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[Photos] The Final Stand Of The White Hart Lane All Set To Be Demolished As Tottenham Prepare To Move To New £800m Stadium

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Tottenham Hotspur’s famous stadium is into its final days, as the demolition of the ground continues. The final stand is now coming down.

White Hart Lane is almost no more, as demolition work continues at the stadium’s final stand. The south-stand’s lower level has now been gutted, and it will soon fall.

Spurs plan to move into their next ground at the beginning of the 2018/19 season. So the new White Hart Lane must be completed by next summer. The club are working on a tight schedule to complete their £800m new home and the old stadium must be demolished as quickly as possible.

White Hart Lane has been Tottenham’s stadium for 118 years. Images of it being destroyed will no doubt cause pain to most of the club’s supporters. It has been one of the nation’s most famous grounds. It’s tight intimacy to the pitch, created an intimidating atmosphere. When Spurs were playing well, it was one of the loudest stadiums around.

Although, times change. Spurs are looking to move to the next level as a club and moving into a new multi-million arena is a part of the blueprint.

The new White Hart Lane will have many impressive features. The most notable one being a bar next to the tunnel, where the players walk out. The state of the art design will allow people to enjoy a drink while watching their heroes enter the pitch. The new stadium will also host NFL fixtures. It is hoped that it will be a multi-sports ground.

Spurs will play their home games at Wembley Stadium next season. The news has left fans slightly concerned, due to the club’s horrific record at the English national stadium. The North London side played their Champions League and Europa League home games there last campaign, in what was a disappointing European campaign for Mauricio Pochettino’s men. They also lost the FA Cup semi-final 2-4 against London rivals Chelsea, at Wembley.

However, these should be exciting times for Tottenham. The future looks extremely bright for a club and we have a team to be proud of these days and soon, a new stadium to match!

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