Fans flock to ‘revolutionary’ experience packages at new Everton Stadium

CGI of Trinity Place Bar

Just over a year away from the official opening of Everton’s new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium the club has revealed that 80% of its ‘ALL’ Seasonal Memberships have been snapped up.

The memberships offer a wide variety of attractions for fans as part of the club’s keen focus on monetising commercial opportunities at the new ground, compared with its current Goodison Park home.

Ranging from fine dining and international cuisine restaurants to sports bars, traditional pubs and tapas-style social spaces, the breadth of ‘ALL’ premium experiences on offer at Everton Stadium will be unprecedented, the club said.

Following three previous sell-out phases for restaurants, a further 2,000 fans have now secured seasonal memberships across Village Street and Trinity Place Bar.

Village Street and Trinity Place Bar make up the fourth, largest and final offering within what the club says is a revolutionary re-set of traditional football hospitality, allowing supporters to choose from a variety of bars, restaurants and experiences at the waterfront stadium.

Located in the West and East Stands, respectively, Village Street and Trinity Place Bar represent new destinations for members to enjoy on matchdays, including food and drink, as well as some of the best seats in the ground across the half way line.

Taking its name from the road in L4 that housed The Queen’s Head where, in 1879, St Domingo’s became Everton Football Club, Village Street has been designed to replicate a busy high street in the heart of the West Stand.

The street is home to four individual pub and bar spaces, offering an experience that the club claims has never been seen before in football, ranging from traditional pubs to a lively social bar and a sports bar, featuring all the latest action form around the world.

Trinity Place, located in the East Stand, celebrates the club’s history through immersive media and treasured memorabilia, which members can explore each matchday. Live entertainment adds to the pre-match atmosphere and fans can stay close to the match build up across the many big screens.

Originally estimated at £500m, club owner, Farhad Moshiri revealed last year that the cost of building the new stadium had risen to £760m. Recent reports estimate that has now passed £800m.