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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.