(Video) Impressive progress made on stunning new Spurs stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

It’s crazy to think that we are now in the month of May and Tottenham Hotspur will be playing Premier League and hopefully Champions League football in a brand new stadium in a matter of months.

Spurs superfan Chris Cowlin has made his weekly trip to the site of the 62,062 seater stadium to provide yet another update, which includes:

Floodlights installed
Work on the Sky Walk
Retractable Pitch
Ticket office is huge
Roof work continues
South Stand steel

Over 2,100 people continue to work on the construction site to try and finish it in time for the new campaign, although Spurs are expected to request from the Premier League that they play the opening few matches away from home in a similar fashion as to what Liverpool did when their new stand was being built.

Take a look at the video below.  Do you think the stadium will be ready in time?

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  1. I used to go to school in White Hart Lane and started regularly watching Spurs in 1960. When having no lesson, schoolfriends and I would go to the cafe next door to Cliff Jones’ butchers shop in WHL.
    My season ticket in the East Stand had to be relinquished when Sugar massively increased the price and I decided that my two children’s welfare took precedence.
    THFC has had many ups and downs in that time and have, for a long period, had to watch as the Islington crowd went from success to success. I was in the crowd on Monday May 3rd 1971, when Ray Kennedy headed the winner to give them their eighth title and the precursor to their Double. I’ve never really gotten over it.
    Hopefully, the cornerstones have already been laid in order to ensure that a North London reversal now ensues.


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