Tottenham Hotspur will be enjoying their fourth Champions League campaign in a row this season, with the Lilywhites cementing their top-four spot in the Premier League again last campaign.
This came as Spurs also qualified for the final of the elite European competition itself, an event they will surely be looking to taste again soon, without the defeat at the end.
However, the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust now claim they have been left extremely disappointed by the club over plans for the Champions League this year.
Back in the 2016/17 season, Tottenham decided to offer CL ticket packages for the group stage, meaning that fans could bulk buy home tickets to all three group stage games for a discounted price.
They continued this for the 2017/18 season, but called a halt last year due to the uncertainty around where the games would be played.
Having said that, Tottenham have taken the decision to no reinstate the packages this season, despite the new stadium being up and running, and the THST are not happy.
They said in a statement (Standard): “This season, it would have been possible for the club to offer the package, but it has chosen not to despite lobbying from the Trust on the back of substantial support from fans.
“It’s extremely regrettable the club has decided to withdraw such a popular offer.”
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