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.
“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.”
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