Tottenham Hotspur wants revanche for their devastating end of last season. They only way they can take revanche is to win the Premier League this year. To reach this goal Tottenham Hotspur has a lot of quality players like Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen, Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris. Buy Tottenham tickets and watch these star football players live in action.
Tickets to Tottenham games
Tickets to Tottenham games are available for home and away Premiership UK matches including:
- Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United
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Tottenham Hotspur 2017-2018
Tottenham Hotspur plays for 4 trophies this season. They start in the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and Capital One Cup. The focus will be mainly on competing for the Premier League title and trying to reach at least the last 16 teams in the Champions League. When they don’t succeed in the Champions League they want to win the Europa League. Tottenham’s squad is almost like last season’s team. Star players Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Hugo Lloris all stayed at the club. Livefootballtickets.com has a wide range of Tottenham Hotspur tickets available for all competitions. So don’t hesitate to buy your Tottenham tickets for the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup or Capital One Cup.
Tottenham Hotspur stadium
White Hart Lane is Tottenham Hotspur’s home stadium since 1899. The stadium is based in North London and has a capacity of 36,284. After celebrating many successes in this stadium, Tottenham decided it’s time for a new and bigger stadium. The Northumberland Development Project is a project to build a replacement for White Hart Lane. The new stadium has a planned capacity for 61,000 spectators. Constructors are building the new stadium right behind White Hart Lane. The opening date for the new stadium is scheduled for the 2018-2019 season. So hurry up when you’re planning to visit White Hart Lane. You’ll have to the end of next season to watch a Spurs match at White Hart Lane. Browse our ticket inventory and buy your tickets for White Hart Lane securely online. You will enjoy watching a match in this authentic English football stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur history
Tottenham Hotspur was formed in 1882 as Hotspur F.C. and played his matches in the Southern League between 1896 and 1908. As first non-league club since the formation of the Football League they won the FA Cup in 1901. They were elected into the Football League Second Division in 1908. This was their first of 8 FA Cup wins in total. The Spurs are the forerunners in many things. After being the first non-league team to win the FA Cup, they also were the first club to win the League and FA Cup double in the 20th century. Tottenham won the 1962-1963 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. They were the first British to win an UEFA club competition. In 1972 they became the first British team to win two different major European trophies after winning the UEFA Cup.
The North-London derby is the match of the season for every Tottenham Hotspur fan. In this match, they face their neighbours and rivals Arsenal. There is a fierce rivalry between The Spurs and the Gunners. The rivalry began in 1913 why Arsenal moved to Highbury which is located four miles from Tottenham Hotspur’s White Hart Lane. In 1919 the rivalry escalated when Arsenal earned a spot in the First Division over the Spurs, by voting. The Spurs accused Arsenal’s chairman of some underhand dealings. The North-London derby is one of the biggest derbies in English football since. Do you want to attend a North-London derby and experience this rivalry yourself? We have several North-London derby tickets available. For both Arsenal home matches as Tottenham Hotspur home matches. So don’t hesitate any longer, browse our ticket inventory and buy the best tickets through our secure booking system.