- The Tottenham Hotspurs have finally opened gates at their brand-new stadium
- Extensive renovation work was undertaken at the new state-of-the-art facility
- Reports have now revealed that the new stadium will include toilets for dogs
Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspurs, have ushered in a new era after the club opening doors to their renovated White Hart Lane stadium.
According to reports, the new stadium that boasts modern features will see the club spend a whopping R19 billion (£1 billion) on the renovations.
The stadium has been touted as the best in the Premier League as it highlights mind-boggling features, including the world's first ever retractable pitch.
In another move to ensure it stands out as a modern stadium, it has emerged the facility will also have toilets for dogs installed.
For fans with disabilities who attend, assistance dogs will have exclusive areas in two separate corners of the stadium where the pooches can relieve themselves.
Meanwhile, Spurs have been using Wembley Stadium for their home matches for months now since renovations commenced at White Hart Lane.
The senior side is scheduled to host their first Premier League fixture at the facility against Crystal Palace on Wednesday, 6 April.
They currently sit third on the Premier League standings with 61 points, one better than fourth-placed Arsenal.
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