Tottenham To Open New Stadium In April

Tottenham To Open New Stadium In April

Although ahead of the ongoing season, it was expected that they will move into their refurbished home.

The test events at the new stadium will see Tottenham Under-18s play Southampton on March 24 before a Legends match on 30 March.

Since the start of last season, Crystal Palace have won 19 penalties in the Premier League, six more than any other side.

Who their first opponents are hinges on Brighton's FA Cup campaign.

This will ensure Spurs play one Premier League game before their Champions League quarter-final home leg.

On beinSports the two pundits of Keys & Gray were granted the opportunity to reveal the official name of the new stadium after reporting on an official UEFA inspection of the ground.

But a series of delays involving safety and security measures have forced Tottenham to use Wembley as their temporary home for a second successive season. The arena will operate with a capacity of 30,000 for the under-18s match and 45,000 for the Legends match.

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The stadium will also host the quarter-final match of Uefa Champions league.

The new ground is expected to cost around £750m and will also stage National Football League games to boost further economic terms.

The ever-reliable Milivojevic converted the penalty for the 17th time as a Palace player, before Knockaert had the final say, as Brighton registered back-to-back league victories for the first time this year to join Palace on 33 points in the standings.

The new 62,000-capacity stadium, costing a reported £850 million ($1.1 billion) will then host a Premier League match against Palace on April 3 or against Brighton on the weekend of April 6 and 7.

Tottenham are now third in the Premier League and are next in action on Saturday, away to Southampton.

The Champions League quarter-finals will be played on April 9/10 and 16/17, with Spurs progressing after completing a 4-0 aggregate win over Borussia Dortmund this week.