Anfield, the home of Liverpool, has advanced to the subsequent phase of its development following the removal of the old roof from the Road End in preparation of this summer’s renovations.

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After a trying season, Liverpool supporters already have something to look forward to as the newest stage of the Anfield redevelopment begins.

The campaign ended on Sunday, and developers lost no time in moving forward with plans for the Anfield Road End.

The Β£80 million renovation is planned to last the entire summer and will enhance the stadium’s capacity by around 7,000 seats. Liverpool has even requested that their first game of next season be played away from home in order to allow for the completion of Phase Two.

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New photographs show the recent progress made as several massive cranes were brought onto the Anfield pitch site. KC Imageworks’ YouTube channel also posted footage of the Anfield Road End roof being lifted off its perch in real time.

Once the Anfield Road roof has been removed, a new stadium structure will be mounted atop the Main Stand’s current framework. After many unforgettable nights on Merseyside, the stadium is already regarded as one of the best in the world for football, but a fresh new appearance should give Jurgen Klopp & Co. that additional gloss.

While some opponents made fun of the fact that the stadium won’t host the Champions League next year, fans responded to video of the roof removal with “wows.” A fifth-place league finish meant they fell four points short of qualifying, despite Anfield having staged numerous historic moments in Europe’s top competition.

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Anfield’s capacity will reportedly grow, bringing its total to about 61,000 seats, making it the fourth-largest stadium in the Premier League. Old Trafford can hold a maximum of about 75,000 people, giving Manchester United by far the largest capacity in the Premier League.

At the London Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, respectively, the maximum seating capacity for Tottenham and West Ham are each around 62,500.

However, even though it’s only by a few hundred seats, Spurs barely edge their rivals in the capital.

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