Everyone at Tottenham is getting excited about their new stadium.
The team has announced they will be playing at Wembley next season while the new arena is built around their current White Hart Lane home.
Here are the craziest additions:
Yep. According to the Guardian, the exclusive ‘H Club’ will include an option for clients to “select their own specially sourced half-time cheeses”.
That comte won’t come cheap, though as joining fee for the H Club is £15,000 and members must buy two tickets when they sign up, so better get saving for that £30k.
Members of the H Club will also be able to watch the players congregate in the tunnel as the prepare to head out for kick-off behind a giant glass wall.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino isn’t 100% sure about it: “Dangerous, dangerous,” is how he described the plans to let fans take a peak behind the curtain.
NWHT will include the world’s first stadium micro-brewery with a beer delivery system pouring up to 10,000 pints a minute.
Spurs will have their own in-house bakery at the new stadium which will “produce artisan breads and pastries for every food outlet in the stadium, ranging from general admission areas to boxes.”
The Sky Lounge
From about £230 a game, there are two “Sky Lounges” running nine floors above on each side of the pitch offering “panoramic views both within and outside the stadium”.
It’s not just football that will be played at the New White Hart Lane, there is an agreement to play two NFL games there in the 2018-19 season.
The ground is also expected to have a retractable pitch for up to 16 non-football events a year, including music concerts.
And those concerts will be decent. The stadium has been designed by architect Populous, which has also consulted with acoustics experts who work on U2 concerts to help maximise noise levels.
As part of the Premier Seats package – which start at £89 per person per match and go up to £214 – fans can enjoy heated seats.
USB ports in seats
Yep those fans in the Premium Seats will be able to charge their phones during the game to avoid running out of battery.
Which let’s face it is the most annoying thing about going to watch football these days.
The longest bar in the UK
It will be 86.8 metres long and hopefully eradicate that scramble for a half-time pint.