Tottenham Hotspur has started the installation of seats in their new stadium situated in London. The North London team is expected to move in their new stadium that has a capacity of 62,000 at the start of next season. They have been using Wembley as their temporary home stadium this season.

The Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has stated that the new stadium will be known as the Tottenham Hotspur stadium until they can find a suitable sponsor for the naming rights, whilst it is expected to be opened with a friendly match against Italian football Giants Juventus. He said that this is a proud moment in the history of the club and they want to make sure that each fan enjoys it.

The new stadium will contain many modern features such as LED Lighting on the outer shell which will allow it to glow in a lovely blue color during the evening matches.

Daniel Levy said that Tottenham Hotspur is an ambitious club and that the new stadium is a step in the right direction. He said that this will allow them to cope with the big European club in terms of wages and also attract the best players in the game, with the likes of Marco Veratti, currently plying his trade for PSG in the French football league hotly tipped to join.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is not the only football stadium that will be ready this year. Many stadiums are also being built and renovated in Russia for the upcoming World Cup.

Latest reports state that all the World Cup 2018 stadiums are nearing completion and will be ready for the start of the competition. Russia said that they want to welcome fans in the best condition and said that they are working hard to make sure that the football stadiums are fitted with the latest features.

It’s not long before the World’s best players, including the last World Cup’s finalists Argentina and Germany, line up for the World Cup – with the Germans again being forecast as one of the main contenders on the back of the growing strength in depth of the Bundesliga.

The organizing committee said that the stadiums will also provide the latest security features to ensure that fans can watch football in the best conditions.