Northumberland Development Project
Stories and updates relating to Tottenham's new stadium and the Northumberland Development Project.
Carty Free reader Socks22 was one of 30k people at Spurs’ first test event. These are his words.
IT. IS. HAPPENING.
Levy also denied that Nike were interested in the new ground’s naming rights.
Nike North London Stadium at White Hart Lane has a nice, fan-servicey ring to it.
Those aren’t tears, it’s raining on my face. ...Okay, they’re tears.
According to the Standard, the stadium is ready for its shakedown cruise with an intended target of April 6 for an opening... if the schedule cooperates.
Tottenham fans will have at least another month and a half to wait before the new ground is open.
Report: Premier League asking Spurs to play last five home matches in new stadium or stay at Wembley
It’s not a mandate, but the league wants an end point for Spurs’ use of Wembley.
The club is expected to update supporters this week, but may not announce the opening date due to match scheduling issues.
Things are progressing, but the next few matches, including the Champions League tie against Dortmund, will remain at Wembley.
The first 6k fans were let inside the Tottenham Hotspur stadium on Saturday, and left awe-inspired.
Difficulty in scheduling test events over the Christmas season has led the club to push back the opening of the new stadium to February.
Do you live in England and want to see Spurs’ new stadium before it hosts its first game? Now is your chance!
So, that’s a stress test of the cheese room, right?
The January match against Manchester United is still Plan A, but a report suggests a Plan B if things are delayed again.
Yes they can play their home games at the national stadium, but they won’t be able to fill the ground.
Spurs won’t be playing football there until the new year. The cheese room is looking good, though.
It’s a bellwether to the stadium actually opening, and an important one.
While no official date has been announced, Poch says conversations with Daniel Levy suggest a stadium opening by mid-December.
They may not PLAY at Wembley this spring, but Spurs may have to pay rent there.
A golden bird will sit atop Spurs’ new home. As it should forever.
Construction delays happen. But Tottenham needs to do much better in how it talks to its supporters.
Spurs’ Executive Director said that the riots helped pave the way to cooperation between the club and local officials.
Spurs’ new stadium will not be finished on time. Womp-womp.
It’s starting to look like a real stadium now!
The club is attempting to reduce its carbon footprint and be better environmental stewards on match days.
But contingency plans are still in place in case something goes wrong.
Tottenham Hotspur are doing things right when building their new home.
A London resident has been posting videos of Spurs’ new stadium with use of a drone.
It’s an increase of 441 seats, but they need permission from Haringey council first.