According to a report by The Mirror, Tottenham are expected to make a club statement next week with regards to when the first game will be played at the new ground/
The Mirror claim the first match will be on January 13 against Manchester United, but Spurs have yet to confirm nor deny.
The stadium was originally meant to open against Liverpool on September 15, but it looks as if the delay will eventually amount to almost four months.
However, playing the first fixture against United does have some pretty poetic significance, as the final match at White Hart Lane was also against the Red Devils.
A lucky 6,000 fans will get to see the state-of-the-art ground in all its glory a little earlier than the majority thanks to a special open day this month.
A select few will be given the chance to explore the south stand and other areas around the stadium.
Spurs fans will be counting down the days until the can finally swap Wembley for the shiny new stadium.
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