TOTTENHAM will have to fork out £852MILLION in loan repayments to cover the cost of their new stadium.
According to their latest set of accounts, the North Londoners must pay back the staggering sum which relates to cash borrowed to build the 62,000-seat arena.
The total repayment includes a whopping £215m in interest which puts the overall liability at just over £852m.
As well as using some of their own cash reserves, Spurs initially borrowed £637m from Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and HSBC to cover the stadium project.
Before chairman Daniel Levy refinanced £525m of that debt into a long-term bond scheme last September.
Official documents show the average length of all remaining stadium related loans - some of which run until 2050 - is 23 years with an interest rate of 2.66 per cent APR.