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[Photos] Tottenham Release Latest Pictures Of The New Stadium – Great Progress In Construction

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Tottenham Hotspur have released the latest photographs of their new stadium which is under construction, amidst growing fears over the completion of the project on time. Last week, Tottenham received a major boost as they received the green signal from Brent’s planning committee regarding the club playing their home matches for the 2017/18 season at Wembley.

However, Tottenham are yet to give their confirmation regarding the move as they were unsure if the new stadium would be ready for the start of 2018/19 season. Tottenham were believed to be given an extension of the deadline to make a decision regarding their move to Wembley for the upcoming season, after the initial deadline of March 31 was deemed too short. In the case of the new stadium not being ready for use, it would be a total disaster for Tottenham as Chelsea are next in line to use the Wembley as their home ground as plans of revamping Stamford Bridge are going on.

Delaying the occupation of Wembley would not be feasible for Tottenham and hence the only way out for Spurs would be to make sure they complete their stadium construction on time.

On Monday, the club released the latest pictures of the new stadium which is under construction. This is probably a good move from Spurs to put an end to all the fears regarding their next move.

The new stadium will have 61,000 seats, which just slightly overtakes Arsenal’s Emirates stadium and will also have the single-tier stand just 5 metres away from the goal line. It has been said that the single-tier stand will be the largest in the country with 17,000 seats. The numbers are eye-popping and it surely is a massive step taken in by the club in their long and illustrious history. The stadium will also have 9 floors, with a lot of unbelievable facilities and it is surely expected to set the mark for a modern football stadium.

Here are the pictures that were released by the club.

A view from inside the new stadium bowl towards the new north east corner.

 

Work on the steel work forming the upper tier of the new north stand.

 

View from inside the new stadium bowl with the new north stand to the left.

 

View of the steel work forming the upper tier of the new north stand.

 

View from the new north stand towards White Hart Lane.

 

Work continues at the new stadium site.

 

View of work on the west side of the new stadium with the High Road running parallel to the left.

 

View along the new north stand down to the northeast corner/east stand.

 

View of work progressing in the northeast corner of White Hart Lane.

 

View from the outside of the new west stand.

 

View from the outside of the new west stand.

 

View from the outside of the new west stand.

 

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