New Stadium Details And Discussions

SirHarryHotspur

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Completely convinced a combination of our stadium and relegation will bankrupt the London stadium. We’ve already taken the rugby and now guns and roses gig. They only currently have 3 events lined up for whole of 2020. We already have 7 and haven’t even got going yet.

Another concert announcement imminent as well apparently.
Doubt politicians will let it fail , they will just find more taxpayers money to keep it going so we will have to keep paying for it . Of course when Hammers are relegated their rent goes down so stadium will be even more of a white elephant.
 

lennon180

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It’ll be my first game at the stadium on Sunday having just got a Chelsea ticket!! I’m going to drive up from Bristol and was just wondering what my best bet is, parking somewhere near the stadium or somewhere in west London and catching the tube. Any help would be excellent. Cheers guys.
 

bubble07

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Stadium tours. Want to buy a ticket as a present for my dad but I dont know the days he can go. Is there not like a stadium tour gift card?

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southlondonyiddo

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Just saw that on Twitter

Not sure it will make any difference whatsoever to the atmosphere. Will be interesting to see what happens to their hospitality areas.
 

Spurs 1961

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Just saw that on Twitter

Not sure it will make any difference whatsoever to the atmosphere. Will be interesting to see what happens to their hospitality areas.
I think there is a need for more food and drink concessions especially during half-time. They an use the space to make more money and help the rest of us a bit
 

Lighty64

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1882 is in the middle of the south stand, think it'll help
I doubt it will make enough difference not enough bodies, and all that will happen is the ST holders in that area will still get their ST there just at a cheaper price
 

stevenurse

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Is our record at the new ground worse than it was at Wembley?

Aside from smashing a few no mark teams and a 1-0 against City, it seems like we've largely been absolutely woeful at home since we moved in. Aside from Palace and Burnley, we've been awful at home all year
 

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Is our record at the new ground worse than it was at Wembley?

Aside from smashing a few no mark teams and a 1-0 against City, it seems like we've largely been absolutely woeful at home since we moved in. Aside from Palace and Burnley, we've been awful at home all year
Whilst I agree, it feels poor. Since we moved in we actually have the fourth best record overall on a PPG basis. (Third on a points basis but we've played more games than most, due to the home game switch and late move in)

However it is quite skewed as we've only played one top 6 team at home and after yesterdays performance, you wouldn't expect us to pick up many vs the rest of them.

Essentially below is our record vs vs the bottom 14 except two sides so I think it's not that great overall

TeamPPointsPPG
Liverpool12363.00
Manchester City11252.27
Leicester City12272.25
Tottenham Hotspur13272.08
 

Yid121

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Thinking of driving to the Brighton game through London from SW London, bad idea?🤔 thinking the roads could be quieter
 

Lighty64

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Thinking of driving to the Brighton game through London from SW London, bad idea?🤔 thinking the roads could be quieter
you will have some shops doing sales and people either visiting family or returning home, so would allow time in case
 

longtimespur

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My daughter says she’s going to the stadium on 29th May for the Guns and Roses concert. £162 for her ticket alone. WTF how much money will the club make???
 

Wick3d

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My daughter says she’s going to the stadium on 29th May for the Guns and Roses concert. £162 for her ticket alone. WTF how much money will the club make???
What a waste of money. Guns N Roses aren't really that great anymore, their live performances are always poor and disappoint.
 

shelfboy68

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My daughter says she’s going to the stadium on 29th May for the Guns and Roses concert. £162 for her ticket alone. WTF how much money will the club make???
Well that was when the stadium build was about the intention is to make loads of money and turn it into a huge financial brand.
 

markiespurs

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My daughter says she’s going to the stadium on 29th May for the Guns and Roses concert. £162 for her ticket alone. WTF how much money will the club make???
It was probably the promoter that set the ticket price. The club probably charged a flat amount for the hire of the stadium and a percentage of catering income.
 

longtimespur

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It was probably the promoter that set the ticket price. The club probably charged a flat amount for the hire of the stadium and a percentage of catering income.
I agree with that was just wondering what we could make from these 2 gigs.
 
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