Tottenham Hotspur FC releases latest stadium renderings


EPL soccer club Tottenham Hotspur FC has released new renderings of its new 60,000+ capacity stadium in the UK capital.

The under construction north London soccer venue, which replaces the club’s long germ home at White Hart Lane, will be the city’s largest soccer-specific venue, and designed to place supporters closer to the match-day action than at other comparably sized stadium in the city.

Distances from the front row the touchline will range from 4.9m to 7.9m and a 35° angle to the stands will both contribute to the game-day atmosphere and experience.

Tottenham Hotspur stadium

1882 bar renderings at new stadium

“Our 17,500 single-tier South Stand, the largest in the UK, is more than 34m in height and will provide a ‘wall of sound’,” the club said in a statement.

“An area at the front of this stand, as well as in the visiting supporters’ section, has been future-proofed for safe standing in the event that legislation changes.”

The stadium will feature four large HD screens and a state of the art sound system that the club says, “will ensure that we can deliver pre-match, half-time and post-match entertainment, highlights and replays to the highest possible standard.”

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur stadium

Tottenham Hotspur stadium atrium

Tottenham Hotspur stadium

Tottenham Hotspur stadium Dispensary Bar

The cashless venue will also feature: 60 food and drink outlets influenced by London’s vibrant street food market scene; bars in the east and west stands creating a pre-game ‘high street pub style’ destination, and the 65m-long Goal Line Bar in the South Stand, the longest bar in the UK; concourse space for pop-up experiences such as promotions, competitions and entertainment; high-quality washrooms including 30 accessible toilets and three changing places facilities; as well as wi-fi throughout.

March 16, 2018

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