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A Closer Look At Tottenham Hotspur’s Giant New Stadium

Whether you’re a Spurs fan or not it’s hard not to tip your cap in respect to the propositions for their new stadium.

Once completed in time for the 2018/19 football season it will be the second largest stadium in London (behind Wembley's 90,000), cramming in a whopping 61,000 capacity.

That’s 568 more than their derby rivals Arsenal, who are also based in North London in the Emirates Stadium. So, at least technically, they'll have a claim to being the biggest club in North London? Check out the artistic impressions of the new build below.

Take a closer look at the details

  • A Closer Look At Tottenham Hotspur's Giant New Stadium

    A visually dramatic new stadium design

     The stadium will be focused towards the ‘Home End’, providing improved sight-lines for all spectators and incorporating modern technology integral to the design from the outset to enhance the fan experience.

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    Sky Walk

    Visitors will be able to walk on top of the stadium with spectacular views across London. Other features will include: an interactive Museum to celebrate Club history and local heritage, a Cinema, the Club Megastore, Ticket Office and Café.

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    An increased capacity

    Up from 56,250 to 61,000 seats and featuring the largest single tier stand in the UK, which will provide 17,000 seats. 

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    A permanent viable use for the Grade II listed Warmington House

    Incorporated as part of The Tottenham Experience to house the new Museum, blending old architecture with new. 

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    Dedicated facilities for the NF

    Including a fully retractable pitch that will reveal a second playing surface, compliant to NFL standard and capable of hosting a range of other events whilst protecting the integrity of the football playing surface.