Moving to their new home, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Moving to their new home, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The first plans for the new stadium as part of the Northumberland Development Project were submitted and approved in September 2010, with the official agreement following a year later.

The project was put together by the club and local authorities to benefit the community within the surrounding areas. After expected delays due to the buying of land situs judi bola online and securing planning permission, the building of the new stadium began in 2016.

Planned test events in August and September 2018 had to be delayed due to health and safety concerns caused by electrical issues within the stadium. Following two successful test events, Spurs finally played their first Premier League game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in April 2019, beating Crystal Palace 2-0.

The new stadium holds over 62,000 spectators and can be used for a variety of events, including NFL matches and music concerts.

Here is that first-ever Premier League goal scored at the new stadium:

Just listen to that noise!

The Northumberland Development Project has also aided the construction of related buildings in the vicinity of the ground; These include the club headquarters (Lilywhite House), the Tottenham Experience – including the Tottenham Hotspur Museum – and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation