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With Liverpool on pre-season tour, Anfield Road End expansion sees the installation of 300-foot truss.

It was another small step forward for Liverpool as the Anfield Road End expansion sees a massive milestone as the 300-foot truss is installed, reports Liverpool Echo.

The construction at Anfield is expected to be completed by next season. The stadium’s capacity would go up to 61,000, just behind Old Trafford and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Ticket pricing is yet to be discussed. And conversations with the supporter groups are being held to determine the number of rail seatings after every Premier League club was allowed to operate such areas.

With Liverpool on pre-season tour, Anfield Road End expansion sees installation of 300-foot truss.
Anfield is known to have a loud and passionate atmosphere.

Liverpool are one of the most prestigious clubs in the world. This redevelopment is a step in the right direction to allow more fans to enjoy the game in the stadium.

The Anfield crowd is known for its intensity. The swaying masses in the stadium intimidate any opposition. The Kop End is known to be loud and passionate during games.

The Reds’ success in the past few seasons can be attributed to the energy of Jurgen Klopp and the spectators inside the stadium. A sense of belief is built inside the stadium when the team needs it the most.

With Liverpool on pre-season tour, Anfield Road End expansion sees installation of 300-foot truss.
Liverpool fans in Thailand for the pre-season tour. (Photo by MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP via Getty Images)

With worldwide audiences interested in visiting the historic ground, the expansion is a welcome sight. The tour to Thailand rewards international fans, especially in Asia.

Being one of the biggest markets in the world, a pre-season tour in any part of the continent is sure to be exciting. Fans rear to see the players up close and personal. And the huge crowds seek the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of seeing the men in red shirts play live.

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Such an outreach only goes to benefit the club in the long run. The club already has fans amongst the massive Asian population, but a visit to a country only improves the relationship and builds an even bigger fanbase.