Video: New Spurs Stadium; UEFA and FA inspection, naming rights update

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

UEFA and Football Association officials are believed to be having a tour of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium today.

Spurs chiefs are showing the two bodies around the new 62,062 seater ground, with the ground currently featuring Champions League signage and logos within the stadium.

This news will certainly have Spurs fans pondering whether the home leg of the Champions League quarter final may be played at the new home. If not, the Premier League match against Huddersfield Town could be the curtain opener.

Spurs fan Chris Cowlin who has followed the construction of the stadium at an almost brick-by-brick stage and has previously attended a number of events has claimed that it is highly likely that the ground will be called The Nike Stadium.

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  1. Would like to say a big thank you for your hard work on keeping us up to date on the build .
    Oh yes I’m excited
    Best wishes,
    Phil King

  2. Don’t like losing the White Hart Lane tag but guess it was gonna happen – shame?. Don’t like Nike Stadium tho’? What happens when we change kit suppliers??

  3. Another move towards a US consortium buy-out of the club in the next couple of years. God bless Daniel Levy (and Joe Lewis) for what they have done for our club – legends! These days, you have to sell the naming rights and so ‘The Nike Stadium’ is a lot better than it could have been. (Shame we haven’t still got ‘Holsten’!!) COYS!!

  4. We have been waiting for this years now. I should congratulate you Chris for the wonderful updates you done over the whole of this period. I wa on line every day from day 1 and I am proud that I have seen the stadium being built day by day. When I was there last I meet Chris near the souvenir shop where he even interviewed me. He is a great guy and I wish to see him again one day maybee in the first game who knows. All the best to Chris and all Spurs fans. Joe from MALTA.


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