Tottenham make significant change to stadium ahead of the new season

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Tottenham Hotspur may have only just moved into the new stadium, but the club have already decided to make a change ahead of the new season.

Spurs opened the new stadium on April 3 against Crystal Palace, winning the historic game tow goals to nil.

Tottenham then played their first ever Champions League match at the new ground, beating Man City 1-0 courtesy of a Heung Min Son finish.

Spurs then went on to beat Huddersfield 4-0 at the new ground, with a Moura hat-trick, and Brighton 1-0, before losing to West Ham and Ajax 1-0 each in the following matches.

On the final day of the season, Tottenham recorded a 2-2 draw against Everton, making it seven professional games that were played on the Spurs pitch.

Add in the U18 and legends warm-up events, and that makes a grand total of nine games played on the Tottenham turf.

Despite this, the club have decided to relay the entire pitch ahead of the new season, rather than just repairing the barely-used turf.

Pictures have already emerged of the work on social media:

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