Tottenham Hotspur have revealed that supporters will get the opportunity to step foot back inside the stadium for the very first time since lockdown.
The club are set to resume tours of their brand new stadium from Friday 7th August with bookings now being accepted.
New measures have been implemented where there will be no tour guide to take attendees around the venue and instead will be given a personal multimedia set to help inform those on the tour of every helpful fact and stat.
Supporters have not taken to their seats to watch a game since the FA Cup defeat on penalties to Norwich City on Wednesday 4th March, which will be remembered as the match when Eric Dier climbed into the west stand to confront a fan who was said to have been verbally abusing the England international’s brother (Independent).
It is encouraging to see that the club are starting to open some of their facilities to supporters which will help generate some much-needed revenue following the impact of lockdown.
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