Tottenham Hotspur will now host Arsenal for a friendly double header next month with the proceeds going towards good causes.
Spurs had already announced that they would host Mike Arteta’s side on August 8 as part of The Mind Series and now they have released ticket details as well confirming that Tottenham Hotspur Women will also play their Arsenal counterparts following the men’s match.
With the government’s confirmation that restrictions on large outdoor events have been lifted, Spurs will now be able to welcome a near-capacity crowd back to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as Nuno Espirito Santo‘s men take on their London rivals.
There will a slight reduction in seating capacity due to the implementation of COVID-secure zones near player areas.
The men’s fixture will kick off at 2pm before the women’s teams will compete in a friendly, kicking off at 4.45pm.
General admission tickets, covering both matches, are £35 for adults in the east and west stands, and £30 in the north and south, with U18s and over-65s £17.50 or £15 depending on the stand with young adults £26.50/£22.50.
From the sale of each Spurs v Arsenal match ticket, £5 will be donated to Mind and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.
Mind will receive 25 per cent of proceeds from each of the three matches in The Mind Series and with each club’s foundation receiving 75 per cent of proceeds from that club’s respective home match.
Each organisation will use its donation to support mental health and wellbeing projects in communities both at home and overseas.
Tottenham will travel to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea on August 4 (7.45pm kick-off) and Arsenal host the Blues on August 1.