Liverpool‘s £150million plan to redevelop Anfield in to a 58,500 seater stadium look to be moving smoothly.

Images of what Anfield could look like after the redevelopment is finished have been leaked and, with a capacity of almost 60,000, it would be the third largest Premier League ground in England.

The Premier League champions elect are expected to apply for planning permission to Liverpool City council in the summer and hope to have work completed by 2018.

Here’s what Anfield could look like if it does go ahead. What do you think, Liverpool fans?

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    Norton Kelly
    2 years ago

    i think its a colossal mistake not going for a new purpose build stadium, with a higher capacity, and room to grow,

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      Ian Henesy
      2 years ago

      Don’t talk rubbish

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      Geoff Price
      2 years ago

      Entirely agree with you. We need a 70 thousand sweater Stadium, which we could fill every home game. Not enough season tickets available for our ever growing fans.

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    Shabbir Ballim
    2 years ago

    just get the maximum capacity and move on . we need the revenue.

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    Ian Henesy
    2 years ago

    58000 is more a realistic attendance

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    Ian Henesy
    2 years ago

    We would never get 70000 people coming every other week. Only against the blues or Man U, that’s just two game a season. It would look empty most of the time. And the atmosphere would be lost.

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    David Elsworth
    2 years ago

    We used to have 56,000 capacity in the 70s and have thousands outside ??? We have twice as many fans now ! We need at least 70,000 stadium or else we are selling ourselves short !

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    Kong King
    2 years ago

    150m won’t saddle the club with too much debt. Transfer dealings won’t be affected that much either. Building a new stadium altogether will be too much of a risk as far as fundings are concern. If the previous owners had delivered what they had promised years ago, I’d say a new Stadium. Given the economic climate, this is the best business model in increasing seats in the existing stadium.

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    Sam Moazami
    2 years ago

    Looking Good both on and Off the pitch. Could not be happier, no matter if we win the PL this year or not.

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    Kate Adams
    2 years ago

    if its right they are going to do this while keeping all the seats open that are there now while the building is done that’s great plus once it’s done in 2018 if we need more we can do the same with the centenary stand

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    Jimmy Somers
    2 years ago

    Why not be more ambitious and go for a 70,000 seater and don’t settle for less

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    Petey Ennis
    2 years ago

    When the stand gets demolished. Where will the dugout & changing rooms be. Since the whole main stand will have to go down to the foundations so they can put an underground carpark under the main stand. Also I’d say Anfield Road stand will be the next to be redone after Main Stand is finished

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