Spurs v Luton Town Travel Club Package – 2023/24
Enjoy the best in football hospitality with Spurs v Luton Town at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for this 2023/24 Premier League fixture with Tottenham Hotspur hospitality packages.
With Spurs hospitality tickets, you get closer to the action and experience outstanding views in supreme comfort with premium seating within Level 2 of the East Stand (BLK 236 – 237), a reserved section with access to private lounges. Our premium packages at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are designed to provide an informal, relaxed feel to matchdays, offering a superior yet authentic football experience when purchasing 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 2023/24 season.
Tickets and Travel Package
Spurs v Luton Town Tickets and Travel Package – 2023/24
Watch Spurs in their brand Tottenham Stadium during the Premier League 2022/23 season with one of our Tottenham Hotspur v Luton Town tickets, including travel around London. Enjoy seating in BLK 529, putting you right at the centre of the action so you can really soak up the atmosphere! PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SEATING AREA IS EXCLUSIVE TO HOME SUPPORTERS ONLY.
Your Spurs v Luton Town Tickets and Travel package includes:
- General admission ticket in BLK 529 to watch Tottenham Hotspur v Luton Town
- 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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which was relatively outdated, has been renovated to a sleek modern design and is now where the fans and supporters enjoy the ultimate matchday experience.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As the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was quite outdated, the club looked for different ways to modernise the stadium and improve the location for the players and the fans.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 Luton Town tickets at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, please be aware that there will be a dress code for this facility.
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 Luton Town Previous Fixture
Luton Town 0 – 0 Spurs (11th March 1992).
Spurs have never played Luton Town since in the history of the Premier League. So, the last time that these two clubs met in the top flight was over 30 years ago in March 1992, when the Hatters and the Lilywhites played out a 0-0 draw at Kenilworth Road.
This was the second of two matches played between these two teams in the final season of the old first division (1991/92).
Spurs 4 – 1 Luton Town (16th November 1991).
Tottenham Hotspur and Luton Town did come face to face at White Hart Lane on 16th November 1991, where Spurs were emphatic 4-1 winners on the day.
It was Luton legend Mick Harford who opened the scoring in the match late on in the first half when he found the net from close range after a defensive mistake from the home side (43’). The two clubs went into the half-time interval with the away side a goal to the good.
In the second half, it did take some time for Spurs to find their equaliser. Parity was restored when Scott Houghton found the back of the Luton net for the second time of asking after his initial effort on goal was saved well by Hatters goalkeeper Alec Chamberlain (68’).
Luton Town barely had any time to settle following this equalising goal when Gary Lineker scored his first goal of the afternoon after finding the back of the net at the near post to give goalkeeper Chamberlain no chance (70’).
Tottenham’s third goal of the afternoon came only five minutes later, and it was Houghton who found the back of the net once again. This time, he scored from a very long range, finding the bottom right corner of the net (75’).
Lineker then rounded off what was an impressive victory for Peter Shreeves’ team with a close-range finish after Alec Chamberlain spilled the ball following his initial save (83’).
The final whistle went to the delight of the watching Spurs fans as it was a convincing 4-1 win for Tottenham Hotspur.
Goal scorer Houghton does of course, have a history with Spurs, playing for the club between 1990 and 1993; he did also play for Luton Town. He joined the Hatters in 1993 before eventually moving on to Walsall in 1994.
Paul Walsh is another player to have represented both Spurs and Luton Town. Walsh joined the Hatters from Charlton Athletic in 1982, staying at the club before choosing to sign for Liverpool in 1984. Fast forward to 1988, and Walsh had just signed for Tottenham. He left the North London club following more than a century of appearances for the Lilywhites, going on to sign for Portsmouth in 1992.
By the conclusion of the 1991/92 First Division season, Spurs finished in 15th place with 52 points, whereas Luton Town were relegated alongside Notts County and West Ham United.
Tottenham Hotspur and Luton Town met for the first time in a 2-2 FA Cup draw at Northumberland Park on 15th December 1894. Overall, the two clubs have met 80 times, with Spurs having the superior record with 33 wins compared to Luton Town’s 22. There have been 25 draws between these two teams over the years.