Tag: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium


Firemen quickly douse Spurs’ home fire

Fire at Tottenham Stadium

Firefighters were called to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (UK) on the morning of September 1st, but there were no reported injuries as 300 people were evacuated. The ‘Sky Sports’ stated that the London Fire Brigade said in a statement that the scene was quickly brought under control once people... » Read more


Spurs’ sleek home to host boxing greats’ bout

Tottenham Stadium will host boxing fight

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been officially confirmed as the venue for Anthony Joshua’s world heavyweight title clash with Oleksandr Usyk. The ‘Evening Standard’ stated that over 60,000 fans are expected to descend at Spurs’ chic £1 billion home when Joshua defends his International... » Read more


Art oeuvre through OOF lens in Spurs home

Art Gallery at Tottenham Stadium

Euro 2020 which is presently underway has come like a breath of fresh air for a ‘cooped up’ world debilitated by COVID-19 which continues its seesaw in several parts of the globe as the Delta variant of the virus continues to devastate. Though most of the cultural venues across the world... » Read more


NFL matchups to be back in London this year

Tottenham stadium to host NFL games 2021

The National Football League (NFL) (US) announced on May 12th that it will return to playing International Series Games in 2021, with two games to be held at London’s (UK) Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. ‘NFL’ stated that the NFL team Atlanta Falcons will host the New York Jets on October 10th and... » Read more


Dare Skywalk to (Spur) visitors to (Dare)

Tottenham Stadium Dare Skywalk

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’s (in North London) Dare Skywalk visitor attraction is due to open at the end of August and promises to send visitors into delirious delight. The Dare Skywalk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be open to the public from August 31, 2020. This adrenaline-pumping, 90-minute... » Read more


Will Amazon pull Spurs back from the edge?

Tottenham & Amazon naming rights

E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly showing interest in acquiring naming rights to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London (UK) in a deal that could be worth up to £25m (€28.7m/$31.2m) a season. It is reported that the Spurs are also in deep financial trouble and if the deal is through it can pull... » Read more


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