West Ham United Vs Liverpool Tickets: Liverpool set to overtake Arsenal and West Ham United

Liverpool Football Club has confirmed they will increase Anfield’s capacity by 7,000. Due to be ready for the 2023-24 season, the Reds will enlarge the Anfield Road Stand, with the lower tier renovated and a new upper tier created.

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Liverpool Football Club will continue to play matches at the stadium as normal while construction takes place. The works will take its overall capacity to more than 61,000, making it the third biggest Premier League stadium in the country.

Anfield will also be able to host up to six concerts and major events at the arena per year. Liverpool Football Club has long trailed behind the Red Devils before expanding their Main Stand, adding 8,500 seats to take their attendance to 53,000.

Plans are now nearly in place for a similar process with the Anfield Road end, which the Reds are keen to redevelop in advance of the 2022-23 season. The Merseyside club is in the second stage of public consultation having made changes to their original proposals, which will reroute the road behind the stand as opposed to closing it permanently.

Local inhabitants are invited down to share their opinions on the latest growth plans, with over 800 replies having been received from the first stage of discussions.

Andy Hughes, managing director of Liverpool FC, said: “We have been clear from the beginning that for this growth to go ahead we needed the co-operation of residents and the public, to successfully navigate the complex planning scenery, and to ensure the project is financially viable.”

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Fenway Game Group, the club’s owners, have previously spent £110million on Anfield’s Main Stand, which saw its capacity augmented by 9,000 in September 2016. Though, the demand for tickets to watch Liverpool Football Club still surpasses the stadium’s current limits of 54,074.

Old Trafford leftovers the largest Premier League stadium with a volume of 76,000, with the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium second, holding 62,062. Below the new plans, Anfield will overtake West Ham United’s London Stadium, which seats 60,000 for Premier League games, and Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, a 60,260-seater venue.

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