A brand new stadium: The key to success?

The £1billion stadium opened it’s doors to fans on April 3 after almost two seasons of waiting

Another campaign ends in the Premier League after a series of surprises, but the season has not ended for Tottenham Hotspur, the Lilywhites are still to play their first ever Champions League final on June 1st.

Spurs played two Champions league ties at the new stadium to help them reach their first ever final

The North London side finished fourth in the Premier League this season and fans have said they are satisfied with just a top four finish, even if they fail to win the Champions League. It is safe to say that the majority of Spurs fans did not expect much coming into this season given their absence in the transfer window for a whole season, their last signing was Lucas Moura in January 2018, who single handedly led Spurs through the Champions League semi-final.

Have Tottenham had a successful season given their lack of activity in the transfer window?

Tottenham have had their sights set on the Premier League title for the past few seasons but they have always had a reputation for falling at the last hurdle. Coming back from a three goal deficit in Amsterdam to score three goals in 45 minutes to send them through to the Champions League final, proves how they are capable of reaching the level required for silverware, their new stadium could certainly be the final piece of the jigsaw.

The stadium holds 62,062 fans, making it the largest Premier League ground in London

Spurs moved out of 35,000 seater White Hart Lane at the end of the 2017/18 season and signed off undefeated at home in the Premier League, finishing second in the table. With nearly double the capacity in their new stadium, Tottenham could definitely be in reach of the title in the future.

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