Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the home of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and the largest club stadium in London with a capacity of 62,850.
Opened in April, 2019, the stadium is designed to maximise the supporter experience and brings fans closer to the pitch than at any comparable size stadium in the UK - distances from the front row to the touchline range from just 4.9 metres to 7.9 metres.
Our 17,500-seat, single-tier South Stand is the largest in the UK and stands at more than 34 metres in height - on top of which sits the Club's famous golden cockerel.
Tottenham Hotspur is Premier League's greenest club and the stadium is powered by 100% renewable energy, with a zero waste-to-landfill policy, a reusable beer cup scheme and a wide range of public transport options.
The Game Is About Glory.
The words of the 1961 Double-winning captain Danny Blanchflower reverberate around Tottenham Hotspur and everything the Club does, to this day and into the future.
Spurs are about playing with flair, style and passion. Players, coaches, staff and fans – moving forward, together as one.
Hungry and progressive, Spurs built a brand new world-class Training Centre and moved into an outstanding, modern new Stadium, overlapping the site of White Hart Lane, where we played our home games for 118 years.