English Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspur has unveil their new pictures from their 62,000-seater field, which is at long last set to have some football this season.
The club’s manager Mauricio Pochettino believes the noise from the crowd in the 62k capacity stadium can be loud enough to drown Manchester City when they face in the round of 8 of the UEFA Champions League.
Mauricio Pochettino revealing afterwards that he was hopeful of playing at the redeveloped White Hart Lane in the next stage, the club have worked to make sure that will be the case, provided they receive a safety certificate after two test events.
The pictures of the stadium show the outside of the huge glass-fronted stadium as well as of the pitch and seats, along with the bars and food outlets which look to have received their finishing touches.
Thanking Tottenham fans for their patience while away on exile at Wembley Stadium, Pochettino said: “The pay-off is going to be amazing and a massive help for the team to have the possibility to finish this season well.
“We know we have a massive challenge in the quarter-final of the Champions League but with all our fans, 62,000 people behind us, we can make possible our dream to be in the semi-final. Why not?
“This is our new house, our new home, and it’s going to be magic.“White Hart Lane was magic, but this is going to be one of the best in the world.
“When it starts to feel like home, it will be unbelievable. I really believe the future of the club is going to be fantastic.”
Tottenham have planned a pair of test events in order to obtain the required safety certificate. An under-18 match against Southampton on March 24 will allow for a 30,000 crowd, with 45,000 tickets available for a Tottenham Hotspur Legends encounter on March 30.
The new arena – which was due to open for the start of this season but has been beset by delays – has been christened the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, while nearby White Hart Lane Overground station is set to be re-named after the club.