Premier League may force Spurs to keep playing at Wembley if there are more delays

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The Londoners were due to be in their new home for the start of this season but have been hit by numerous delays

Tottenham Hotspur will have to play their remaining home matches at Wembley if there is another delay in moving to their new stadium.

Spurs were originally due to move into the new White Hart Lane for the start of this season before initially being put back to September.

The initial concept image for the new stadium

On Wednesday, the club announced that their £1billion new ground will not be ready to use in February, which had been their latest revised target.

Premier League bosses have sanctioned the delay, which has meant another three domestic games being moved to Wembley.

Tottenham’s ground was first supposed to open in September 2018

Tottenham’s ground was first supposed to open in September 2018

However, according to The Sun, they will not be so accommodating if they are forced to postpone the move again.

The club’s first home match in March is the north London derby against Arsenal, but that is also unlikely to be played at the new stadium due to safety reasons.


The club remain confident that they will move into their new 62,000-seat arena this season, with the home game against Crystal Palace in the middle of March the targeted new date for its opening.

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