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(Photos) New Details And Website Emerge For Tottenham’s 61,000 Seater Stadium

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Tottenham fans certainly have a lot to be happy about at the moment. While the side certainly got back in the race for not only a top four finish but also a Premier League title win thanks to their 2-0 win over Chelsea, the team also revamped their website to feature a slew of new details and pictures about their proposed new stadium.

Spurs have been planning to move into a new stadium, which is expected to be completed by 2018. The new 61,000 seater stadium is coming up right next to White Hart Lane and will surely push the side into the elite, at least in terms of providing a lot more seats for fans and corporate boxes.

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The performances on the pitch haven’t been too shoddy either, even though their Champions League campaign this season ended in a bit of a disaster.

The revamped website though features a lot of interactive features for fans of the club and will be constantly updated with more details. It also features an interactive portal that provides all the latest news from the London club.

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Time-lapse camera features are also a big plus on the site as it provides users with regular photos of the construction of the stadium and a lot more is expected from yet another big stadium coming up in England.

This won’t just be a stadium for Spurs though as may NFL games are to be played here and those games will feature a range of customised designs on the East side of the stadium.

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While there are special sections which are being built for fans with special needs to make the match day experience even better, the creation of a skywalk 40 metres above ground will surely be one of the most iconic features of the stadium which others might copy.

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The website claims that 1,500 people are working on the stadium and it will be completed by 2018 and hopefully the plan sticks to the timeline.

Tottenham will have to learn a lot of playing in a new stadium and it was a little difficult for rivals Arsenal to get used to the Emirates after spending years at Highbury. Tottenham also had trouble playing at Wembley during the Champions League and that is something which must be worrying Mauricio Pochettino.

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For now, Tottenham can concentrate on their campaign and worry about the completion of the project later on. They are in decent form and if they continue playing like this, they could actually catch up to Chelsea come the end of the season.