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Tottenham Awaits Wembley Fate

Tottenham will get to know their fate on Thursday if their proposal to host 27 matches at Wembley Stadium next season has been approved. Bre...

Tottenham will get to know their fate on Thursday if their proposal to host 27 matches at Wembley Stadium next season has been approved.

Brent Council’s planning committee are to talk in detail concerning the application as Spurs intend with some possibilities of fulfillment to take a shift closer to indicating their change over for the 2017-18 campaign.

Tottenham Hotspur have until March 31 to put in motion the option to play at Wembley, although it is understood their decision will not only depend on Brent Council’s judgement.

The club's new £800million stadium next to White Hart Lane is still under construction and the main fact to be weighed is whether the project will or can be completed on time.

Despite anything to the contrary, Tottenham could still remain at their present ground next season and play home matches at Wembley Stadium in 2018/19 before moving into the new one for the  2019/20 campaign.

Brent Council’s approval of 27 matches at the maximum capacity of 90,000 is also considered absolutely necessary, given the fact that Spurs are desperately in need of some sort of space to avoid hosting games in a part-full Wembley with the unpleasant effects that would have on the environment.

Wembley Stadium can give consent to five more major sporting events within its current cap, so Spurs are asking for an additional 22 to make it 27 in total.

At the beginning, they asked for a total of 36 matches at the National Stadium with the maximum capacity of 90,000, in the sense that they could cover the highest number of home games the club could ever be capable of playing in all competitions next season.

But the proposal was considered relatively large in number in strain on the local residents, with Brent Council instead suggesting a compromise option of all 36 matches but at a reduced capacity of 61,000, the same figure the new White Hart Lane will hold.

Spurs have not even slightly budged on the maximum attendance and their latest proposal requests the 90,000 capacity but for only 27 fixtures.
Any more matches would then in theory have to fall in line with Wembley’s current regulations, which state any further events can only be open to the lower and middle tiers, amounting to an attendance of 50,835.

However,  the Press Association Sport understands the Football Association (FA) would try to make an effort to make certain that those extra games could also be played at full capacity and Tottenham remain confident they would not be left stranded.

Hosting 36 fixtures is also highly unlikely as it would mean going to a great depth as far as both Europe and two domestic cup competitions next season and drawing every possible away games. 

In the last 10 years, Spurs have three times had more than 27 home matches in a season – 31 in 2006-07, 28 in 2007-08 and 30 in 2014-15.

They had exactly 27 home matches last season and will host the same number again this season, which is likely to have informed the club’s latest request.

Brent officers have recommended the council’s planning committee approve the proposal, pointing out that special measures will be taken to reduce the act of disorder to the local community.

There are still objections though. By March 14, 164 representations bad been made to Brent Council with 156 refusing to accept the proposal.

There lots of questions and expression concerning this proposal. The likes of; Barry Gardiner, MP for Brent North, questioned “why there is a need for Tottenham Hotspur to play games at Wembley’s full capacity.”

Gardiner also added that “the increase in the number of matches will prove a real strain on local living”.

And Bob Blackman, MP for Harrow East, expressed concern about the “additional pressure on public transport” and also how “this sets a precedent for Chelsea FC to use the stadium for a further three years”.

Spurs played European home games at Wembley this season but with little success.

Tottenham lost two out of their three Champions League games under Mauricio Pochettino before a draw there against Gent meaning they also crashed out of Europa League.



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