Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Dare Skywalk Experience

Tottenham Hotspur is a football club that plays in the Premier League. The Tottenham Hotspur stadium is located in the Tottenham district of north London. With a capacity of 62,850, it is the largest football stadium in London and the 3th largest in the United Kingdom. In addition to football, the stadium is sometimes used for Rugby, American Football and Boxing matches.

history of the stadium

Until 2019, Tottenham Hotspur always played its games at White Hart Lane. The newly built stadium is next to White Hart Lane which was Tottenham Hotspur’s home ground for 118 years. The new stadium was officially opened on April 3, 2019 and the first Premier League match was played immediately after the opening. In this game, Tottenham won 2-0 against Crystal Palace. The very first goal in the new stadium was scored by Son Heung-Min.


the stadium is multifunctional and can also be used for concerts. When concerts take place, the grass is removed. The concert then can take place on the surface underneath. The grass is moved using rails that also lie on the surface. Since the opening of the stadium, there have been several concerts. Guns & Roses, Lady Gaga and Rudimental have already performed here.

Dare Skywalk and Dare Skywalk Edge

The Tottenham Hotspur stadium has a special attraction: The Dare Skywalk. The Dare Skywalk is a 90 minute trip to the top of the stadium. You are wearing safety clothing and are secured. When you reach the top, great views of London and the stadium await you. The most exciting part is yet to come, a trip above the stadium while walking over a transparent bridge. The bridge is curved around the golden rooster on a ball, the mascotte of the club. The bridge and the rooster are visible in the picture on top of this article.

It’s also possible to descend from the stadium from a height of 42 meters, this is called the Dare Skywalk Edge. You can choose to descend towards the stadium, but the real thrill seekers of course choose to descend with the face out.

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how do you get there?

underground station Tottenham Hale.
from here it’s a 25 minute walk to the stadium.

trainstation White Hart Lane.
from here it’s a 5 minute walk to the stadium.
trains to white hart lane depart from liverpool street trainstation.


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