The Toffees are due to move into their new ground at the start of the 2024-25 season. Already, significant progress has been made on the site.
Everton will leave their 130-year home of Goodison Park for Bramley-Moore, having created a myriad of memories in L4.
Now the Everton boss wants to see the famous atmosphere being replicated at Bramley-Moore once open.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of Everton's clash against Leicester tomorrow, Lampard said: “I’m really excited about it. It’s a huge thing for the football club to move in a forward direction to an amazing stadium.
“It’s really important, the special people at this club have made this happen with a lot of work that is ongoing, obviously.
“It’s an exciting factor to myself, the fans and hopefully the fans - because as much as Goodison has been an incredible place in the history of this great club, let’s try and transfer that across to this new stadium that is rising every day as we speak, which is great.”