Stanley Park Stadium

Stanley Park Stadium

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Stanley Park is a proposed football stadium in Liverpool that if built, would become home to Liverpool Football Club. The stadium would have a capacity of 60,000 to 72,000 all-seated if built as originally planned. The new owners of Liverpool, Fenway Sports Group, are currently considering whether to build Stanley Park or to redevelop Anfield.

The stadium was given planning permission in February 2003. The new stadium was scheduled to open in August 2012, however apart from some minor site preparation work, no construction has taken place. Work will not start until economic conditions improve, if at all.

Construction was expected to begin in 2006, but the former Liverpool Chief Executive Rick Parry announced on 5 October 2008 that although the stadium would still be built, work would be delayed until economic conditions improve. Small scale preliminary site preparation began in 2008 following the City Council's approval of the plans in May, and the stadium was due to be finished by 2011. There is currently no official date for resumption of construction or completion. On 18 September 2009 Liverpool's former co-owner, Tom Hicks, re-iterated that plans to build the new stadium will go forward, although the date is still unknown. Hicks insisted that since so much money had already been put into the...
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