Tottenham Hotspur will be moving into their new state-of-the-art stadium for the 2018-19 season in the summer.
It is an exciting development for the club as they try to match their elite Premier League rivals.
On the pitch, Spurs have shown stark progression over the years having finished third and then second in the last two seasons.
Despite the fact that manager Mauricio Pochettino has transformed the team into genuine contenders, they have not won a trophy since their 2007-08 League Cup triumph.
Many will be hoping that the new ground will give the club a huge boost moving forward.
However, there are plenty of supporters who have been left disappointed by the price hike in season tickets for the 2018-19 campaign.
On Monday, the North London outfit confirmed on their official website that the prices will range from £795 to £2,200.
Spurs tweeted a quote from chairman Daniel Levy about the club’s soon-to-be home, and the majority of fans responded with anger about the season ticket prices.
I'm utterly disgusted with this ticket pricing strategy. Shame on you Daniel.
— Dean. (@DeanFaccini) March 13, 2018
Bit steep those season tkts.. Despite tv revenue
— mickclark6441 (@mickclark6441) March 13, 2018
Further evidence that football is only about money these days, families who have offered decades of unfaltering support now outpriced to go and support the team they love. My four ST likely to be double what I paid for Wembley, that's some payback.
— Matt Faulkner (@mattyfspurs) March 13, 2018
"We can't wait to welcome you" ….. and bleed you dry! If I want to sit close to where I sat in WHL (not the same position, as that's now Premium Seating), it will cost me £1,500. That's a staggering 60% increase on this year's season ticket. How on earth do you justify that?
— Robert Weaver (@Wingman1882) March 13, 2018
Can’t believe the prices
— Jacsal_THFC (@ScooterjasJacob) March 13, 2018
For sure it will exceptionally expensive. I am looking at least +25% compared to WHL in 16/17. Shame my employer doesn't come up with similar pay increases. Who cares about the fans. It is all about the money. #greed.
— Marco (@mweijgertse) March 13, 2018
I previously sat in the North Stand. Got a ST at Wembley for my daughter so need to do the same at WHL. Can’t apply till her date so likely all cheapest tickets would have gone. Very expensive IMO. I’ve had a SC for over 20 years 🤦♀️.
— Sara Shoobert (@sarashoobert) March 13, 2018
It will be exceptional just a shame most of the fans wont be able to afford it
— Neil Harrison (@finchyid1710) March 13, 2018