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      The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread

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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #825: Feb 05, 2018 06:20:31 am
      Just wanted to say that having been a late sixties Kopite and being part of the Red family for half a century I am so pleased that we stayed at Anfield which will always be our Spiritual Home.



      All we need now is for Anfield to become a FORTRESS once again and put the shits up every visiting team before they have even kicked a ball.Just like the good old days of Bill,Bob,Joe and Kenny.
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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #826: Feb 09, 2018 02:29:23 am
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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #827: Feb 09, 2018 10:43:31 am

      Liverpool FC to announce Anfield Road extension plans later this year

      Announcement expected this summer
      Club have been considering 3 proposals
      Work will begin after new training ground is complete next year

      Phase one of Anfield’s redevelopment saw the Main Stand increase the famous stadium’s capacity to just over 54,000, with work being completed last season.

      Next, the proposed phase two – which the club have outline planning permission for as part of their original planning application in April 2014 – will add a further 7,000 additional seats.

      That new capacity of around 61,000 would make Anfield the second biggest club stadium in the country behind Old Trafford – although Manchester City have plans to expand their stadium to a similar size and Tottenham‘s new White Hart Lane will hold 62,000.

      Liverpool have had three designs drawn up, with the final design to be revealed later in 2018 – most likely in the summer.

      The new stand, which will see Anfield Road itself closed off, will be the same height as the new Main Stand and from the outside will aesthetically look the same with a three-tier design. Plans include an external podium similar to the Main Stand and large glass windows.

      Away fans will be housed on the other side of the stand, nearer to the Kenny Dalglish stand and therefore where visiting coaches arrive into Arkles Lane.

      The club will complete the new training complex at Kirkby, with work there due to start imminently, before beginning construction of the new Anfield Road End.

      The £50 million training ground expansion is set to be completed in 2019, with a roadmap for the Anfield Road End seeing its completion in 2021.

      That would be a similar timeframe as the Main Stand, which saw construction begin in December 2014 and conclude just in time for the 2016/17 season.

      The current Anfield Road End holds just under 9,000 supporters but features heavily obscured views in the back sections of the lower tier. The new stand will have fully unobstructed views and will house around 16,000 supporters.

      Given that the new Main Stand holds around 20,000 supporters and the Kop has a capacity of 12,600, you can get a sense of the scale and how vast the new stand will be.

      The last official word from the club regarding the expansion of the Anfield Road End was in December when CEO Peter Moore told Sky Sports: “We totally get what we need to do. We’re going to do what we did with the Main Stand as an operating group, which is look at what we need to do in a measured manner.”

      Last April, Andy Hughes, Liverpool’s chief operating officer, explained that: “We always said that we would complete the Main Stand and assess its success before looking at any development for Anfield Road.

      “Our outline planning consent expires in August 2019 and we will follow the same robust process for Anfield Road as we did for the Main Stand.

      “We are currently working up design, feasibility, cost, capacity and economic viability options. Only once we have completed this comprehensive process and come to a conclusion will it be the right time to move forward with any development programme.”

      You can therefore expect an announcement on the new plans before that August deadline.

      There are no plans to expand either the Kop or the Kenny Dalglish Stand, or to ‘fill in’ the corners of the stadium – this is due to the external cantilever supports at each end of the Kop.


      Not sure how reliable...

      Also I would have expected it to contain something about public transport links too if the seats are above 60k.
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      Reply #828: Feb 09, 2018 05:25:21 pm
      I'm sorry but you simply cannot say FSG don't have the clubs interest at heart anymore. They are dragging us into the 21st century and it's been long overdue.
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      Reply #829: Feb 09, 2018 05:32:04 pm
      Liverpool FC to announce Anfield Road extension plans later this year

      Announcement expected this summer
      Club have been considering 3 proposals
      Work will begin after new training ground is complete next year

      Phase one of Anfield’s redevelopment saw the Main Stand increase the famous stadium’s capacity to just over 54,000, with work being completed last season.

      Next, the proposed phase two – which the club have outline planning permission for as part of their original planning application in April 2014 – will add a further 7,000 additional seats.

