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Tottenham and Chelsea Fans Could Be Seeing A Whole Lot More of Each Other

Tottenham and Chelsea Fans Could Be Seeing A Whole Lot More of Each Other

Tottenham are open to ground sharing with Chelsea at Wembley in the future, as both clubs aim to rebuild their stadiums.

Earlier this week, FA chief exec Martin Glenn said the governing body were happy to let a club team play their domestic matches at the national stadium for a temporary period of time.

Wembley, along with MK Dons’ stadium, is under consideration by Tottenham  for home games in the 2017-18 campaign, as they prepare to move into their new ground. Spurs hope the new venue, which will also host NFL matches, will be ready by the summer of 2018.

Chelsea may have to vacate Stamford Bridge for at least two seasons around the same time if their £500 million plan to increase capacity to 60,000 comes to fruition.

So, with few options available for clubs with such big fan bases, it looks pretty inevitable that two of London’s biggest rivals could be set to be room mates for at least a season.

What do you thin? Is it a good idea? Or will it just be odd seeing Chelsea and Spurs share a stadium that belongs to neither of them?

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