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British Government Approves Tottenham's Plans For New 58,000-Seat Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 14 / 14

Tottenham's plans "to build a new 58,000-capacity stadium" on a site next to its White Hart Lane home is "set to go ahead" following government approval, according to Mike Collett of REUTERS. Spurs, which have played at White Hart Lane since 1899, "hope to move into the new ground in 2017." Spurs "h...

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