Spurs are able to host supporters again after the Government announced on Thursday that London would be placed under Tier 2 restrictions after the national lockdown ends.
That means Tottenham are allowed to host 2,000 fans at matches going forward from December 2, with supporters set to be present at the north London derby on December 6.
Spurs say they will be applying a "proportionate allocation of tickets between season ticket holders (including those on the club’s access scheme), premium and other stakeholders, such as partners and affiliates”.
The club added on Friday: “Although we wish we were able to welcome more than 2,000 fans to attend such a huge north London derby match, this nonetheless represents a huge step in the right direction and a historic moment for the club.”
Eligible season ticket holders and all executive members will receive an email in due course with further details on how ballots for the Arsenal match will operate.
All season ticket holders have already been asked to complete a process of ID validation before returning to the stadium.
Ticket prices will be £65 for adults and £49 for young adults, while those over 65 or under 18 can get in for £32.50.
Any Tottenham supporter who is successful in obtaining a ticket for the Arsenal match will not be entered into ballots for subsequent reduced capacity home games, until such time as all season ticket holders who wish to attend a match have had the opportunity to do so.
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