      That new capacity of around 61,000 would make Anfield the second biggest club stadium in the country behind Old Trafford – although Manchester City have plans to expand their stadium to a similar size and Tottenham‘s new White Hart Lane will hold 62,000.

      Liverpool have had three designs drawn up, with the final design to be revealed later in 2018 – most likely in the summer.

      The new stand, which will see Anfield Road itself closed off, will be the same height as the new Main Stand and from the outside will aesthetically look the same with a three-tier design. Plans include an external podium similar to the Main Stand and large glass windows.

      Away fans will be housed on the other side of the stand, nearer to the Kenny Dalglish stand and therefore where visiting coaches arrive into Arkles Lane.

      The club will complete the new training complex at Kirkby, with work there due to start imminently, before beginning construction of the new Anfield Road End.

      The £50 million training ground expansion is set to be completed in 2019, with a roadmap for the Anfield Road End seeing its completion in 2021.

      That would be a similar timeframe as the Main Stand, which saw construction begin in December 2014 and conclude just in time for the 2016/17 season.

      The current Anfield Road End holds just under 9,000 supporters but features heavily obscured views in the back sections of the lower tier. The new stand will have fully unobstructed views and will house around 16,000 supporters.

      Given that the new Main Stand holds around 20,000 supporters and the Kop has a capacity of 12,600, you can get a sense of the scale and how vast the new stand will be.

      The last official word from the club regarding the expansion of the Anfield Road End was in December when CEO Peter Moore told Sky Sports: “We totally get what we need to do. We’re going to do what we did with the Main Stand as an operating group, which is look at what we need to do in a measured manner.”

      Last April, Andy Hughes, Liverpool’s chief operating officer, explained that: “We always said that we would complete the Main Stand and assess its success before looking at any development for Anfield Road.

      “Our outline planning consent expires in August 2019 and we will follow the same robust process for Anfield Road as we did for the Main Stand.

      “We are currently working up design, feasibility, cost, capacity and economic viability options. Only once we have completed this comprehensive process and come to a conclusion will it be the right time to move forward with any development programme.”

      You can therefore expect an announcement on the new plans before that August deadline.

      There are no plans to expand either the Kop or the Kenny Dalglish Stand, or to ‘fill in’ the corners of the stadium – this is due to the external cantilever supports at each end of the Kop.


      Not sure how reliable...

      Also I would have expected it to contain something about public transport links too if the seats are above 60k.

      This is great news if true. Coupled with the probability that we move from Melwood to an expanded Kirby and the infrastructure is all of a sudden starting to look modern.

      Incidentally, as referenced in that article, an expansion of the Annie Road would bring our capacity up past 60,000 and near Spurs new capacity. Does anyone know how Tottenham are paying for their stadium? Any possibility of them going prudent in the transfer market like Arsenal did after the Emirates was built?
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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #830: Feb 10, 2018 11:01:00 am
      This is the image doing the rounds on Twitter, but I suspect it's a photoshop-mock-up.

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      Reply #831: Feb 12, 2018 02:37:46 am
      I'm sorry but you simply cannot say FSG don't have the clubs interest at heart anymore. They are dragging us into the 21st century and it's been long overdue.

      Team first, then stadium! Then you can say they have the clubs best interest at heart. As it is we still have a sell to buy policy, and as much as I want to see an increased capacity, it does nothing but increase the clubs value unless the extra revenue generated goes towards the transfer kitty.
      All the extra TV and sponsorship money hasn't exactly increased our budget thus far!
      If they really had the clubs best interests at heart, they'd fund it from their own pockets!
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      Reply #832: Feb 12, 2018 02:40:46 am
      This is the image doing the rounds on Twitter, but I suspect it's a photoshop-mock-up.



      Mock up for sure. That's just the main stand at 3 sides of the ground.  Looks nice though, but I don't think it's possible to expand the Kenny Dalglish stand to that size.
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      Reply #833: Feb 12, 2018 10:04:04 am
      Team first, then stadium! Then you can say they have the clubs best interest at heart. As it is we still have a sell to buy policy, and as much as I want to see an increased capacity, it does nothing but increase the clubs value unless the extra revenue generated goes towards the transfer kitty.
      All the extra TV and sponsorship money hasn't exactly increased our budget thus far!
      If they really had the clubs best interests at heart, they'd fund it from their own pockets!

