(Video) Stunning drone footage shows how much work is left at Spurs’ new stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Mr AV has taken his drone to the skies around the new Spurs stadium once again to provide an aerial update of the construction progress made over the past seven days.

Tottenham fans will have a good indication next Monday when the Premier League fixtures are announced whether they will play the first few games away from home while work on the stadium is finished or whether they will request to play a handful of games at Wembley.

The video shows encouraging progress which has been made on the roof of the £850 million development along with the fact that glazing has started on the roof bridge between the stadium and Lilywhite House.

Inside the stadium, you will see black on the pitch area, which has been put in place for the sliding pitches, which will house both the grass football pitch and the artificial NFL pitch.

Take a look at the video below and let us know if you think the stadium will be ready in time for August.

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  1. I do not think it will be ready until 2nd or 3rd week of September. They may be going well with the roof, but there is still an awful lot of glass and other panels to be put up around the South and West stands. Also still a lot of work around the public area on South side
    I hope they do get it done but I really have doubts.

  2. I’m sure Levy said at the THFC supporters trust meeting that if the roof was on by January or February then the project was on schedule… It’s now June and looking at this footage there is SO much still to finish. I’m getting worried it’s not going to be ready for safety tests in August which would push back opening beyond mid September. NFL ready yes. PL ready not sure. ?

  3. As Corporal Jones would say “Don’t Panic”. Wait until the tower cranes inside the bowl are removed. They need be gone to finish the roof.


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