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Watch Tottenham in the Champions League at Wembley Stadium - vs Bayer Leverkusen / CSKA Moscow - From £20 for Adults and £10.00 for children/OAPs

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Watch Tottenham in the Champions League at Wembley Stadium from just £10 a ticket! (£20 for Adults) (plus postage and booking fees) Spurs are playing Home Champions League fixtures at Wembley Stadi… Read More
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Watch Tottenham in the Champions League at Wembley Stadium from just £10 a ticket! (£20 for Adults) (plus postage and booking fees)

Spurs are playing Home Champions League fixtures at Wembley Stadium whilst White Hart Lane is at a reduced capacity due to the building of their new stadium.

Hopefully they'll be better results than the opener against Monaco!

Please try and resist the urge to turn this into a playground football argument and focus on the deal - though us Spurs fans are used to the abuse!

UEFA Champions League

Tottenham Hotspur v Bayer Leverkusen

Wembley Stadium

Wednesday 2 November

Kick-Off: 7.45pm

UEFA Champions League

Tottenham Hotspur v CSKA Moscow

Wembley Stadium

Wednesday 7 December

Kick-Off: 7.45pm

Tickets on general sale (maximum of six tickets per transaction) at 10am on Wednesday 28 September.

General sale will be strictly subject to availability.

All supporters will receive a match ticket for the Champions League fixtures held at Wembley Stadium. These will be dispatched to the lead client's address.

Tickets for these matches are priced at:

Club Wembley (ticket only) - £60.00

Category 1 - £50.00

Category 2 - £40.00

Category 3 - £35.00

Category 4 - £30.00

Category 5 - £20.00

Seniors Over-65 and juniors Under-18 are priced at 50% of the adult prices above.
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14 Likes
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?
11 Likes
go along and hopefully be part of history,after Spurs became the first team to record five straight defeats at wembley you can say you were there and saw the sixth.
9 Likes
LFC fan here, but gotta vote hot for this deal.
8 Likes
let's hope the spuds get hammered!!!!
8 Likes
Look at the attendance issues Man City are having for CL games, Arsenal only sold 77k seats for their Wembley stay... and Spurs are being slated for offering a clear ticket structure from £20 to £60, and setting home attendance record

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8 Likes #1
let's hope the spuds get hammered!!!!
11 Likes #2
go along and hopefully be part of history,after Spurs became the first team to record five straight defeats at wembley you can say you were there and saw the sixth.
#3
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
14 Likes #4
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?
5 Likes #5
Don't think spurs need to do deals on tickets to sell them .Seeing as the waiting list for season tickets is 50.000+ And that was a couple of years back :0
8 Likes #6
Look at the attendance issues Man City are having for CL games, Arsenal only sold 77k seats for their Wembley stay... and Spurs are being slated for offering a clear ticket structure from £20 to £60, and setting home attendance record
4 Likes #7
Face172
Look at the attendance issues Man City are having for CL games, Arsenal only sold 77k seats for their Wembley stay... and Spurs are being slated for offering a clear ticket structure from £20 to £60, and setting home attendance record

Yep, crazy how people bash the low pricing, but it's better to have bums on seats than empty seats, other clubs tried to fill the stadium and failed. Tempted with the 2nd November match, it's my partners 40th birthday, maybe she would like to go along with me?
#8
shelleythornuk
Don't think spurs need to do deals on tickets to sell them .Seeing as the waiting list for season tickets is 50.000+ And that was a couple of years back :0

Thats the waiting list to leave not join.
3 Likes #9
N1Andy
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?

Absolutely. Considering the opposition aren't exactly a big pull meaning that we aren't likely to grab that many casual fans. Also Monaco only bought 300 Away fans or something so that match was full to the brim with spurs fans.

IF we get through and pull a huge side out, does anyone really think there is going to be an issue selling out?!?

