- Fixture rescheduling for broadcast – meetings with BT Sport and the Premier League – 11 and 19 April
- Premier League Structured Dialogue meeting – 25 April
- Financial Analysis of THFC’s Annual Results 2015-16
- Virgin Media subsidy for Leicester away – 18 May
- West Ham United policing meeting – 11 April
- Arsenal police advice ahead of NLD
- Meeting with the Board of THFC – 2 May
- THST and AAA End of Season Party – 28 May
Since Tottenham Hotspur Ltd (THL) published its financial statements for 2015-16, finance professionals on the THST Board have been analysing them. That analysis has led us to pose a number of questions we believe are of legitimate interest to the Club’s supporters. It also provides us with an opportunity to begin to improve the conversation between the Club and its fans about finances and, in doing so, to move further towards establishing a standard for the game. A brief summary can be read below, and the full report is available as a PDF attached to this post.
Along with the rest of the football community, we were shocked and saddened to hear that Ugo Ehiogu had passed away earlier this morning at the age of 44. Our deepest condolences go to his family, friends and colleagues.
Ugo had a distinguished playing career before joining the staff of Tottenham Hotspur as Under-23's coach and will be remembered by Spurs fans for the work he did developing youth players in an academy that has done so much to create the current sense of togetherness and pride at the Club.
Our thoughts are with all concerned at this very sad time.
21 April 2017
On 19 April, the Club released a small number of additional tickets for the home match against Arsenal, scheduled for Sunday 30 April 2017. Member tickets for this Category A game were originally allocated via loyalty points, in line with the changes made to home ticketing this season.
As part of the Twenty’s Plenty campaign, fans successful in getting tickets to the away Premier League game at Leicester City on 18 May 2017 will be able to claim up to £10 of the price of their match ticket back.
The ground-breaking initiative is possible thanks to a partnership between Virgin Media and the Football Supporters’ Federation that subsidises the cost of all tickets down to £20 at a single away fixture for all Premier League clubs.
Here’s some information for fans ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea. We understand the Club will also be issuing advice and information before the game, so please keep an eye on the Club website.
With time short and both sets of supporters familiar with Wembley Stadium, reps from fan groups, the police, Wembley National Stadium Limited and the clubs opted not to meet but instead to share the messages through the channels available.
At this Saturday's home game against Bournemouth, supporters of Leyton Orient FC will be collecting for their Regeneration Fund.
Fans will be aware of the dire situation The Os are in, and the Regeneration Fund is being built up to enable fans to relaunch the club if it goes into liquidation, administration or there is a negotiated sale involving the Supporters' Trust. It should be stressed that none of the money raised will be used to pay the current owners' debts. Full details about the fund are here.
We know there are strong links between supporters of Tottenham Hotspur and Leyton Orient, so when the Leyton Orient Fans' Trust got in touch with us and with THFC, we were only too pleased to help them, and we are very grateful to THFC for giving LOFT collectors permission to do a bucket collection at the Bournemouth game.
We'll be asking our colleagues at Bournemouth's Cherries Trust to support the initiative too. Please do give what you can to the LOFT collectors.
10 April 2017