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Wheelbarrow
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And if it happens then THFC are paying TfL (I think)
£14m for the privilege.


That seems less than clear now. This article includes the quote:
"There are reports that TfL had been trying to make Tottenham pay at least £14.7 million for the renaming, but somehow the club looks to have managed to wrangle it for free — instead settling for a rather vague "unique brand partnership between TfL and Tottenham Hotspur"."

It also mentions that TfL official position is that it is still subject to a consultation.

https://londonist.com/...ed-tottenham-hotspur


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https://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/tottenham-hotspur/fixtures-results
I notice a differnece of 52168 (81332 - 29164) between Spurs' highest and home lowest league attendance this season - albeit an unusual season. Any of the stattos out there know if this has ever been beaten? Possibly by a big Spanish or Russian club? In % terms (smallest 36% of biggest) I'd imagine a few teams hosting Aldershot or Wimbledon when they were "starting again" could probably beat that quite easily.


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Don't have the exact stats to hand but when we visited about four years ago Dinamo Zagreb would pull in around 30,000 for a game with Hajduk but some of their other league games would be down to little more than 1,000.


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Hamilton 1174 -> 5827 in successive games a few weeks ago... Rangers in S Div 3 would probably produce some extremes.
Back on subject, big waiting list for tickets at the new ground I believe?
I only went to one game at WHL - 2005 Vase Final. (I've also been to Arsenal's ground without seeing Arsenal - Brazil-Argentina - and West Ham's ground without seeing them - Depeche Mode)


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https://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/tottenham-hotspur/fixtures-results
I notice a differnece of 52168 (81332 - 29164) between Spurs' highest and home lowest league attendance this season - albeit an unusual season. Any of the stattos out there know if this has ever been beaten? Possibly by a big Spanish or Russian club? In % terms (smallest 36% of biggest) I'd imagine a few teams hosting Aldershot or Wimbledon when they were "starting again" could probably beat that quite easily.


For clarification, I am taking this from Wiki and not checking back to source

Tractor Sazi and Persepolis are the two teams who have recorded 80,000 crowds in the Persian Gulf Pre League (Iran) this season. Tractor Sazi's ground was closed to spectators for the first game of the season, so crowd of zero. The lowest when spectators were pemitted in was 29,700 (difference of 50,300).

For Persepolis, the lowest attendance of the season was 15,000 (difference of 65,000) while Esteghlal record a highest of 78,000 and a lowest of 12,000 (difference of 66,000)

Still according to Wiki, the largest stadium capacity used in the league is the Azadi at 78,116 - while Sahand Stadium (Tractor) supposedly only hold 66,833 (leaving questions over the highest crowds).

The league certainly has one of the biggest crowd ranges, with some league crowds as low as 100.



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I notice a differnece of 52168 (81332 - 29164) between Spurs' highest and home lowest league attendance this season - albeit an unusual season. Any of the stattos out there know if this has ever been beaten? Possibly by a big Spanish or Russian club? In % terms (smallest 36% of biggest) I'd imagine a few teams hosting Aldershot or Wimbledon when they were "starting again" could probably beat that quite easily.


What about Queens Park, when they hosted Rangers? From 30,117 to 842 within 4 days!


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Back on subject, big waiting list for tickets at the new ground I believe?


There's a big waiting list for season tickets but anyone can buy a membership (two categories of which are available) which gives next priority for individual match tickets on a first come first served basis. General sale, of course, is also on a first come first served basis.


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It may help a few others on here, as I’ve just managed to snaffle two tickets for Spurs v Inter Milan PSF on Sun 4th August. They’re now on general sale & appear to have plenty still available (at the moment). Naturally I’d prefer a league match, but needs must to get the 92 done once again.

KRTM :-)


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I think Spurs v Inter is in some funny cup, the name of which escapes me. So I guess those that count e.g. the Hinchinbrooke Cup or Salisbury Hospital Cup as a competitive game could count this one.


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Spurs v Inter Milan is in the ‘international champions cup’ tournament, which means PSF in English. That said, tiz Spurs 1st team so that’s good enough for me.

If you can get a ticket for an early midweek Lge cup tie v a Lge Two side or an early Euro game v some obscure side you’ve never heard of, then good luck to you. Chances are mind, a lot of ressies will be playing & not all the first team.

It being a weekend match suits me just fine, so I ‘guess’ I will be counting it as my 92 top up. More chance of me getting in for the Inter game than having to be either a STH or paying to be a ‘One Hotspur Member’, for the sake of one visit.

If only we were back in the 80’s, when you could pay on the day for a local derby at the Lane. Then of course we wouldn’t have the problem of trying to find a match where the ordinary punter could attend. If I’m watching a first team game & tiz one we can get in to see, then that’ll do, but each & every to their own.

KRTM :-)


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Spurs v Inter Milan is in the ‘international champions cup’ tournament, which means PSF in English. That said, tiz Spurs 1st team so that’s good enough for me.

If you can get a ticket for an early midweek Lge cup tie v a Lge Two side or an early Euro game v some obscure side you’ve never heard of, then good luck to you. Chances are mind, a lot of ressies will be playing & not all the first team.

It being a weekend match suits me just fine, so I ‘guess’ I will be counting it as my 92 top up. More chance of me getting in for the Inter game than having to be either a STH or paying to be a ‘One Hotspur Member’, for the sake of one visit.

If only we were back in the 80’s, when you could pay on the day for a local derby at the Lane. Then of course we wouldn’t have the problem of trying to find a match where the ordinary punter could attend. If I’m watching a first team game & tiz one we can get in to see, then that’ll do, but each & every to their own.

KRTM :-)


Wouldn't you consider Tottenham v Arsenal in the WSL on November 7 as a tickable game?



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The Moose
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Personally, no I wouldn’t but if others wish to, then of course that’s their prerogative. My background when first doing the 92, was before women’s footy started to become popular. Therefore I will always prefer to watch men’s footy, as that’s what I grew up with. As a wise prophet once said however, there are no rules in groundhopping! Either way, me & the lad are looking forward to going now.

KRTM :-)

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