According to a report by The Times, Tottenham are considering opening the new stadium for a screening on the Champions League final.
This comes after the club have only been handed under 17,000 tickets for the final in Madrid, despite the stadium having a capacity of around 68,000.
This will leave the majority of season ticket holders without a golden ticket for the match, not to mention One Hotspur members and other Spurs fans.
However, the fans who miss out on a ticket for the final itself may be offered a rather unique secondary option, watching the match at the home of Spurs.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has a capacity of 62,000, and, if sold out, it would create a unique atmosphere with no away supporters.
The ground also features the biggest LED screens in Europe, with two 325 square-metre screens in the South Stand.
Fingers crossed this comes to fruition, because no Spurs fan should miss out on this historic event.
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