Tottenham Hotspur make their Premier League debut at their new stadium tonight as they host Crystal Palace. With a capacity of 62;062 places; the state-of-the-art enclosure promises fan experience enriched.
As in most stadiums in England; the front row fans are seated very close to the pitch; 4.9 meters for the South Stand. The latter will be the largest in the UK with a seating capacity of 17;500. The fans can also cool off at this point in the stadium “Goal Line Bar”; with 65 meters the longest bar in Europe!
Tottenham’s new stadium has the longest bar in Europe
In this new phase The beer is poured from the bottom of the mug. Something that surprises and arouses the curiosity of the fans.
Tottenham are cash-free at their new stadium; offering a 100% cashless experience.
Another record is that of the largest club shop in Europe at just over 2;100 m2 (23;000 SQ FT). Fans have a choice of 60 destinations for dining. To access it; you must use one of the 7 escalators; 32 elevators; or 4;155 steps. Another impressive number is the number of TV screens installed in the stadium; more than 1800.
New Tottenham Stadium: a nice VIP fan experience
In order to boost their revenues; the Tottenham club will use their new infrastructure to impress their customers. We are thinking of them in particular Tunnel Club”. A hospitality offer that offers the opportunity to see the players in the tunnel leading to the pitch; a glass wall separating the tunnel from this VIP area. A feat that can already be found at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester City. In Bordeaux; it’s under their feet that Girondins fans can see the players in the Matmut Atlantique tunnel.
In addition to this closer-to-player experience; customers of The Tunnel Club service will have access Seats directly behind Spurs substitutes; sit comfortably in Recaro seats.
A little further up in the stadium; the 4th floor also offers a variety of hospitality options. “On Four” therefore offers 3 types of services with “The Suites”; “The H Club” and “The Loge” with starred menus.
Other VIP services are also provided by Tottenham’s commercial teams. The call price? From £126 per person per game.
Conceived as a real place of life that revolves all year round; the stadium also offers cafes; a hotel; a museum; stadium tours and other attractions such as -Sky Walk–; which allows access to the roof of the stadium at a height of 40 m.
Let’s add that the club has also set up an art gallery in its stadium (Level 1 West). A place that exhibits the work of many local artists.
Keep in mind that the new stadium will also host Tottenham’s football games nfl games; Saracen rugby matches under a 5 year contract or even concerts. With an estimated total cost of over £1bn; will the club see a quick return on its investment? At the moment; no official announcement has been made regarding a possible naming of the stadium. In these last few weeks The club denied an agreement with Nike and a possible “Nike Stadium”.
« It is very likely that we will face an Arsenal-like situation where stadium reimbursement will be the priority in financial decisions. spurs »; comments Rob Wilson; Sport Economist at Sheffield Hallam University; at l»AFP.
To accompany the fans in their discovery of the new stadium; The Club launches its new mobile application. For example; thanks to geolocation and viewer information; it is possible to access a pedestrian GPS that will guide you to your seat; toilets or other points of interest such as restaurants and bars.
Introducing the must-have Spurs Official App; available in time for the big kick-off at our new home!
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 2; 2019
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 3; 2019
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