Mauricio Pochettino's exciting team will play their football at Wembley next season, but after that they'll be performing at a brand spanking new White Hart Lane which looks, frankly, absolutely incredible.
But what lies behind the computer-generated images that Spurs have been circulating in the run-up to the grand unveiling next year?
Our friends at Football.London have been taking a look, and here's what they found.
|The West Stand|
For a London club, Spurs have a fairly poor understanding of escalator etiquette.
Any self-respecting Londoner knows to stand on the right or face the consequences (an annoyed sigh from the person behind you followed by judging glares).
It's also interesting how Spurs are not expecting a single fan here to be wearing a single item of clothing that would identify themselves as a Tottenham supporter.
Unfortunately, everyone sitting at the big windows appears completely bored by the people that they are with.
At the back, you have a blonde woman staring away into space while up front two friends are busy trying to do anything other than actually talk to each other.
But it's the middle that's most interesting.
Here we have a man unable to keep his eyes off the woman at the next table over while his wife flirts with the waiter right in front of his face, as you can see from the helpful graphic showing their lines of sight below.
|In the stands|
Either Spurs have forgotten that they wear white, or they are hoping to use the new stadium as an excuse to change their kit to blue.
|The dining room|
If Donald Trump ever visits White Hart Lane, you know this is the room he will book out.
|One of many bars|
I know this is probably not how this works, but I really hope Spurs are planning to sell them by the chicken.
Apparently Bruno Mars is a Spurs fan - or maybe he's just there for the rotisserie chicken.
But perhaps most importantly, a group of Spurs fans who have paid to be in the stadium are not even watching the match .
Seriously, look at the screen. The game is clearly underway and they're down here trying just having a few casual beers.
It's not even like they're trying to beat the queues - they're properly settled in.
But once again, the hospitality is just so damn good that the crowd don't actually care about the game they're there to see.
As the players walk down the tunnel to signal the game is about to start, none of these people care.
Also, Spurs seem to be promising their fans that they will have the cleanest glassware in the Premier League.
Seriously, all they do is clean glasses. Check out these two barmen from some other parts of the hospitality experience.
We can't wait for the real thing.