Report: Spurs attendance figures have dropped considerably – Numbers revealed

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Inews have revealed that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has seen well below 50,000 fans since their win over Norwich at the start of December.

Tottenham have been quite unlucky with the timing of the opening of their 62,850-capacity venue, with the Covid-19 pandemic hitting less than a year later.

As a result, despite the stadium being opened almost three years ago, this is set to be the first full season where a capacity crowd is allowed in the ground for the entirety of the campaign.

However, Inews have revealed that there has been a huge drop off in the attendance figures at Spurs’ home ground for the last month and a half.

Here are the attendance figures for Tottenham’s home games this season as released by the outlet:

Tottenham’s attendances 2021-22:

Tottenham 1-0 Manchester City – 58,262
Tottenham 3-0 Pacos de Ferreira – 30,215
Tottenham 1-0 Watford – 57,672
Tottenham 0-3 Chelsea – 60,059
Tottenham 5-1 NS Mura – 25,121
Tottenham 2-1 Aston Villa – 53,076
Tottenham 0-3 Manchester United – 60,356
Tottenham 3-2 Vitesse – 36,312
Tottenham 2-1 Leeds – 58,989
Tottenham 2-0 Brentford – 54,202
Tottenham 3-0 Norwich – 57,088
Tottenham 2-2 Liverpool – 45,421
Tottenham 2-1 West Ham – 40,031
Tottenham 3-0 Crystal Palace – 40,539
Tottenham 3-1 Morecambe – 40,310
Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea – 45,603

The figures not only show that Tottenham have not had a capacity crowd at the stadium this season but also that there has been a huge drop off since the start of December.

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The lower attendances are likely due to a multitude of reasons but one cannot discount the impact of having so many games called off through December.

For example, it is worth remembering that the games against Liverpool and Crystal Palace were doubtful to go ahead until pretty late on.

It is also possible that fears over Omicron and the requirement of proof of vaccination likely contributed to some staying away.

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  1. A friend of mine who was a season ticket holder at the club died from Covid. I don’t wanna catch it too so I’m choosing to watch the games at home for the foreseeable future.

  2. It has become very difficult to buy tickets to spurs EPL games. I tried to get two home tickets for a undersold game the day before and the system would not let me buy two together. Their is in my opinion a problem that is putting many people off. Covid cost a lot of season ticket sales as did poor management under Nuno.
    Spurs need to sort out the ease of buying tickets. It’s mad how easy you can buy a shirt on line…but not a game ticket


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