With Spurs playing in the Champions League and all settled into their new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, they are a hot ticket in English soccer. Here’s a look at the hospitality options I offer at Spurs home games.
I offer access to Tottenham home games in club level and down in the lower tier. The new stadium has great sight lines from all over, so the questions to ask when comparing these options are cost and proximity to the pitch.
First, here’s a seating chart:
Option 1: Club Level on the Side
The next two options — let’s call them 1A and 1B — are quite similar; they are both seats in the middle or club tier of the East Stand, and both offer access to the lounge area. The difference is section the seats are in — either blocks 312-314 or block 315.
The seats themselves are roomy and padded, and each comes with a drink holder. I happened to sit in the front row last season, but the legroom is the same throughout the section.
The lounge is huge, on two levels, and filled with food (included), bars (free drink at halftime), restaurants (book way ahead to get int) and entertainment. Here are some shots:
Again, the difference between options 1A and 1B is where the seats are.
The upper price is block 315, around the top of the penalty area. Here’s a view from there:
The other seats are in 312 to 314, which are a little more in the corner but just above the away fans. I sat in 313 and took these pictures:
And, finally, here’s a video I shot from 313, of Everton scoring a goal in front of their fans:
Option 2: Lower-Tier Hospitality
The final option I offer for Spurs home games is access to the same type of lounge as just above, but with seats on the lower tier along the halfway stripe. These are in blocks 002 and 003 — last year I had people on row 6 — and here’s a couple of views from there:
I have not yet been to these seats, but reader Karen sent this great video that shows (A) the seats are excellent and (B) you’ll want a hat on a sunny day!