Spurs South Stand

Spurs New Stadium Update: South Stand Almost Complete

Tottenham Hotspur are winding up their solitary season at Wembley Stadium as they are set to move into their brand new stadium for the 2018/19 Premier League campaign.

The new stadium has long been a source of interest and intrigue as the club posts occasional snapshots of its progress across their social media platforms.

One key feature of the stadium is its enormous 17,500 capacity single-tier south stand. The stand has been specifically designed to create a noisy atmosphere of support – the attention to detail trickles down even to the tightness of the bowl. The South-Stand has also been designed with safe standing in mind – with hopes across the country that this new scheme will be introduced to the Premier League and the Championship.

Fans on social media have dubbed the new south stand the ‘White Wall’ paying homage to the 25,000 capacity Borussia Dortmund single stand, infamously named the ‘Yellow Wall’ – the biggest free-standing grandstand in Europe.

Borussia Dortmund Yellow Wall

Borussia Dortmund’s infamous ‘Yellow Wall’

Rumours have circulated as of late, that Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have approached the Premier League ahead of the 2018/19 fixture list announcement, to request that their first four games to be played away from home, just like Liverpool did when they underwent renovations to their stadium. The internet whispers are unconfirmed and have not been commented on by the club in any way.

Spurs New Stadium will set the precedent for modern stadia

The construction of Spurs New Stadium has been, since the finalisation of its plans, an ambitious project. There have been 2,100 construction workers on the job day and night – not to mention the marketing, financing, organising, ticketing, and various other departments that are gearing up to finally reap the fruits of a vastly complex and impressive plan soon to come to fruition.

The Stadium will have a fully-fledged marketplace, ample eateries and bars, a range of activity zones in a new Public Square, a 40m high ‘Sky Walk’ attraction, free wifi, separate NFL facilities and modern concourse areas for the fans to gather.

To be able to build that in a year is truly remarkable. The single-tier stand is but one example of the attention to detail the Spurs team have gone to in order to ensure a unique, vibrant, and unforgettable match day experience.

If you wish to visit this truly bewildering North London landmark, and indulge in the comfort of a luxury padded seat, with access to the private bars, and the opportunity to meet Spurs Legends… you can secure your place at Spurs New Stadium with Eventmasters Travel matchday tickets right here, right now.

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