The Future

Tottenham finally reveal new stadium plans

White hart Lane site will soon look a bit like The Emirates

Northumberland Development Project

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After years of speculation, Tottenham Hotspur have finally unveiled detailed plans for their new stadium. In a glossy booklet designed to let the public know of their intentions, the club showcase proposals for a 60,000 seater stadium that will sit on the High Road and cover part of the existing ground.

The 20-acre Northumberland Development Project will also include a supermarket, restaurants, new club offices and 500 residential apartments – because we all know the smart money is in building homes right now.

The plans look quite impressive, and Daniel Levy and co should be commended for finding a suitable site so close to the club’s roots – after all, the folks at Wimbledon FC searched high and low for years, and concluded that the closest possible site to south west London was Milton Keynes.

[Official Tottenham Site]


2 responses so far
  • Alan // November 13, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    I HATE SPURS but I have to Admit this Plan is ingenious, No real move and can keep everything SPURS about the new Staduim, the name, the location, the atmosphere. Well done Daniel Levy.
    Kudos!

  • Arsene Wenger // November 13, 2008 at 10:15 pm

    Cant they just knock down the old stadium and take a year out of the league?

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