Tottenham certainly have been making the rounds for all the right reasons in recent weeks. They have taken on a number of tough opponents in the Premier League and have come out unscathed against the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United, and even went toe to toe with the mighty Juventus in the Champions League.
While that tie ended in a 2-2 draw in Turin, we are doing our bit off the field too as the social media team of Tottenham has kept us updated with all the latest happenings about our world-class stadium that is in the works.
The Twitter handle of Spurs shared more photos of the new £1billion stadium and most of the construction around the stadium seems to be complete.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 14, 2018
The bird’s eye view does provide an idea of the sheer scale of the new development taking place, which would also make the stadium the biggest capacity venue in London.
Spurs have been in fine form recently and the hoodoo regarding our time in Wembley seems to be behind us. We did struggle in our games at Wembley last season but that has not been the case this time around and we are an actual powerhouse in the Premier League and in Europe too.
Moving to the new stadium will help us get a lot more revenue, thanks to a number of tie-ups with sponsors and the addition of the ‘Sky Walk’, which is a unique experience to view the stadium from a high vantage point.
The Spurs museum will also be a hive of activity throughout the year and the new project could certainly make us an attractive proposition for people who want to get a lot more of Tottenham than ever before. All the work seems to be in place for the new stadium to come out successfully and hopefully, we will be able to add to the trophy cabinet soon, something that every Tottenham fan has been dreaming of for a number of years.