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A fan-tastic finale!

04 May 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

It's the final home game of a memorable season – and the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust (THST) want to make sure we see off 2015-16 in style against Southampton on Sunday.

Mauricio Pochettino and the players have spoken about that vital bond between the squad and the supporters all season. #TogetherTHFC has been a driving force for the lads - perfectly described by Michel Vorm last week - as we’ve fought for the Premier League title right up to the 36th match.

The team still has a job to do, and what better way for them to aim for that history-making second spot than a full show of support from our wonderful fans at White Hart Lane.

The Club has worked together with THST in the build-up to Sunday’s home finale.

New flags will be on show and all fans are encouraged to bring their own flags* and banners* and give this team the send-off they deserve. They, in turn, will give everything to deliver that historic second place, our best finish since 1963.

Read about THST’s plans for Sunday HERE...

Fans are encouraged to stay in their seats after the final whistle for our traditional lap of appreciation and for the One Hotspur awards.

Finally, don't forget it's a 1.30pm kick-off and we ask for the final time this season, please try to arrive as early as possible.

*We are very happy to accommodate static flags where room allows and subject to search at the discretion of the Safety Officer. The general regulation around flags or banners within the stadium is that they should not display any overt political slogans, should have the necessary certificates to meet fire regulations, should not carry any discriminatory, racist or abusive language nor should they contain any element that may be considered or interpreted as inflammatory. They must be of appropriate size and not be on any pole longer than two metres in length. Thank-you.