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Inside look: Touring the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium

The doors of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium aren’t set to open until August 2018, but Real Business received an early look at the future White Hart Lane via virtual reality.
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The Sky Lounge will be found on the ninth floor of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, costing guests from £195 per person per event for access to the views in and out of the stadium

As mentioned in our previous piece, we were invited to the football club’s HQ to meet with the directors – a meeting which provided us insight on the economic and social impact the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium will have on completion.

The transformation the venue is undergoing is set to create “London’s most unique sports and entertainment destination,” as capacity will grow from 35,000 to 61,000.

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In addition to football, a host of NFL games and concerts will take place there too. And with various packages and prices available, the vision for the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium is to produce “a better stadium for everyone”.

We were taken into the club’s virtual reality lab, which has been designed to showcase just how refined the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium will be, and also onto the construction site around White Hart Lane where work is currently taking place.

Check out the video below for an inside look the site’s current progress.

During the interview, it was revealed that affordable premium packages are available for SMEs and corporate bosses alike, but for those with an appetite for the Business Class, we’ve highlighted the three most lavish options on the next page.

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Zen Terrelonge

Zen Terrelonge is the deputy editor of Real Business, specialising in media, innovation, technology and the digital sector. A media professional with eight years worth of experience he has worked for both startup and established publications.

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