At a time when it’s never been more expensive to be a football fan, Spurs have come up with an offer for our supporters that screams value.
With Tottenham’s Champions League games to take place at Wembley next season, the club are offering fans the chance to buy a multi-game ticket covering all three group games. At tickets starting at £70, rising to a top price of £150, Spurs supporters have the chance to watch the Champions League at a relatively low cost.
With Wembley’s full capacity of 90,000 in play, it’s clear that the plan is to fill the stadium rather the club’s coffers. Here’s how Tottenham fans reacted to the good news.
A full capacity Wembley available to Spurs for Champions League games. pic.twitter.com/aR9f53hraC
— New Spurs Stadium (@NewSpursStadium) July 13, 2016
Been an absolute pleasure working with the team at @SpursOfficial on Wembley UCL ticketing. Great decision by the Club to price accessibly.
— THST (@THSTOfficial) July 13, 2016
Hats off to @THSTOfficial who have been lobbying the club for accessible ticket pricing & full capacity ever since Wembley was announced.
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) July 13, 2016
Champions League pricing is top notch. Sensible move by the club. Up to us now to create the atmosphere at the games, no excuses. #COYS
— Ferret (@ferret_7) July 13, 2016
As hard as it was to accept not having CL football at WHL, Levy has gone along way to try & appease us, for that he deserves credit.#THFC
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) July 13, 2016
Great that we're using the full capacity at Wembley for the CL. I was really fearful that having half the ground would ruin the atmosphere.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) July 13, 2016
3 away days at Hull, Sunderland and West Brom = £90
3 Champions league games at Wembley = £70#COYS
— Tom Lee (@tommolee123) July 13, 2016
— Richard (@Richy_Bakes) July 13, 2016
— Terry Mac (@YidTel) July 13, 2016