Tottenham Hotspur have today begun further testing of the giant LED screens within the new 62,062 seater stadium.
A worker at the new stadium spotted that Spurs captain Hugo Lloris was appearing on the screens which appears that the club were testing the graphics for a team selection announcement ahead of a future match.
The graphic displays a photo of Lloris, along with his name and his squad number.
The two screens located in the single tier 17,500-capacity South Stand each measure 325 square metres – making them the largest screens in any stadium in Western Europe and among the biggest in the world.
There are also be two more screens in North Stand, measuring 190.7 square metres each. Every main display will feature impressive 13HD pixel layouts to bring excellent image clarity and contrast for everyone that visits the stadium.
On the exterior of the stadium, there are two further LED screens on the South West and South East façades, each measuring 178.9 square metres.
— Steve Worrell (@steve_worrell) November 26, 2018
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