Spurs fans will be aware of the controversy surrounding the Premier League's decision to televise behind-closed-doors games not selected by Sky Sports or BT Sport as part of the traditional broadcast packages as pay-per-view events. These games will cost £14.95 via Sky Sports and BT Sport Box Office. We recently made comment on that decision here.
The fans we represent are fortunate to support clubs that regularly secure the largest financial revenues in the Premier League. But all of us understand that football doesn’t work in isolation. It’s a family. It requires a fair share of resources to ensure that the Premier League is competitive to watch and that the lower leagues flourish as part of our national game
Nothing is ever simple in football. After weeks of campaigning to ensure fans could watch their teams while access to stadiums is denied, we should have been celebrating the announcement that they can, and with it a great victory for fan power. But, once again, the Premier League, Clubs and Broadcasters have managed to turn what could have been a positive into a negative. Because, once again, they didn’t have a proper conversation with the fans.
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Broadcast access for the 2020/21 season
Phased return of fans
Body worn cameras at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Catering plans for the return of fans
Supporting local non-league teams
Tottenham Hotspur Women fan organisation
Fundraising for the JE3 Foundation
Football to Amsterdam 2021
Away ticketing points: 2015 to 2020
Spurs programmes for charity