New Stadium Details And Discussions

Shadydan

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Flew over the stadium the other day, well flew over the Olympic stadium then flew over Tottenham's...to say that this puts the OS or any other stadium in the shade is a massive under statement, views were immense - looked absolutely amazing.
 

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The club have made an official announcement that they have officially applied for planning permission to increase the capacity to 62,303 and will increase the number of season tickets accordingly.
 

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With further seats to be added. Really wonder what the absolute max will be.

new seats are very nice lower east and west
 
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Bulletspur

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A silly question from one who has not visited the new stadium yet (inside anyway). I noticed in two videos on Spurs TV (Bournemouth and Olympiacos) that the away team when they arrived, they seemingly entered the stadium and had to walk along the edge of the pitch before entering the tunnel. If so, why? I would think that once they were off the coach they would enter the stadium through a private entrance.
 

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Photographer and lifelong Tottenham Hotspur fan Martin Andersen has turned his camera on fellow fans
to create an intimate and often visceral collection of images taken
at home, away, and across Europe from 2013 until the last game played at White Hart Lane in 2017. Interview by Felix Petty

A good read and view. Anyone spot themselves?


https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2019/dec/05/a-fans-eye-view-at-the-football-a-photo-essay?utm_term=RWRpdG9yaWFsX0FydFdlZWtseS0xOTEyMDY=&utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=ArtWeekly&CMP=artweekly_email
 

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With further seats to be added. Really wonder what the absolute max will be.

new seats are very nice lower east and west
I wonder where the extra seats will be added? Right at the top of the south East corner there's an area where a big group stands with no seats there so surely a case of putting seats there so the stewards don't have to tell everyone to sit, max 10/20 seats though
 

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Photographer and lifelong Tottenham Hotspur fan Martin Andersen has turned his camera on fellow fans
to create an intimate and often visceral collection of images taken
at home, away, and across Europe from 2013 until the last game played at White Hart Lane in 2017. Interview by Felix Petty

A good read and view. Anyone spot themselves?


https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2019/dec/05/a-fans-eye-view-at-the-football-a-photo-essay?utm_term=RWRpdG9yaWFsX0FydFdlZWtseS0xOTEyMDY=&utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=ArtWeekly&CMP=artweekly_email
Last photo - guy on the far left
 

Gb160

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A silly question from one who has not visited the new stadium yet (inside anyway). I noticed in two videos on Spurs TV (Bournemouth and Olympiacos) that the away team when they arrived, they seemingly entered the stadium and had to walk along the edge of the pitch before entering the tunnel. If so, why? I would think that once they were off the coach they would enter the stadium through a private entrance.
Ive always wondered about this but there's loads of grounds where you see it happen.
Must be a reason for it.
 

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A silly question from one who has not visited the new stadium yet (inside anyway). I noticed in two videos on Spurs TV (Bournemouth and Olympiacos) that the away team when they arrived, they seemingly entered the stadium and had to walk along the edge of the pitch before entering the tunnel. If so, why? I would think that once they were off the coach they would enter the stadium through a private entrance.
they enter via that corner, down the side of Sainsbury's is where the away coach parks, and I also think our coach parks there too. the players must travel from the training ground
 

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Flew over to attend today’s game. Love the place. Very nice. Me and my mates are happy to see all the wonderful goals and play.
 

Bulletspur

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they enter via that corner, down the side of Sainsbury's is where the away coach parks, and I also think our coach parks there too. the players must travel from the training ground
I understand that the coaches park there, but I would think that a private entrance from that locality would have been factored in the design of the stadium. Just seems a bit naff somehow, considering the old stadium was not like that.
 

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Maybe it’s just a psychological thing. Make the opposition walk past our home crowd. Just need them to get really vocal and intimidating. Make them uncomfortable to be here. That’s what the eleventh(12th) man is supposed to do.
 
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