Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Guide)

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is located in north London and replaces the club's previous stadium, known as White Hart Lane. The facility has a capacity of 62,303,which makes it one of the largest stadiums in the Premier League and the largest club stadium in London. It is designed to be multi-purpose and features the world's first dividing, retractable football pitch, which reveals a synthetic turf pitch underneath for NFL London Games, concerts, and other events.

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Tickets

Spurs Home Tickets Tickets for our home games are unlikely to get to General Sale and are often only available for our One Hotspur Members. Becoming a One Hotspur Member gives visitors access to ticket priority, the option to purchase via Ticket Exchange and a variety of exclusive benefits. Members are only able to buy one ticket per membership for each fixture. Please note, in case of having an access requirement and are already on our Disability Access Scheme, it is still required a membership to take advantage of our priority on sales and benefits. Ticket Exchange Ticket Exchange represents the club's official online resale platform which is aimed to offer Premium Members and Season Ticket Holders the ability to sell their designated seat at face value to a One Hotspur Member to purchase (or other supporters if the game goes on General Sale) for any Premier League home fixture they are unable to attend. A selection of General Admission and Premium seats will be listed on Ticket Exchange, including several single seats. Premium seats that are listed on Ticket Exchange also include access to the seats' respective lounge and a complimentary food offering. Ticket Exchange will open for home fixtures at the club's discretion and once all tickets have sold. Once open, updates will be communicated via Club channels. Ticket Exchange seats may, on occasion, go on General Sale or Guest for Premier League games. Ticket Exchange 'Guest Sale': seats that are listed on Ticket Exchange will be opened to both our One

Stadium Seat View

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was designed in the popular bowl style. The initial plan was for there to be around 58,000 seats, only for the club to confirm in March of 2018 that they'd been able to expand it to a final figure of 62,303. That makes it the most significant club ground in London. Despite the bowl design, Spurs have retained four distinct sides, boasting that the single-tier of each stand is no less than 5-8 meters from the line on all sides. Here's a look at the different stands: The South Stand The stand to the south of the ground has been designated as the home end and has 17,500 seats. That makes it the largest single-tier stand in the entire country and is meant to be the stadium's 'heartbeat.' The part was inspired by the 'yellow wall' of Borussia Dortmund at their Signal Iduna Park ground in Germany. At the front of the field is a section of seating that has been future-proofed by having safe-standing rail seating installed. The stand is 34m tall, with 233 steps and contains a market place full of shops, bars, and restaurants. The North Stand With three tiers, the North Stand is designed to welcome away fans in its north-east corner and home supporters across the rest of it. As with the South Stand, there is rail-seating installed should the laws on safe standing change in the future. The stand is ap35.5m tall and consists of four concourse levels. The East Stand The East Stand has four tiers, of which two are designed to host premium seating. These cater to Tottenham's cor

Nearby Hotels

The hotel options throughout the city of London are too numerous to mention. We’ve picked out some choices for visitors that are slightly closer to the ground to help them narrow down the search, however. Pembury Hotel A restaurant, a bar/lounge, and self-parking all are available at this smoke-free facility. WiFi in public areas is complimentary. Additionally, a 24-hour front desk, a garden, and a front desk safe can be found on-site. All 80 rooms offer free wireless Internet access, hairdryers, and flat-screen TVs. Safes, showers, and phones are among the rest of the amenities that guests will find. The London Pembury Hotel provides 80 forms of accommodation with a safe. Bathrooms include a shower and free toiletries. Address: 326-328 Seven Sisters Rd. N4 2AP. Best Western London Highbury This smoke-free guesthouse features a bar/lounge, a coffee shop/café, and self-parking. WiFi in public areas is free. Other facilities include a meeting room, concierge services, and dry cleaning. All 45 rooms offer free WiFi and free wired Internet, plus coffee/tea makers and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Other amenities available to guests include complimentary newspapers, safes, and ironing boards. Best Western London Highbury offers 45 forms of accommodation with safe and free newspapers. Bathrooms include baths or showers and complimentary toiletries. This London guesthouse provides complimentarily wired and wireless Internet access. Additionally, rooms offer the convenience of coffee/tea makers and an iron/ir

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Guide)

General Information aboutTottenham Hotspur Stadium

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is located in north London and replaces the club's previous stadium, known as White Hart Lane. The facility has a capacity of 62,303,which makes it one of the largest stadiums in the Premier League and the largest club stadium in London. It is designed to be multi-purpose and features the world's first dividing, retractable football pitch, which reveals a synthetic turf pitch underneath for NFL London Games, concerts, and other events.

The construction of the stadium was initiated as the centerpiece of the Northumberland Development Project, which was supposed to catalyze a twenty-year regeneration plan for Tottenham. The project covers the location of the now-demolished ground of White Hart Lane and areas that are adjacent to it. In 2007 the project was conceived and announced in 2008, but the plan was revised a few times, and the construction of the stadium, beset by disputes and delays, did not start until 2015. The stadium opened on April 3, 2019, with a ceremony before the first Premier League game held at the stadium.

The name "Tottenham Hotspur Stadium" is not permanent, due to the intention being to sell the naming rights, so that it will be named after a sponsor.The stadium is sometimes referred to as New White Hart Lane by fans and some in the media

History

As with any new football field, the real history of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is not written yet. What can be said that the venue was given the go-ahead as the centerpiece of the new Northumberland Development Project was designed for renovating the Tottenham area for the next two decades. The idea behind the new ground was first mooted in 2007 and given the go-ahead the following year. Still, numerous changes were implemented to the design before plans were put in motion to get it built. Construction plans began in earnest in 2015, with White Hart Lane being demolished after the 2016-2017 season and the new stadium being constructed after that.

In 2013 the club confirmed the overall plans for the new stadium and even announced plans to make it a multi-purpose venue. Two years later, a deal was reached with the National Football League in the US to see some American football games played at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with two matches a year planned for ten years. The global architectural company Populous was in charge of the final design of the new ground, with the construction of parts of it getting underway before White Hart Lane had even been demolished. Spurs played their home games at Wembley while the destruction of one ground and the construction of the other was taking place.

Spur's first game in the new stadium was a weeknight Premier League London derby under the lights, against Crystal Palace. The home club won 2-0 with Son Heung-Min becoming the scorer of the first-ever competitive goal in the stadium. Lucas Moura scored the first hat-trick in the ground the next home game against Huddersfield in a 4-0 win. They also beat Manchester City 1-0 in the first Champions League match played there, a quarter-final first leg.