Tottenham Hotspurs has been forced to postpone their migration from their temporary home Wembley Stadium to their new venue because of challenges in ground safety systems. On 13th August they approached the FA to renew their contract to continue using the national stadium for 2018/19 Premier League and European season. The club expects the $1.088 billion or £850 million new stadia capable of hosting 62,062 fans to be ready by the end of October. Today, going by the cost of this new Tottenham venue, we want to look at seven costliest stadiums in the World today.
7. Aviva Stadium – $460 Million
Aviva Stadium is one of the few stadiums in Europe that is able to hold both football and rugby matches. The Republic of Ireland plays all their home matches here. The Ireland venue is able to allow at least 51,700 fans. The government needed $460 million to construct the stadium.
6. National Stadium, Warsaw – $570 Million
Like in Ukraine, Warsaw stadium was constructed to host Euro 2012 matches. The Polish fans have watched Robert Lewandowski score some fantastic goals here in recent years. It is the sixth most expensive Stadium in Europe. The government spent $570 million to construct the 58,145 seater capacity national venue.
5. Emirates Stadium – $740 Million
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Arsenal has one of the most beautiful stadiums in Europe. This greatness might soon be challenged by neighbours Tottenham Hotspurs because they constructing a brand new stadium. Emirates Stadium has a capacity of 60,272. Tottenham Hotspurs will be the biggest club home in London because it will be able to host 62,062 fans.
4. Fisht Olympic Stadium – $779 Million
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This stadium was constructed to host 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Sochi Russia. It multi-purpose venue was transformed this year to host FIFA World Cup 2018 matches. The most memorable clash in the venue ended 3-3 between Spain and Portugal.