Sources: Everton looking to strike four 'major' deals as document reveals all

Everton are looking to strike deals to host up to “four major non-football events” per year at Bramley-Moore Dock, Football Insider has learned.

Documents seen by this site list boxing matches and concerts as potential sell-out occasions for the 52,850-seater stadium due to open ahead of the 2024-25 campaign.

Football Insider also understands that the club plan to host what are described as “smaller” events all year round.

These include but are not limited to weddings (up to 79 days per year), Christmas parties (up to 29 days per year), meetings/conferences (up to 261 days per year), and conventions (up to 339 days per year).

The multi-purpose model is standard for stadium construction projects in the modern era, with Tottenham and Real Madrid two examples of clubs looking to expand their income by making their stadiums 365-days-a-year venues.

Everton typically earn between £14m and £18m annually from matchday income at Goodison Park.

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Their figures are dwarfed by the likes of Man United and Tottenham who expect to earn upwards of £120m through the turnstiles per season.

Everton hope to close the gap by offering enhanced corporate facilities at Bramley-Moore, with almost 6,000 box and premium seats set to be incorporated.

The stadium will also have amenities which make it a desirable venue for concerts and non-football sporting events.

The club were partly limited by the council’s noise assessment guidelines which have dictated the number of major non-football events allowed and imposed an 11.30pm curfew on the venue.

Rivals Liverpool, by comparison, are licensed to host up to six major non-sporting events per year at Anfield.

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