Mauricio Pochettino has hailed Tottenham’s new stadium as ‘the best in the world’.
Spurs will play their first fixture at the 62,062-seater venue when they host Crystal Palace on April 3, having played their home games at Wembley Stadium since the closure of White Hart Lane in 2017.
The stadium was originally scheduled to open in September, but after several delays is finally ready, and Pochettino insists the new ground will prove a ‘massive boost’ to both the fans and players.
“The stadium is amazing,” he told a presss conference ahead of his sides crunch clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.
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“It is the best in the world and we can confirm that now.
“Every single space in the stadium is the best that I have seen in my life – you can’t compare it with another.
“The fans, the players, the staff and their patience will pay off when they are there and see the reality of the project.”
“The stadium will be a massive boost for the fans and our players too.”