Spurs are interested in the switch as they press ahead with plans for the 61,000 seat ground, which they hope cheap super bowl jerseys
to occupy from the start of the 2018 19 campaign. The total cost of the project could exceed 700million.
The club would need to hold talks with Transport for London before making the alteration, though Standard Sport understands Spurs are likely to pay less than the 12m fee believed to be wanted by TfL.
It is thought Spurs are also exploring the seahawks jersey
idea of changing the name of a section of road, leading from White Hart Lane station to the junction with Tottenham High Road.
If these plans proceed, they would mirror those of Arsenal, who changed the name of Gillespie Road underground station in 1932 to match that of the club.
Meanwhile, TfL have lodged a planning application with Haringey to carry out major improvement works to White Hart Lane station. These propose a new station entrance, ticket hall, station facilities and station forecourt.
Plans are in place for a retractable pitch suitable for NFL, as well as dressing rooms to wholesale jerseys
accommodate the larger playing squads and nfl store
coaching staff typical of American sport.
Levy has also admitted Spurs would be happy to host an NFL London franchise. He told ESPN: "We would welcome close co operation with the NFL and a dedicated team.
"A decision is entirely theirs whether they bring a team to the UK, and where it would be is something that would be talked about, but yes, we would very much welcome that scenario. We worked together [on the stadium design] because it needed to be viewed as a combined soccer and NFL stadium."
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