Spurs’ new accommodation lodge is complete. The new accommodation lodge is a player complex located opposite of the world-class training facility in Enfield. The new 62,062 seater stadium progresses apace and the new accommodation lodge is another exciting part of Tottenham’s progress.
Spurs’ New Accommodation Lodge
Spurs’ new accommodation lodge is built for players and staff to stay, work and play together. Mauricio Pochettino wants to build on his strong team ethic and views the lodge as another positive step in the right direction.
The basement of the lodge is dedicated to the wellness and recovery of players. The upper floor has bedrooms and a digital tactics board. The restaurant is spacious with room at the rear to play games consoles. The design sees green topped roofs and player rooms looking out onto luxurious gardens.
The whole feeling is one of luxury and tranquillity. There is the serious side too. The players head up steps into a coaching area that then leads out to the training pitches at Hotspur Way. The facilities show how Spurs are planning for a bright and financially strong future. Certainly off the field.
A Lodge for All Seasons
The Lodge is primarily for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. However, the designers kept world sport in mind, including American football. The first guests to use the facility will be the Brazilian national team as they continue their preparations for the World Cup. Spurs hope that the impressive facility will attract attention from around the world with teams using the accommodation lodge when staying in London.
World Class Facilities
Tottenham Hotspur may have a strict wage structure in place, but they have demonstrated a want to create the best facilities possible for the future of the club.
The new stadium will be ready for the new season (albeit a few games in). Hotspur Way is among the best training facilities in Europe. Now with Spurs’ new accommodation lodge ready for business, it would appear, off the field at least, that Spurs are building foundations for success.
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