The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has contacted Tottenham to express concerns about posters which claimed that their new stadium was 'The Only Place to Watch UEFA Champions League Football in London'.
The posters, which appeared on the London Underground and elsewhere in the capital at the end of last season, were a dig at rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, who both failed to qualify for the Champions League.
The stadium was supposed to stage its first match in September but construction delays have seen the opening pushed back to January - by which time Tottenham could be out of the Champions League.
Tottenham claimed their stadium was the only place this season to see Champions League football in London. The Advertising Standards Agency have disagreed and said their ad could be misleading... pic.twitter.com/d2hLkI0xip— Darren Boyle (@misterscoop) 7 November 2018
They are three points behind Inter in Group B and must beat I Nerazzurri on matchday five before matching the Italians' result on matchday six in order to qualify for the knockout stages.
The Daily Mail claims that the ASA are investigating a likely breach of advertising regulations.
Item 3.1 of the regulations states: "