Spurs New Stadium Factsheet
Tottenham Hotspur finally made their long-awaited move to their new stadium having spent their previous years at the iconic White Hart Lane. The move to Spurs New Stadium secures Tottenham Hotspur’s status as one of European footballs elite clubs.
- Stadium Name: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- Completion Date: 3rd April 2019
- Capacity: 62,026
- Record Attendance: vs Aston Villa 60,407
- Spurs New Stadium Cost: £1 billion
- Spurs New Stadium Address: 782 High Rd, Tottenham, London N17 0BX
Spurs New Stadium Name
Spurs’ New Stadium has been named the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for now. The previous Spurs stadium was called White Hart Lane and was built on the current site of the stadium. Spurs are open to selling the naming rights for the stadium and are said to want around £400 million for a twenty-year agreement or £200 million for a ten-year agreement. Spurs may steer clear of taking inspiration from York City who had previously renamed their stadium to the Kit Kat Crescent.
Spurs New Stadium Capacity
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium capacity currently stands at 62,026. Spurs have permission to increase the capacity of the stadium to 62,214 by maximising their hospitality facilities. The record attendance for a Spurs match at the new stadium was on the opening day of the 2019/20 season against newly-promoted Aston Villa. 60,407 spectators witnessed Spurs win 3-1. However, the largest attendance came in an NFL which attracted 60,463 fans.
Spurs Stadium Webcam
Unfortunately, the Spurs New Stadium webcam is no longer active now that the construction of the stadium has been completed. The webcam allowed Spurs fans to keep up to date in real-time on the stadiums progress.
Spurs Stadium Tours
Tottenham Hotspur are now operating tours for the new stadium and can be booked on the Spurs website. The immersive experience takes fans behind the scenes of the best stadium in the world in 90 minutes and grants fans access to first-team areas. The tour also exposes fans to all of the cuttings edge features in Spurs’ new stadium that cost £1 billion. The tour attracts people from all over the world and is popular with fans of other clubs – not just Spurs fans. You can see the latest pictures of Spurs’ new THFC stadium on our stadium gallery page.
Spurs New Stadium Cost
The Tottenham Hotspur stadium cost a staggering £1 billion but does include the construction of other hubs in and around the stadium. It’s the most expensive stadium in England and cost approximately £250 million more to build than Wembley stadium. The stadium was set to cost around £400 million but this cost soon escalated. Spurs’ new stadium was built as part of the Northumberland Development Project which also includes 585 new homes, a hotel, community centre and a Sainsbury’s supermarket which goes some way to explain as to why Spurs’ new stadium cost £1 billion.
Spurs Stadium Tickets and What You Get
Spurs tickets start at £30 for adults for category C games and can range up to £98 for category A games. All tickets provide a fantastic view of the pitch and there isn’t a bad seat in the house at Spurs new stadium. There is a range of food and drink on offer in the stadium including the longest bar in the UK which spans the whole width of the touchline. Spurs new stadium beer pouring is done through revolutionary new ‘fast pour’ technology with fills the cup from the bottom upwards. If you wish to watch the match in VIP style then you can enjoy a Spurs hospitality package with our Travel Club package.
Spurs Stadium Seating Plan
You can now view a virtual seating plan of the stadium which allows you to also see the view of the pitch from your seat. Tickets in the famous south stand are usually the most popular with Spurs fans as it’s the largest single-tiered stand in the country as it houses 17,500 passionate Spurs fans.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Fun Facts
The football pitch at Spurs new stadium is segmented into three pieces and slides away to reveal an NFL pitch as the new Spurs stadium now hosts NFL matches throughout the year. The pitch weighs over 9000 tonnes and is heavier than the Eifel Tower according to Ingenia. The pitch takes just 25 minutes to retract and the switch between hosting a football event to an NFL event in just four hours.
The transformation is almost complete!
— NFL UK (@NFLUK) October 4, 2019
Food and Drink
The Tottenham Hotspur new stadium is home to the largest bar in the UK. The bar is 86 meters long and is perfect for grabbing a speedy beer at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium which is also brewed at the stadium’s very own microbrewery. Revolutionary new ‘fast-pour’ technology means that staff can pour 10,000 pints a minute according to the Daily Mail. The new stadium is also home to a Michelin star restaurant. The Galvin restaurant allows fans the chance to enjoy a fine dining experience and can be booked through us in advance of a fixture.
Spurs are set to offer an experience like no other for fans. The Sky Walk is an adrenaline-filled adventure which allows fans to walk across the glass roof of the iconic south stand, taking in the panoramic views of the stadium from 40 meters above pitch level before abseiling from the stadium roof. Details have not yet been fully announced by Tottenham Hotspur but they do plan to announce it soon via the official website.
Tottenham Hotspur and the NFL have a ten-year agreement to host at least two NFL games a year as part of the NFL international series. This allows UK fans to watch the NFL stars in the capital city. The former temporary home of Tottenham Hotspur, Wembley Stadium is the only over venue in the UK where you can watch NFL so it’s a major coup for Spurs.
Our Spurs tickets and hospitality packages are available for all Spurs upcoming home matches at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this 2019/20 Premier League season. To purchase, click on the relevant link below.