity by 7,000. With this addition going in the same way as the Main Stand that was completed in 2016. At that time the construction continued While the game was racing normally.

If Anfield increases the stadium’s capacity to more than 61,000. It will become the third largest stadium in the Premier League, behind 74,140 at Old Trafford and Tottenham. The 62,850-seat Per Stadium, while the 60,000-seat main stadium is the Emirates Stadium 60,704 and the London Stadium 60,000.