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So finally Spurs have opened there new 62,062 stadium after being nearly 6 month behind schedule needing Spurs to play there home game at Wembley. A ceremony was held tonight to officially open the new stadium and Spurs will play there first league game at the new stadium tonight against Crystal Palace. 

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Can't quite say i knew what it looked like before but that looks good. Baseball ground style.

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The very first goal at Spurs original White Hart Lane ground was scored by Tommy McCairns who played for .........NOTTS COUNTY.This was in a game played 4/9/1899 arranged in celebration of the opening of the new stadium.Unfortunately  the final score was Spurs 4 -Notts 1.Attendance approx 5000 with gate receipts of£115 and before anyone says anything-NO ,I wasn't there!

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it looks amazing by far the most advanced and best looking stadium in the uk.

i think this will force other clubs to start to want to re do things with theirs just out of jealousy really but its very nice.

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It looks a better upgrade than some that just update the seating by 1000 or 2.

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It's a great design, something that looks even better away from the designs.

The news has recently shown a digital rendering of what it looks like, of course it looked better when the report was there live. I do feel it will make other clubs re-think things myself, there's a lot of smart features about the stadium.

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It does look impressive, but what makes a ground is the atmosphere. You can have the flashiest stadium in the world, but if the crowd of 60,000 spend the match taking selfies and eating their prawn sandwiches then forget it. Give me a more modest ground and supporters who are fully engaged any day.

Good pics here:

https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2019/apr/03/tottenham-new-stadium-spurs-numbers-game-crystal-palace#img-1

 

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@DangerousSausage it's like a shopping centre inside, which is impressive.

I am sure the fans will make it a great place to visit, it looks spectacular. I like how they have made it like a stadium which has been there for awhile, not new. Whilst paying respect to their history.

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On 05/04/2019 at 23:47, CliftonMagpie said:

@DangerousSausage it's like a shopping centre inside, which is impressive.

That's an aspect of modern football I'm less keen on. I go to the football to avoid things like shopping centres ;)

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