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High-tech Tottenham Hotspur Stadium commands high ticket costs

Ange Postecoglou’s tenure at Tottenham Hotspur was off to a flying start, but Spurs eventually couldn’t secure a top-four finish in a topsy-turvy 2023/24 season.

Unai Emery’s Aston Villa pipped the North London outfit to a coveted fourth place by only two points, condemning Tottenham to a second consecutive season with Champions League football.

Spurs’ new season gets underway on August 19 as they head to the King Power Stadium to meet promoted Leicester City in their opening 2024/25 Premier League fixture.

Reinforcing a leaky backline that conceded a whopping 61 goals last term is among club priorities, with Radu Dragusin’s agent shedding new light on Spurs’ transfer plans.

“From what I know, Spurs are not looking for a pure central defender. They are more looking for a versatile defender,” Florin Manea told Romania’s TVPlay, as quoted by TMW.

Despite failing to lock down Champions League qualification, Tottenham’s financial stability remains off the charts, allowing the club to pursue high-profile deals in the summer.

Club president Daniel Levy, who oversaw the construction of the state-of-the-art Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, is ready to uplift the quality of Postecoglou’s squad in the coming months.

But while Tottenham fans enjoy the privilege of watching Premier League matches at arguably the most sophisticated football venue in Europe, tickets don’t come cheap.

Spurs have disregarded the current inflation rate in the United Kingdom, slapping a 6.7% increase on the cheapest tickets at their top-of-the-line stadium.

The cheapest adult season ticket at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the upcoming season costs £856, while the most expensive package comes at an eye-watering £2,367.

Such a mind-blowing figure will probably price a significant portion of Spurs fans out of watching Postecoglou’s side from premium seats.

Only seven sections of the stadium are reserved for underage supporters, though junior season tickets come at a substantial markdown in price, spanning between £428 and £606.

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