Latest Spurs news: Tottenham confirm bans for supporters selling Champions League final tickets
Tottenham confirmed the club had “issued indefinite bans” to three season ticket holders who had listed their Champions League final tickets on a secondary platform.
The club added that “transferring or selling tickets on unofficially breaches our terms and conditions”.
The release further claimed that the club would be handing out the strongest possible action against anyone selling the tickets or doing similar activities.
Tottenham added that the club would cancel match tickets being resold and those tickets would not allow supporters entry for the final.
Fans back club over action
Spurs face Liverpool in the Champions League final at the Wanda Metropolitano on June 1.
This is possibly the biggest game that Mauricio Pochettino has been involved in during his managerial career and the Argentine could become a club legend should he lift the trophy in Madrid.
Spurs lost both games against Liverpool in the Premier League this season, however, we have proved our ability in the knockout stages of the Champions League in this campaign.
It was difficult to get a ticket for the final as UEFA only allocated 17,000 tickets to each club (h/t BBC). The final in Madrid will be one the biggest memories for Tottenham supporters and many backed the decision taken by the club regarding the banning of some individuals.
Well done 👏
— Charlie Bull (@CBull2001) May 21, 2019
Now do the same to members who did the same thing for the Ajax semi. Sold out in seconds, and available on non-official channels within minutes. pic.twitter.com/BLD6YRMRm9
— James Todd (@MrJGTodd) May 21, 2019
You stuck to your word on touting and secondary use, great work guys hopefully this teaches them a lesson
— TJ 🇪🇦 [LMcK] (@BrixtonSpurs) May 21, 2019
Wow. Fair play for taking such a strong stance 👏
— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) May 21, 2019
— Tottenham Funnies (@SpursFunnies) May 21, 2019
— LFC TICKET SPARES (@Darreng85031479) May 21, 2019
Well played 👏👏👏
— Trevor Lloyd (@Trevorlloyd92) May 21, 2019
— Paul Dyer (@mabbutt) May 21, 2019
👏 Great stand by Spurs!
— G.E May 📌 (@KopiteMay) May 21, 2019