Tottenham Hotspur fans look set to be once again unable to attend home fixtures in North London.
The BBC have claimed that they understand that MP’s have been told that London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire will move into Tier 3, England’s highest tier of coronavirus restrictions, from Wednesday.
London is currently in Tier 2 of the localised COVID-19 restriction measures which meant that Spurs were able to welcome back 2,000 supporters through the doors of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the North London derby against Arsenal on December 6th.
Currently, clubs which are located in a Tier 3 area are not permitted to have supporters present in their stadia (BBC).
A further 2,000 fans also attended the Europa League win against Royal Antwerp on Thursday evening in North London but now face a wait on when they are able to set foot inside the 62,850 capacity seater stadium once again.
Tottenham’s next home fixture is to take place on Sunday December 20th when Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City are the visitors in the Premier League.
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