Tottenham Hotspur New Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur opened its newly imposing stadium with a Premier League game against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
The newly-constructed stadium has a capacity of 62,062 and replaces the erstwhile stadium White Hart Lane.
Today, PlugTimes.com Sports desk takes football lovers on a tour in, and around this beautiful stadium which costs £1 billion.
It has an enclosed asymmetric bowl shape.
It is about 48m high, 250m long on its north-south axis and about 200 metres wide east to west.
There are 9 floors in the northern section above the basement, and 5 floors in the south, with a gross internal area of 119,945 m2.
The roof is a cable net structure with a circumference of 720 metres.
The pitch is lit by 324 LED floodlights, arranged in 54 groups of six and attached to the columns of the roofing system.
There are four large LED screens inside the stadium, the two on the south side are the largest of any stadium in Western Europe.
There are also two facade video displays on the outside of the stadium, three tiers of LED ribbon displays inside, and nearly 1,800 video screens in and around the stadium..
The stadium has a standard dimension of 105m x 68m, same in size as the pitches at Old Trafford and Wembley stadium
Video(s) Credit: Tottenham Hotspur, Footsports TV | YouTube.com
Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com
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