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“We’re looking at February” – Club ambassador claims new stadium will take three months more to be completed



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Tottenham’s new stadium will be ready for use till February, according to club ambassador Paul Miller. The club’s stadium was expected to open on 15 September but numerous delays have ensured we don’t have a confirmed date for opening of the ground.

Spurs have played their home games at Wembley, except for one Carabao Cup clash against Watford, and Daniel Levy added that we would stick to the stadium till the end of the year.

Miller was speaking on Love Sport Radio (h/t Sun) and claimed he has been told that the date of completion is February:

“I’m sure it’s not a long way off. I’ve certainly been informed within the club that we’re looking at February as the start date.

“It still gives us three months but if you look at when we came out of there, it will have been 21 months.

“To build a stadium of that size and structure on the same site in 21 months is wonderful. It’s a great thing for us all to look forward to.”

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Tottenham have had issues with the Wembley pitch in recent games thanks to an NFL fixture being played recently. The condition of the turf was awful in our loss to Manchester City a few weeks ago, and it didn’t look great in our 2-1 win over PSV in midweek.

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There have been numerous delays regarding our stadium and it will be interesting to see what the update is from Levy regarding our home being completed in February.