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Tottenham have continued to use social media to share details about the new stadium under construction. We have constantly been provided with updates on our new £800m stadium and the club, this time, shared an aerial view of the entire stadium through a video, as work continues fast.

The nearly two-minute long video isn’t much apart from a camera that goes around and around but it does provide us with an actual view of all the work going around to get the stadium done.

From a number of cranes to a lot of the seating being put in place, the 61,559 seater stadium does look like a treat and it will feature a number of experiences, thanks to partners such as HP.

The stadium is also expected to be the highest in terms of capacity in London (among the club venues) and that can only mean better finances for us when the construction is complete. While that is for the future, we do have to be careful with our spending now given that the costs for the stadium are astronomical.

The NFL, which will be conducting games at our new stadium as well, has reportedly invested £10m in the construction, which is just over 1% of the overall costs.

What the stadium will provide us is not only a financial backing for the future but also make us a global power as we can attract a lot of corporates with our special seating.

There are further plans for a number of other attractions such as a Spurs museum, club shop, sports complexes and much more.

For now, we might be dealing with Wembley and it seems like we have gotten over our problems at the stadium thanks to a spanking given to Liverpool recently, followed by an emphatic win over Real Madrid in the Champions League.

The season is still young and even after a loss against Manchester United, we are in with a shout for the Premier League title. The qualification from our Champions League group is done now and the focus should now be on the Premier League for the next few months.

The new stadium should get ready on time and hopefully we will make it a fortress like the White Hart Lane.

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