Tottenham’s new stadium continues to take shape


Joe Strange for MailOnline


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Alex Miller For Mail On Sunday

The construction of Tottenham’s new stadium has reached another milestone after all four stands were joined up.

The final spaces between the stands were closed this week as the club prepare to install the compression ring – a steel ring at the top of the structure – on which the roof will be supported.

Spurs announced the news by revealing more images of the impressive building process, which is expected to be completed in time for the club to move in for the 2018-19 Premier League season.

All of the gaps between the four stands of Tottenham's new stadium have now been joined up by construction workers

All of the gaps between the four stands of Tottenham's new stadium have now been joined up by construction workers

All of the gaps between the four stands of Tottenham’s new stadium have now been joined up by construction workers

The north London club will move into their new 61,000 seat home ahead of the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season

The north London club will move into their new 61,000 seat home ahead of the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season

The north London club will move into their new 61,000 seat home ahead of the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season

A compression ring - which is a huge steel ring on which the stadium's roof will be supported - can now be installed 

A compression ring - which is a huge steel ring on which the stadium's roof will be supported - can now be installed 

A compression ring – which is a huge steel ring on which the stadium’s roof will be supported – can now be installed 

The cost of Tottenham's new stadium has risen from £400million to £1billion, making it the most expensive in Europe

The cost of Tottenham's new stadium has risen from £400million to £1billion, making it the most expensive in Europe

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