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Tottenham Hotspur have revealed the season ticket prices for the under-construction new 62,000-capacity stadium, reports the Daily Mail.

Spurs left White Hart Lane stadium at the end of the 2016-17 season and moved to the Wembley in order to reconstruct the stadium on the site. With the current progress in mind, they remain hopeful of moving to the new stadium before the start of the 2018-19 campaign.

On Monday, the club revealed the cost of their season tickets. The Daily Mail report that Spurs’ new south stand will be a single tier for 17,500 fans – the largest of its type in Europe.

For the cheapest season ticket, an adult will need to pay £795, people aged 18-21 will have to pay £595 and seniors and children will pay £397.50, as per the Daily Mail.

In the south stand, the cheapest ticket starts at £875 with the most expensive one costing £1,995. These prices represent the most expensive season ticket price in the Premier League, compared to other clubs this campaign.

According to BBC’s Price of Football Survey, Spurs’ cheapest season ticket at Wembley started at £645, with the most expensive one reaching £1,700.

The Daily Mail states that fans can pay £995 for an adult season ticket at the front of the south stand. However, child’s season tickets are not available in the south stand. Also, there will be 42,000 season tickets available at the new ground.

Meanwhile, the report also says that the roof lift has started taking place and the structure of the stadium is taking shape.

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