Spurs v Arsenal Travel Club Package – 2022/23
Experience the North London Derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the 2022/23 Premier League fixture with one of our Tottenham Hotspur hospitality packages. With Spurs hospitality tickets, you can enjoy the finest premium seating with second-to-none views within Level 2 of the East Stand (BLK 236 – 237), and a reserved section with access to private lounges. Spurs’ new stadium has been built with the matchday experience in mind, with world-class facilities and amazing acoustics ensuring one of the best atmospheres of any club ground in Europe when your purchase your matchday tickets.
Official Tottenham Hotspur hospitality allows premium seat ticket holders: to enjoy the fast track entrance, have a complimentary match programme, with direct access to a private lounge accompanied with complimentary light food offerings pre-match, a complimentary half-time drink of beer, wine or soft drink, and the opportunity to meet with Spurs Legends (subject to availability former Spurs players visit the Lounge areas, guests will need to approach former players if photographs or autographs are required). Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to have an unforgettable day with Tottenham Hotspur hospitality when you buy your Tottenham Hotspur tickets for the Premier League 2022/23 season.
Tickets and Travel Package
Spurs v Arsenal Tickets and Travel Package – 2022/23
Watch Tottenham Hotspur at home during the Premier League 2022/23 season with one of our Spurs v Arsenal tickets, including travel around London. You and your guests will take your seats in Level 5, ensuring you are right amongst the action! PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SEATING AREA IS EXCLUSIVE TO HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY.
Your Spurs v Arsenal Tickets and Travel package includes:
- General admission ticket in Level 5 to watch Spurs v Arsenal
- Oyster Card (with credit allowing for return travel from Central London to and from White Hart Lane Station)
Tottenham Hotspur Seating Plan
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which was relatively outdated, has been renovated to a sleek modern design and is now where the fans and supporters enjoy the ultimate matchday experience. The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has now replaced their old stadium ‘White Hart Lane’, which they played at for 118 years!
As the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was quite outdated, the club looked for different ways to modernise the stadium and improve the location for the players and the fans. However, they were unsure whether they should make a whole new stadium or refurbish an existing one, and they went ahead with renovating an existing one.
During the 2018/19 season, the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was opened and built with the ultimate matchday experience, including world-class facilities, state of the art design, and excellent acoustics. Thus, ensuring one of the best atmospheres of any club ground in Europe when you purchase your Spurs tickets.
Our Spurs hospitality packages also include different seating area options, providing you with a more fantastic choice of where to watch the game.
The Travel Club package offers some of the best seats in the house with the BLK 003 seating option based in Level 1. That overlooks the halfway line, allowing you to get closer to the action.
The BLK 247 & BLK 320 seating options, located in the East Stand, are suitable for Spurs fans who want to witness magnificent views while watching the match.
Lastly, BLK 236 & 237 are suitable for both Spurs fans and the away side, who would like a more reserved premium section in Level 2 of the East Stand.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has also worked in partnership with AccessAble, and this is to help produce detailed pan-disability guides for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The accessibility information in this guide aims to assist fans with disabilities and provide an additional resource to help home and away supporters plan their visits.
If you are purchasing Spurs v Arsenal tickets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium please be aware that there will be a dress code.
The dress code set for this package is smart casual. Smart denim (non-ripped) jeans and smart trainers/ footwear are permitted, however please note that the only football shirts permitted are official Tottenham Hotspur football shirts. Shorts and denim clothing that is ripped, torn, distressed or bleached are expressly prohibited at all times. It is at the discretion of the club to judge whether you or your guests comply with the dress code.
Spurs v Arsenal Match Review
Spurs v Arsenal Previous Match Review
Spurs 0 – 2 Arsenal (Sunday 15th January 2023)
Despite a much improved second half display, Antonio Conte’s Spurs were unable to prevent defeat in the North London Derby at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, losing 2-0.
Arsenal applied the early pressure, with Gabriel Martinelli having a shot blocked before Eddie Nketiah saw his effort on goal saved by Hugo Lloris (7’).
Unfortunately for Spurs, this pressure told a few minutes later when Lloris was unfortunate to concede an own goal after the ball took a deflection, with the Frenchman was unable to prevent the ball from going into the back of the net (14’).
Conte’s team came very close to finding an immediate response to this early set back through Son Heung-Min. The forward’s effort was well saved by Aaron Ramsdale (18’).
Another shot on goal, this time from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, saw Spurs come close to restoring parity, but the effort was well blocked by the Gunners’ defence (22’).
The Lilywhites had to show their resilience with Martin Odegaard being denied, before Bukayo Saka had a great chance to double Arsenal’s advantage, but thankfully for Spurs Hugo Lloris was there to deny him (29’).
Mikel Arteta’s side had been in control for the majority of the first half, and they then found themselves 2-0 up when Martin Odegaard’s low, powerful shot on goal nestled into the bottom right corner (36’).
Tottenham came close to halving the deficit twice just before the break. Harry Kane was denied a goal that would have seen him match the record for Spurs set by the legendary Jimmy Greaves by Ramsdale. Hojbjerg then saw an effort fly just wide of the near post (45+3’).
Spurs showed instant improvement at the start of the second half. Dejan Kulusevski came close (49’), before Kane was denied once again by an in-form Aaron Ramsdale following a pass into his feet from Kulusevski (50’).
Conte’s team were applying the pressure now, and Sessegnon was also denied from close range by the Arsenal goalkeeper after a Harry Kane through ball (52’).
Nketiah came close to scoring Arsenal’s third of the afternoon a few moments later, but Lloris showed his class in making a fantastic close range save to deny the striker (58’).
It was a competitive game and Spurs were now looking the more likely to score the next goal. They had another chance to do just that with just over half an hour of the match remaining, but Kane’s shot was blocked well once again by the Gunners’ defence (66’).
In the closing stages of the second half, Tottenham had numerous opportunities to score. Son was denied twice, before Brazil international Richarlison saw his effort well saved by Ramsdale (82’).
Despite their efforts in the second half, Spurs were unable to prevent defeat. Spurs had slightly more possession (51%), compared to 49% for Arteta’s team. The home team also had more shots on target with 7, with their opponents having 5.