On Saturday Tottenham Hotspur Stadium became a COVID-19 vaccination clinic to help the people of the local community in north London during the pandemic.
The clinic was set up to provide about 2,000 vaccinations to local people aged 45 or above.
It is the latest way in which the club have offered the stadium to help the NHS in the fight against coronavirus.
A year ago, the indoor car park became a COVID-19 testing centre, while dressing rooms, medical and media facilities were transformed to host North Middlesex University Hospital’s Women’s Outpatient services.
More than 41,500 appointments were delivered at the stadium up to July 2020.
Spurs are just the latest Premier League club to offer their stadium to help vaccinations.
Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Leeds United, Liverpool and Manchester City have allowed their facilities to become vaccination centres, while Brighton & Hove Albion and Manchester United's stadiums have hosted vaccination training.