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How Can I Buy Tottenham Hotspur Tickets: The Ultimate Guide To Seeing Spurs


Are you a Tottenham Hotspur supporter looking to finally get tickets to watch the team since they moved from White Hart Lane? Or perhaps you’re a football tourist looking to watch some of the Premier League’s top stars in one of the biggest and best stadiums? Either way, you are not alone in your pursuit of tickets for Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Whether seeking Tottenham tickets for yourself or as the ultimate gift to the Spurs fan in your life, this guide will answer all of your key questions like;

  • Where is the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?
  • How do I get tickets to watch Tottenham Hotspurs?
  • Are all tickets at Tottenham priced the same?
  • What else can I do at the Tottenham Stadium?

Here’s everything you need to know as you look to watch the Spurs Go Marching On, On, On.

Who Are Tottenham Hotspur?

If you are a Spurs fan, the club and the team will need no introduction. If you’re a tourist or a non-football follower looking to treat a loved one, a little insight into the club is a good starting point.

Tottenham Hotspur is a north London football club currently playing in the English Premier League. The team is managed by Antonio Conte and is considered one of the ‘big six’ clubs in English football. They have challenged for the league title in recent years and reached the Champions League final in 2019.

Some of the club’s most famous players in history include; Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker, Teddy Sheringham, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks, Jimmy Greaves, and Bill Nicholson. Current stars include Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son, Lucas Moura, and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg

The club has won the league twice and FA Cup on eight occasions.

A Quick Guide To The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a purpose-built multi-sports stadium that is primarily used as Tottenham’s home ground. Construction started in 2016 and the venue was officially opened in April 2019. It has a capacity of 62.850 and is widely accepted as one of the best stadiums in world football thanks to its advanced architectural design and iconic single-tiered South Stand, which is the biggest of its kind in the UK.

While the stadium is still in its infancy, the club has already started to create magical moments since moving. This started with a Champions League win over Manchester City in just the second game at the venue and has included wins over fierce rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.

Incredibly the stadium is on the same site as former home White Hart Lane. So, Spurs fans have not had to see their team relocated from its spiritual home. Tottenham fans and football supporters alike are in agreement that it is one of the most special venues in the country, which is why getting tickets for Tottenham can be quite hard.

Before Buying Tickets For The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

When looking at tickets for a match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, you should be aware of the different prices. Firstly, ticket prices will vary depending on your age with the four categories being Adults, Young Adults, Seniors, and Children. Do not pay for an adult if you fall under one of the concessions.

Meanwhile, you should also know that Premier League Games are split into categories, which also impacts the prices. Category A matches are the most expensive and cover derby games against Arsenal and Chelsea as well as clashes with the other biggest clubs. Category B matches include the likes of Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers while Category C are the cheapest matches and are played against the smaller teams like Norwich City.

Tickets are also priced differently in certain sections of the ground. As is the case with most Premier League grounds, the most expensive tickets are near the dugout (which is found in the West Stand at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium) while cheaper tickets are found in the upper tiers and behind the goals.

Tickets are now made available as digital tickets. They are loaded onto your phone and ticket holders can scan the barcode to gain entry to the stadium via the appropriate turnstile.

How To Buy Tickets To Watch Tottenham Hotspur

Watching Spurs is arguably the hottest ticket in London right now. The stadium is currently the largest club ground in the capital while the state-of-the-art stadium attracts fans from around the globe too. Of course, it helps that Antonio Conte’s squad includes the captains of three international teams in Harry Kane (England) Hugo Lloris (France), and Heung-Min Son (South Korea).

While the stadium did officially open in 2019, the pandemic did mean that several games were held behind closed doors or with limited capacities. So, the demand for tickets from die-hard fans, casual fans, and groundhoppers alike has remained high. In truth, it is hard to imagine a time where this will change.

But don’t panic, there are ways to book your seat for a match at the stadium. Your options are detailed below:

Club Season Tickets

The easiest way to guarantee your seat for any game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is to have a season card. Unfortunately, there is a long waiting list and it could be years before you get to buy one. Oh, and when you do, it’ll cost over £800 for the cheapest adult seat and over £2,000 to watch a year’s worth of action in the good seats.

A season ticket only covers league games too, meaning domestic and European cup games will cost extra money. When added to the fact that most fans cannot commit to watching every game, not least because they often get moved for TV due to Tottenham’s appeal to TV audiences, season tickets are only an option for a small percentage of supporters.

Club Membership

Tottenham’s official club membership is called One Hotspur. It is split into two tiers (One Hotspur and One Hotspur+) with the latter giving members a spot on the season ticket waiting list as well as an additional priority window for buying tickets

All members can purchase tickets before they go on general sale. However, it should be noted that despite the stadium’s capacity, only a few thousand tickets are available to members. This is because there are 50,000 season ticket holders while away supporters also account for a few thousand. In many cases, under 10,000 tickets remain.

