Seat Unique is delighted to offer access to official Tottenham Hotspur VIP tickets and hospitality packages for upcoming Spurs fixtures at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium hospitality is the perfect way to make your matchday experience even more special, and with a diverse range of Tottenham hospitality tickets on offer, there is something to suit every preference and budget.
With premium THFC tickets for the Travel Club, you will take in uninterrupted views of the match from your padded seat, and enjoy the action with perks such as VIP lounge access and complimentary drink vouchers. If that wasn't enough, you will have the opportunity to meet some of Tottenham's best-ever players during ex-player VIP lounge visits.
With a Chef's Table Spurs hospitality package, you will enjoy a private table with your guests as well as traditional dining with an element of live theatre in the West stand, a complimentary halftime drink, match day ex-player visits, and premium padded seating during the match.
With Stratus Lounge Tottenham hospitality, you will experience the match from halfway line premium padded seating and enjoy access to the delightful Stratus Lounge where you will enjoy impeccable service and benefit from a welcome drink, delicious bowl food, bar access live pre-match entertainment from the resident DJ and panoramic views of London and the pitch.
Or for corporate events, larger groups, and celebrations take a look at Tottenham hospitality box packages.
There is no better way to enjoy Spurs, so why not buy Tottenham Hotspur tickets and hospitality for upcoming fixtures to secure your incredible day of hospitality and football? Check out our blog for more information on the best value Tottenham Hotspur hospitality packages and Spurs tickets.
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Last season, Tottenham finished eighth in the Premier League which means they will now miss out on European football for the first time in 13 years. In the 2023/24 season, Spurs will have to fight for a top spot in the Premier League and to qualify for the Champions League and FA Cup trophies once again.
The History of Tottenham Hotspur FC
Tottenham Hotspur was founded in 1882 by a group of schoolboys led by Bobby Buckle. In the beginning, the team played between themselves and in friendly matches against other local clubs before their fixtures began to spark the interest of the local community. The North London club turned professional in 1985 and entered Division 1 of the Southern League, signing their first manager Frank Brettell. A year on, Spurs won the 1901 FA Cup and became the first non-league club to do so since the formation of The Football League.
In the early decades, the team continued to experience success and in 1958 entered their glory years with manager Bill Nicholson. Their most successful manager, Nicholson guided the team to major trophy success three seasons in a row while signing the most prolific goal-scorer in English football history, Jimmy Greaves.
Unfortunately, Spurs entered a period of decline in the mid-70s and were relegated. However, Keith Burkinshaw revived the squad and led them to an FA Cup win in 1981 and 1982 and the UEFA Cup in 1984.
The club commercialised under Irving Scholar in the 80s, but investment from the likes of Alan Sugar and new signings including Paul Gascoigne and Gary Lineker led Tottenham to yet another FA Cup win in the early 90s (making them the first club to win eight FA Cups).
In the early years of the Premier League, Spurs' performance was mediocre as they found themselves mid-table most seasons. Performance improved under Harry Redknapp in the early 2010s when the team finished in the top five. Following Sugar's step down as chairman, Tottenham finished second in the 2016-17 season, led by head coach Pochettino. In 2019, Jose Mourinho was brought in but his tenure was short-lived and he has since been replaced by Antonio Conte who guided the team to fourth in 21-22.
Tottenham Hotspur Club Stats and Records
Biggest win: 13-2 v Crewe Alexandra, FA Cup 1960
Biggest defeat: 0-8 v FC Koln, UEFA Intertoto Cup 1995
Most Premier League goals scored by a player in a calendar year: 39 by Harry Kane in 2017
Most goals scored in a Premier League game: 9 (joint record)
Youngest first-team player: Alfie Devine, 16 years and 163 days
Oldest first-team player: Brad Friedel, 42 years and 176 days
Most club appearances: 854 by Steve Perryman
Most goals scored in a season: 49 by Clive Allen (1986-7)
All-time top scorer: 266 by Jimmy Greeves and Harry Kane
Tottenham Hotspur Rivals
As a London team, Tottenham have a host of natural rivals. This season, they will face off against some of their biggest rivals. The North London Derby will see Spurs play against their biggest and most heated rivals, Arsenal. Both sets of fans hold deep-rooted bitterness following years of fierce rivalry between the two teams, making it one of the most important events on the football calendar.
Spurs will also be facing off against Chelsea and West Ham in their natural London rivalries, in hopes of gaining postcode bragging rights.
THFC will also be keen to play against their growing rivals Manchester City, following the northern team's rise to success in recent years, and the bitter feeling left amongst fans following Spurs' loss in the 2018/19 Champions League Quarter Finals.