Visit Spurs’ new stadium on FIFA 19 before the real deal

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

After Tottenham’s announcement today, it has been confirmed that fans will actually be able to experience the new stadium on FIFA 19 before it opens to the public on match days.

Spurs had to extend their Wembley stay this evening, releasing that the matches against Liverpool and Cardiff, as well as the already-scheduled tie against Fulham would all be played at the national stadium.

The latter of these fixtures, Cardiff, is due to be played on the 28th of October, a whole month after the latest EA game is set for release.

This confirms that fans will have to make do with the virtual version of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the foreseeable future.

FIFA 19 is set to release between the 19th and 25th of September.

Check out the new Spurs stadium on FIFA using this link!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I wonder if Levy will sack himself? Also pay back his £3m bonus earned on the back of the stadium.
    He should have never have made those promises that the stadium would open by a certain date. A cleverer man would have not tied himself to such a tight schedule.

    Who is paying Wembley for the extra matches, EPL, Champions League and American football transferred there? Spurs, or the contractors? Who has been paying for the extra expensive workers employed on the site? Spurs, or the contractors? Who is paying for the cost overruns on the stadium? Spurs, or the contractors? I suspect the answer to all 3 of those questions is the contractors because, presumably they would have agreed to the timetable for completion and would have tendered for the work in the first place.

  2. Maybe I should buy my season ticket from FIFA 19?. Anybody that has been watching the progress of the stadium on the live cameras would have always known it was never going to be ready. The live cameras don’t show what’s going on behind the stands and on the concourse but if there is supposed to be over 3,000 people working non stop on this stadium I’d like to know where they are! Every time I’ve looked there has been nothing going on at night on the seating and pitch area of the stadium and little or nothing outside. Even during the day its Hard to spot anybody in these areas and the progress on the seating seemed to come to a complete halt. All building projects have these problems but ours has been worsened by trying to build the new on top of the old, a separate site would have meant we could have stayed at the old White Hart Lane until it was all done. For whatever reason we couldn’t do that so none of this surprises me.
    The thought of continuing to trudge round to Wembley fills me with dread but everybody needs to rally and get behind the team! All the moaning in the world will do nothing to speed things up and certainly won’t have a positive effect on the team. COYS!!!!!

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