Wembley resembling a ghost town ahead of Spurs fixture

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Tottenham’s first home game against newly-promoted Fulham will be played at Wembley on 18 August as work continues to get the new stadium ready for 15 Septemeber.

However, there are still thousands upon thousands of tickets remaining for the fixture in what could be one of Spurs’ lowest attendances in years.

From the stadium grid shown on the club’s ticket website, it appears only a few sections have actually sold out and the large majority of areas still have wide availability to select from.

With tickets priced up to £80, it seems a lot of Spurs fans are choosing to bypass the game due to it being played at Wembley.

Spurs played Leicester City at Wembley in the last game the 2017/18 campaign where the Lilywhites edged to a 5-4 victory.

The game against the Foxes was believed to be the final league game Spurs would play at Wembley with their new home scheduled to open in time for the new season.

However, after a slight delay Spurs were forced to play another home game from Wembley and it appears the fans are not too excited about the clash. 

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  1. I hated being at Wembley last season and will be glad to get away from it.
    Also Spurs have messed up so that season ticket holders like myself have to log on and book their tickets for the Fulham game, and I’m pretty sure loads haven’t bothered so it will be massively empty. Spurs should have just automatically sent us the tickets. Maybe they were being greedy and hoping to sell them again, but I think it’s a major error.
    Can’t wait to get back to the Lane!


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