White Hart Lane is a relatively old ground as as such does suffer from some restricted views, in both the Upper and Lower East Stands pillars can severely impact your viewing experience, with some seats not being able to see at least one goal!
Ticket prices fluctuate dependent on who is playing. Category A games against Arsenal, Manchester United etc will cost the most with tickets ranging from £48 in the rowdy South End to £81 in the West Stand with the best views. These prices decrease with the level of opposition. Category B opponents such as Everton cost £41 and £58 for those seats, while the cheapest match day tickets range from £32 to £47.
For a stadium with over 30,000 seats, there is very minimal restricted viewing, only on one side of the lower and upper East Stand which has several supporting pillars but these are clearly marked so you are aware when you purchase the ticket. Most of the other seats have fantastic views which in part is due to the way it was built but also because of the combination of the large screens. That being said, for the upper tiers it can be quite a hard walk to climb all the way to the top and would not suit the elderly or those who would struggle.
Matches are split into 3 categories A, B and C and you will be looking to pay between £45 and £85 for clear view seats in the West/south upper and lower and the East upper and lower. For restricted view seats you are looking at £35 to £60 in the East upper and Lower and for Juniors and senior citizens or accessibility tickets you are looking at discounts for seating in the more accessible North upper and lower stands.
The seats are comfortable with ample legroom, which is an advantage over the majority of stadiums in the UK! The best seats in the house (for away fans) are probably in the upper tier; it’s a hell of a climb to get up there, but the views are sensational! There’s not much space between home and away fans which can be a little tense, but other than that there’s nothing to gripe about when it comes to seating at White Hart Lane! Tickets for home fans can be upward of £80, so if you’re a travelling Spurs fan, get your tickets as early as possible!
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