Tottenham To Play Champions League Games At Wembley Stadium, With Full Stadium Capacity
Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that they will be playing next season's Champions League games at Wembley Stadium, with the full stadium capacity open.
Spurs' home White Hart Lane is being renovated and modernised. Back in April, the Times reported that the North London side could have a massively reduced stadium for the new European campaign, with a low 30,000 capacity crowd because of the work currently going on in and around White Hart Lane.
But the club have managed to negotiate a deal with Wembley and UEFA, confirming that they will be playing their home Champions League games at the 90,000 capacity stadium. The West side of the ground will house Spurs fans, with the club looking to create a special atmosphere in blocks 132-136.
And they've also announced ticket details and prices for Tottenham fans wishing to attend those big European nights, offering a ticket bundle whereby fans can attend all three home group games for a set price. Below are the price categories Spurs have released.
Fans of Mauricio Pochettino's side can find all the relevant details on Tottenham's official club website. It sure will be a different experience seeing the likes of Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Dele Alli playing their club football at Wembley, as opposed to donning the white shirt of England.
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