Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust News
THST: Spurs fans back Safe Standing
Spurs supporters have voted overwhelmingly in favour of Safe Standing in a survey carried out by the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust (THST).
Safe standing refers to specific models of modern standing accommodation such as those permitted in Germany, Sweden, and Austria as well as standing technologies deemed to be safe for matches in League One and below by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published Green Guide.
Help save the Antwerp Arms!
As the oldest pub still operating in Tottenham, the Antwerp Arms has been serving Spurs fans since 1882. There is now a very real risk the pub will close like so many others in the local area.
To save the pub, local residents have set up a community pub venture to raise funds through a share issue in order to buy the pub for the community. Those of you that use the pub on match days are part of this community.
While Premier League clubs are seen as potential beneficiaries of the FA Commission's proposals to develop a B League, the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust does not believe undermining the integrity of the pyramid system will do the game any good.
Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
Board to Board Meeting
Tuesday 13th May 2014, 6pm
THST will be presenting an award to Ledley King at his testimonial match on Monday evening on behalf of our members.
In recognition and remembrance of our Joint Chairman, who sadly passed away in March, the trophy will be named the Darren Alexander Award for Outstanding Service to THFC.
A preview of the trophy can be viewed opposite.
IT''S BEEN MY LIFE, TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR, AND I LOVE THE CLUB
Last Summer, THST asked fans to contribute to a 20 metre banner that would be fixed permanently to the balcony between the upper and lower tiers of the Park Lane stand at White Hart Lane.
Away fans initiative – How Tottenham spent their £200K this season
Last summer, as a response to falling away attendances across the division, the Premier League insisted that each club ring fence £200,000 of their own money to benefit away fans and improve the away experience.
THST audited accounts for the period 31st August 2012 to 31st August 2013