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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tuesday, January 14th, 2020
 
FA Cup
Attendance: 49,202
 
     
2-1
 
     
 
     
 
     
 
 
 
 
2019
/20

 

Managers
View complete set Jose Mourinho
View complete set Jonathan Woodgate

DT92 Members at this game: (you can click here to load your profile picture)
david bredee
90
Sophan
90
bixelby
90
Richardchurch
90
astroman
90
Simon P
90
jeffinhorley
90
Northampton Robin
90
Mark Sanderson
89
weareqpr
89
mctravel
89
paynie
89
chrisnwade
89
ansleylouise
86
I''m a West Ham season ticket holder but can''t get to many West Ham away matches these days so had to find away of getting to Tott ground. But hated the experience of sitting amongst their fans. I hate them because where I lived in Loughton most of the kids became Tott supporters because they won the double. Illogical I know but there you are. I had a good school friend who was one but I couldn''t dislike him and sadly he died in 1967 RIP.
Jaytee
75
Weath33
74
HammerheadSaint
69
Fantastic stadium, shame about the home fans. Went with a friend from Middlesbrough, and so was in the away section, which surprisingly wasn''t all by a corner flag. We were almost directly behind the goal, which gave us an excellent view of the stadium and in particular the huge ''home'' end behind the far goal. This quite a spectacle for sheer size. Oddly no home team colours were visible in that stand: no banners at all, no flags and no scarves that I could see. All a bit strange, and all a bit quiet too, even though Spurs were ahead in the 2nd minute, i.e. plenty to shout about. Spurs website proudly announces that the stadium is easy to access by public transport. What a fib! It was difficult the last time I went to the old ground (Hoddle was playing) and assumed things would have improved. They haven''t. The website recommends you take the tube to Seven Sisters then get an overland train to White Hart Lane Station. We reached Seven Sisters tube at about 7.05 pm for an 8.05 kick-off. Then we had to join a queue in a back street before being allowed into the station. The queue in the street was stationary for almost 20 minutes. We were then herded up to the platform, already very crowded, to wait another 10-15 minutes for a train. Train was the most crowded train I''ve ever been on, anywhere, including India! Signage to the away end was virtually non-existent. We had to walk through a Sainsbury''s car-park, having to guess which exit to use (no signage). End result was that we entered the stadium 2 minutes before kick-off, c. 8.03 pm. What a palaver. After the game I found no signage to get me to Tottenham Hale tube station, the recommended route back to C.London, on Spurs own website. Asked 6 stewards the way to get there. Not one of them knew!!! All a bit stressful when your last train home to the Midlands leaves Marylebone Station at 11.05pm. All that to say, allow at least an hour more than you think to get to the ground, and if you have to catch your last train, leave the ground at least 10 minutes before the end of the game as I did. All in all not the best MatchDay experience. PS Never saw a programme seller.
davidferguson1985
66
GrecianGary
59
sussex tyke
54
JonnyMack1711
35
rhysplymouth
32
kevin1885
23
Started very well and could have scored more. Cheeseburger at the stadium 2/10
danny
18
Match no. 467.

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