Tottenham: New £750m Stadium To Feature UK’s Longest Bar, Micro-Brewery And ‘Glass Player Tunnel’ (Photos & Video)

Chris Wright

20th, January 2017



Photo: @SpursOfficial/Twitter

With work already underway, Tottenham have been excitedly demonstrating how their flashy new £750million stadium will eventually look once completed next year.

As well as featuring over 1,600 doors (which seems an odd thing to mention), the state-of-the-art ground will house Britain’s first “purpose-built, glass-walled tunnel” which will allow selected fans in the adjacent private bar a “behind-the-scenes view” of the players making their way to and from the pitch…


Photo: @SpursOfficial/Twitter

As you might have guessed, access to the ‘Tunnel Club’ won’t be cheap, with the Daily Mail positing that season tickets will come in at a whopping £19,000 for the pair.

Elsewhere, the stadium boasts a retractable playing surface as well as the UK’s biggest single-tier ‘home end’, with a capacity of 17,000.

There’s also an 86-metre long general admission bar (also the longest in the UK), a Michelin-standard restaurant and a micro-brewery.

As ever, the pertinent question is… will they still do meat pies?

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  1. Rob says:

    Just how I dress when going to the match

  2. Captain Obvious says:

    Serving Tottenham Lager. Fresh on the entry, sweet through the middle but a quick, bitter, sad ending. but there’s always next pint.

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