Chelsea & Tottenham could be set for Wembley groundshare deal

Chelsea and Tottenham may find themselves sharing Wembley stadium as both London sides look to find a temporary home in the near future according to the Daily Mail.

The FA are negotiating with the Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane clubs with a deal to allow both sides to use Wembley from the 2017/18 season onwards a distinct possibility.

Chelsea will need use of an alternative stadium for at least three seasons as they embark on a project to build a 60,000 capacity stadium, at a cost of £500m whilst Spurs will need one or possible two seasons in a new home as they construct their new 61,000 multi-purpose stadium, which will also hold NFL fixtures.


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The Football Association can expect to bank £11m per season from each side in any proposed ground sharing deal.