Therefore, the struggle to get tickets for the biggest matches (London derbies, Liverpool, and the Manchester clubs) can prove quite difficult. For fans who are not bothered about what game they watch, the FA Cup and Carabao Cup are usually easier as many season card holders skip these games. The prices in the early rounds are usually cheaper than a Premier League fixture too.

However, if you are planning to buy tickets for just one game, the fact that you’ll have paid over £40 for a membership (on top of the ticket costs) does knock up the expenses. On a brighter note, concession One Hotspur memberships are available for Juniors and Seniors.

Single Match Tottenham Tickets

When you want tickets for a random Tottenham match, you may find that the early cup games reach general sale. However, it should be noted that Spurs will often rest their superstars for these games. League games and big cup games rarely reach the general sale window.

However, there are many reasons why you may want tickets for a single game. Perhaps you’re a Spurs fan visiting London for the first time. Maybe Tottenham are set to play against the team that your spouse loves. Or watching the North London Derby could be on your bucket list of games to see in your lifetime.

Either way, using a ticket exchange portal is the best way to buy Tottenham tickets for your chosen game. Tickets are listed by holders who can no longer attend the fixture, allowing you to buy their tickets at a fair price to guarantee your seat at the chosen fixture. Tickets are available for every game while listings are in real-time. It’s a safe, convenient, and cost-effective solution when you want tickets to a specific game – particularly if it’s a big one.

Better still, you can pick seats in the stand of your choice. Thanks to the use of digital tickets, you can gain immediate access to your ticket almost immediately.

Away Matches

As well as their 19 Premier League and various domestic and European cup games at home, Spurs fans may also want to follow their team to an away game. The sad news is that you are very unlikely to grab tickets in the away section at The Emirates or Old Trafford without being a Spurs season ticket holder.

On a brighter note, it may be possible to get tickets in the home end at another club. While you won’t be able to sing When The Spurs Go Marching In without getting a few looks, it is an opportunity to watch your heroes at another stadium.

To get tickets for a Tottenham away game, you can either check the home club’s official channels (especially if it’s one of the less well-supported teams who rarely sell out) or check out the marketplace platforms that can be used for single home matches.

Women’s Matches

Tottenham’s men’s team aren’t the only set of players to walk out at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. While the club’s women’s team play the majority of their matches in nearby Barnet at The Hive, some of their biggest matches in the WSL campaign do take place at N17 0BX. The matches are a lot cheaper, although they are far less frequent.

How Else Can You Visit The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Whether you manage to buy tickets to see Harry Kane and co. in action or not, there are other incentives to visit the stadium. As mentioned, it is one of the most incredible architectural developments in the country, making it a venue that non-Tottenham supporters can enjoy. Here’s how:

Stadium Tours

Tottenham Hotspur stadium tours run every day of the week (excluding matchdays) and allow investors to explore behind-the-scenes of the stadium. Guided by a multimedia device that explores the history of the club, guests will see the changing rooms, stands, tunnel, dugout, and more.

In addition to general stadium tours, the club offers VIP tours and Legends tours (guided by former players) at various stages of the year.


In addition to the tours, Tottenham Hotspur offer a unique attraction called Skywalk that allows guests to walk over the stadium. The climb is an incredible experience thats’ ideal for Spurs fans, adrenaline junkies, and anyone who wants phenomenal 360-views of the north London skyline.

The Skywalk experiences can also include abseiling down the stadium or a controlled drop where you jump from the side of the stadium to the ground. For a one-of-a-kind attraction that will mean you never forget your experience of the stadium, the Skywalk and Dare Skywalk activities will serve you well.

To Dare is to Do.

Other Events

Alternatively, if you want to watch some live action at the incredible Tottenham Hotspur Stadium without necessarily wanting to watch a football match, plenty of additional big events take place there throughout the year.

If American football is your preference over soccer, the NFL is holding at least two games at the Tottenham Stadium each year for a decade. Meanwhile, Anthony Joshua lost his heavyweight world titles to Oleksandr Usyk at the arena in September 2021.

The stadium is built to host music events too.


Watching Glory, Glory Tottenham Hotspur at the new stadium is something every Spurs fan and general football supporter should try to do at least once. However, the days of rocking up to the ground two hours before kick-off to visit the box office are long gone. You will need to book your tickets in advance through the methods mentioned above.

Sadly, you cannot guarantee that Antonio Conte’s men will win. But you can be assured that it’s a moment you’ll never forget. Come On You Spurs.

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