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[Photos] Tottenham Release Latest Stunning Images Of The New £800m Stadium And The Construction Works

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Tottenham have shared more images that track the incredible work being done for our new stadium which cost us around £850 million.

Last season was the final one at the iconic White Hart Lane ground and the new stadium is being built over the old ground. There were a number of happy memories from the final game as we defeated Manchester United but the need of the hour was a world class stadium that could ramp up our revenue stream.

White Hart Lane’s final pieces were removed at the end of July and signaled a new era not only for the club but for also the sport in London.

The stadium will feature not only concerts but also will host NFL games and is slated to be the biggest in the city.

Spurs have done their bit when it comes to sharing information regarding the construction with us thanks to their Twitter account and once again, we got more pictures to gaze at as the season has started in full swing.

The newest images from the networking site feature the concourses on the stadium as we will be moving to the ground at the start of next season. The progress on the construction for the new stadium seems to be pretty fast paced and should be done well before time.

This season, however, is another case as we would only be playing at Wembley for our home games and the first one of the season is a huge clash.

Spurs are set to face London rivals Chelsea at Wembley and given the drastic starts the teams got in the first game, we can rub more salt into the wounds by taking the Blues to the sword.

Chelsea are still reeling from a 3-2 loss at home to Burnley and we should be able to make life more difficult for Antonio Conte and his men as long as we play to our strengths and not face the curse of Wembley.

We have been poor at the stadium every time we have played there under Pochettino and hopefully, that all changes when we take on the Blues.

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