'Finally', 'Staggering': Some Spurs fans are lost for words as club post 'major' announcement
Tottenham might not be winning much on the pitch, but the awards continue to come in for the stadium since its opening in 2019.
Spurs this week announced on their official website that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium had claimed another accolade. This time from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
As per the club’s statement, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been named as one of the winners of the annual award. Spurs’ new state-of-the-art home has won multiple achievement in the past 24 months.
The 61,000-seat stadium is the largest in the Premier League in London and the second-largest overall in the divison. With the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium so new, it has won plenty of plaudits from supporters.
Yet the years spent at the stadium have yet to produce success on the field. Since moving into their new home, Tottenham have made two cup finals, losing both to Liverpool and Manchester City respectively.
Indeed, the post from the club’s official Twitter account about the RIBA achievement was met with comedic responses from Spurs supporters, who believed that the award should go into the club’s trophy cabinet.
Here’s what some supporters had to say about Spurs winning another stadium award on Twitter…
You’ll never sing that.— Andy Perry (@andyperry79) September 9, 2021
Very well deserved- it’s the best stadium in club football 👏👏👏 staggering place— Superstylin’ (@cutahellclaira) September 9, 2021
🏆 incoming— Sam_Pearlgood_ (@Sampear21981307) September 9, 2021
Major trophy after Audi cup— Vishnu unni (@unni_tweetz) September 9, 2021
SIUUUUUUUUUUU— Aaron Danton (@DantonAaron) September 9, 2021
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