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YouTube: Never Built Premier League Stadiums
Welcome to our latest video where we explore the fascinating world of never-built Premier League stadiums. Join us as we delve into the history and designs of various ambitious stadium projects that were planned but never materialized.
London: Tottenham stadium among world’s priciest
Initial price estimates were very modest compared to how much London’s newest stadium will cost when delivered. With $1.12 billion it will join the most expensive stadia worldwide.
New design: Tottenham reveal their vision
They say it’s just updated, but it’s an entirely new concept of the planned new stadium. 61,000 seats is just the tip of changes done to the initial bid from 2007.
London: Tottenham to increase planned stadium?
Latest amendment to the Tottenham stadium scheme includes capacity increase from 56,000 upwards. How many seats will be added? This depends on local council.
London: Works around White Hart Lane ongoing
There was no official ceremony, because groundbreaking didn’t take place at White Hart Lane. Yet around the stadium it’s a different story…
London: Tottenham to break ground this summer?
In early June the most awaited moment recently should happen: last plot in the place of future stadium will be handed over. Will Tottenham Hotspur launch construction then?
London: Gave up after 12 years, Tottenham moves forward!
For over a decade the Josif family were unable to reach an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur. Now they finally agreed to relocate, giving the final green light for the new 56,000-capacity stadium.
London: Tottenham closer to their desired stadium?
Last business standing in the way of the 56,000-seater suffered from another blow. Archway’s appeal against compulsory purchase order was rejected. But the company may still delay the stadium.
London: First phase of Tottenham’s project ready
Not the stadium itself yet, but the large office building north of the site is ready. It took over two years from start to finish and will now hold Tottenham Hotspur offices, among other uses.
London: Tottenham’s ordeal a month longer
After years of waiting a month shouldn’t make that much of a difference. But every small delay makes Tottenham’s plan of opening new stadium in 2017 at serious risk.
London: Tottenham’s uncomfortable neighbours up in flames
It’s the single company that refused to sell and has been effectively blocking Tottenham’s new stadium for a decade. Last night it went up in flames.
London: Tottenham awards foundation works contract
First construction agreement was reached for the new Tottenham stadium. M Anderson Construction will carry out foundation level, but only when the Archway case is resolved.
London: Wenger warns Spurs – new stadium is a challenge
Ahead of today’s derby Arsenal manager confirms there is no other way for Tottenham than a larger stadium if they want to be successful. That said, he also warns that it’s a huge challenge and a burden for years.
London: Another blow for Tottenham, reaching deadline „extremely unlikely”
The club confirmed what many fans already knew well – opening the new stadium in time for the 2017/18 season is “extremely unlikely”. Archway again refuses to relocate.
London: Tottenham allowed to build after long wait
It’s the most anticipated decision in Tottenham – not only the club, but perhaps the whole district. Last local business blocking the area’s redevelopment scheme will now be forced to sell.
London: Tottenham still waiting, local business anxious
It’s been over 90 weeks since the notion to grant compulsory purchase order for one business standing in the way of new stadium. Usually decisions like these are handled within 10-11 weeks.
London: Tottenham confirm potential temporary relocation
Initially planned as a phased development allowing the use of White Hart Lane, Tottenham’s new stadium may force a relocation for the club. Three potential temporary homes were named.
London: Tottenham's stadium blocked by... Tottenham's supporter
Josif has been going to Spurs games since he was twelve. Most of his siblings are Tottenham fans as well, but it's their business on Paxton Road that stands in the way of the new stadium. And they don't consider backing down.
London: Tottenham to break ground in 2015?
After years of waiting construction is still a distant dream, but Tottenham Hotspur hope to launch their tender in late 2014. This would make a mid-2017 opening feasible.