Some Spurs fans have noticed some interesting details about the club’s new stadium found on the back of the newly released home tickets.
Alongside the diagram revealing all the entrances to the new Spurs stadium, it is also revealed the club’s museum will open in 2019.
The museum will be situated on the corner between the new club shop and Park Lane entrance.
On Tottenham’s website, the museum is said to show the club’s past through the use of modern technology:
“Utilising interpretive media and interactive displays, the Museum is designed to tell the Club’s history, display Club artefacts and encourage the visitor to explore all aspects of the Club and its home in Tottenham.”
As well as the museum, the ticket also confirms the stadium will be run completely without the use of cash.
Meaning, if you want a pie and a pint before the game you must take your credit/debit card or even a contactless mean of payment.
The club’s website continues to say:
“A new free mobile app will be available to help you get the most out of your matchday…in our well-connected, cashless stadium, all payments are to be made using either a contactless card or via your mobile phone to help speed up service.”
1st look at new stadium ticket, cashless stadium and museum opens in 2019, and its not west and east stand anymore its west and east atrium pic.twitter.com/mMCZZyzs5W
— Richard Charlie (@RichHuws) August 4, 2018
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