- THST Quiz night in support of Studio 306 Collective – 19 April
- Season ticket pricing and phasing at Spurs
- FA Cup semi and final pricing
- FA Cup semi-final sales mechanism and phasing
- THST members’ meeting – 12 March 2018
- Premier League structured dialogue meeting – 20 March
On 19 March, THST Co-chairs Katrina Law and Martin Cloake attended a meeting at Stamford Bridge ahead of the Premier League fixture on Sunday 1 April. Officials from Chelsea FC and THFC were there, alongside Chelsea fan reps, the police and local council. Chelsea FC chairman Bruce Buck also attended.
Our next social event sees the return of our legendary Pub Quiz! This time, we're at the Annie in Tottenham and have a devilish few rounds of Spurs and more general questions to test your knowledge. Hosted by Richard Cracknell, with all proceeds going to Studio 306 Collective, we'd love to see you on the night. To register as an individual or as a team, just email Kev. Stick Thursday 19 April in your diary now!
The decision to raise prices for the FA Cup semi-finals and finals to the highest levels ever defies belief.
The FA has secured record broadcast rights for the competition, there is a lucrative sponsorship deal in place, and attendances throughout the competition have been higher than in recent years. The FA itself is in better financial health than ever. So we cannot see the rationale for hiking prices.
As we digest the detail of THFC’s pricing structure for the new stadium, more and more is becoming clear. We’ve put together this factual explanation of some of the points supporters need to be aware of.
Many supporters contacted us following our Champions League home match against Juventus to complain about the large number of away supporters sitting in designated home areas at Wembley.
As a result, THST contacted the Club with a number of questions, who in turn consulted representatives from Wembley before responding. This is what they told us, and we are passing this information on to fans.
With the pricing for the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, the Club had a great opportunity to cement the growing bond between fans and the Club, and to secure future generations of support.
Today marks the fourth anniversary of the passing of Darren Alexander. Darren was a well-known and popular figure among Spurs fans, and his dedication to the Club and the interests of supporters led him to be involved with the work of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust and the national supporters' movement. He served on the Board of THST for seven years and was made Joint Chair in February 2013.
THST Annual General Meeting – 28 February
THST Annual Report
Meeting with the Board of THFC – 20 February
Next THST Members’ Meeting – 12 March
FSF Premier League Network Meeting – 8 February
April TV Picks
Met police statement on fixture scheduling