The clubs fantastic docufilm ‘The Lane’ will air for the first time exclusively on BT Sport 1 at 9pm tonight.
The film celebrates the legacy of our famous former home.
For our supporters’ overseas a number of international broadcasters will be showing the docufilm in the near future.
NBCSN is the exclusive U.S. television home of The Lane, which will be featured as part of its Boxing Day schedule dedicated to the Premier League (Tuesday, Dec. 26, 5 p.m. ET, NBCSN).
The full list of where in the world ‘The Lane’ will be available to watch in the coming weeks:
•UK & Ireland UK & Eire – BT Sport
•North America NBC Sports – US
•Europe France – beIN Sports •Norway – Viasat Sweden – •Viasat Denmark – Viasat Finland – Viasat
•MENA MENA – beIN Sports •Turkey – beIN Sports
•Asia Pacific Hong Kong – beIN •Sports Thailand – beIN Sports •Philippines – beIN Sports •Australia – beIN Sports
•Air/Inflight Qatar Airways
‘The Lane’ premiered at BT Sport’s Production Hub in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London on November 30 with a host of stars past and present in attendance.
Upon watching ‘The Lane’ for the first time, Mauricio Pochettino said: “It was an extremely powerful film that evoked many fantastic memories of a stadium.”
Cliff Jones called it “An emotional watch” while former skipper Gary Mabbutt, at the Club 18 years, added: “It got to the heart of what the Lane means to everyone.”
‘The Lane’ tells the 118-year story of the stadium that rose from very humble beginnings to become a London landmark and recalling those incredible moments in history, from the glory nights to the unique untold stories that shaped lives.
It is told using rarely seen archive of classic moments and interviews with legends such as Cliff Jones, Pat Jennings, Glenn Hoddle, Ledley King and Ossie Ardiles.
There’s also behind-the-scenes access with the current team as the record-breaking final season at White Hart Lane came to an emotional conclusion in May.
It is currently on pre-sale on iTunes in the UK and available to download or stream via iTunes or Amazon in the UK only until the film has aired for the first time by the relevant broadcaster in any specific country.
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