- Safe standing campaign update
- Fixtures announcement 2018-19
- Broadcast selection dates 2018-19
- Test events in the new stadium
- Secondary and Premium ticketing for next season
- Catering feedback group
This special, limited edition cycling jersey - only 20 are being produced - has evolved through the partnership of Prostate Cancer UK, the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust and Tottenham Hotspur FC. For the past three years, a large group of Spurs-supporting cyclists have cycled from the London Olympic Velodrome to the Ajax Arena, Amsterdam, fundraising for PCUK. To date, 55 riders in total have worn the shirt, initially the Spurs home shirt, donated by the Club and, this June, in a custom made 'Cycle On You Spurs' cycling jersey. The jersey worn on the bikes carried the official Spurs cockerel, with the kind permission of the Club, along with the THST logo and a number of sponsoring companies. You may well have seen images of this jersey on the Club website or via the Trust’s social media accounts. Many Spurs fans liked what they saw and asked if they could buy one. Here is the result.
Each summer, THST polls members and the wider Spurs community on the key issues affecting Tottenham Hotspur supporters ahead of the new season. This provides THST with a valuable snap shot of supporter opinion and enables us to prioritise our campaigning efforts for the months ahead.
We’re pleased the months of speculation are finally over and fans know where our team will be playing, and when, next season. But the confirmation also brought news that we would be playing our first home game at Wembley, not our new stadium.
THST has teamed up with Isthmian League Premier Division team Wingate and Finchley FC to offer Trust members a fantastic opportunity to get their football fix when Spurs aren’t playing AND lend their support to a local non-league side based just a short journey from White Hart Lane.
THST was among the fan organisations invited to a meeting at Portcullis House, Westminster by Shadow Sports Minister Dr Rosena Allin-Khan on 6 June 2018 to discuss the Labour Party’s approach to safer standing at football matches in English football’s top two divisions. Co-chair Martin Cloake represented the Trust at the event in a significant week for a campaign THST and other fan groups have fought for years.
We continue to record data on loyalty point cut-offs for Premier League away games. That information, going back six years, is available in a handy infographic, which can be viewed at the bottom of this article. No doubt there will be many interpretations of what the data means, especially considering the huge increase in the number of season ticket holders last summer, the second year of the £30 away price cap and with the team still proving to be competitive at the top end of the league.