Spurs finally opened their new £1billion arena on Wednesday evening after 690 days of waiting
Tottenham have finally opened their new stadium after 690 days of waiting – and it’s safe to say it was a spectacular show.
Fans were treated to a marching band belting out famous Spurs chants of years gone by and there was a stunning fireworks display to top it off.
The opening ceremony at Spurs’ new ground was spectacular Maurico Pochettino’s men got off to a winning start in their new home as goals from Heung-Min Son and Christian Eriksen sunk Crystal Palace.
But this arena is just the beginning for futuristic stadia around the globe.
As this new chapter in Spurs’ history begins, takes a look at other new grounds which will be finished soon and could rival the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the best theatre in football.
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10. Stadio Della Roma (AS Roma)
£1billion of private funding will be invested over the next three years to build this 52,000-seater stadium.
A design image of AS Roma’s future stadium 9. Feyenoord City (Feyenoord)
Capacity set to be around 63,000 for the Eredivisie outfit and it will be beautifully located on the banks of a river.
Feyenoord’s stadium in the future 8. Puskas Arena (Hungary national team)
Set to be a 67,000 capacity stadium and it is opening at the end of this year. It aims to host the Champions League Final in 2021.
This will be the new stadium for the Hungary national team 7. New National Stadium (Tokyo)
This stadium will cost in excess of £1billion and will be used by the Japanese national football team.
A look at a design of the New National Stadium from the outside 6. Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium (Everton)
The Toffees hope this 52,000-seater will be ready in 2023 with room for 15,000 safe standing seats.
Everton’s new stadium is set to be a thing of beauty 5. Grande Stade de Casablanca (Raja and Waja Casblanca)
This stadium is intended for a joint bid with Spain and Portugal at the 2030 World Cup
Spain and Portugal hope to joint-host the 2030 World Cup and this will be the main stadium 4. Lusail Iconic Stadium (Qatar national team)
This stadium will host the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar.
This stadium will host the Qatar 2022 Final 3. San Siro (AC Milan and Internazionale)
Plans are in a place for a major restructure of this iconic stadium, with a stunning modern design and better views prioritised
A stunning new design of the new San Siro stadium 2. Santiago Bernebeu (Real Madrid)
A major renovation will take place at this iconic ground in the Spanish capital.
The height of the stadium will be raised by ten metres, offering fans a 360 view of the action.
There are plans for a major renovation of the Bernebeu 1. Camp Nou (Barcelona)
The legendary Catalan stadium is set to increase to a whopping 105,000 by 2020.
Camp Nou is set to be a 105,000 capacity stadium