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Tottenham announce ticket plans for Arsenal clash with 2,000 fans returning for ‘historic’ north London derby


Nov. 28, 2020

Tottenham have announced their plans to let 2,000 fans in for the north London derby against Arsenal in the Premier League next Sunday.
With London officially being placed in tier 2 when the national lockdown ends next Wednesday, Spurs are among ten top-flight clubs who will be able to welcome a limited number of supporters back into their stadium.
The news, which fans have waited nine months for, comes just in time for one of the biggest games of the season – Tottenham vs Arsenal.
And Spurs have confirmed they will sell 2,000 tickets for the match, with season-ticket holders and executive members getting first priority.
A ballot will take place and tickets will be priced at £65 for adults, plus those attending will have to fill out a health questionnaire and agree to a new code of conduct for their behaviour at the ground.
“We are delighted that we can start to welcome back our Season Ticket Holders who have shown great loyalty in paying a deposit for their Season Ticket, and our Executive Members who have paid in advance for multi-year packages. This loyalty and commitment has been immense and greatly appreciated.”
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