It was recently announced the final at Wembley Stadium will be held in front of fans, with 8,000 spectators permitted to attend the game.
Spurs were one of the sides which were able to play in front of a crowd earlier in the season, with 2,000 of their supporters attending their 2-0 victory over local rivals Arsenal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Following the announcement from the club, the Spurs fans flocked to the tweet to voice their excitement at the news.
“Great news, now wear the shirt with pride and win the thing!”
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All in all, it is clear to see the news has gone down well with the Spurs fans who are looking forward to getting back into the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to cheer on their team.