Tottenham Hotspur have been testing the giant LED screens and sponsorship ribbons inside the stadium during the night which made the venue look like something out of a Lady Gaga pop concert.

The screens are the biggest in Western Europe and the two positioned in the single-tier South Stand measures a staggering 325 square metres apiece.

Meanwhile, the two adjacent screens in the North Stand measure 190.7 square metres each. Provided by Daktronics, every main display will boast state of the art 13HD pixel layouts meaning everyone will get a perfect view of the action.

There will also be two LED video displays that feature on the South West and South East façades, fitted on the exterior of the stadium, each measuring 178.9 square metres.

The stadium bowl will also include three tiers of digital ribbon – a first for any European stadium. The upper and middle tier ribbons will run from the East to West Stands through the North Stand, measuring 387 metres and 348 metres long respectively, while the suite-tier ribbon will be split into two runs along the East and West Stands, measuring 122 metres long on the East Stand and 105 metres long on the West.

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