THFC has drawn wide praise for its accessible pricing for cup games this season. The £20 and £25 cup tie tickets have proved extremely popular, as have the £5 tickets for juniors, and have presented the Club in a good light, especially against the backdrop of the current debate about ticket pricing.
We’re delighted that the Mayor of London has today approved the plans for Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium. We very much look forward to the Northumberland Development Project now progressing in order to meet the August 2018 construction deadline.
The next two seasons will undoubtedly be difficult for fans, saying an emotional goodbye to the much loved White Hart Lane next year, then facing a season away from N17 before returning to our new home and the largest, most ambitious Club stadium in the capital for the start of the 2018/19 season.
We will continue to work closely with the Club to ensure that the interests of supporters are kept at the forefront of all plans, that the games played away from our traditional home remain in London and that the new stadium is as accessible, as atmospheric and, in time, as iconic as the current White Hart Lane.
Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
Board to Board Meeting
Wednesday 10 February 2016
Tottenham Hotspur Football & Athletic Co Ltd, Lilywhite House, 6pm
Ticket pricing at Tottenham Hotspur
With the issue of ticket pricing now a major talking point, we wanted to clarify our position to our members and the wider fan base, as it affects all of us at Spurs.
For the last two seasons, THST has argued for and achieved a freeze in match day ticket pricing and season ticket pricing. In addition, we have worked with the Club to achieve £20-£25 tickets for cup games, something that has proved very popular with supporters.
THST News - January 2016
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