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Tottenham Hotspur

Current LeagueEngland » Premier League
Current GroundTottenham Hotspur Stadium
Previous GroundsWhite Hart Lane, Wembley Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur Fans5,572
Average Number of Grounds Visited34.10
Previous NameHotspur FC
Twitter Hashtags#COYS

New stadium effect

Like their great rivals Arsenal, Spurs have needed a new stadium for a number of years. White Hart Lane's capacity of under 40,000 was nowhere near enough. As a result, when the club moved into the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2019, attendances shot up by 60% to over 56,000 (ignoring the Covid-19 years).

The new stadium was built on the same site as White Hart Lane meant that Spurs spent a season playing their home matches at Wembley Stadium. That 2017/2018 season saw the club average over 68,000 - although that's still a fair way short of Wembley's 90,000 capacity.

It's difficult to gauge the impact the new stadium has had on the pitch. Spurs had a 2nd place finish at White Hart Lane in 2016/2017 and averaged 4th place before moving to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. They've been there or there abouts n the first years at the new ground too. After 2 years, they are still trophyless.

Old stadium: White Hart Lane (1899 - 2017, 118 years)
New stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Opened 2019, £1000m)

Old stadium average attendance: 35,318
New stadium average attendance: 56,428
Difference: +21,110 (+60%)

Old stadium average league position: 4
New stadium average league position: 5
Difference: +1

Average attendance

White Hart Lane
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

League position

White Hart Lane
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

See how Tottenham Hotspur compare to other teams with our full New Stadium Effect analysis of all the top teams in England and Wales who have moved to a new ground since the 1980s.

Saturday 3pm kick-off stats

How often do Tottenham Hotspur play at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon?

Overall Saturday 3pm stats

of league matches kick-off at 3pm on a Saturday
of league home matches
of league away matches

Next and last Saturday 3pms

Next Saturday 3pm home match
Last Saturday 3pm home match
11 days ago
11th May 2024 vs Burnley
Next Saturday 3pm away match
Last Saturday 3pm away match
263 days ago
2nd Sep 2023 vs Burnley

Kick-off days and times

Saturday 15:00
19/77 - 25%
Sunday 16:30
13/77 - 17%
Saturday 12:30
8/77 - 10%
Sunday 14:00
7/77 - 9%
Saturday 17:30
6/77 - 8%
Monday 20:00
4/77 - 5%
Friday 20:00
3/77 - 4%
Thursday 20:15
2/77 - 3%
Thursday 19:30
2/77 - 3%
Sunday 13:00
1/77 - 1%
Wednesday 19:30
1/77 - 1%
Tuesday 20:15
1/77 - 1%
Sunday 16:00
1/77 - 1%
Sunday 18:00
1/77 - 1%
Tuesday 20:00
1/77 - 1%
Sunday 13:30
1/77 - 1%
Monday 12:30
1/77 - 1%
Wednesday 20:00
1/77 - 1%
Thursday 20:00
1/77 - 1%
Wednesday 20:15
1/77 - 1%
Saturday 15:15
1/77 - 1%
Wednesday 19:45
1/77 - 1%

Fixture data gathered from multiple sources. Based on all matches played since the start of the 2022/2023 season.
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News about Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs to increase capacity to 62,850

Tuesday 13th October 2020

Tottenham Hotspur are to increase the capacity of their stadium to 62,850. The move will see the club install an extra 500 seats at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The additional seating will be added to the South Stand, split between the lower, middle and upper tiers.

Spurs opened the new £1bn stadium in 2019. Due to segregation, its current record attendance stands at 61,104 for a Premier League match against Chelsea late last year.

After the new seats are added, the stadium will stay in 22nd place on the list of Europe's largest stadiums, around 800 seats smaller than Benfica's Estadio da Luz.

Spurs' stadium capacity increase

Monday 5th August 2019

Spurs' new stadium has been boosted by the news that Haringey council have agreed to change the official capacity to 62,214.

The Premier League giants will be able to sell a handful of extra seats in the North and South stands, increasing the capacity by 152. It might not sound much, but assuming around £50 a ticket and 20+ home games, it'll easily add up to over £150,000/yr in revenue… which would be almost enough to cover Harry Kane's wages for a week.

Of course, the official capacity is unlikely to ever be reached for football due to the necessary segregation between home and away fans.

The current record attendance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium sits at 60,407 set for the 2019/2020 opening match of the season vs Aston Villa.

Spurs open new stadium... finally!

Sunday 24th March 2019

Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium has finally played host to its first match!

After much delay, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium finally hosted its first competitive game as Spurs' beat Southampton 3-1 in the U18 Premier League with Tottenham's J'Neil Bennett scoring the first ever goal at the new stadium. The attendance of 28,987 was the largest ever for an U18 Premier League match.

That was the first of 2 official test events, with the second being a friendly between Spurs Legends and Inter Forever a week later.

The first Premier League game will be the London derby against Crystal Palace on Wednesday April 3rd. An official opening ceremony will take place before kick-off.

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Tottenham Hotspur Facts

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  • Tottenham are the only Non-League team to have won the FA Cup - in 1901 when they were playing in the Southern League (facebook-user-86446)
  • Tottenham Hotspur were the first team of the 20th century to win the double of the English League and FA Cup (1960-1961). (facebook-user-45817)

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