Fan feedback – Tottenham Hotspur ticket information
Leicester City supporters will be invited to register for the ballot for the final home game of the season against Tottenham Hotspur from Saturday 8 May, in view of the expected return of home fans for the final two rounds of the game. the Premier League season.
– The ballot for tickets for the Tottenham Hotspur home game will be open from Saturday 8 May
– Home fans are expected to resume Premier League matches from May 17, subject to government approval
– Foxes host last game of the season against Spurs on Sunday 23 May
– Up to 8,000 Foxes fans could be in attendance
– The ballot is open to season ticket holders and members except those attending the Emirates FA Cup Final
Fans are expected to be able to return to the stadiums for Premier League matches from May 17 at reduced capacity, pending the government’s final decision on the conditions for Stage 3, which will be announced no later than May 10.
The Club therefore forecast an authorized attendance of around 8,000 for Spurs’ visit to King Power Stadium on Sunday, May 23 (KO 4:00 p.m.) – the first time fans will see the Foxes live on Filbert Way since March 2020.
Access to tickets for the game will be determined by ballot, with 90% of available general admission tickets going to 2020/21 season ticket holders and 10% going to Fox 2020/21 members.
The ballots will be open to all season ticket holders and members except those who have successfully purchased a ticket for the 2021 Emirates FA Cup Final. This decision was taken to ensure the greatest number of supporters possible the opportunity to see the squad live, through the only two matches Leicester City supporters have access to this season.
Ballot and sales period
|Sat, May 8, 10:00 a.m.||Opening of ballots for season ticket holders and members|
|Tue, May 11, 3:00 p.m.||Closing of ballots for subscription holders and members|
|Thu, May 13, 5:00 p.m.||Time at which all successful applicants will be notified|
|Fri, May 14, 9:00 a.m.||Sales window opens for successful candidates|
|Mon May 17, 5:00 p.m.||The sales window closes|
How to register for the ballot / buy tickets
Fans can register for the ballot and purchase tickets (once notified of the success of the ballot) during the above periods through the following options:
Online at tickets.lcfc.com
Call the City Sales Center at 0344815 5000 (option 1)
We will not be offering any in-person, over-the-counter service in the Foxes Fanstore.
All tickets are non-transferable and upgrades will not be available. Digital tickets will be issued as standard, but printed at home tickets will be available upon request.
Although the last home game of the season is normally a Category A game, the club have made the decision to implement Category B pricing for this game.
The Club will cover the cost of all transaction fees associated with the purchase of tickets for this event.
In order to maximize the stadium’s capacity under social distancing requirements, season ticket holders will not have guaranteed access to their usual seats. Successful applicants will receive a selection of seats available at the point of purchase. Tickets will be charged at match-day rates, reflecting the area of the stadium in which they are selected.
Families from the same household or from a self-appointed group can still sit together if the group does not consist of more than six people. Group bookings must be specified in the voting request and, if successful, it will only be possible to purchase tickets for a group of the same size.
Disabled supporters will be able to register for the ballot as described above. Supporters with disabilities should select two seats and assign them to their primary supporter number in order to add the personal assistant to their group.
Subject to government approval for fans to attend the game, junior supporters will be allowed to attend the Spurs game.
Upfront payments for 2020/21 season tickets
All upfront payments made for the 2020/21 season tickets will be credited to the cost of the 2021/22 season tickets.
A total of 200 parking spaces will be available at the Filbert Street car park at a cost of £ 17 per space. Parking can be purchased online or through the City Sales Center when purchasing your ticket. Parking must be purchased no later than 48 hours before kick-off.
All participants will be required to complete a health questionnaire, which will be emailed to all ticket holders 72 hours before the match. This will be followed by a confirmation check 24 hours before the match. In addition, participants are required to comply with COVID-19 Fan Code of Conduct.
The club will remain nimble to change government advice when reintroducing supporters to sporting events and will continue to adhere to the most up-to-date guidelines. Social distancing measures will be in place, increased cleaning routines will be maintained, disinfection stations will be used and the Club may introduce processes around access designed to minimize risk to supporters. A face mask will be required for all participants and all participants aged 16 and over will need to have photo identification.
A list of frequently asked questions is available HERE.
The latest Club terms and conditions (updated to reflect the various measures that have been implemented following the COVID-19 pandemic) are available at LCFC.com/terms.