Tottenham’s state-of-the-art £1.2 billion stadium was vandalised during the international break.
The North London stadium had sections significantly damaged according to Mail Sport.
It has been reported that the damage could cost in the region of six figures to repair with one individual being arrested for criminal damage on Monday night.
The club released a statement outlining the incident and refuting any rumours that it was linked with ‘anti-semitism’.
‘We can confirm that an individual was arrested for criminal damage following an incident that took place on Monday night.
‘There is no indication that this incident is linked to anti-semitism.’
There has been vandalism damage caused to The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Tottenham experience that runs into the hundreds of thousands of pounds.
— SpursOTM (@SpurOTM) October 14, 2023
🚨The vandalism at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium took place on Monday night.
🌎A person has been arrested, but there are no indications that the incident is motivated by antisemitism in light of ongoing conflict in the Middle East.
— Last Word On Spurs (@LastWordOnSpurs) October 14, 2023