If you think Tottenham Hotspur losing to Monaco at Wembley earlier this month might have put a damper on enthusiasm for the remainder of Spurs’ Champions League home fixtures, think again. Today the club gave an update on ticket sales for Spurs’ next home match against Bayer Leverkusen on November 2, indicating that Spurs have sold out their initial allotment of tickets, selling just under 80,000 tickets.
If you’re a Spurs fan who was hoping to attend this match but weren’t able to get tickets, you’ll still have a chance -- the club said that they expect more tickets to open up shortly. Bayer apparently will not use their full allotment of away tickets for this match, and those tickets will be made available for sale to the public eventually.
In addition, Spurs will be releasing additional tickets in the coming days and weeks, including “those released when segregation lines are determined and seating released from TV requirements.”
Tottenham set three English attendance records against Monaco with an attendance of 85,011. With a couple of weeks to go and more tickets coming available, it’s looking possible that they could break those same three records again in November.
Spurs’ next Champions League match is scheduled for Tuesday, October 18, also against Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena in Leverkusen, Germany.