Journalist provides details on which season ticket holders may be allowed back in Spurs’ stadium

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With the UK Government designating London in Tier 2 earlier today, it has been confirmed that 2000 Spurs fans can attend home matches at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium from next month onward.

The North London Derby on December 5 will be the first game where some Spurs fans will be potentially allowed to attend after more than eight months of not being able to take to their seat.

The Evening Standard’s Dan Kilpatrick has now provided more information on how those 2000 fans will be chosen.

He revealed that the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust (THST) has argued for a proportional split between premium and general admission season ticket holders that reflects the usual numbers.

Tottenham currently have 42,000 general admission season ticket holders and 8000 premium, which when proportionally split for a capacity of 2000, would mean that 1680 for general admission 320 for premium holders.

However, the club is reportedly now pushing for 84 per cent of the 2000 tickets to go to Premium members.

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