New stadium to be used competitively in first week of April

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Although ahead of the ongoing season, it was expected that they will move into their refurbished home.

The first test event for an U18 Premier League match against Southampton will take place on Sunday March 24th and the second, a Tottenham Hotspur Legends match will take place Saturday March 30th.

A moment of brilliance from Anthony Knockaert settled a fiercely contested local derby, as Brighton beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Selhurst Park to edge further clear from the Premier League relegation zone.

Tottenham said they have worked with the Premier League, Brighton and Crystal Palace to ensure the first competitive fixture at the stadium will be a league encounter.

The other is a Tottenham Legends game on March 30 with a reduced 45,000-capacity.

Brighton have been drawn away to Millwall in the sixth round of the FA Cup, with the match on 17 March.

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On beinSports the two pundits of Keys & Gray were granted the opportunity to reveal the official name of the new stadium after reporting on an official UEFA inspection of the ground.

Tottenham have been playing home matches at Wembley since the start of the 2017-18 season due to the redevelopment of their traditional home.

The stadium will also host the quarter-final match of Uefa Champions league.

If Brighton win then Spurs will face Crystal Palace on Wednesday April 3rd and Brighton on the weekend of April 23rd.

The Champions League quarter-finals will be played on April 9/10 and 16/17, with Spurs progressing after completing a 4-0 aggregate win over Borussia Dortmund this week.

They have announced that they will hold two test events towards the end of March which will go towards the new stadium receiving a formal safety certificate. However, have faltered in the league in the last four games, collecting just one point out of possible 12 - putting a big concern for next year's Champions League spot.

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