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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium voted second best arena in the world in Stadium of the Year awards

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The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been named the second-best arena in the world at the Stadium of the Year awards.

Other stadiums to feature in the top 10 were the Al Janoub Stadium for the Qatar 2022 World Cup and VTB Arena, which has a concealed ice hockey arena inside and is now home to Russian outfit Dinamo Moscow.

In the popular vote which drew in over 30,000 votes, the public voted the 67,000-seater Puskas Arena - opened last year to host Hungary's national football matches - as the best of the lot.

The jury vote produced somewhat different results, with Japan's national stadium in Tokyo receiving a 90 per cent score from the jury members.

Tottenham's £1 billion arena opened in April 2019 and despite initial safety issues has attracted critical acclaim for its state-of-the-art facilities.

It was nominated along with 20 other stadiums from 19 countries for the awards, but according to fans across the world, it is only ranks second in the impressive venues to open in 2019.

While there is no football due to be held at the stadium in the near future with Premier League football suspended until April 30, Anthony Joshua's boxing bout with Kubrat Pulev is set to be held there when the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
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