I'll be there anyway, got my ticket for all 3 games and as disappointing as the Monaco game was it was a great occassion.
#10
I just had a look and there's not much left unless you want single tickets.
1 Like #11
I purchased two tickets for both games. I was on the waiting page from 10:00 and got in at 10:50 and most seats were gone.

But managed to get pairs of tickets for both games. COYS!
9 Likes #12
LFC fan here, but gotta vote hot for this deal.
2 Likes #13
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D

Err... you realise that Spurs have set the record for the most attendance (85,000) at a home game?

Yes, Spurs can't fill a stadium of 85,000 by selling tickets for £60 each... Then again, what team can and how exactly would that be a good thing for supporters, the club, or football in general?

I can't believe people here of all places are slating Spurs for offering tickets at a reasonable price. As a Spurs fan, I'm very happy to pick up my tickets for £30.

Edited By: monkeywithatypewriter on Sep 28, 2016 12:09
1 Like #14
Spuds.The team that came third in a two horse race.
#15
N1Andy
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?


Can't be a record home attendance if it was at Wembley.ManCity still hold the record
5 Likes #16
Q-Tec
Spuds.The team that came third in a two horse race.

Spuds? Where the heck do you get off mate?

This kind of "banter" can only come from a local rival, a pre pubescent teen or a glory supporter desperate to find rivalry as he isn't aware of who their real rivals are. Which one are you?



Edited By: g8spur on Sep 28, 2016 13:05
2 Likes #17
blue1971
N1Andy
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?

Can't be a record home attendance if it was at Wembley.ManCity still hold the record

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_record_home_attendances_of_English_football_clubs
1 Like #18
Got two tickets. Had to go for the cheap seats at the back but £20 for a ECL game at Wembley will do me!
#19
Hot deal! Bargains for Champions League tickets
1 Like #20
blue1971
N1Andy
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?
Can't be a record home attendance if it was at Wembley.ManCity still hold the record
No they don't. Record is now held by spurs.
#21
COYS
#22
Not sure which is the bigger dump to have a football ground in between Wembley or Tottenham but this is hot. COYS!
#23
This is the problem with letting small clubs into the Champions League, it's supposed to be the biggest, most glamourous competition on the planet yet some clubs can't even sell out their home games without slashing prices.
#24
N1Andy
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?


Still got whooped
#25
N1Andy
I just had a look and there's not much left unless you want single tickets.


Fret not...for the Monaco game, Spurs held back about 1200 tickets (in large blocks) until a day or 2 before the match. Wouldn't be surprised if they do the same again.
#26
cold not CSKA Moscow game
1 Like #27
blue1971
N1Andy
kamenitzabrit
Not a spurs fan myself, but I remember how they used to boast about how many of their fans were actually from London as opposed to a few other teams in the city who drew a lot of their support from much farther away - when playing in places like Birmingham for example, there'd be groups of fifty to a hundred from the Midlands at the games (obviously in the days before all-ticket and all-seater stadiums ruined all that jollity).
Anyway, how times have changed, when even the mighty 'Tottenham from the lane' cannot guarantee to fill a stadium unless they have some sort of promotion.
The memories of the old songs comes flooding back, with a well known ditty to the tune of 'the laughing policeman', and another with lyrics something like 'he's only a poor little *****, who stands at the back of the shelf, he goes to the bar, to buy a lager, and only buys one for himself' :D
To be fair, there's not many clubs that can sell out 85,000 like i believe they did for the monaco match a few weeks back........think i saw in the paper ot was a record home attendance?

Can't be a record home attendance if it was at Wembley.ManCity still hold the record


I wouldn't worry about Spurs holding the record now, and City being pushed down into 2nd place. Its not like we can put a trophy in our cabinet for having the record home attendance. We're not particularly bothered about it, so I don't see why any other football fans might be jealous of it.
#28
theyiddo
N1Andy
I just had a look and there's not much left unless you want single tickets.
Fret not...for the Monaco game, Spurs held back about 1200 tickets (in large blocks) until a day or 2 before the match. Wouldn't be surprised if they do the same again.

