THST collates all match categorisation, pricing, allocation and loyalty point cut off details for every THFC away game in the Premier League each season. Data from the 2014/2-15 campaign can now be viewed below.
We had one of the biggest turnouts to date for the latest THST Members’ Meeting on 20 May. We’d invited the Club’s Safety Officer, Sue Tilling, to give a brief talk on how match days are planned and stewarded and, along with senior stewards Janet McNeice and Nick Boulli - who many of you will know - she outlined the approach the stewarding team takes on match days. The Club’s Supporter Liaison Officer, Jonathan Waite, also set out the timings of a typical match day.
Minutes - Wed 13 May 2015, 6pm
125 Suite, White Hart Lane Stadium
Katrina Law, THST
Kevin Fitzgerald, THST
Sue Tilling, Safety Officer, THFC
Bob McIver, London Borough of Haringey
Constable Noel Deady, Football Officer
Jonathan Waite, Customer Service and SLO, THFC
The THST Members' Meeting at White Hart Lane on Wednesday 20 May gives you a chance to quiz Trust Board members, raise questions and tell us what you think we need to be doing, and how we should be doing it. It's really important that we get as much feedback from fans as possible, and also that we can explain our approach. So please do make every effort to join those members who are already coming along.
We've also got the Club's Safety Officer, Sue Tilling, giving a talk about how the Club organises match days, and she is happy to take questions from the floor around that subject or any aspect of policing and stewarding.
Full and Associate THST Members are welcome, along with anyone who wants to sign up on the night.
Please join us next Wednesday at 6.30pm at White Hart Lane stadium and let us know you're coming by emailing email@example.com.
Thanks to all our members and fans who filled in our ground share survey. We wanted to see if the position we were taking was one Spurs fans still backed.
Up to the morning of Monday 11 May, we had over 3200 responses, with a strong preference for Wembley as the potential ground share venue.
Regular followers of Trust news will remember our competition to design a full size Surfing Flag last summer. This was won by Mark Bird and his ‘The Game is about Glory’ design will debut at our last home game of the season, against Hull City on Saturday 16 May.
Sized at 12m x 10m, this will take some co-ordination and here’s where you come in.
- Ground share survey
- Members’ Meeting (20 May)
- Vote Football initiative
- CFC Safety Meeting (23 April)
- Bradford City Fire Disaster 30th Anniversary
- Dave Mackay’s Memorial Service (30 April)
With the completion of the outstanding Compulsory Purchase Order in April 2015, the Northumberland Development Project is now expected to move swiftly ahead. Whilst exact timings are yet to be confirmed, the provisional date for leaving White Hart Lane is May 2017, followed by a season away at a venue yet to be confirmed, before moving back to the new stadium in August 2018.
We’d like to gauge your thoughts on some of the key issues as we prepare to move home. This will help us put forward the views of Tottenham Hotspur fans as accurately as possible, and give us the best possible chance of influencing the Club and the football authorities.
This survey consists of 13 questions and will take under 5 minutes of your time.
To start the survey, click here.
The poll will close at 6pm on Friday 15 May 2015.
Thank you in advance for participating.
1 May 2015