Tottenham Considering Ground-Breaking Shirt Sponsorship Deal

Chris Wright

6th, July 2010


By Chris Wright

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly exploring the prospect of introducing a landmark shirt sponsorship deal that would see four different companies sign up to have their logos emblazoned across their shirts – one in the Premier League, one in the Champions League, and the other two being used in both of the domestic cup campaigns.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is looking to broker the unprecedented contracts after struggling to find a single benefactor willing to meet the £10 million yearly payment that he is hoping to secure – a considerable mark up from the annual £8.5 million that previous sponsors Mansion paid for the privilege.

Deliberations are set to rumble on past the start of the season, so we are probably going to see Spurs taking to the pitch in ‘plain’ shirts come their opening Premier League fixture, which is no bad thing!

Posted in Kits & fashion, Tottenham Hotspur

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  1. Macca says:

    Spurs haven’t qualified for the Champions League proper yet – they still have to play in the qualifiers.

  2. Andy says:

    If ANUSOL is going to be one of the 4 sponsors products what are the other 3 going to be?
    1- FISSANS Paste.

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