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Latest Developments at the New Stadium

With the start of the 2018/19 Premier League looming, the speculation races on as to whether Spurs will be in situ at the new stadium come the start of the season. With the fixture dates being released on the 13th June, whether the listings will say ‘Wembley’ or ‘Tottenham Hotpsur Stadium’ (sponsership dependent) has been the topic of much debate, both with fans and with the managers of the Premier League. Until then however, here is our round-up of the latest developments from the new facility. The retractable pitch works As we reported on before, the new stadiums retractable pitch, designed […]

New NFL retractable pitch test a success at Spurs New Stadium

Reports of a great milestone came from the new stadium last week as the team tested the retractable pitch which will be used for the NFL when the American teams will visit the stadium twice a year. The first NFL match-up at the New Stadium will be the Oakland Raiders vs Seattle Seahawks on October 14th. Sections of the pitch were tested throughout the course of last weekend – and the base of the pitch resembled a huge tray that slid from underneath the south stand, across the inner bowl before returning back to its under-stand garage. Testing underway for […]

Mauricio Pochettino WILL be Spurs manager at the New Stadium

Spurs fans across the country exhaled a huge sigh of relief yesterday as Mauricio Pochettino put pen to paper, and committed himself to the club for another five years. Pochettino caused quite a stir in his final interview of the 2017/18 Premier League campaign by insinuating that his continued tenure at Tottenham Hotspur depended on the decisions of Daniel Levy in the summer transfer window. Pochettino dared the club to ‘be brave and take risks’, which some fans took as a direct message to the chairman, that it’s time to increase the budget. After making his name in the UK […]

Spurs show interest in hosting Rugby Champions Cup at New Stadium

The Telegraph have reported that Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have shown interest in hosting the 2020 European Champions Cup Final at their stunning new stadium in North London. The constriction of the New Stadium is in full swing with approximately 2,500 people working hard to finish the project on time. There has been internet whispers decreeing that Spurs are going to apply to play their first few games of the 2018/19 season away from home, just like Liverpool did a few years ago. Exclusive drone footage of #SpursNewStadium 🏟️👀 pic.twitter.com/17IAD6I0dh — Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 16, 2018 Unfortunately for Tottenham […]

Spurs New Stadium Set for more Seating

There has been new and exciting developments this week at the site of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium that is currently being built for a grand opening to the public for the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season. The original plans for the new Spurs site meant that the stadium could hold a capacity of 61, 559. However, Tottenham Hotspur tweeted yesterday that they have applied to Haringey Council for an increase of 441 seats. This would make the capacity of the new ground a nicely-rounded 62,000. The Club has applied to Haringey Council to increase the capacity at […]