Tickets up To £15,000 - Tottenham Reveals Insane New Stadium Images and Details

Update:Tottenham gave an insight into the glittering, £750million arena with an impressive virtual reality tour. Set to open in August 2018, the new Tottenham stadium includes £9,500 tunnel tickets, which are even topped by the price of the H-Club that features Michelin-star level dining with tickets costing £15,000 a seat.

Tottenham Reveals New Details and Video of £750million Stadium

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Posted by Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday, January 19, 2017

New Tottenham Stadium - Details:
- The 61,000-seat stadium will be the largest-capacity football club ground in London
- The stadium will have a retractable grass field and an artificial surface underneath it allowing the ground to host football games, NFL matches, concerts and other events.
- A glass-walled players' tunnel allowing people a view of what is happening behind the scenes before a game
- A 285ft (86.8m) long general admission bar
- A new beer delivery system which will enable staff to deliver 10,000 pints per minute
- Premium seats which will be heated and have USB points
- A 17,000 single tier stand, which will be the largest in the UK

As Spurs released new aerial pictures and renders of their new stadium, we take finally take a look at Tottenham's new £400m home, which is being built on the same extended site as their current ground.

New Tottenham Stadium

Tottenham's new stadium is built on the same site as their current stadium.

Due to be completed in time for the 2018-19 season and set to seat 61,000, a huge increase from White Hart Lane's current capacity of 36,000, the new Tottenham stadium is currently being constructed behind the North Stand of the club's current White Hart Lane home.

Interestingly, Tottenham have already announced a 10-year partnership to host two NFL games a year at the new stadium, which is due to be ready for the 2018-19 season, and chairman Levy has also said he wants an American football team to make the ground their permanent home.

In late 2016, it also emerged the club want to change the name of White Hart Lane station once their new ground is complete and they have found stadium naming rights sponsor.

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