After heavy delays, construction workers are building through the night to ensure that Tottenham’s new 62,000 seat stadium is completed as soon as possible.

The original grand opening date was set at September 15, for the clash against Liverpool, but has since been extended to an unknown date.

Daniel Levy has extended Spurs’ Wembley stay until December 15, but hopes that the club will be at their new ground before this date.

Delays so far have been down to electrical faults in the fire safety systems.

Now, fans have spotted some brand new metal structures at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium site, but what are they, and what is their purpose?

The current pitch area is covered in sand, as the pitch itself is being grown offsite before it is transported over.

Across the top of the sand, six metal structures spread across the width of the pitch, leaving some fans watching the live stadium feeds wondering exactly what is going on.

The structures are said to be Stadium Grow Lighting, or SGL, which hold the mobile lights that help the grass grow when it arrives on site.

They will be stored in a basement area when not in use.

It looks as if the stadium is slowly coming together, Spurs fans.

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