Many Tottenham supporters believed they were buying a season ticket for the brand new stadium at the start of this campaign, but that has been far from the truth.
The 62,000 seat ground was originally supposed to open against Liverpool on September 15, but fast forward nearly exactly six months and a game has still yet to be played there.
The stadium will open before this season finishes, but it still a long way from what fans were promised.
Tottenham have been forced to refund season tickets match-by-match through the season, before offering the holders a chance to buy a Wembley ticket for the particular game.
The whole process has led to reduced crowds and a loss of revenue for the club.
The cheapest adult season ticket last season was £795, with the most expensive peaking at £1,995 or £2,200 for access to a private bar and food.
New prices are set to be announced on Monday, and the TH Supports Trust is standing firmly against any increases in price.
After a meeting with the club board, they said (Standard): “We are making the point very clearly to the Club that, after Season Ticket holders bought tickets for a stadium not yet delivered, had to put in significantly more effort to buy tickets than they normally would, and have been charged match day prices for their seats at Wembley, we will not support any increase in pricing for next season.”
Have something to tell us about this article?