Manchester City have submitted a planning application for a £300m expansion of Etihad Stadium.
The club want to increase the current capacity of 53,400 to 60,000 by expanding the North Stand.
Proposals include a sky bar overlooking the pitch and a stadium roof walk experience.
A 3,000-capacity fan zone, new club shop and museum, and a 400-bed hotel have also been proposed in the application to Manchester City Council.
The club say the project, which would take three years to complete, would create a “best-in-class fan experience and year-round entertainment and leisure destination”.
The planning application follows a consultation with fans and the local community.
City say the proposals represent more than £300m investment into east Manchester, and could create 2,600 jobs, with priority for people from Greater Manchester.