The following has just been published on the Spurs Website:
Season Ticket Holders can apply for a Carabao Cup Final ticket via eTicketing.
We shall be applying a proportionate allocation of tickets between Season Ticket Holders (including those on our Access scheme) and Executive Members.
Important information before you apply
This event will form part of the UK Government’s Events Research Programme (ERP), used to provide key scientific data and research into how small and large-scale events could be permitted to safely reopen in line with the Prime Minister’s Roadmap out of lockdown as part of Step 4, commencing no earlier than 21 June.
Please take note of the following before applying for a ticket:
1. In order to attend the Carabao Cup Final and participate in the UK Government’s ERP, you must complete a consent form, which will be sent to all those successful in applying for a ticket. Tickets will not be distributed if you do not complete and return the consent form. For further details about the ERP and what will be required of you to support the research at the Carabao Cup Final, click here. For further information on the consent form and privacy notice, click here.
2. In line with the UK Government’s ERP protocol, anyone under the age of 18 is not permitted to apply for a ticket to or attend this fixture.
3. We have been advised that supporters should not apply to attend this fixture if they are clinically extremely vulnerable, living with someone who is clinically extremely vulnerable or pregnant.
4. Any Season Ticket Holder wishing to apply for a ticket who has not yet completed our ID validation process must do so via eTicketing, before 5pm on Wednesday 14 April. If you have not submitted your ID by this time, your application will be unsuccessful. Pending submissions will still be considered.
5. All match attendees must undertake a lateral flow COVID-19 test 24 hours prior to attending the match and bring proof of a negative result (SMS text message or e-mail) with you to gain entry to the stadium, without exception. It is your responsibility to organise the lateral flow test, which can be done by visiting the Government’s website. For the avoidance of doubt, this test must be carried out at a rapid lateral flow test site – a lateral flow test taken at home will not be accepted. This service is free to use.
6. To aid the research, participants are requested to undertake a PCR COVID-19 home test prior to the event.
7. Participants are also requested to undertake a PCR COVID-19 home test again five days after the event. Details of how to order your free PCR at home tests will be provided to successful applicants prior to the event.
It is the responsibility of our supporters to decide whether or not it is appropriate to attend this fixture. This decision should be based upon your own health status and susceptibility to infection, and that of members of your family, social bubble or, where applicable, your support bubble, together with an assessment of your own attitude to the potential risks.
These are absolutely SICKENING & OUTRAGEOUS demands on people in order to go and watch the game and exclude Children from going along. If you are a Spurs fan, football supporter or just anyone concerned with humanity you need to tell Spurs NOW that you will not enable this medical apartheid! Go to their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and social media profiles as well to let them know how you feel.
General Club Enquiries
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
782 High Road
Telephone: 0344 499 5000
Do you like this page?