Martin Buhagiar, Rachel Martin, Anthoulla Achilleos and Rob White are joined by Marine Football Club CEO James Leary to talk about our famous FA Cup tie, the idea to sell virtual tickets, the reaction by Spurs fans and a very funny anecdote about a certain player in Marine's very cold showers...
In the fifth episode of our Vlog, regulars Martin Buhagiar, Rachel Martin and Rob White are joined by THSTOfficial secretary Pete Haine to discuss our upcoming AGM.
Why do we need to hold an AGM, what do we discuss and how can our members get involved? All questions are answered during this chat.
THST Board members Rachel Martin, Anthoulla Achilleos, Rob White and Martin Buhagiar look back at some our key achievements in 2020 and look ahead to what could be in store in 2021.
THST Annual General Meeting 2021
Raising funds for Tottenham and North Enfield Foodbanks
Broadcast update, including FA Cup
Club sanctions and banning policy
Business and Community Liaison Group meeting
Supporter Experience meeting
European solidarity work
Cycle on You Spurs
Ride for Ray
Introducing the THST Official vodcast
Return of fans to Tottenham Hotspur stadium
Ticketing bans 2019-2020
Trust meeting with Club Board
Trust Q4 Board Meeting
Lobbying UEFA over competition reform
Help a Haringey child this Christmas
Marine FC offer for Spurs fans
Tottenham and Enfield Foodbank initiative
Studio 306 Collective donation
Football to Amsterdam, 3-5 September 2021
Old Tottenham programmes
In this the third episode of our vodcast, the team welcomes THST co-chair Kat Law to discuss all things ticketing.
From ticketing ballots, transparency of figures and season ticket deferrals to THST past successes and the conversations we've had with the club - it's all here in this bumper edition.
Watch or listen as THST board members Martin Buhagiar, Anthoulla Achilleos, Rachel Martin and Rob White discuss the issues that matter to supporters with Kat.
It's been confirmed that our Round of 32 Europa League tie against Wolfsberger FC on Wednesday 24 February will kick off at 5pm. This is due to the requirements of the TV contract and the clash with Arsenal's home tie in the competition. As FA Cup winners, Arsenal take precedence for the Thursday evening slot.
It’s been an incredibly tough year but Spurs fans, and in particular Trust members, have once again shown their amazing generosity through their donations to the Tottenham Foodbank and Meals for the NHS, alongside ongoing support for our regular charities Prostate Cancer UK and Studio 306 Collective. We are so grateful to each and every fan who has supported one or more of those great causes and we know the huge difference this has made on a local as well as a national level.
In our second video, our hosts talk to fellow THST Board member Kevin Fitzgerald about fans returning to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Kevin was the only THST board member who was successful with his application and was there to see our 2-0 victory in the North London Derby.
We have gone all digital and launched a new video and podcast. With so much information to share, we want to make sure we are getting our message to as many members as we possibly can.
In this our first episode, THST Board members Martin Buhagiar, Rachel Martin, Anthoulla Achilleos and Rob White explain who we are, what we do and why, if you are a Spurs fan, you should be interested.
Governance is a word usually guaranteed to make everyone glaze over. But here’s why it’s important and here’s why English football needs reform.
In 1983, Tottenham Hotspur FC’s then Chairman, Irving Scholar, wrote to the Football Association asking it to disregard FA Rule 34 to allow the Club to set up a holding company, THFC plc. Rule 34 was a long-standing rule which established that football club directors were the custodians of their clubs; in place to look after and support clubs but prohibited from being paid. It also restricted any dividends to shareholders, and protected grounds from asset stripping. It basically made being the director of a football club a form of public service. And it established football clubs as community assets, not standalone businesses.
On the evening of Tuesday 1 December, representatives of the Trust Board met with representatives of the Club Board for a scheduled meeting via Zoom. Questions were invited in advance from THST members which, as always, informed the agenda. Every question submitted was collated and presented to the Club in advance of the meeting as a pre-read. To follow is a report of the meeting, approved and agreed as an accurate account of discussions by both THST and THFC.
Broadcast of matches
Return of fans to stadia
FSA Premier League Network Meeting
Kick Off Against Hunger initiative
Business and Community Liaison Group report
Ticket amnesty and seat moves
Overseas membership proposition review
THST/ THFC Board-to-Board meeting
Charity cycle ride to Amsterdam, 3-5 September 2021
Ride for Ray
Supporting our non-league neighbours
We are launching a new charity campaign called #KickOffAgainstHunger. The campaign aims to build on the magnificent support you gave to the Tottenham Foodbank when we asked you to donate to them instead of pay the £14.95 PPV fee. Your generosity raised over £50,000 in under a fortnight, and it helped get rid of PPV for now. But the foodbank still desperately needs your support.