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Tottenham Hotspur have announced that they have frozen the price of subscription renewals for next season.
The North London club hope to be able to host Champions League football in the 2022-23 campaign. Spurs are currently seventh in the Premier League, six points behind fourth-placed Arsenal.
Tottenham said in a statement: “It is hard to believe that the end of this season will be the end of our first full season with fans in the stadium since it opened in April 2019.
“We are pleased to confirm that we will soon be opening season ticket renewals for the 2022/23 season. We are freezing prices for the upcoming season, a season that follows two difficult years for all of us. -the, now over, we will also be inviting season ticket holders who have deferred for COVID-related medical reasons to renew their season tickets. Once again, we will also be giving fans the option to move their seats, especially now that we have new seat inventory accordingly to increase capacity to 62,850.
“We thank you for your incredible support throughout the current season – in particular, we appreciate your cooperation and patience with the new processes and COVID measures that have been introduced.
“As we continue to innovate and work to deliver the best possible match experience for our fans, we will be communicating some exciting new features we will be bringing to the stadium next season – watch this space!”
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