Tottenham Hotspur Unveil London’s New Sports and Entertainment Destination
Tottenham Hotspur has today unveiled an array of exclusive views inside its new stadium after launching its premium suite, lounge and seat offering for the world-class venue.
The Populous-designed stadium will feature a retractable grass field for Tottenham Hotspur home fixtures, with an artificial surface underneath that will be multi-use and capable of hosting NFL matches, concerts and other high-profile events.
The Club aims to revolutionise the match-day experience and set a new benchmark for premium offerings in sports and entertainment venues. The new stadium design will strive to deliver the ultimate occasion for every visitor as part of its commitment to delivering the best possible fan experience.
The wide choice of premium suites, new style lounges and seats available include the first purpose-built glass-walled Tunnel Club in the UK, The H Club, an exceptional Members’ Club, contemporary ‘Super Loges’ for a more intimate dining experience, and a ground-breaking Sky Lounge with panoramic views into the stadium and across the city.
The new development will be home to what is believed to be the longest general admission bar in a UK stadium (86.8 metres) and to a wide range of regional street food concepts available to all general admission guests that will be unlike the offering at any other UK venue.
Furthermore, provision will be made for the world’s first stadium micro-brewery and in-house bakery. The brewery will allow for the production of one million pints of craft beer a year, while the onsite bakery will produce artisan breads and pastries for every food outlet in the stadium, ranging from general admission areas to boxes.
With a capacity of more than 61,000, Populous have worked hard with the Club to ensure that the fan experience and stadium atmosphere are at the heart of the design. A 17,000 single tier stand, the largest in the UK, will generate ‘a wall of sound’ coupled with a tight atmospheric bowl ensuring spectators are closer to the pitch than at any other comparable ground in the UK with uninterrupted views for all at every event.
Daniel Levy, Chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, said:
“We believe our new stadium will redefine sports and entertainment experiences. We have travelled to some of the best venues in the world to ensure no stone is left unturned in order to deliver experiences that are unparalleled for all our visitors. It will provide the world-class facilities our players and fans deserve and bring much needed regeneration to the local area.”
New stadium site by numbers
- Up to 1,500 people working onsite
- 8 tower cranes used onsite
- 1,621 doors will be installed
- 72,000 square metres of concrete will be poured
- 729 staircases will be fitted
- 1,101 concrete columns will support
- 12,000 tins of paint will be used