TOTTENHAM opened their new £850million stadium on Monday for an “orientation day”.
Eager Spurs fans were afforded the opportunity to have a wander around the new ground weeks before its official
Supporters had the chance to check out their seat for the 2018-19 season – and take a sneak peek at the ground’s features.
As well as getting to grips with the seats, fans had the chance to work out where their nearest bar was, as well as toilets and
Tottenham are officially aiming to have the 62,000-seater stadium ready for their Premier League clash with Liverpool on
But prior to that, the club are hoping to play two test games – the first of which is scheduled to be an Under-23s clash
As yet there is no name for the ground in place as the bidding war for naming rights rages on.
So far big dogs such as Apple, Nike and Amazon are in the running… but should no suitor officially step forward, the club
will name the ground Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
However, the construction of the arena has been shrouded in controversy recently with the suggestion workers are being asked to work 16-hour days and 80-hour weeks.
As well as football, the new London stadium is set to play host to many other events, including NFL and eSports.