Everton has revealed the fourth and final phase of its ‘ALL’ hospitality vision for its new stadium, which will include the Village Street and Trinity Place Bar spaces.
Village Street and Trinity Place Bar will be located in the west and east stand, respectively, of the Premier League club’s new stadium, which is due to open by the end of 2024.
Everton said the spaces will give fans the chance to experience a range of “vibrant bars and traditional style pubs” on match days. Access to either Village Street or Trinity Place Bar will be offered through a seasonal membership, which includes food and drink and seats spanning the halfway line.
The three earlier phases of ALL sold out ahead of schedule, and the final phase incorporates names that are associated with Everton’s history.
Village Street, which houses four individual pub and bar spaces, takes its name from the road in Liverpool where St Domingo’s FC became Everton Football Club in 1879. The four spaces within Village Street will be The Queen’s Head (pictured below), Kendall’s (main picture), Fans’ Pub and Dixie’s Sports Bar.
Trinity Place Bar (pictured below) will be located adjacent to the Fan Plaza and is named after the club’s ‘Holy Trinity’ of Howard Kendall, Colin Harvey and Alan Ball. The space will feature immersive media and memorabilia, as well as live entertainment and a central island bar for fans to socialise on match days.
Everton announced in December that it will play its first competitive fixtures at its new stadium at the start of the 2025-26 season, but the club stressed that the decision was not because of a construction delay and the venue is still scheduled to be completed in the final weeks of 2024.