Adult website Stripchat have made an ambitious offer to buy the naming rights of Everton Football Club's new £500 million stadium.
The new stadium can hold 13,000 fans in one stand behind the goal, with Everton fans hoping they can recreate the same atmosphere from Goodison Park - their home since 1892.
The Premier League side plan to open the new state-of-the-art facility in time for the 2024/25 season.
Stripchat has revealed its intentions to Prolific North to partner with Everton for the naming rights of the stadium.
If their $200 million bid was successful, the adult website wants the stadium to be named the 'Stripchat Sustainability Stadium'.
They said: "With news that Everton is seeking naming rights for its new $566 million stadium, Stripchat is officially extending a 10-year, $20 million-per-year offer to have the stadium named the Stripchat Sustainability Stadium."
Meanwhile, Max Bennett, Stripchat’s VP of New Media, has also released a statement about the offer.
He said: "Stripchat has officially extended our offer to Everton to be the official naming partner for the club’s new stadium.
"If our bid were to be accepted, we would make a concerted effort to make 'Stripchat Sustainability Stadium' the most progressive, responsible, and sustainable stadium in the world."
Stripchat says it will ensure to limit the stadium's carbon footprint and will also use it to host events of importance for the company.
These would include sexual health events during 'No Nut November', and also support events for veterans during PTSD Awareness Month in June.
Like the intentions of Stripchat, Everton plan to make the Bramley-Moore Dock the most sustainable stadium in the Premier League.
According to the Club's website, the stadium development and plans for a Goodison Legacy will deliver a £1.3 billion boost to the economy.
The Toffees also say the plans will create 15,000 jobs and attract 1.4 million new visitors to Liverpool.
After Everton were informed plans to develop the new stadium could proceed in March 2021, they released the following statement: "That government review, standard practice for a development of the size and scale of Everton’s stadium plans, was conducted after Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee had unanimously approved the plans on February 23.
"The club received written confirmation of the Secretary of State’s approval for the plans today."Featured Image Credit: Everton FC/ Andor Bujdoso / Alamy Stock Photo