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When purchasing more than one package will my seats be together?

Yes, all seats will be located together.

Do I need a CRN Number/One Hotspur Membership to place a booking?

We are an Official Club Reseller of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, however you do not need a CRN number or a Tottenham Hotspur membership to place a booking with us.

How will my tickets delivered?

Travel Club Package

Match tickets for our Travel Club Packages are sent electronically via email 3-5 days before the fixture.

Ticket & Travel Package

Match tickets for our Ticket & Travel Packages are sent electronically via email 3-5 days before the fixture. Travel passes will be sent out 3-5 days before the fixture to the UK address you have provided us with either through the booking process or via email.

How much does a Spurs season ticket cost?

The prices of Spurs season tickets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium vary as to where you sit and whether you are entitled to a concession ticket or not. For an adult, season ticket prices range from £807 to £2,233.

Spurs Season Tickets

For Seniors (over 65 years old), and juniors (under 18 years old) the prices range from £404 to £571 for normal season tickets throughout all of the stands. For Young Adults (Under 22 years old) prices range from £605 to £857 for the standard seats available.

For a more comprehensive breakdown of Spurs season ticket prices, as well as information regarding refunds and fixtures, head over to the official club website.

What does £2,233 get you?

The most expensive season ticket at the stadium is the limited ‘1882 Season Ticket’. The 1882 ticket affords its purchaser full access to an exclusive bar before, during, and after the Spurs match is played. Similarly, it means you secure a seat not just for the Premier League fixtures but also for all Domestic Cup games. Your name will also be inscribed on the feature wall in select 1882 bars and you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a pre-match meal, complimentary refreshment, and receive a match-day programme. Upon purchase, the club will send you a unique welcome pack with your very own 1882 pin. And of course, all this comes on top of all the benefits one would usually receive with a regular season ticket.

What hotels are near the Tottenham Hotspur Football ground?

As the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium still stands on the same site as White Hart Lane, the same information for local hotels remain the same.

Here is a list of hotels that are situated within a four-mile radius of the Tottenham Hotspur football ground:

  • The Elmhurst Hotel, Lordship Lane (0.6 miles)
  • Premier Inn, Enfield (1.1 miles)
  • Forest House Hotel, London (2 miles)
  • Holiday Inn Express, Chingford (2 miles)
  • Best Western, London Highbury (3.0 miles)
  • Beaconsfield Hotel, Harringay (3.2 miles)
  • London Shelton Hotel, Tottenham (3.4 miles)
  • Roseview Alexandra Palace Hotel, Queens Ave (4.0 miles)

Who scored the fastest ever Spurs goal?

Tottenham Hotspur legend Ledley King, who we have deservedly put into our Classic Spurs XI, holds the record for scoring the fastest ever Premier League goal.

King scored the opener against Bradford City in a staggering 10 seconds. The game was played on the 9th December 2000 and resulted in a 3-3 draw. King volleyed the deflected shot in from around 20 yards out. Long live the King of the Lane! He is also the joint holder of the ten-second title, tying with Newcastle’s Alan Shearer, who achieved the same feat in a match against Manchester City on January 18th, 2003.

Most amount of goals Spurs have scored in a game?

The most amount of goals Tottenham Hotspur have scored in a single game is 13, in an incredible 13-2 win over Crewe Alexandre in the FA Cup on the 3rd February 1960.

The clash between Spurs and Crewe was a 4th round replay after the sides previously drew 2-2. The match was played at White Hart Lane in front of 64,365 spectators. Bobby Smith scored four of the goals, Les Allen scored five, Tommy Harmer scored one, and Cliff Jones scored three!

Who is the Spurs captain?

The current captain for Tottenham Hotspur is Hugo Lloris, who signed a two-year contract extension with the club until 2024. Hugo joined Spurs back in 2012 and became the captain in August 2015.

Hugo Lloris: Tottenham Hotspur Captain

Hugo Lloris has been an influential component of the Spurs defence. During the 2016-17 campaign, he only let in 26 goals all season, only 9 of which were at home and kept 15 clean sheets – it was Tottenham Hotspur’s best ever defensive display in the club’s history.

Lloris is also skipper of his national team and captained France to World Cup glory in 2018. The current vice captains at Spurs are Harry Kane and Jan Vertonghen.

How much did Tottenham Hotspur spend on the new stadium?

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club have not disclosed an exact cost of the construction of the new stadium. The Northumberland Project, which is what the stadium construction plans are named, was projected to cost approximately £450m when originally commissioned. However recent British media reports suggested that the stadium cost around £1 billion to build.