      For all the talk of investments in the team though... Look at United who invest more than anyone, it's got them nothing but problems. They have the most expensive manager, the most expensive midfielder the most expensive forwards... Are they better than us? I don't think so.

      But I still get what you mean, more more into the club is a good thing when done right.
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      Reply #834: Feb 12, 2018 10:22:25 am
      For all the talk of investments in the team though... Look at United who invest more than anyone, it's got them nothing but problems. They have the most expensive manager, the most expensive midfielder the most expensive forwards... Are they better than us? I don't think so.

      But I still get what you mean, more more into the club is a good thing when done right.

      I think UTDs biggest problem is Mourinho. He just loves the idea of spending money, but he's lost his touch and is no longer a top manager. If Klopp had that kind of budget we'd walk this league.
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      Reply #835: Feb 16, 2018 06:33:49 pm
      Some new images of the shop and future developments for across the road. (From Skyscrapper)









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      Reply #836: Feb 16, 2018 07:03:49 pm
      Ah so that's the hotel they are planning!

      I wonder if they're gonna bulldoze the 12th man to fit it in?

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      Reply #837: Mar 22, 2018 12:43:18 pm
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-5528883/Liverpool-set-expand-Anfield-club-target-60-000-seats.html

      Article today is that before planning deadline expires in September we are looking for a sponsor for Anfield Road end to take the capacity up to 60,000.

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      Reply #838: Mar 22, 2018 12:48:31 pm
      I think UTDs biggest problem is Mourinho. He just loves the idea of spending money, but he's lost his touch and is no longer a top manager.

      Utd's problem is Mourinho ....but its self inflicted by Utd.

      If no one has yet woken up to the back handed mega takes € he gets from his mates ...the agents ... then they are thicker in the Boardroom at the Old Toilet than I thought they were.
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      Re: The "Anfield Redevelopment is in progress!" Thread
      Reply #839: Apr 03, 2018 07:02:54 pm
      I see you can now get food and drinks delivered to your seat in the main stand.

      Just not football for me that.
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      Reply #840: Apr 03, 2018 07:36:20 pm
      Hilton Garden Inn you say? Looks like I've got the lodging part of a trip covered. I'll start saving my Hilton points now. Just need to find the money for some plane tickets and gameday tickets and I'll be set.
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      Reply #841: Sep 23, 2018 01:36:01 pm
      Long time dead this thread, as not much has gone on.

      I guess we all know about the temporary agreement with the Club, Council and local residence of the ground to hols out door concerts during some of the summer free time.

      I was lurking in the Spurs thread on Skyscraper, and they have pointed out that the LED advertising boards have some new features, but not to the naked eye. This sort of made sense as I noticed that the boards at Anfield looked different, as the corners seem rounded and complete.

      Here are the posts:


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      The LED boards in place at the moment I suspect will not be used for advertising, more likely they will show Spurs slogans through the match like the ones at Wembley do. I’ve done a bit of work with ADI in the past and they have the contracts to supply the pitch side LED screens to a number of clubs - these tend to be on long term hire rather than the clubs owning them as it takes away the responsibility of maintaining them from the club, but given we know that Daktronics have supplied the other screens in the stadium I would expect Spurs to have a similar deal for the pitchside boards, and have a service contract for them. I may be wrong but I would have thought that the ability to show different adverts alongside the pitch is something done by the broadcaster with a graphics overlay rather than anything special with the screen itself.

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      just a bit more info on the ADI Hybrid boards they are"special" ie different from normal advertising boards, what they do that others don't is also emit infrared light as well as the RGB colours, so its invisible to the naked eye. broadcaster cameras have to have an extra infrared camera attached for this to also work. the infra red camera picks up the IR light, then from that feed the hybrid adverts are overlayed in realtime. The adverts are sold by the club and nothing to do with broadcaster. This product is about maximising advertising revenue by targeting different markets with different ads. Eg Asia get the Asian beting ads uk get stanley power tools ads usa get coca cola.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HreDhkq4gk




      Video explaining this
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HreDhkq4gk

      Just wondering if we have this, but I guess we do..

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