There are now just 18 days remaining until Liverpool's new Main Stand is opened for the first time – but what other interesting facts and figures are there about Anfield's updated structure? Read on for our numerical look at the redevelopment…
1.8million – the number of bricks and blocks used to expand the Main Stand.
500,000 – miles of cable installed in the stand.
20,500 – the total capacity of the new Main Stand.
6,000 – the number of light fittings inside the building.
5,200 - the number of cars you could park inside the Main Stand if all of the surfaces that needed painting were laid flat.
5,000 – tonnes of steel used to build the new stand.
1,000 – new matchday roles created at Anfield as a result of the expansion.
760 - panes of glass have been fitted inside the stand. The largest section is 23 metres in height, which is taller than the Anfield Road end.
140 – the length of the new concourses in metres.
32 – electronic turnstiles have been installed in the stand.
30 - the height of the new club crests on the front of the building in feet.
12 – the number of hours it took to lift Anfield’s new truss into position.
6 – the number of miles of seating if every seat was placed side by side (further than the distance from Anfield to the city centre and back).
3 – Olympic swimming pools would be needed to hold the volume of concrete poured in the Main Stand.
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