The club have been busy promoting the newest attraction at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, ‘The Dare Skywalk’ this week.
The new feature will be in operation from August 31 and will give fans an opportunity to scale the height of the 62,303-capacity venue while taking in the views of London.
Once on top of the stadium, fans will then step on to a glass walkway 46.8 metres above the pitch, and get up close and personal with the iconic golden cockerel.
The attraction was open for journalists earlier this week, with several videos doing the rounds of reporters making the climb to the top of Tottenham’s new stadium.
Jose Mourinho and the players also decided to take on the Dare Skywalk on Tuesday, with several images being posted on social media of Tottenham’s stars standing next to the iconic cockerel.
Mourinho posted a picture with some of his players as well as members of his coaching staff from the top of the stadium while the club also shared some snaps of the likes of Hugo Lloris and Toby Alderweireld trying out the attraction.
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Spurs Web Opinion
It is a nice touch by the club to get the players to try this and perhaps give them an opportunity to understand the history behind the iconic golden cockerel. Given that the players and fans are still very much adjusting to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, this can only help in making the players feel a special connection to the venue.
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