One can see the old Worcester avenue from the south though not yet accessible.
In thirteen days’ time, Tottenham Hotspur should have been playing the curtain raiser at the new stadium against an unbeaten Liverpool side who are yet to concede a goal.
What a match this would have been to officially open the stadium over 62,062 fans watching from the stands. Unfortunately, the reality is that this game will be held at Wembley, along with the Cardiff City fixture.
We are still three test events away from holding our first real match at the stadium, with rearranged dates for the test events yet to be confirmed.
Instead, in the meantime, we continue to find ourselves glued to the live stadium webcams and any video or photo update we can find to give us our latest stadium fix. Our thanks go to @Vocalspurs for allowing us to share these photos.
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