As every football fan knows, Tottenham have seen the odd difficulty with their brand new stadium this summer, with delays still continuing.
The 62,000 seat stadium was supposed to be finished by July 2018, and have its grand opening against Liverpool on September 15.
However, electrical faults in the fire safety system, along with other issues have led to an extended period of delays.
Daniel Levy has now extended Spurs’ Wembley stay until December 15, but hopes that the team will be playing at the new ground before then.
While the stadium is still very much a construction site, you can see that it is finally coming together, and a grand opening against Chelsea on November 24 could be possible.
Take a walk around the build.
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