I believe those tickets were ones returned by Monaco after not selling their allocation. Leverkusen and CSKA will bring a lot more fans than Monaco did I'm sure.
1 Like #29
beentheredomthat
theyiddo
N1Andy
I just had a look and there's not much left unless you want single tickets.
Fret not...for the Monaco game, Spurs held back about 1200 tickets (in large blocks) until a day or 2 before the match. Wouldn't be surprised if they do the same again.
I believe those tickets were ones returned by Monaco after not selling their allocation. Leverkusen and CSKA will bring a lot more fans than Monaco did I'm sure.


No, they were quite low down, behind both goals.

Edited By: theyiddo on Sep 28, 2016 16:12
#30
Q-Tec
Spuds.The team that came third in a two horse race.

It was never a two horse race between Leicester and Tottenham. By Christmas Tottenham were nine points behind Leicester. At the end of January Arsenal and Leicester were joint top with Tottenham five points behind. For Spurs to win the title we would have had to go unbeaten for the half of the season. It was Arsenal who blew the title not Tottenham.
#31
nailsy
Q-Tec
Spuds.The team that came third in a two horse race.
It was never a two horse race between Leicester and Tottenham. By Christmas Tottenham were nine points behind Leicester. At the end of January Arsenal and Leicester were joint top with Tottenham five points behind. For Spurs to win the title we would have had to go unbeaten for the half of the season. It was Arsenal who blew the title not Tottenham.

Oh dear that's quite the revision of history, in that it's in no way true.

This site has very clear week-by-week tables:Statto
Showing that City & Arsenal were level behind Leicester at the end of Jan, then they both fell away and Spurs took up 2nd place right up till mid-May when they fell apart ;)

Anyway this is a good deal to see champions league football - voted hot.
2 Likes #32
I am LFC fan went to the Monaco game took nephew to his first match was great night out. HOT deal
2 Likes #33
Whats the view like with the £20 tickets. Just got 3 tickets for me and the 2 kids to CSKA match on 7th. Added £10 for booking fee so came to £50. Hopefully won't need binoculars and be a good night out. Cheers op.
1 Like #34
jezzery
Whats the view like with the £20 tickets. Just got 3 tickets for me and the 2 kids to CSKA match on 7th. Added £10 for booking fee so came to £50. Hopefully won't need binoculars and be a good night out. Cheers op.


i was right at the back last row was great view
#35
Life is good being a Spurs fan. :D
#36
pothead13
jezzery
Whats the view like with the £20 tickets. Just got 3 tickets for me and the 2 kids to CSKA match on 7th. Added £10 for booking fee so came to £50. Hopefully won't need binoculars and be a good night out. Cheers op.


i was right at the back last row was great view


Good to hear. Cheers
#37
jezzery
Whats the view like with the £20 tickets. Just got 3 tickets for me and the 2 kids to CSKA match on 7th. Added £10 for booking fee so came to £50. Hopefully won't need binoculars and be a good night out. Cheers op.


I was near the back, £20 ticket and the view was really good. Wembley has been built in such a way that you get a good view no matter where you sit.

Check this site for an idea of the view you'll get:
http://www.wembleystadium.com/TheStadium/ViewFromYourSeat.aspx
#38
Face172
Look at the attendance issues Man City are having for CL games, Arsenal only sold 77k seats for their Wembley stay... and Spurs are being slated for offering a clear ticket structure from £20 to £60, and setting home attendance record


Is that when that was also the capacity of Wembley!?!
1 Like #39
Joking aside, if you like football and you're not a moron, it's a good deal. Have some heat
#40
I agree with the comment above - I'm a LCFC fan and was had over yesterday for £55 for my ticket in the cheaper family stand. I wish that they were offering them at this price at King Power. A hot deal.

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