Tottenham Hotspur have been enduring delay after delay this season in terms of their brand new stadium.
The ground was supposed to open on September 15 against Liverpool, but issues with the health and safety of the structure put a stop to this.
Since then, dates have been rumoured, then pushed back, then rumoured, then pushed back, with the stadium now supposed to be ready some time in March.
Spurs have been playing at Wembley for over 18 months now, and are currently limited on the number of tickets they can sell per game.
The Brent Council currently have the national stadium capped at 51,000 for Tottenham, but Spurs applied to have this lifted, and have been successful (Football London).
They will now be able to hold five domestic fixtures at a 62,000 cap, with all Champions League matches at the full 90,000.
Games against Watford, Newcastle United, and Leicester City will remain at the original 51,000 cap.
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