Spurs supporters may well be treated to a new stadium but it will come at a cost.
The club have revealed that they will have the most expensive season tickets in the Premier League… with the highest costing £1,995.
For the cheapest season ticket, an adult will need to pay £795, excluding domestic cup matches but it remains in just one small section of the stadium.
Spurs hope to have their new 62,000 capacity stadium ready for the beginning of next season after playing the entirety of their home matches this campaign at Wembley Stadium.
In the south stand, the largest out of the four, the cheapest ticket starts at £875 with the most expensive costing £1,995. This would represent the most expensive season ticket price in the Premier League, compared with other clubs this season.
Not all clubs have announced their ticket structure for next season.
There is also an upgraded season ticket, the 1882 Season Ticket Plus – which is even more expensive at £2,200 – but includes use of a private bar, free food and drink and, unlike the other packages, includes ALL domestic cup matches.
Prices are split into four categories from junior, young adult, senior and adult prices. The junior tickets range from £397.50 with the costliest reaching £562.50.
Unsurprisingly the prices are a raise on this season’s figures.
Their cheapest season ticket at Wembley started at £645, with the most expensive reaching £1,700 – however, these were reduced compared to the last season at White Hart Lane.
Ticket prices before the rebuild started at £765 and had been frozen since 2013.
And supporters are far from happy with the changes and believe they are being priced out of the game.
One said: “Hahaha welcome home… pricing fans out of the game, nice one.”
Another replied: “Welcome to new stadiums chum, get used to it… ££££”
One Spurs fan sarcastically said: “No wonder you didn’t tell the Supporter’s Trust what was coming. We all expected an increase but I think you’ve ‘succeeded’ in making that increase higher than even the most pessimistic expected. Nice one Tottenham.
Season ticket prices 2017/18
Arsenal – Cheapest £891, Dearest £1768.50
Bournemouth – Cheapest £550, Dearest £760
Brighton – Cheapest 495, Dearest £815
Burnley – Cheapest £329, Dearest £580
Chelsea – Cheapest £750, Dearest £1250
Crystal Palace – Cheapest £420, Dearest £740
Everton – Cheapest £420, Dearest £565
Huddersfield – Cheapest £100, Dearest £299
Leicester – Cheapest £365, Dearest £730
Liverpool – Cheapest £685, Dearest £869
Man City – Cheapest £299, Dearest £920
Man United – Cheapest £532, Dearest £950
Newcastle – Cheapest £473, Dearest £735
Southampton – Cheapest £541, Dearest £759
Stoke – Cheapest £294, Dearest £609
Swansea – Cheapest £419, Dearest £489
Tottenham – Cheapest £645, Dearest £1700
Watford – Cheapest £403, Dearest £679
West Brom – Cheapest £380, Dearest £499
West Ham – Cheapest £289, Dearest £1155
The new £850million stadium will be of the most modernised in world football and will even glow on match-nights with LED displays.
It will also incorporate facilities for NFL, including two sliding pitches and additional large changing rooms fit for the American Football stars.
Spurs expect to generate an additional £28m-a-year from match days at their new home, a rise of over 50 per cent – with eSports another activity set to be hosted at the stadium.