How are Spurs funding the new Stadium?

After almost 4 years of construction, the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium which was expected to cost £450 million but in fact cost closer to £1billion is being funded by various means. Most of the funding comes from the clubs own cash revenues and bank loans from HSBC, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

The loan repayments total up to around £850 million and are expected to be repaid by 2050.

When was the last time Spurs won the FA Cup?

The last time Spurs won the FA Cup was in 1991. They beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 on the 18th May 1991 at Wembley Stadium. Paul Stewart was the only Tottenham Hotspur player to get on the scoresheet; Nottingham’s Des Walker scored an own goal in the 94th minute of the match to give Spurs the lead after Stuart Pearce had put Forest ahead earlier in the match.

Tottenham Hotspur have won the F.A Cup 8 times throughout the club’s history.

However, they haven’t won it once since the formation of the Premier League. Here is a list of all the Spurs F.A. Cup wins and the players who scored in the finals:

1901 F.A. Cup Final: Sheffield United 1:3 Spurs; John Cameron, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown scored the Spurs goals

1921 F.A. Cup Final: Spurs 1:0 Wolverhampton Wanderers; Jimmy Dimmock scored the Spurs goal.

1961 F.A. Cup Final: Spurs 2:0 Leicester City; Bobby Smith and Terry Dyson scored the Spurs goals.

1962 F.A. Cup Final: Spurs 3:1 Burnley; Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Smith and Danny Blanchflower scored the Spurs goals.

1967 F.A. Cup Final: Spurs 2:1 Chelsea; Jimmy Robertson and Frank Saul scored the Spurs goals.

1981 F.A. Cup Final: Spurs 3:2 Manchester City; Ricky Villa scored twice, including one of the most memorable F.A. Cup final goals, and Garth Crooks scored once for Spurs.

1982 F.A. Cup Final: Spurs 1:0 Queens Park Rangers; Glenn Hoddle scored the goal for Spurs.

When was the last time Spurs won the League Cup?

The last time Tottenham Hotspur won the League Cup was in the 2007/08 season.

Spurs last won the League Cup on the  24th February 2008 after beating Chelsea 2-1 at Wembley Stadium. Dimitar Berbatov and Jonathan Woodgate scored the Spurs goals, and Woodgate went on to be awarded man of the match. On the road to the final Spurs defeated Middlesbrough, Blackpool, Manchester City and Arsenal. A whopping 87,660 spectators attended the final Wembley.

Spurs have won the Football League Cup 4 times

Here is a list of those winning years, and the players who scored in the finals:

1971 League Cup Final: Spurs 2:0 Aston Villa; Martin Chivers scored both the goals for Spurs

1973 League Cup Final: Spurs 1:0 Norwich City; Ralph Coates scored the Spurs goal

1999 League Cup Final: Spurs 1:0 Leicester City; Allen Neilsen scored the Spurs goal

Youngest Spurs player to score in the Premier League?

The youngest ever Spurs player to score in the Premier League is Andy Turner.

Andy scored in a Premier League clash with Everton on September the 5th in 1992 – the year the Premier League began. Turner scored this goal when he was 17 years and 166 days old and since then no player younger than that has scored for Spurs in the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium atmosphere

The new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been specifically designed to retain, and even enhance, the electric atmosphere that filled the four walls of White Hart Lane.

One worry for most fans when a club upgrades in stadium size, or moves into an Olympic or national stadium, as was the case with West Ham, that the stands may be further away from the pitch. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, in fact, been designed with this worry in mind and has sought to minimise any sort of distance between the action and the spectators. The first row will be just under eight metres away from the touchline along the whole circumference of the pitch. Spurs have designed a single-tier stand, which will be the ‘home-end’, and will be approximately six metres from the touchline.

What is Spurs new stadium called?

The official name of the Spurs New Stadium is the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The announcement was made in July 2018, and the ‘A’ of the word ‘Stadium’ will be stylised to create an arrow pointing north, to represent the North London heritage of Spurs.

What does the Tottenham Hotspur motto mean?

In Latin, the Tottenham Hotspur motto is Audere est Facere and in English, this translates to,

‘To Dare is to Do’

The club motto appeared on the Spurs crest between 1956 and 2005. It was removed however during the 2006 rebrand of the club image. The words were similarly showcased on various billboards at White Hart Lane on the West Stand. The decision to remove the motto from the badge was simply down to wanting to modernise the emblem. Latin and modernity don’t usually co-align. This was a decision of Daniel Levy and was made two years into his tenure at Tottenham Hotspur F.C. The club nonetheless endorse the motto as their own.

