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To put into perspective the price of the cheapest season ticket at Tottenham's new 61,000-capacity stadium, Borussia Dortmund charge £184 for a permanent seat in the south stand.
Spurs may have announced a price freeze on season tickets for the 2019/20 campaign, but fans will still have to pay the big bucks to watch their side in action.
That's because the cheapest season ticket in the stadium is £795 for adults, £595 for young adults and £397.50 for young children, while the most expensive is a whopping £1,995.
Can young people really afford to spend such vast amounts to watch their team play? It's an interesting debate, for sure.
Modelled on Borussia Dortmund's south stand, where a season ticket costs €215 (£184). #BVB- Matt Ford (@matt_4d) March 24, 2019
Cheapest ticket at Tottenham? £795.
All the atmospheric potential of a huge, single-tiered end behind the goal rendered irrelevant by exclusionary pricing. Looks great on TV though. https://t.co/CL8XVjGbsA
But if you do fancy splashing the cash next season, it will cost £2,200 for the club's '1882' scheme.
That offers you additional access to a private bar with complimentary pre-match food, a programme and a drink at half-time.
It was confirmed last week that Tottenham are finally set to open the gates to their brand new stadium.
The club claim they will play their first game against Crystal Palace on Wednesday, 3 April, after months and months of waiting.
Some context to frustration of Tottenham fans is the rise in ticket prices announced in March. Cheapest junior ticket now almost £400. Taking more before refusing to spend more is a quick route to disillusionment. pic.twitter.com/UErSlpvIzv- Daniel Storey (@danielstorey85) August 9, 2018
The North London club released the following statement regarding their new home:
"Following Brighton's victory against Millwall in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup this afternoon, we can confirm that the first Premier League match in our new stadium will be against Crystal Palace on Wednesday 3 April (kick-off time TBC).
"This will be followed on Tuesday 9 April by the first leg of our UEFA Champions League quarter-final against Manchester City, kick-off 8pm.
"We shall now play Brighton in the Premier League at the new stadium on either Tuesday 23 or Wednesday 24 April."
Spurs have reveal ticket prices for their new 62,000 stadium.- Football Super Tips (@FootySuperTips) March 13, 2018
Season tickets range between £795 and £2,200.
Are those prices fair? pic.twitter.com/o2fVdjNse2
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