Tottenham stadium safety issues move Liverpool & Cardiff fixtures to Wembley

Kristopher Nichols
August 17, 2018

Tottenham is going to change their home stadium this year to a new stadium called Tottenham Hotspur stadium which will be ready for the team to play in September against Liverpool.

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Spurs' home match against Cardiff City on October 6 will also be staged at Wembley, where the club spent all of last season while work on the new ground was carried out.

And the club eventually confirmed that, after recent tests carried out on the stadium, they have had to review the situation and accept a later move.

Tottenham will now have to play at least three home league games at Wembley.

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"Urgent follow up meetings" with contractors will take place and after "re-testing and rectifying" they would be in a better position to release a revised timetable for when the club might be able to move into its new home.

Site sources have been in constant contact with the Enquirer warning that the stadium would not be ready for the first planned Premier League game against Liverpool on September 15. As a result of the delays, test events scheduled for August 27 and September 1 have been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said: "We know this will be disappointing for all our season tickets holders, premium members and our fans worldwide".

Spurs' statement concluded: "Both domestic and European cup game venues will be determined following discussions with the relevant organising bodies".

National Football League vice-president Mark Waller said that he "totally understood the issue" and would continue to work with Spurs to make future games a "huge success".

Spurs are yet to confirm where they will play their home match against Manchester City on October 28, while they will speak to UEFA before disclosing their plans for Champions League group matches.

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