Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Latest Photos and Videos
Browse through all the latest photos and videos that document the construction of the Tottenham Hotspur stadium here in the gallery. The Northumberland development project will deliver the new Tottenham Experience containing the Club megastore, museum and café, almost 20,000 square miles of commercial space, a 4* hotel with 49 serviced apartments as well as 585 residential units by 2021,
First competetive match at the new stadium was played against Crystal Palace on 3rd of April 2019 and ended with Spurs winning 2-0. In the gallery, you will find images representing the club’s vision for its luxurious dining facilities, which will be exclusive to certain hospitality options and club memberships.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: Fun Facts
As excitement continues to build around the stunning new stadium that is currently under construction, we have collated a few fun facts about the new home of Tottenham Hotspur. The stadium really is a marvel for the modern age of stadia design, and these facts detail accurately how impressive the new stadium is.
- The pitch at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is 105m x 68m. This is a far larger pitch than the pitch at White Hart Lane, which was measured out at 100m x 67m. In fact, the new measurements are much closer to the pitch at Wembley Stadium which currently measures at 105m x 69m
- The floors of the various concourse areas in the stadium are made up of crushed aggregate that was salvaged after the demolition of White Hart Lane. A nice touch from the club which will no doubt be respected by the fans, many of whom hold the Lane in fond memory.
- The total weight of the stadium roof will exceed that of a blue whale’s five times over. It will approximately weigh 600 tonnes.
- The club plan to build a microbrewery within the stadium – which will allow the Tottenham Hotspur staff to pour an incredible 10,000 pints a minute.
- The club store on site is the largest stadium merchandise store in Europe.
- Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will also have its own bakery on site.
- The stadium will have nine floors, 729 staircases, and a ‘skywalk’ attraction where spectators will be able to walk around the perimeter of the building.
- Roughly 72,000 square metres of concrete will be poured during the construction process.
- 7,500 seats could quickly be turned into safe standing areas should there be a change in the legislation that banned standing in football stadiums.
- The Goal Line Bar, situated in the South Stand, is the longest in Europe at 65m.