Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust
Welcome to the home of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust. We are an independent, not-for-profit membership organisation run by fans for fans. We aim to ensure fans’ voices are heard at Club and national level.
We work with Spurs fan groups across the UK and the rest of the world, and alongside national supporter organisations Supporters Direct and the Football Supporters Federation.
THST is run on a day-to-day basis by an elected board of fans. Elections are held every year. All board members are volunteers, which means they are not paid for their work, and give up their own time. To preserve THST’s independence, board members receive nothing for the work they do.
We work hard to ensure a fan perspective is considered in all decisions. We base our approach on the regular surveys we carry out, on the feedback we get, and on our own experiences and discussions with fans.
We are Spurs fans first and foremost, but we believe the issues we face are similar to fans everywhere. So we are committed to being part of a growing network of national and international supporter groups.
Our main areas of work at THFC and nationally are ticket pricing, fixture scheduling, policing and safety, and governance. Our remit extends to all off-field matters.
And we work with the local community to strengthen ties between the Club and the area in which it is based.
We have established a successful dialogue with THFC. To continue doing so, and to build on our achievements so far, we need as many Spurs fans as possible to join us.
Secured £30 ticket price cap for all Premier League away games over the next three seasons as part of a national campaign for cheaper away tickets. Lobbied THFC to drop its initial opposition to this measure
Ran the Stop StubHub campaign, ultimately resulting in the ticket exchange being taken back in-house by THFC from the 2017-18 season.
Successfully campaigned to keep Spurs in London for the season away from White Hart Lane during the building of our new stadium, helping to secure Wembley as our temporary home for season 2017-18
Argued successfully against proposed home ticket price increase of 2% for 2016/17 season, securing a freeze on all Season and match day ticket prices for a third consecutive year
Secured a rise in the age of concessionary tickets from Under 16 to Under 18 from the 2014-15 season
Campaigned for and secured competitive pricing for Europa League, FA Cup and Capital One Cup matches at White Hart Lane from the 2014-15 season
Lobbied for competitive pricing for Champions League matches at Wembley and group package discounts for the 2016/17 season
Lobbied for and achieved a Premier League rule change moving all away ticket sales onto a sale or return basis
Provided practical assistance and legal advice to fans arrested and charged in the so-called ‘Y-Word cases’
Secured support from THFC for safe standing
Assisted the Antwerp Arms Association in obtaining Asset of Community Value status as part of their campaign to save the oldest pub in Tottenham from redevelopment
Worked with the Club to introduce more flags and banners on match days