White Hart Lane Stadium, London
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Been a low class stadium for years. The move is long long overdue. Home "Fans" have looked at the Emirates with pure jealousy since it was built and Highbury before that... Rightly so, even Crystal Pa... read more »
Took my daughter & grandchildren to a game and it was awesome. Would highly recommend for a day out, to watch a proper game of football.
Although maybe a bit bias,this is a great ground for atmosphere,the pitch is close to the players hence a very good atmosphere can be very noisy especially if spurs are winning,drinks and food can be ... read more »
Excellent stadium, great store, if you can try the guided stadium store - it's really worth it. New stadium being built on site now, can't wait for it to be completed. Best fans in the league, if not Europe. Only one team in North London. #COYS #YIDARMY
Robert A Burrows
Great stadium there fans very nice. Austraila bloke talk load rubbish very good stadium build on history. Only problem with london no one english anymore over price city no onr speak english it joke my country now.
Tottenham one of the shifty clubs of the premier League, I'm from Australia where the spurs fans don't exist even thought they try to tour Sydney last year and will be in ICC this year in The MCG they not popular in fact there more gooners, city, red devils and liverpool fans here please don't come to Australia. only uk fans come to watch then in Australia for cheap but not worth the trip...
Home of the Spurs, they are building a new stadium next too (and soon to be on top of) the old stadium, so lots of construction going on. Fan shop still open and had quite a few sales and discounts on various items. New stadium will be quite fantastic when it is done in 2 years time, but until then a lot of construction and some disruption of normal activities. Spurs will continue to play in their current stadium 1 more season, then move to Wembley for 1 year, then return to their new stadium built in the same location as the old/
I went to watch spurs first team play against the African U11's and unfortunately I was seated with a rather disappointing view. If you look at the 20 worst seats in football history you will understand my disappointment. Me and the other disease ridden African U11's faithful were watching on and I must admit the architectural ideas that went into the pillar are as imaginative as Tottenham's performance against West Ham last night. I suppose on the plus side there were sparks of quality from good old Kunta Kinte on the left wing. Apart from that I have been in nicer seats in the centre of Margate.
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