Tickets on sale:
One Hotspur Member:
Not a member:
Latest ticket news:
Tickets generally are released 6 weeks prior to the match, for the latest ticket news see: Matches
Arsenal** | Brighton & Hove Albion | Huddersfield Town | West Ham United | Everton
As per our recent announcement, our home fixture against Crystal Palace will be rescheduled to allow for the quarter-finals of the FA Cup - more info here.
As per our recent announcement, remaining Premier League fixtures will be capped at 51,000 unless otherwise advised - more info here.
- 2018-2019 Premier League
All fixtures remain subject to change, and for a complete list please click here
- UEFA Champions' League
- Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham Hotspur Ticket information here
- Spurs Ladies
On sale: See here for fixture and ticket information
- Stadium Tours
Register your interest to receive further details in our new stadium tours
How can I buy tickets to a Tottenham Hotspur game?
You'll be given the opportunity to purchase tickets online or over the phone (one ticket per membership).
One Hotspur + members will get priority access to tickets, (see benefits of One Hotspur membership). Tickets will always become available first to One Hotspur members and, as per previous years, you may be able to request tickets for a guest after the initial sales window has passed (depending on restrictions for each game and subject to availability).
Also, One Hotspur Members will get access to our Ticket Exchange - our secondary ticketing platform - which allows members the opportunity to purchase seats from Season Ticket Holders who can't get to a game.
See below if you'd like to purchase tickets together for other One Hotspur members.
Not a member:
Tickets typically go on sale 6 weeks prior to the match, priority is given to Season Ticket holders and One Hotspur members (one ticket per member). An announcement will be made and updated per match which will include the sales window dates.
Should there still be tickets remaining after our members and guest sales, tickets may become available on general sale (up to six per person). Unfortunately, we’re unable to guarantee if tickets will reach general sale so you may wish to consider a One Hotspur membership.
When can I purchase tickets?
Ticket sales for all our home 2018/2019 Premier League games will be released in due course. Please note, all matches will be offered to One Hotspur members first (one ticket per membership), only if there are remaining tickets will it the match be available for General sale to non-members.
- Home Tickets: For the latest ticketing news see: Home Ticket News, or click on the Match/Match Date, to purchase Buy Tickets.
- Away tickets: Season Ticket holders receive priority booking, for more information see: Away Ticket Information
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How do I purchase more than one ticket?
You can add other members to your online network, you can then select the number of tickets you wish to buy and re-assign tickets to the other member/s - depending on availability of course.
When booking in a group, you may need to wait until all of your friends/family members booking window opens (ie your Season Ticket holder priority window is open, you'd need to wait until your friends One Hotspur member sales window opens to book together).
If your friend is not a One Hotspur member, you may be able to request tickets for a guest after the initial sales window has passed (depending on availability).
If you are not a member, unless tickets are released for general sale you will not be able to purchase a ticket and you may wish to look at our Premium and travel options below.
Why can't I buy a ticket / What is a restricted general sale?
Not a member: You need to wait until the guest or general admission sale window to purchase tickets.
Restricted General Sale**
There are some matches where, due to security restrictions, we are unable to sell tickets to supporters who have not previously been registered on our ticketing database (ie you've previously purchased a ticket or registered with us, you'll have been given a Client Reference Number).
These restrictions are imposed by the Metropolitan Police, the local authorities and the venue safety teams. This means that, regrettably, we are unable to make any exceptions for overseas visitors or for any special occasions.
Please note, if you sign up to become a One Hotspur member today, unless you have an existing CRN, your registration date will be today and any date restrictions will still apply.
Games that currently have restricted sales:
- Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal - must have been registered on our ticketing database before 01 July, 2018.
I'm travelling from overseas / I'd like to buy multiple tickets
Once ticket information has been confirmed, if you're not already a One Hotspur Member, and the match isn't available on general sale, you may wish to look at:
- Premium hospitality package options start from £199 + VAT, register your interest.
- Travel packages: Our official partner Thomas Cook Sports offers travel packages, you can register your interest and they'll be in touch once they have more information
When can I visit the new Stadium?
You can Register your interest in New Stadium Tours and we'll send you more information when it is available.
I have access requirements
Supporters with disabilities or impairments with access requirements, the Club offers dedicated accessible seating areas for wheelchair users and ambulant access supporters. Please see our Access Page or contact our Access team on 0208 365 5161 for more information.
Does my child/ baby need a ticket?
Yes. All persons entering the ground must have their own match ticket regardless of age or size. This is a safety requirement in order to comply with our stadium licencing conditions.
Whilst we do not prohibit babes in arms from coming into the stadium, we do ask all parents and guardians to carefully consider if a football stadium is an appropriate environment before bringing a very small child to the ground.
Please note: when attending games you'll be subject to the terms and conditions of that stadium. For information about restrictions on pushchairs/ buggies etc, please see the event location's website for details.
Due to the age and infrastructure of the at Wembley stadium, we do not have any 'parent-friendly' areas in terms of changing or nursing facilities and you will find the concourses quite crowded with relatively large volumes of people in a confined space. For more information about facilities for babies and small children please check Wembley stadium.
If your child is under 18 years of age, you can purchase a Junior ticket, Young Adult (18-21) and Senior (over 65). Age is as of the day of the event, you may be asked for proof of age/ID.
For more ticketing information including availability see Tickets.Back to Top