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Tottenham Season Ticket Renewals Have Dropped Off At ‘a concerning rate’
By Harry Hotspur -

A bad season, crowned off with the sacking of another coach, has dented the resolve of some fans. Equally, the post-COVID-19 boom some had forecast on the high street has yet to happen. Pubs are still quiet and people packed into trains like sardines looks to be a thing of the past. There is even talk of new strains as viruses by their very nature mutate – and to some, the idea of travelling by public transport to then pack into an arena with 61, 999 others a little daunting.

A source close to the club tells me that season ticket sales for Spurs have dropped off at a concerning rate and the hierarchy at the club is looking for if not a quick fix, then certainly some class of fix to stem disengagement.

This won’t or at least is highly unlikely to result in empty seats when the next season begins, but it will ensure plenty of new faces as the office staff at Lilywhite House begin the process of combing through the waiting lists to see who might be willing to step up to the plate.

The cut-off date for renewals is 5 pm on Thursday 3 June, but I am advised that this could be potentially be extended.

The need to land the right manager has now become all-consuming.

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Mark
Mark
4 months ago

Over 60,000 and millions more around the world have realised by enforced house arrest, there are simply better things to do than be cleaned out by the Levy’s of this world and other things, including spending time with families are more fulfilling. especially after last nights farce with cheatski players rolling around every time a city came close and disrupted their play. Boring and cynical and only about cash. Same as Spurs and football everywhere.

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
4 months ago

Perhaps the nightmare scenario arising from the impending sale of Kane has prompted numerous disillusioned restless natives to simply call it a day?!!

Last edited 4 months ago by David Dillenberg
Paulspurs
Paulspurs
4 months ago

Mate sent me something there saying poch has signed new 4 year deal

David Dillenberg
David Dillenberg
4 months ago
Reply to  Paulspurs

As Zidane had discovered rekindling past romances is not an instant guarantee of success!!

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
4 months ago

Maybe fans have finally realised there really is no jam tomorrow

Lord Croker
Lord Croker
4 months ago

The manager will never be the right one under this stewardship.

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
4 months ago

Whatever the reason for renewing season tickets at this time isn’t where THFC would like it to be, ONE thing is certain, no matter what.
By the start of the season, ALL season tickets WILL be sold.
As supporters of ANY club, our loyalty is unwavering & Mr Levy (all chairmen) know this so those not renewing are easily replaced by those on waiting list.
Apparently THFC have about 50k season tickets with 40k-ish on waiting list.
Figures I’ve seen state that 90% of current holders paid the 20% deposit last summer & 80% left the refunds from previous season in their ticketing accounts, so the current holders uptake should be high & new season tickets filling the rest.
I’m sure most wouldn’t relinquish a season ticket as they’d know they’d probably never get it back in their remaining lifetime.

Ginger doc
Ginger doc
4 months ago
Reply to  Stewart Smith

This is the conundrum

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
4 months ago

Backed Brentford to go up today, pretty much certain. Lost last year in the final and with the new stadium they want em up. Red card v Bournemouth helped em in semi and Swans just had man sent off too and it’s 2-0. Making it simple for em….

Tangangry
Tangangry
4 months ago

Whilst I do enjoy picturing old baldy looking at the figures, scratching his head and thinking “renewals are down, how odd, I cant think why this might be” before settling on the governments handling of the COVID situation as the most likely reason, the sad truth is that fewer ST sales could in theory lead to more matchday tickets going to tourists, and the inevitable death of what remains of the atmosphere.

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
4 months ago

It does not surprise me in the least. The highest priced tickets in the country while at the same time the club trajectory is clearly downwards based on our league finishes in the last two seasons and with the prospect of perhaps the only reason to go, Harry, leaving it is not an inviting prospect.
I can’t for the life of me see why anyone on the waiting list would be in the least interested in taking up the offering. If he had any Levy would be tearing his hair out.

Paulspurs
Paulspurs
4 months ago

Still whatever amount of fans are in stadium they need to be watching good football and the crap that they have been playing will chase fan’s away

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
4 months ago

There will not be full stadiums for next season. That’s as certain as possible. THFC are in a quandary. Hence the Poch planted story.

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
4 months ago

Plus the Spurs linked with stories will start to increase.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
4 months ago

Yeah, all the attractive names…..until Potter is announced.

Paulspurs
Paulspurs
4 months ago

That’s the only way to panic levy he needs full stadium pressure definitely on to get right manager and fund him

James McKevitt.
James McKevitt.
4 months ago

I guess people’s finances are a bit shaky, a day out at the fun palace is not cheap so not very surprising.

No guarantee you will even get a seat, a percentage of fans might have to watch a club stream. Who wants to pay top dollar for that. Virtual pie and pint?

Dusty
Dusty
4 months ago

James….You mean Virtual Half Raw Pie and Stale Pint. 🙂

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