It is well documented that the Premier League has a cap of £30 for all away tickets, so how are Tottenham managing to charge Man City fans £60? (SkySports)
Simple. The Champions League has no cap on away tickets whatsoever, despite pledging to introduce one in the near future.
Therefore Tottenham can charge whatever they want for the Man City travelling support, of which there will be just over 3,000 in North London.
Spurs are set to host Man City in the competition after drawing them for the quarter finals, the only all-English affair at this stage.
Crystal Palace fans will only have to pay £30 for their away tickets when they visit the new Tottenham stadium on April 3, the first competitive senior match to be played there.
It could be worse for Man City fans though, they could be Man United. Barcelona have charge United fans a whopping £102 per ticket for their away match at the Camp Nou.
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