This weekend promises to be a fierce one for Chelsea and Tottenham fans, as Tottenham will host Chelsea at the Wembley Stadium on Sunday evening, as Spurs look to make the national stadium their home ground for the next three seasons.
Wembley can hold 90,000 fans for a football match but Spurs have been forbidden from putting tickets on general sale, and this could see 20,000 seats empty for the London derby clash.
According to the Times, Nearly 70,000 tickets have been sold for Sunday’s clash with Chelsea to Spurs supporters already registered with the club before July 1.
The rule comes after talks with Brent council, the Met Police, the London Ambulance Service and the London Fire Brigade, will also apply for the Arsenal game at Wembley in February.
Tottenham will be allowed to put up sales of up to 90,000 for their next game against Burnley as it isn’t deemed a high risk game.