The brand new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium opened its doors in April 2019 – and matches at the state-of-the-art sporting arena quickly became one of the hottest tickets in London.
With a capacity of over 62,000, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the capital’s largest football venue. Like all Premier League clubs, Tottenham play 19 home league fixtures a season, and with cup games (albeit no European games for the upcoming season) on top, visitors have plenty of opportunities to try and see a game – if they can get a ticket. Alternatively, there’s also the option to attend an away game, with away tickets often available if you know how to find them. To check dates for games scheduled for the 2023 / 2024 season, fixture lists are readily available to view online. We’ve also done some research and outlined some of the best options available for buying Tottenham match tickets over the internet.
Ticketgum are currently our preferred choice for purchasing Spurs tickets online. The sports and football tickets brokers have excellent availability for all games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. We found tickets starting at £80 GBP for a league game against Sheffield United in mid-September. However, for more prestigious games, such as against reigning treble-winners Man City or a local derby against arch-rivals Arsenal, prices are invariably significantly higher.
The company work with a large network of suppliers, with tickets usually advertised by fans who can’t attend games and so are looking to resell. This means that Ticketgum receive the tickets prior to reselling them, so there’s almost zero risk of fakes or forgeries. Tickets are usually shipped two to three days before a fixture at the latest and if you’re staying overnight in a hotel or other accommodation you can have them delivered there. Alternatively, there are designated pick-up points within reach of the stadium where you can grab your tickets – ideal when you’re buying at the last minute. The company also have a strong Trustpilot rating, so you can make your purchase with maximum peace of mind.
StubHub International have been a major player in the ticket resale market since their foundation in 2000. Sellers can pitch tickets at any price, and this can often mean tickets are offered for substantially above face value – especially for more high profile games. Helpfully, however, the website shows you the face value price of each ticket, letting you weigh up the relative value for money. Buyers can request for their tickets to be delivered physically, as print-at-home, or as a mobile transfer for upmost convenience. Availability tends to be very good, and when we searched for Tottenham matches we found tickets on offer for every remaining game this season, with prices as low as £90 for less prestigious fixtures. Additional fees for service, delivery and VAT, work out at around £35 per ticket, but to help you avoid getting caught out the website has a slider option that lets you see the full price including fees even before you start the booking process. StubHub also go the extra mile through a FanProtect Guarantee that helps ensure the tickets are genuine, are the same or comparable with those you ordered, and will get to you in time for the event.
P1 Travel are our number one choice for hospitality tickets at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Their packages include perks such as food and drinks, lounge access, and padded seats to watch games – with seats alongside each other so you can enjoy the action with people you know. At Tottenham, there are a variety of hospitality packages, all of which include the above benefits, but differ on which lounge you can access. The cosy Travel Club Lounge is the standard offering, while the Stratus Lounge is the premium option, delivering breath-taking panoramic views across the pitch as well as the London skyline. Official E-tickets delivered to your phone are also included with all hospitality packages at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Pricing varies depending on the prestige of the game, but start at around £120 per person.