Tottenham Hotspur fans have been patiently waiting a long time now for their brand new 62,000 seat stadium, however a date isn’t exactly on the horizon.
The ground was originally supposed to open on September 15 against Liverpool for a memorable Premier League clash, but delays put a stop to this particular dream.
Fast forward to nearly February, and supporters are still waiting for the first taste of a matchday at their new home, with no end in sight for building.
A new report from the Daily Mail now states that a previously rumoured opening match against Arsenal in March has been ruled out as a possibility.
The North London Derby will take place on March 2, but the report states that Tottenham will not be moving into the stadium until mid-March at the earliest now.
Even if the stadium was ready, the Metropolitan Police are apparently not keen on the first full capacity game being a full-blooded NLD.
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