Report: Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium tops 'rateable value' league, ahead of Arsenal & Liverpool

Chairman of Tottenham Hotspur Daniel Levy looks on during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final second leg match between Ajax and Tottenham Hotspur at the Johan Cruyff Arena on May 08, 2019...

Tottenham Hotspur moved into their new stadium earlier on the year and beat Crystal Palace in their first match.

Fireworks are let off from the roof of the stadium during the opening ceremony ahead of the first Premier League game to be played at their new stadium, the English Premier League football...

Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium has a 'rateable value' of £7.1 million which is more than any other team in England, according to a report. 

The Evening Express report that Tottenham's new £1 billion football stadium will have the highest business rate bill of any other ground in the world, more their London rivals such as Arsenal and Champions League winners Liverpool

It is said that Arsenal are second on the list with a rateable value of £6.1 million, with both Manchester club (United £6m & City £4.6m) and then Liverpool (£4.4m) making up the top five. 


Tottenham now boast one of the best grounds in the country and they will be hoping that the money they generate from it will help them in the transfer market and in other areas of the club. 

During the two previous transfer windows, Tottenham haven't signed any players as their focus has been on moving into their new stadium, and it is fair to say it was a long road in them moving into their new surroundings. 

Last season, Mauricio Pochettino guided Tottenham to a top-four finish, ahead of Arsenal and Manchester United, as well as guiding his team to the Champions League final.

Mauricio Pochettino, Manager of Tottenham Hotspur and his coaching staff during the UEFA Champions League Final between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on...

Despite losing the European final to Liverpool in Madrid, many felt that Pochettino overachieved once again and that he requires that extra push in the transfer market so he can try to take the club to the next level.  

A big summer awaits Tottenham, both in terms of who will join the club and who will leave because if they can meet their targets for the summer then it'll increase their chances of producing the goods next term. 

One player who could be heading out of North London this summer is left-back Danny Rose, with Ryan Sessegnon mooted as a possible replacement, as reported by the Sun. 

Danny Rose of England and Edimilson Fernandes of Switzerland battle for the ball during the UEFA Nations League Third Place Playoff match between Switzerland and England at Estadio D....

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