Tottenham Hotspur has launched a new 3D Virtual Tour for guests to explore the event spaces within its stadium virtually as the Club furthers its post-lockdown hospitality plans.
The stadium’s conference and events facilities are now able to accommodate socially-distanced meetings of up to 30 people, with larger events permitted from 1 October, in line with public health guidance.
Like many venues up and down the country, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is adapting to the challenges presented by COVID-19 and has implemented a raft of measures to protect the health and safety of its visitors and staff.
Measures include non-invasive temperature checks, one-way systems, increased cleaning and pre-packaged food.
This has resulted in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium receiving ‘We’re Good To Go’ status from Visit Britain – an industry standard recognising businesses across the tourism sector that can demonstrate that they are adhering to the respective Government and public health guidance around COVID-19.
The Club is now taking bookings to host conferences and events, and has released the new tool together with Headbox so that prospective guests can take a look around areas of the world-class stadium without having to travel to the venue itself.
Unique spaces that can be explored via the technology include:
- The bright and spacious East Quarter Three
- US-style sports bar, Lower Eastside
- The bespoke NFL Press Auditorium, set out in theatre style
- The huge NFL Locker Room – which has been used by the Tottenham Hotspur First Team during recent behind-closed-doors Premier League matches
The tool enables event organisers to walk through each area and provides tips around how the spaces could be used to host events. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is able to accommodate anything from major business conferences to company parties.
Andy O’Sullivan, Venue Director, said: “We are excited to be planning to welcome guests back to the event spaces at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
“As one of the newest and most exciting venues in London, you can only truly understand what is on offer by seeing the spaces for yourself, which we understand is difficult for people in the current circumstances.
“By launching our 3D Virtual Tour with Headbox, we hope that those thinking about holding their event with us get a great feel for what to expect and are just as amazed as they no doubt will be in person when they visit.”