It is not long now until the scheduled opening of Tottenham’s new stadium.
After months of delays, Spurs are set to play their first game in the new 62,062-seater stadium on Wednesday, April 3, when Crystal Palace will be their opponents.
But before that, Spurs are required to hold two Test Event matches with increasing levels of attendances, in order to obtain a formal safety certificate for fixtures to be held at the new stadium.
The first of those is this weekend, with Spurs’ U18 side set to take on Southampton in an U18 Premier League match on Sunday, March 24, with the capacity in the region of 30,000.
Then on Saturday, March 30, the stadium will play host to a Tottenham Hotspur Legends match, with an expected capacity of 45,000.
Tickets for the events went on sale to supporters on Monday, but not all have yet been sold for the test events, with some fans complaining earlier this week of problems with the website when trying to book tickets.
And ahead of the game on Sunday, the club have posted a message on social media to confirm that tickets are still available for season ticket holders and One Hotspur members.
Meanwhile, Spurs striker Harry Kane has also sent a message on Twitter to supporters ahead of the game, as can be seen below.
Kane posted the message while away on international duty with England, with the Three Lions set to face Czech Republic at Wembley on Friday in their first Euro 2020 qualifier, before facing Montenegro away from home on Monday.
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