Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that his ambition is to see the club host the Champions League final in the near future.
Spurs were made to wait even longer than they expected for the opening of tge stadium but the wait appears to have been very much worth it so far.
After winning against Crystal Palace in the first competitive match at the new ground, Tottenham have also beaten Manchester City there in the Champions League and thrashed Huddersfield Town last weekend.
Spurs’ stadium is certainly regarded as one of the best around the world and it is hard to think of any other ground with its level of quality in the Premier League.
With that being the case, the club will surely run into many opportunities to double its revenue by hosting other major events at the ground.
And it comes as no surprise that Daniel Levy has endorsed that idea.
“We have been delighted with the reaction from our fans and all visitors since we officially opened our new home two weeks ago.” Levy told Standard Sport
“Our aim was always to create an iconic multi-use venue capable of hosting world-class events.
“We have the top UEFA stadium status, which means the venue is fit to stage any European football event, and we believe the stadium’s extensive capabilities, particularly the flexibility of having two surfaces, mean we can host a vast range of world-class sporting and entertainment events.
“We’d be open to having conversations if the relevant organisations were interested in using our stadium.
“We want this venue to be visited by millions throughout the year and having secured such big attractions in Tottenham like Premier League football, Saracens and the NFL, this can only boost the economy in London.”