Tottenham Player WAGs cause Spurs to spend more millions on stadium

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Spurs moved into the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium late last season. The team played their first match in the new 60,000 capacity stadium on April 3. The club painstakingly spent £1 Billion on building the ground that replaces the old White Hart Lane stadium. Most people were excited and pleased when they visited the new home of Spurs, but the WAGs of Spurs players? Well, they didn’t exactly love what they got.

The stadium introduced several new concepts to fans and enthusiasts, being state of the art and overwhelmingly expensive. The stadium is now the second biggest in England after United’s and even bigger than The Emirates, giving fans bragging right in town.

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The new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the best in England

As listed in Sky‘s comprehensive article on the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, it has the following facilities:

  • 65 food and drink outlets
  • Microbrewery
  • The Goal Line Bar- longest in Europe (65 metres)
  • Micheline star chefs
  • NFL matches

Now, if you’re a proper football fan, you’d wonder what more could I ask for? We’ve got the food, the drinks- even the longest bar, and an American sport that I don’t know if I want to watch. There’s even proper football being played here.

You didn’t ask the ladies what more you could ask for. Especially the players WAGs who are regularly at the stadium with their boyfriends or husbands. They’ve found fault in the stadium’s VIP lounge and soon Bulldozers will be working at the stadium during the off-season to remedy their concerns and it’s bound to cost at least £1 million.

The Lounge at the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium currently boasts of most thinks you’d associate with a Lounge: comfortable seating, huge television panels and gourmet meals. But the WAGs feel it’s small and not good enough. However, they can’t solely be blamed. As Spurs shifted the opening date of the stadium from September to April 3, the finish was done in a hurry. The club was always going to be working again on parts of the new stadium once the season was over.

Now that it is, the club will heed to the WAGs and give them exactly what they want: a big, fat Lounge.


Karan is the Chief Content Officer at Limit Infinity and has been been one of the major force behind our football communities. As an ardent Chelsea fan, he regularly contributes to Chelsea Season and A biotech graduate, He loves for football, cricket, wrestling. and music. You can connect with him me Twitter and LinkedIn

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