Spurs Has Not Moved to New Ground

Spurs were originally meant to move into the new ground in September but construction delays and additional safety testing have forced the North London side to push back their grand opening. The club's latest update from the building contractors states that several issues have been rectified but that more testing is required before an opening date can be released.

As such, the club confirmed that Premier League matches against Watford, Newcastle and Leicester, along with a Champions League clash with Borussia Dortmund, will all take place at Wembley.

In addition, should Tottenham progress in the FA Cup and be drawn at home, that will also be played at England's home of football. Spurs have no other home clashes in the month of February, but it remains to be seen whether fans will be able to see their club turn out at their new digs in March.
However, Tottenham's move into their new White Hart Lane stadium has been further delayed until March at the earliest.