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Seating Chart

White Hart Lane Seating Chart

The Teams

Tottenham Hotspur

Head Coach: Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is an English professional football club which currently plays in the Premier League. Commonly referred to as Spurs, the club's home stadium is White Hart Lane, Tottenham, in the London Borough of Haringey.

Tottenham Hotspur were the first club in the 20th century to achieve the League and FA Cup Double, winning both competitions in the 1960–61 season. In 1963, Spurs became the first British club to win a major European trophy - the European Cup Winners' Cup. In the 1980s, Spurs won several trophies: the FA Cup twice, FA Community Shield and the UEFA Cup 1983–84. In addition, they are the current Football League Cup holders, beating Chelsea 2–1 in extra time. This victory means that Tottenham have won a trophy in each of the last six decades - an achievement only matched by Manchester United.


Stoke City

Head Coach: Mark Hughes

Stoke City Football Club is a football club based in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Founded in 1863, Stoke is the oldest club in the Premier League, and the second oldest professional football club after Notts County. The club's nickname is The Potters (after the pottery industry in Stoke-on-Trent).

Prior to their 2008 promotion, Stoke had not participated in top flight football since the 1984-85 season, in which they were relegated with a total of 17 points, a record low total for twenty-one years. Stoke's first major trophy was won in the 1972 League Cup Final, when they beat Chelsea 2-1. The club have won the Football League Trophy on two occasions, firstly in 1992 and most recently in 2000.


The Stadium

White Hart Lane

Capacity: 36,240

ottenham moved to White Hart Lane in 1899, bringing a few mobile stands from their previous ground to the site that had been rented from a brewery.

White Hart Lane officially opened on the 4th of September 1899 with a match between Spurs and Notts County (4-1).

The small ground was quickly expanded in the following six years: first with a covered main stand and then with wooden and banked terraces, resulting in a capacity of about 40,000 by 1905.

Redevelopments continued in the next decade when first Archibald Leitch was hired to design a new main stand, and a few years later a new covered East Stand was built. This resulted in the stadium getting its rectangular shape and a capacity increase to about 50,000 places.

White Hart Lane got further expanded in the early 1920s when two new covered terraces were built at both ends. In 1934, the East Stand got further developed and enlarged, resulting in a capacity of 80,000.

White Hart Lane welcomes a record crowd in 1938 when a total of 75,038 spectators attended a match between Tottenham and Sunderland.

The stadium remained largely unchanged for the next decades. Capacity started to slowly decline from the 1960s when parts of the terraces were converted into seating areas, though extra seats were created by linking up the West Stand with both ends.

The old West Stand was finally demolished in 1980 and replaced by a new all-seater stand, which opened in 1982. The East Stand got extensively renovated in 1989, which was followed by further refurbishments and the conversion of the stadium into an all-seater in the early 1990s.

The last change to the stadium was made in 1998 when a second tier was built on the Paxton Road Members Stand.

Capacity of White Hart Lane has remained relatively limited though, and as a result Spurs have considered various options from expanding White Hart Lane to building a new stadium, or even moving to the London Olympic Stadium.

The club is currently pursuing plans that were first presented in 2008 and involve the construction of a new stadium with a capacity of 61,000 seats adjacent to White Hart Lane. Spurs hope to move into their new stadium for the start of the 2018-19 season, though will have to play the 2017-18 season at a different ground.