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[Photos] Tottenham’s astonishing new £850m stadium begins to take club’s colours

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Work is already going in full swing at Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium. Given the hard work and dedication put in by the working staffs, the new stadium is expected to be completed in time for the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Another day and more progress on Tottenham’s brand new £850m stadium. This time, Spurs have added a bit of colour to the exterior of the enormous structure. Football.london report that workers began fitting navy blues tiles to the exterior of the North Stand at the £850m ground in North London, adding a welcome touch of colour to the mostly glass-clad humongous stadium.

They also mean that the stadium has begun to reflect the Tottenham colours – white and navy, with more tiles set to be fitted during the coming weeks.

The club have time and again said that the new stadium will be opened for the 2018/19 season and although they have already made great development, there is still a lot of work to be done before it can be said as complete.

The report states that Spurs’ new stadium is the biggest private project of its kind in all of Europe and more than 1,500 people are working day and night to make sure that it is completed on time. It is believed that some aspects of the stadium are ahead of schedule, while some are on schedule and others being behind schedule. But on the whole, the brand new stadium is expected to be ready on time.

The new stadium will host its first NFL game when the Seattle Seahawks play the Oakland Raiders on October 14. When built, the stadium will boast of an innovative retractable pitch watched by 61,559 supporters.

“This partnership with the NFL has enabled us to push the boundaries of stadium design to ensure customised and dedicated facilities for both NFL and Premier League,” Daniel Levy was quoted by ESPN.

“It is something that has never been done before anywhere in the world. The efforts we are making mean that the stadium is designed to cater for anything an NFL side could desire, as opposed to feeling like they are renting a stadium.”

Fans can also enjoy heated seats, which are accompanied by USB ports, as well as a micro-brewery and an in-house bakery.

The stadium construction is progressing at a healthy rate and I can’t wait for the team to start playing there.

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