Tottenham reveal their first match for new 62,000 capacity stadium

Florence Fletcher
March 9, 2019

Should the club be granted its safety certificates after these games, their first home game could be the league game against Brighton which is now scheduled for April 7.

Two successful test events with increasing levels of capacity are required to be played for the stadium to receive a safety certificate from Haringey Council.

The new stadium will then stage a Premier League match between Spurs and Palace on 3 April or against Brighton on the weekend of 6/7 April, subject to Chris Hughton's side's progress in the FA Cup.

'Of course I would come back to Spain, I'm always open to new experiences and projects'.

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.

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Spurs had been scheduled to move to the 62,000-capacity stadium, built on the site of the old White Hart Lane, at the start of the season but construction has been heavily delayed.

"If we can maybe make it again in the Europa cup, I think it would be the same as Tottenham winning the Premier League".

The arrangement has been made following discussions between Spurs, the Premier League and UEFA, to ensure they host a league game at the new ground before their Champions League quarter-final.

Tottenham Hotspur have released details of two test events to take place at their new stadium, paving the way for the venue to stage its first competitive game in April. These have now been confirmed by a statement, which also provided information about the first game the club's first team are likely to play in the stadium.

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