Tottenham Hotspur unveil new stadium


Blackleaf
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London football club Tottenham Hotspur has unveiled its new stadium.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is located in the north of the capital and has a capacity of 62,062.

It cost almost 1 billion and features the world's first dividing, retractable football pitch, which reveals a synthetic turf pitch underneath for NFL Games, concerts and other events. Spurs are also hoping it will be the home of a new London NFL franchise.


Tottenham Hotspur unveil bars and food outlets in new stadium as they prepare to finally host their first games at the 62,000-seater arena

Tottenham Hotspur have released new pictures from their 62,000-seater arena
Pictures show the outside of the glass-fronted stadium as well as pitch and seats
Bars and eateries, including 'The White Hart', have received finishing touches


By Matthew Smith
21 March 2019
Daily Mail



'White Hart' may be gradually disappearing from Tottenham Hotspur - and the surrounding area - but the club have ensured the name remains enshrined in their new home.

Tottenham have released new pictures from their 62,000-seater arena, which is finally set to host some football this season.

The pictures show the outside of the huge glass-fronted stadium as well as of the pitch and seats, along with the bars and food outlets which look to have received their finishing touches.


Tottenham Hotspur have released new pictures from their 62,000-seater arena


The pictures show the outside of the glass-fronted stadium as well as of the pitch and seats


The bars and food outlets, including 'The White Hart', have received their finishing touches

Eateries include 'The Market Place' and 'The Dispensary', a wall is decorated with an abstract map of the local area, while the largest area for fans to find liquid refreshment is the 65-metre long 'Goal Line Bar'.

Another bar has been given the name 'The White Hart', in honour of White Hart Lane, the name of Spurs' old stadium on the site of their new ground.

The new arena - which was due to open for the start of this season but has been beset by delays - has been christened the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, while nearby White Hart Lane Overground station is set to be re-named after the club.


The largest area for fans to find liquid refreshment is the 65-metre long 'Goal Line Bar'


The new arena was due to open for the start of this season but has been beset by delays


Tottenham host Crystal Palace in the first Premier League match at the stadium on April 3


Eateries at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium include 'The Market Place' and 'The Dispensary'

However in at least this aspect will fans be reminded of their club's historic home when they arrive on April 3, when Tottenham host Crystal Palace in the first Premier League match at the stadium.

Those fans will be the only supporters in England who will legally allowed to watch the game - it will be broadcast on neither Sky nor BT.









Before then, two test events will make sure all the facilities at the stadium are running smoothly. The first event sees Spurs' Under-18 side take on Southampton this Sunday, before a legends side play Inter Forever on March 30.

Paul Gascoigne will join the likes of Jurgen Klinsmann, Robbie Keane, Rafael van der Vaart, Darren Anderton and Dimitar Berbatov as star attractions for the legends event.


A wall is decorated with an abstract map of the local area inside the 62,000-seater arena


Spurs' Under-18 side take on Southampton this Sunday before a legends side play on March 30

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TalkingTogheter
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Big then bigger than Newcastle's home stadium.
 
TalkingTogheter
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