As every single Spurs fan will know, the club is set to compete in their first ever Champions League final next month.
Tottenham are scheduled to play Liverpool in the final after sensational comebacks against both Manchester City and Ajax.
Unsurprisingly, many Spurs fans immediately shot to the club website in order to book tickets for the historic event in Madrid.
However, with only just over 16,000 tickets available for Spurs on June 1 (Mirror), there haven’t been many to go around for the Tottenham faithful.
After three sales windows, Spurs have now announced that there are a limited number of tickets still available for the final.
As the club have been releasing tickets on a points-based system, any season ticket holder with 188 points or more will be given the chance to purchase a golden ticket from 10 am tomorrow.
All eligible fans will be sent an email at some point today to let them know they may have a chance to attend the final.
Spurs Web Opinion:
It still seems a massive shame that Tottenham and Liverpool have been limited to such a small number of tickets, despite the stadium holding over 60,000. Realistically, both clubs could sell out that stadium many times over. In a perfect world, everyone who wanted to attend the final could, but, unfortunately, we are left with just a few fans being overcharged for limited tickets.
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