Everton fans call for Bramley-Moore Dock stadium to hold 60,000

The Toffees recently announced a period of public consultation over the plans for a new stadium based in the Bramley-Moore Dock.

The £500million project would see Everton leave Goodison Park for a new home that the club hopes will regenerate North Liverpool and be a landmark setting in the region.

Called ‘The People’s Project’, the public hearing is acting as the first formal stage in the process of submitting planning applications, which will be formalised next year.

On Thursday, the Twitter account for the campaign asked supporters to submit their thoughts on what the capacity of the new home should be, and fans were clear in their outcry for what they deem a suitable request.

Some noted how other sides such as Manchester United have extended their ground over the years to meet demand and others compared Everton to West Ham, who recently moved home to a larger venue.

In the original plans prior to the delay, it was believed Everton proposed a stadium capable of holding between 50,000 and 55,000 although no designs were ever released.

This is what these Toffees fans have had to say on the matter…