Where is the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

The Official address of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is 782 High Rd, Tottenham, London, N17 0BX.

Although the Lane will be sorely missed by Spurs fans, the magnificent £1b Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will build on its legacy as the new home of Tottenham Hotspur. The new stadium stands on the same grounds as White Hart Lane, meaning that the ground is accessible by the same public transport routes.

Nearest tube station to the Spurs ground?

Despite the move of football stadium’s, the construction of the new stadium is at the same site as White Hart Lane.

The main tube station near the Tottenham Hotspur football ground is Northumberland Park Station and is an 8-minute walk away. The station has frequent services that connect to the Victoria line underground service at Tottenham Hale station. Northumberland Park station is located in London Travelcard Zone 3.

When did Spurs logo change?

Spurs have changed their logo four times. The first altercation came in 1956. The second change took place in 1983, and Tottenham changed to the club logo it currently has today in 2006.

The Spurs emblem has portrayed a cockerel since the FA Cup final in 1921. The legend dictates that Harry Hotspur, after whom the club is named, had a certain fondness for fighting cocks. In 1956 the Spurs logo included two red lions, the cockerel, a castle, and a collection of trees on the backdrop of a blue shield. The two lions represented the Northumberland Family, of which Harry Hotspur belonged to. The castle is named Bruce Castle and is a local historical structure located near the stadium. The trees on the shield represent the Seven Sisters. The motto, inscribed at the bottom of the emblem, reads ‘Audere Est Facere’ which translates from Latin as ‘To dare is to do’. This has been the club’s motto ever since.

The Tottenham badge was then altered again in 1983. The blue shield was removed, as were the castle and trees. The motto was placed on the upon the backdrop of a yellow scroll that lay beneath the fighting cockerel, of which perched over a ball containing the letters ‘THFC’.

Why are Tottenham Hotspur called Spurs?

When the club was formed in 1882, it was originally entitled the ‘Hotspur Football Club’. The club was established by a few schoolboys who were members of the Hotspur cricket club which was formed two years earlier.

Sir Harry Hotspur

The Hotspur football club became Tottenham Hotspur in 1884. The name of the football club, as well as the name of the Hotspur cricket club, are both said to be named in honour of Sir Henry Percy. Sir Henry Percy, customarily known as Harry Hotspur, was a late medieval nobleman. His Northumberland family owned the land that covered the Tottenham Marshes. Henry Percy was a key figure in William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, and his legend – and legacy – has been established in the local area ever since the 14th century.

For many years, followers of English football have used ‘Spurs’ and ‘Tottenham Hotspur’ interchangeably to refer to the North London club. Tottenham Hotspur are also nicknamed ‘the Lilywhites’ due to the historical all-white shirt that the team has always sported. However, this is used far less to refer to Tottenham than ‘Spurs’ is, which is probably used just as frequently as the clubs official title.

Have Spurs won a European cup?

Tottenham Hotspur won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup on the 15th May 1963. Subsequently, they first won the UEFA Cup (now the Europa League) on the 17th May 1972, and again on the 23rd May 1984.

What is Tottenham Hotspur’s highest ever Premier League points tally?

Spurs achieved their highest ever points tally in the 2016/17 Premier League campaign with a record 86 points.

This was Tottenham’s last ever season at White Hart Lane. The historic home of the Lilywhites was demolished at the end of the campaign to make way for the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. During the 2016/17 campaign, Tottenham remained undefeated at home; this was not only in the Premier League but in all competitions. They won the last 14 league matches at the Lane.

In the 38 games played during the 2016/17 Premier League season, Spurs won 26 games, drew 8, and lost 4. Tottenham finished with a goal difference of +60 and finished 7 points behind the League champions, Chelsea.

Harry Kane played a crucial part in Tottenham’s success and won the Golden Boot for this campaign with a total of 29 goals. Dele Alli scored 18 and Heung-Min Son got 14.

Where is the Tottenham Hotspur training ground?

The Tottenham Hotspur training ground is located on Hotspur Way in Enfield. Both the first team and the development squad regularly use these facilities.

The training ground incorporates a list of features that are designed to maximise the performance of all Spurs players. These include the following: a pool and hydrotherapy complex, an altitude room, specialist rehabilitation suites, an indoors artificial pitch, and 15 grass outdoor pitches. The first team pitch is designed, like for like, to the exact specification of the pitch at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Club have also recently been approved by the Tottenham Council to build a new two-story extensions to the training grounds.