It’s not just Tottenham’s players that are working hard right now to prepare for the future. The construction of the new stadium continues apace, with the club ready to move to Wembley at the end of the season, ahead of a return to N17 in 2018.

The corner of White Hart Lane between the Paxton and the Shelf is currently being removed, in order to allow the construction of the new stadium to progress. As this season goes on, the new stadium will become more prominent as it begins to loom up and above the little old Lane.

This image from the Spurs-related Twitter account @Wanyamania shows exactly what the new and old stadiums will look like at the end of the season, in May 2017.

It’s a sight to behold and though that last game at the famous old ground against Manchester United is bound to be a tearjerker, the vision of the future is an exciting one.



  1. Comment:C’monnnnnnnnnnnnn you Spursssssssss and it more awesome than I think an the scumbags would be crying right now #COYS

    • There was no need for that. He’s a Spurs fan and player. If he had NOT shared it probably it would have tken weeks if not months to be beheld. Well done Wanyama for loving everything about Spurs and also sharing it.

      • No need for what? I didn’t criticise the Wanyama account for sharing it. I’m just asking the blog writer to credit the person who spent their time actually making this graphic. What’s wrong with that?


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