Tottenham's golden cockerel part of new stadium

during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at White Hart Lane on May 14, 2017 in London, England. Tottenham Hotspur are playing their last ever home match at White Hart Lane after their 112 year stay at the stadium. Spurs will play at Wembley Stadium next season with a move to a newly built stadium for the 2018-19 campaign.
Image: One of the golden cockerels on top of White Hart Lane

Tottenham's golden cockerel that once sat on top of White Hart Lane is now part of their new stadium.

On Tuesday morning, the replica of the original that first appeared at The Lane in 1909, was transported from the London Mould Makers in Essex to the new ground.

The new version, which is approximately 4.5m tall, sits on top of the South Stand.

All original cockerels that were removed from White Hart Lane for safekeeping will also feature throughout the new stadium with the one on the East Stand on display within the Tottenham Experience.

The second cockerel, that sat on top of the West Stand, will the placed in the players' tunnel with the original from 1909 remaining at Lilywhite House.

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Elsewhere, the Tottenham Hotspur Clock will be moved to the club museum upon its opening.

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