Tottenham agree extension to Wembley stay

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Tottenham will continue to play ‘home’ fixtures at Wembley this season, but attendances will be capped at 51,000, the club have confirmed.

Spurs were scheduled to move into their new White Hart Lane stadium in September, but are still waiting for a completion date after a series of construction delays.

“Whilst Wembley National Stadium Ltd has been able to assign us a number of full capacity games, the restriction on the number of full capacity events available to WNSL each year means that our remaining Premier League fixtures after Chelsea will be capped at 51,000 unless otherwise advised,” read a club statement on their website.

“As a contingency measure to ensure we can stage our matches whilst we await certainty on the exact opening date of our new stadium, the club has reached agreement with WNSL to host any additional home games that we may have to play at Wembley Stadium.”

Tottenham said WNSL will submit a planning application to Brent Council for increased attendances of 62,000, “with additional limited exceptions at 90,000”.

The club added they hoped to provide an update on their new stadium in early December.




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