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White Hart Lane: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

Spurs moved to White Hart Lane in 1899 and brought a few stands from their previous ground to the site that had been rented from a brewery.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Friday, 01.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

For 118 years, White Hart Lane was the home of Tottenham Hotspur. However, in 2017 it was demolished to make way for a brand new stadium. Spurs moved to White Hart Lane in 1899 and rented the new site from a brewery. They brought a few mobile stands with them from the old ground.

The stadium was originally known as Northumberland Park and was home to Tottenham Hotspur FC from 1882 to 1899. The stadium underwent a £148 million redevelopment which was completed in September 2016. The new structure has the largest seating capacity in the UK with a capacity of 54,000. The White Hart Lane Stadium officially opened on 4 September 1899 with a match between Tottenham Hotspur and Notts County (4-1). The stadium was originally known as Northumberland Park and was home to Tottenham Hotspur FC from 1882 to 1899. In September 2016, the White Hart Lane Stadium underwent a £148 million redevelopment which saw the construction of a new structure with the largest seating capacity in the UK.

The ground was rapidly expanded over the following six years with a covered main stand and then wooden and banked terraces, which resulted in a capacity of about 40,000 by 1905.

Renovations continued in the next decade when first Archibald Leitch was hired to design a new main stand, and a few years later a new covered East Stand was built. This got the stadium its rectangular shape and increased capacity to about 50,000 places.

White Hart Lane was expanded in the early 1920s when two new covered terraces were built at both ends. In 1934, the East Stand was further developed and enlarged, resulting in a capacity of 80,000 people.

This was an increase of 5,847 spectators from the previous season. The largest attendance of the season was against Liverpool on 24 October 1938 with a total of 93,325 spectators in attendance. A record crowd of 75,038 attended a match between Tottenham and Sunderland at White Hart Lane in 1938. This is an increase of 5,847 spectators from the previous season. The largest attendance of the season was against Liverpool on 24 October 1938 with a total of 93,325 spectators in attendance.

By the 1990s, the only part of the stadium that had not been modified was the East Stand which served as a general admission area. By 2009, most of the seating had been removed and the only remaining parts were the goalposts and crossbar. Since 1960, when seating was removed from part of the terraces in order to create more seats, capacity at the stadium has slowly decreased. The only remaining section of seating is in the East Stand, which is open to everyone. By 2009, most of the seating had been removed and only goalposts and crossbar remained.

The old stand at the football stadium was finally demolished in 1980 and replaced by a new, all-seater stand that opened in 1982.

Additions to the stadium since then have been primarily in the form of new restrooms, a new press box, and a new scoreboard. In 1998, a second tier was added to the Paxton Road Members Stand at the stadium. Since then, additions have been made primarily in the form of new restrooms, a new press box, and a new scoreboard.

However, Spurs remained a relatively small ground, and so the club began looking into various options to create a larger home, including expanding White Hart Lane, building a new stadium in its place, or even moving to the London Olympic Stadium.

The club eventually settled on building a new 62,000-seater stadium in place of White Hart Lane. Plans were first presented in 2008, but multiple delays meant that construction of the new arena did not start until 2016. During the 2016-17 season parts of White Hart Lane were demolished to allow for the construction of the new stadium adjacent to the old one, and at the end of the season the stadium closed permanently and soon after got demolished.

After having played their home games at Wembley Stadium for over a season, Spurs moved into their new home near the end of the 2018-19 season.

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