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If you’re one of the thousands of football fans who want to see the biggest and best football on the planet at Wembley Stadium, you might want to start planning ahead, as the Wembley Stadiums construction is set to begin soon.

The stadium is due to open to the public on June 15, and the stadium is now in the process of being built up to a capacity of 3.5 million spectators.

This will mark the stadium’s first time being able to host football matches in its new home, and it’s expected that the first matches to take place will be between Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United.

The Tottenham Hotspurs will take on Newcastle United on June 9 and the Newcastle United will take down Tottenham Hotspot in the first game of the season on June 14.

Tickets for the match can be purchased for £12 and can be booked online, or by calling 0844 857 8500.

The match between the two clubs will be played at the new Wembley Stadium on June 8, and a ticket for the game can be bought for £13.

The Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspots match at Wembley stadium, June 8.

The game will be live streamed on the club’s official website, and you can watch the match on Sky Sports and BT Sport.

Tickets can be pre-ordered for the fixture on the Club’s official site, and can also be purchased online.

The Premier League’s top two clubs have confirmed that they will be taking on each other in the game, which will be shown on Sky, BT Sport, BT GO, and Canal Plus.

Tickets to the fixture are priced at £10 for adults, £8 for under-18s, and £7 for under 10s.

Tickets will be available on the Newcastle v Tottenham fixture on Sky sports, BT Sports, Canal Plus, and Sky Sports Classic.

For a full guide to all the best games on the Premier League, check out our guide to the best Premier League matches.

There will also be a number of other games in the Premier Looms at Wembley, with the likes of Arsenal v Crystal Palace, Tottenham Hotship v Manchester United, Southampton v Leicester, Chelsea v Everton, Sunderland v Leicester and Newcastle v Southampton being among the Premier Leagues fixtures that will be on the BBC Sport app, with more to be added in the coming weeks.

We’ll be covering the Premier league’s top games in this live blog throughout the summer.

If you want to keep up-to-date with all the latest Premier League news, follow the BBC’s live blog and keep checking back to BBC Sport.