Last week saw the opening of the magnificent brand new Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium. Making it one of the most iconic and high tech sports stadium in the world and easily the most impressive in London.
The 61,599 capacity stadium has it all, from its 17,500 single tired stand, contactless only payments, in house bakery, brewery and multiple food outlets.
One thing that has really blown us away is the high tech drainage system that has been put in place. With any modern day structure, drainage has to be watertight. If you’ve seen the pictures of the toilets within the stadium you will already know the club has spared no expense, some are saying they are the finest in North London.
The drainage hasn’t always been plain sailing for the stadium developers. In August last year burst water pipes, and drainage issues played a major part in delaying the opening of the showpiece arena.
Thankfully, that is now in the past and the water issues have been rectified. With multiple high profile events to come to this part of London for the next 100 years or so. It’s safe to say it will have a drainage system that will forever be the silent and most important part of this impressive stadium and won’t be the only world class superstar to perform on a match day.