The latest pictures of Tottenham’s new stadium shows there’s plenty of work left to do with less than a month to go before the start of the new season.
The Premier League club are expected to hold a test event with a reduced capacity next month.
Spurs would then need to host another test event with close to full capacity of 62,000 to get a safety certificate.
Tottenham’s new pitch looks like a giant sand pit as work continues on the retractable surface
Sand currently covers the area which will have a grass pitch sitting over an artificial surface
North London rivals Arsenal held an open training session and an open day for shareholders before hosting Dennis Bergkamp’s testimonial.
The state-of-the-art stadium is due to hold its first Premier League fixture on September 15 when Liverpool are the visitors.
The match has been selected for live television coverage by Sky Sports and kick-off moved forward to 12.30pm.
More seats are being fitted after a mistake with the dye meant 15,000 had to be ripped out
The first scheduled test event is due to take place at White Hart Lane next month
The only confirmed fixture so far is the NFL encounter between Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders on October 14.
Tottenham plan to play their opening league fixture of the season — against Fulham on August 18 — at Wembley, their temporary home during the redevelopment of White Hart Lane last season.
Things haven’t run too smoothly for Tottenham recently though after they were forced to rip out 15,000 seats at their new £1billion ground because they were mistakenly installed without a protective pigment.
Workers were meant to add a pigment to the navy blue dye that coloured the seats but accidentally left it out making them vulnerable to bad weather
The Tottenham club motto ‘To dare is to do’ installed on the exterior of their new stadium
The finishing touches are applied ahead of its grand opening in the middle of September
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