White Hart Lane is one of the more traditional Premier League football stadiums with an overall capacity of over 36,000 fans, which is soon to be increased to 40,000.
THFC ticket holders are seated tight to the playing surface allowing supporters the chance to experience the famous Spurs atmosphere. The Lane has been home to Tottenham Hotspur since 1899 and the stadium is full of history and memories for Spurs fans to cherish with tickets from Football Ticket Pad.
Spurs tickets are extremely popular at Football Ticket Pad and we have Tottenham Hotspur tickets for every single home match this season in the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and UEFA Champions League.
North Stand: This stand is located at the Paxton Road end of the stadium behind one of the goals. It is often the end that Spurs attack in the second half and due to most of Paxton Road being members and season ticket holders. The North Stand holds just under 10,000 Spurs supporters following its renovation in 1998 and the noise here can be incredible, giving fans a real taste of life amongst the most ardent Spurs support.
East Stand: This is the largest stand at White Hart Lane holding over 10,000 fans and it is here where most of the singing is done. The East Stand offers views across the stadium and Football Ticket Pad is able to supply both Longside Lower and Longside Upper tickets, as well as hospitality seats which stretch between the two tiers.
South Stand: This is at the Park Lane end of the stadium and is located next to the away fans which creates a lively atmosphere on matchday. If fans want to sit here they can purchase both Shortside Lower and Shortside Upper tickets with away fans being seated in Blocks 32-47 in the top corner of the Upper Tier. The South Stand was redeveloped in 1990’s and has a large TV screen located above.
West Stand: The most expensive part of the ground and in the upper tier is where you will see the Big Boys sitting like Sir Alan Sugar and club chairman, Daniel Levy. If you want to sample the atmosphere that White Hart Lane. This is where the premium hospitality seats are housed and offer some of the best views of the action. The famous Tottenham Hotspur cockerel also sits on the top of the West Stand.