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Tottenham look forward to some lively ties this coming season

By The Boy -

With the Euros 2024 competition drawing to a close, the thought of fans naturally turns to domestic football once again, as we only have a few weeks more to weeks to kill before the domestic season begins to work itself through the preseason friendlies and domestic football. The first sign of this is course, the prestigious Charity Shield which will played at Wembley Stadium on 10 August 2024. This huge game will feature the 2023–24 Premier League champions Manchester City and the 2023–24 FA Cup winners Manchester United, who, of course, defeated City in that final.

What we know for certain here, is that City tends to start the season slowly, and it’s Manchester United who tends to feel the pressure more than most, these days. Champions Manchester City will begin their title defence in the headline match of the weekend when they travel to Enzo Maresca’s Chelsea for the Italian’s first game in charge since departing newly-promoted Leicester City to succeed Mauricio Pochettino.

Hot on the final that heralds a new season comes the start of another Premier League,  and of course, the hunt for football tickets will be back on, to see the global talent that only the very top tier of English football has to offer. Fans want to secure an opportunity to watch their side win, and the fixture card offers up some cracking fixtures that fit that bill. Here are just a few examples, in August Tottenham entertains Everton and in September the North London Derby comes to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. At the end of September, there’s a fantastic opportunity to watch Spurs at Old Trafford, perhaps before any noted redevelopment begins.

For those seeking a lively affair, West Ham will be in N17 in October. This is always a game that rivals most on the calendar for atmosphere. Before the Christmas fixture clogs up, there’s a great opportunity to watch Spurs at home to Premier League newbies, the Tractor Boys, Ipswich Town. The Suffolk side host Liverpool in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off for Arne Slot’s first EPL game in charge since Jurgen Klopp’s emotional exit.

The Champions League is inarguably the ultimate footballing experience, and there will be a panoply of box office games to suit all tastes available. Closer to home, Spurs will embark upon a European tour of the Europa Tournament which may lack some of the world’s household names, however, it will certainly offer an unprecedented variety of opponents and venues. As ever, watching Tottenham this season will be a massive treat, no matter what competition they are in!









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