Latest Tottenham news: Some fans happy as club decides to freeze 2019-2020 ticket prices
A release from the club stated that all season tickets for the 2019-2020 season will be frozen. The club thanked the supporters for their patience and also for backing the side during their stay at Wembley.
The release added that season renewals would start from 22 April and the final date for renewals would be on 17 May.
Further details will be provided by the club on a later date.
The costliest season ticket stands at £1,995 and is only for 19 Premier League games.
Our opening game at the new stadium is set
The stadium was expected to open in September last year, but there have been several delays.
The club announced that Crystal Palace would be our first visitors to the new ground on 3 April, and it will be interesting to see what kind of atmosphere the new stadium features.
Tottenham are also in talks with TfL to rename the White Hart Lane station to Tottenham Hotspur.
Many fans were happy with the decision to freeze prices despite us moving to a new ground. There were a few who criticised the move, and here are some of their reactions from Twitter.
That’s nice to know…. any good gestures for season ticket holders? Maybe a free shirt to compensate fans for disruption. Gutted as well the first game is midweek meaning a very limited opening on the new ground. But appriciate all the effort the club have put in. COYS
— Sam Ellis (@BLACKHORSEGAFFA) March 18, 2019
— Paul Dyer (@mabbutt) March 18, 2019
Its crazy that we now consider a price freeze a “win” when many of us had a massive 50% hike on our season tickets. I have a lesser seat & less games. With so much money made through TV & sponsorship, I am still deeply disappointed in the clubs treatment of us if Im honest 🤷♂️
— Benny V 🎶 (@BennyVDC) March 18, 2019
wow u done something good for once
— LP ✈️ (@thfcIp) March 18, 2019
First time in a year we haven’t been mugged off. Cheers @SpursOfficial xx
— Soph🌸 (@soph_thfc) March 18, 2019
Thank goodness for that. I don’t think the Twitter servers could have coped with the reaction to any sort of increase.
— Jane Sparrow (@spurs_sparrow) March 18, 2019
The way you have treated the fans this season this is the least you could do
— James Caulfield ✌️ (@jrcaulf) March 18, 2019
Thanks very much for doing the absolute least you possibly could, given the circumstances!! 👏🏼
— David (@BedfordSpur) March 18, 2019
Rightly so ☑️ ➡️ please freeze the prices every season until wages consistently rise. Don’t price out the working class fan anymore than has already occurred 🙏🏼 PLEASE
— Rob (@robgriffin68) March 18, 2019
Wow you did something good. First time in a while
— pad (@ManLikeAlli) March 18, 2019