Work on the Anfield Road End extension continued until 2023, with only a few months left before the renovation was completed.
The latest images taken on Tuesday, January 24, show the rapid progress that contractors continue to make at the facility.
The expansion, which will cost at least 80 million pounds and add another 7,000 seats to the stadium’s capacity, is still scheduled to be completed by next season.
At the end of last year, plans to dismantle the existing roof from the Anfield Road End during the World Cup were postponed, and later it turned out that the subcontractor for the roof cladding had gone into administration.
However, with regard to the cladding, the top sheet and ceiling sheet have already been installed, and progress is still being made with regard to the roof and the overall structure.
Liverpool have always had a backup plan to dismantle the existing roof of the Anfield Road grandstand immediately after the last home game of the season in May, and now it is a plan for the future.
After completion, the capacity of the “Anfield” will be 61,015 people, and the grandstand “Enfield Road” accommodates 15,967 spectators.
The December images showed an update of the area around the Shankly Gate.
As the planned completion date of the stand is getting closer, expect to see much more visible progress made at the stand in the coming weeks and months.