Spurs are appealing to the government to use the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as a test venue for the return of fans to live games, according to the Daily Mail.
The report suggests that Spurs are already working on ways to adapt their stadium to accommodate large crowds when the government eventually gives the green light.
It is said that fans will not return until next season at the earliest, however, talks began this week between governing bodies to put plans in place for such an occasion.
Daniel Levy and Spurs are determined to be at the forefront of any testing by the government in trialling the possible return of fans to live sporting events.
One rumour emerging from the report is the possibility for ‘family tickets’ which would see families sit in clusters whilst social distancing from others.
Spurs returned to action yesterday (Friday), in a friendly against Norwich City where the visitors ran out 2-1 victors after four 30 minute quarters.
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With a huge, state of the art stadium at our disposal, it makes perfect sense for the club to be at the forefront of government trials to get fans back into stadiums. However, this will not mean a capacity crowd as we will still have to obey social distancing regulations.
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