After repeated delays owing to issues with the internal circuity, Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium was finally ready to host games in the April of this year.

The ground hosted multiple Premier League and Champions League games towards the end of last season, and it looks like Spurs fans who went to the games were left mightily impressed by the new venue.

According to a report in the Evening Standard, the new 62,062-capacity stadium has received the seal of approval from the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust. The report details the results of a survey conducted by the trust in which 4,300 fans were asked for their opinion on the club’s new home.

Over 95 per cent of fans who were surveyed said that they were satisfied with the fan experience at the games they attended, compared to just 52 per cent who said they enjoyed the experience at Wembley.

Further 93 per cent of fans surveyed revealed they were getting to Tottenham’s new ground 30 minutes before kick-off to experience the facilities on offer.

84 per cent were satisfied with the atmosphere at the ground in the Premier League games while that number rose to a whopping 98 per cent on European nights.

Spurs Web Opinion

After the recent experiences of West Ham and Arsenal, it is clear that Tottenham could have got this completely wrong. However, Daniel Levy has delivered the perfect venue that retains the atmosphere of White Hart Lane while providing fans with more modern facilities. We believe the stadium will help Tottenham attract some great players in the years to come.

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