An outline plan to build on Everton's Goodison Park ground has been submitted to Liverpool City Council by the club.
The Goodison Park Legacy Project would see the ground redeveloped to feature housing, a health centre and community-led retail spaces - if and when the club moves to its planned new 52,888 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
The plans, which also include details of a youth enterprise zone, office facilities and green space, follow the submission of a detailed planning application on the proposed new Bramley-Moore Dock stadium.
A decision on both applications is due in the summer.
Colin Chong, Stadium Development Director at Everton, said the club will work with the local community to "refine the exact offer as we get closer to the build stage" to ensure it "meets the needs of the people it will serve".
Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale, Chief Executive of Everton, said Everton is a football club "deeply rooted" in its community and the Goodison Park Legacy Project "is a symbol of our ambition, desire and commitment to Liverpool 4".