It is possible that Tottenham Hotspur will play the Champion’s League football in the new stadium irrespective of the fact that they have confirmed they aren’t going to move prior to March.
The recent long-line of delays implies the previous 16 ties against the team Borussia Dortmund is going to be staged at Wembley. However, UEFA hasn’t yet ruled out the fact that Tottenham can play later rounds in the newly made stadium if they are able to progress.
UEFA has issued a statement saying that they are going to be in close contact with the Spurs for getting access to the possibility of this club organizing the matches of UEFA competition in the new stadium in the present season. This is possible if the club is able to qualify for the UEFA Champions League’s next round.
The Champions League quarter-final match is going to take place on 9th and 10th and 16th and 17th of April. The Premier League match of Tottenham against Crystal Palace seems to be the earliest prospective opening day for this new made stadium. However, Daniel Levy hasn’t yet announced the dates for the events which need to take place for earning a safety certificate.
Spurs is all set to face Arsenal on 2nd March but is highly unlikely that the squad is going to risk using the north London derby for opening the new ground. If Spurs move to this new stadium for the Crystal Palace game, they will be able to play 5 games of Premier League at the max.