(Video) Great progress update on the new Spurs stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

We all love an update on the progress of the new Spurs stadium and Chris Cowlin has once again made his weekly visit to the site of the 62,000 seater site to bring us up to speed.

Work on the roof lift is well underway and is said to be at least halfway done, hopefully the weather conditions will remain as they are not to hamper any further progress.

The club have also announced that Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has secured the long-term supplier contract to become the official management supplier to the new stadium.

The company will distribute all power supply to the stadium and integrate key systems. This will boost the stadium’s energy and operational efficiency and support the day-to-day running of the site.

Chris’ update covers:-

  • East Stand Steel and Glass Installed
  • Retractable Pitch
  • Roof work continues
  • Work continues on ticket office, club shop, hotel, etc
  • TV Screens installed

Do you think the stadium will be ready for next season?  Have your say below

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  1. Well done Chris, I am an old Supporter, now living in France, but follow the team avidly. Can’t wait for the stadium to be finished and hope to make a pilgrimage there when it opens.

    Look forward every week to your screening

  2. Another great video Chris. As an ex-pat Spurs fan in LA and structural engineer, the stadium is awe inspiring on both fronts. I take my own tour every time I’m over and the scale of it compared to the old ground is jaw-dropping, but your regular up-dates are a great way to get that close up and personal feel that the live cams obviously can’t capture alone. Can’t wait to get inside this beast.

  3. As a fsn for 60 years and living in Devon, it’s great the I can follow the development through video. Yhanks mate.


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