Tottenham continued sharing the progress of their new stadium with pictures on their official Twitter handle. The London club tweeted images of the work being done on the “new South Stand” as well as claiming that a lot of work has been done on the Tottenham experience.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) July 27, 2017
We all know that the new stadium is going to be the biggest in London, after the Wembley, and will not only host our games but also the NFL games and other concerts and events. Not only that, it is set to feature a number of technological advancements, thanks to our tie-up with HP, who are also our sponsors.
The new £800million stadium is now looking close to the concept drawings that were shared before the construction began and even though the 118-year-old White Hart Lane will cease to exist, a bright and amazing stadium will be coming up in its place.
That should be enough to get a lot of fans excited but there is the fear that playing a full home season at Wembley could have a major effect on us. Last season we struggled in the Champions League games while playing at the stadium and it did lead us to getting knocked out of Europe rather timidly.
There still is a lot of work to be completed before the stadium is complete but ever since Daniel Levy ordered the construction of the stadium, Mace has been constantly providing updates and the Tottenham management has also been sharing images on a regular basis.
The schedule to complete the construction would be before the start of the 2018/19 season and hopefully, we will not have to fret about playing extra games at Wembley. The new stadium will feature its own ambiance and feeling for the Tottenham team and the quicker they can adjust to it, the better it would be for us.