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bubble07

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Surely the 27 games is all league games and all european games

League cup and FA cup should be played in 50,000 capacity
 

Don_Felipe

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Just to recap, if we play over 27 games at home, what will the capacity be for those games, 50k max?
19 Premier League games
3 group stage games in a european competition I don't think we would do 90k for a playoff game
3 knockout games to champions league final
4 knockout games to europa league final
No matter what european competition we are in we will have only one or two domestic cup games left if we use all 19pl spots. However I can see a circumstance where the club only use a 50k capacity for some of the crap PL matches (Hull on Wednesday a week before christmas this year springs to mind) to save domestic cup spots for a FA cup quarter or something.
 

RicOfPeace

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Well if we do have the full ground now officially for next season and affordable season tickets I'll make my way from Dover work permitting weekly coys
 

spursfan77

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Hope the selfie stick ban carries over from WHL to Wembley as there's going to be a hell of a lot of tourists there next season diluting the atmosphere even further than they do now.

Great more families will get a chance to come though.
 

JW72

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So now we just gotta wait a week to see if it's gonna be next season or the one after.
Just saw this line at the tail end of a BBC story:

"Tottenham could yet stay at their current ground next season and aim to play home games at Wembley in 2018-19, before moving into the new stadium for the 2019-20 campaign."

I've not heard this seriously suggested before. Anyone know if there's anything in it?
 

npearl4spurs

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Just saw this line at the tail end of a BBC story:

"Tottenham could yet stay at their current ground next season and aim to play home games at Wembley in 2018-19, before moving into the new stadium for the 2019-20 campaign."

I've not heard this seriously suggested before. Anyone know if there's anything in it?
It is based off quotes from a concession Levy made at the last THST meeting about the possibility of delays to the stadium.
 
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Just saw this line at the tail end of a BBC story:

"Tottenham could yet stay at their current ground next season and aim to play home games at Wembley in 2018-19, before moving into the new stadium for the 2019-20 campaign."

I've not heard this seriously suggested before. Anyone know if there's anything in it?
The only chance of another season at WHL at this point is if the north stand steel were to fall on the east stand and crush all the concrete. The team still using the ground is the largest impediment to the build pace at this point and that will be cured in two months.
 

mkkid

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The view at Wembley along with the atmosphere is shocking.EVery team outside the top six will treat it as a cup final.
A Ghent fan told me it was the biggest game in their cup history.
If we have a poor season,Wembley will empty,look forward to lots of Sunday football as sky will want us live as the national stadium will showcase their product.
 

hughy

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I asked this in another thread but I'm going to ask it here too.

For the semi-final roughly how many tickets are going to be available to members? I think we have around 22-23k season ticket holders, and we have an allocation of just over 32k. Does that mean there should be at least 9k tickets available to members or do they have to take a load of other things in to consideration?

Not sure if I'm being a bit dense.
 
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