With work on the new ground having been completed the club needs to stage two Test events in order to receive the go-ahead to host top-flight matches.Test events
The second Test Event will be a Tottenham Hotspur Legends match attended by circa 45,000 fans.
Details regarding tickets for these matches are available on the club’s official website.
Pending the approval of a safety certificate, Spurs will then be able to stage Premier League matches at their new home.Palace or Brighton opener
If Brighton win their FA Cup quarter-final match on 17 March, Mauricio Pochettino’s side will play Crystal Palace at the new stadium on Wednesday, 3 April and then the Seagulls on either Saturday 23 or Sunday 24 April.
If Brighton lose their FA Cup quarter-final Spurs will host Chris Hughton's side on Wednesday 6 or Thursday 7 April, subject to UEFA Champions League scheduling, and then Palace on 23 or 24 April.
Spurs’ new ground will become the 59th different venue in the competition's history.