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Compare football packages with Tottenham Hotspurs FC

Football trips to Tottenham and London are very popular and the team plays very entertaining football. With players like Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli and others, the team has performed really well in recent years and is now the absolute top of the Premier League. On our site you can compare current prices on football trips to Tottenham Hotspurs matches from all major ticket vendors and travel agents. Spurs plays the 2017/2018 season at Wembley while White Hart Lane is being rebuilt. The new stadium is expected to be ready for the 2018/2019 season.

How do I buy a football trip to Tottenham matches?

On our site you can buy either only match tickets or a complete football trip to Tottenham matches, including hotel and/or flight. Select the match you are interested in and read about the offers of the different vendors. Think about what's important to you: good places in the stands, nice hotel or something else. Some matches are sold out so it's a good idea to be well on time.

See more than one match on your football trip?

If you book a football trip to London to see Tottenham play, then you can also combine the trip with other fun. In London, there is a lot of variety and there is something for all interests. If you think about staying there for the whole weekend, you have a chance to see more matches. There are a large number of London teams in the highest divisions.

Buy Tottenham tickets and experience your team close up

Right now, the team is playing their home games at Wembley Stadium, which has a capacity of 90,000 spectators. The easiest way to reach the arena is via underground and there are many restaurants and pubs in the surrounding area. In order to get tickets to Tottenham home matches, there are some matches available to buy directly from the club. However, the easiest way to buy is through an established dealer.

Fixtures 2020 | 2021

27 sep 2020
Tottenham vs Newcastle
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3 oct 2020
Manchester United vs Tottenham
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17 oct 2020
Tottenham vs West Ham
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24 oct 2020
Burnley vs Tottenham
Turf Moor
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31 oct 2020
Tottenham vs Brighton
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7 nov 2020
West Bromwich vs Tottenham
The Hawthorns
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21 nov 2020
Tottenham vs Manchester City
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28 nov 2020
Chelsea vs Tottenham
Stamford Bridge
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5 dec 2020
Tottenham vs Arsenal
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12 dec 2020
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham
Selhurst Park
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16 dec 2020
Liverpool vs Tottenham
Anfield
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19 dec 2020
Tottenham vs Leicester
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26 dec 2020
Wolverhampton vs Tottenham
Molineux Ground
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28 dec 2020
Tottenham vs Fulham
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2 jan 2021
Tottenham vs Leeds
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12 jan 2021
Aston Villa vs Tottenham
Villa Park
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16 jan 2021
Sheffield United vs Tottenham
Bramall Lane
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27 jan 2021
Tottenham vs Liverpool
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30 jan 2021
Brighton vs Tottenham
Falmer Stadium
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3 feb 2021
Tottenham vs Chelsea
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6 feb 2021
Tottenham vs West Bromwich
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13 feb 2021
Manchester City vs Tottenham
Etihad Stadium
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20 feb 2021
West Ham vs Tottenham
Olympic Stadium
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27 feb 2021
Tottenham vs Burnley
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6 march 2021
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace
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13 march 2021
Arsenal vs Tottenham
Emirates Stadium
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20 march 2021
Tottenham vs Southampton
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3 april 2021
Newcastle vs Tottenham
St James Park
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10 april 2021
Tottenham vs Manchester United
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17 april 2021
Everton vs Tottenham
Goodison Park
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24 april 2021
Fulham vs Tottenham
Craven Cottage
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1 may 2021
Tottenham vs Sheffield United
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8 may 2021
Leeds vs Tottenham
Elland Road
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12 may 2021
Tottenham vs Wolverhampton
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15 may 2021
Tottenham vs Aston Villa
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23 may 2021
Leicester vs Tottenham
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Football packages with Tottenham

Tottenham is a team which always plays beautifully and with speed. This has been the case for a long time. Their merits may not be anything extraordinary, but Tottenham, or the Spurs as they are nicknamed, is always a team worth watching.

Most of Tottenham’s home games are sold out way ahead of time. If you despite this want to try to get a hold of tickets by yourself, you can do that by phone, on the internet or in person at White Hart Lane. It is, however, recommended to always book your tickets through a Swedish travel agent, who can also arrange package prices with flights and hotel.

Tottenham was founded in 1882. Throughout history the club has acquired to League titles (the latest being 1960/61), eight wins in the FA Cup (the latest in 1991) and four League Cup wins. It is also interesting that Tottenham won the first edition of the UEFA Cup (1972).

Briefly about White Hart Lane

All fans of Tottenham just have to see the Spurs live at least once in their lifetime. It is at White Hart Lane, or just plain The Lane, in northern London that the Spurs play their home games. A visit to the home pub, The Bricklayers Arms, before the game is highly recommended. You can always count on the mood being high there.

Facts about White Hart Lane

White Hart Lane has a capacity of 36,420 spectators. This makes the stadium the smallest one for a top English club. The attendance record is, however, at an incredible 75,038 people. That was during an FA Cup game against Sunderland in 1938.

Communications

White Hart Lane lies next to the road White Hart Lane in Tottenham, London. The stadium is approximately 10 kilometers north of the absolute center of London, and you can easily drive right up to it if you follow the A406 road. If you start your journey in central London you should drive north on the A10 and take a left at Tottenham High Road. The easiest way to get there, however, is likely to take the train. It takes about 20 minutes to take the train from Liverpool Street Station to White Hart Lane Station.


Tottenham was formed way back in 1882, but it wasn’t until 1899 that it moved to White Hart Lane. The club took over an old merchant’s garden and remade it into a football field. The first game was played in the same year against Notts County. The attendance is said to have been around 5,000 people.

A few years after the premiere, White Hart Lane had already undergone great changes. At the time of World War I, the stadium could handle up towards 50,000 spectators. In the 1930’s the stadium was further expanded, which allowed it to hold over 70,000 spectators. After that, the Spurs started to successively change the standing bleachers into seated stands, which shrunk the capacity. The latest change at White Hart Lane was done in 1998, when a new section was attached to the Paxton Road stand.

Other things to do in London

At White Hart Lane you can take a guided tour and see all the interesting details of the stadium. Among other things, you’ll be able to get a look at the locker rooms, walk in the players’ tunnel and try the chairs on the team bench. If you book a football trip to see Tottenham and have some time to spare, you will most likely not go restless. You can visit one of London’s many museums, walk up and down the shopping streets, or simply take a seat with a pint and relax.