A small fire broke out at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday morning, which leads to the club evacuating 300 people from inside the stadium.
The stadium which construction was completed in March 2019 and cost the club around £1billion.
An air compressor caught fire which led to the evacuation at around 10am, with the flames put out by an electrician before the London Fire Brigade arrived on the scene.
It was reported that no injuries was sustained among the 300 people evacuated by Tottenham Hotspur staff from the north London stadium.
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A statement from the London Fire Brigade read on Thursday: ‘Firefighters were called to a fire at a football stadium on High Road in Tottenham this morning (Thursday). An air compressor was damaged by the fire.
‘Around 300 people were evacuated from the nine-storey building by on-site staff. There were no reports of any injuries.
‘The Brigade was called at 10:01 and the fire was under control by 10:59am. Two fire engines from Tottenham Fire Station were at the scene.
Later in the day, members of the public were able to queue up for the Tottenham club shop and the Dare Skywalk, which allows people to scale the height of the stadium and enjoy views of London from the top of the ground.
The Tottenham Hotspur stadium has been used as a mass coronavirus vaccination centre over the summer. Spurs have hosted three mass clinics at the ground for both first and second doses of the Pfizer jabs.
Spurs will next use the stadium on Saturday for their women’s team’s opening match of the Super League season against Birmingham City.
The Tottenham men’s first-team squad will host Chelsea in the stadium on September 19 for a London derby.
The arena will also be used for Anthony Joshua’s next fight against Oleksandr Usyk the following Saturday, September 25.