Tottenham enter top 10 for football brands

McFlash

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One thing I get from that, is that we need to improve our sponsorship deals.
Hopefully, the stadium naming deal gets sorted soon too.
 

mawspurs

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One thing I get from that, is that we need to improve our sponsorship deals.
Hopefully, the stadium naming deal gets sorted soon too.
Agreed but we must be doing something right to be in the top 10 when you think of all the other clubs in world football.

If you read the section on Spurs ours and Liverpool’s brand value went up by 20% the highest on the top ten bar Real at 27%.
 

Col_M

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We’ll be showing that as part of the portfolio to attract new players. And here’s a picture of the washing facilities and this is the Cheese Room.
 

Gareth88

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Should 100% increase the cost for our naming rights for the stadium. I suspect if we have a semi decent start to next season there will be a lot more new fans interested in going to games. Does anyone think that if we keep pushing the way we are we might increase the stadium capacity in the next few years?
 
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Should 100% increase the cost for our naming rights for the stadium. I suspect if we have a semi decent start to next season there will be a lot more new fans interested in going to games. Does anyone think that if we keep pushing the way we are we might increase the stadium capacity in the next few years?
Think we'd need to invest in the squad to be able to sustain champions league football first. Without that don't matter how big your stadium is. Once we've asserted ourselves as a regular top 4 finisher we can have a 80 000+ stadium. Thinks looking extremely good for the club. Let's hope that transpires in the transfer window.
 
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Did levy leave scope for more seats in the future? I'm sure I read that somewhere but 1 of you guys will know for sure.
 

yiddopaul

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Think we'd need to invest in the squad to be able to sustain champions league football first. Without that don't matter how big your stadium is. Once we've asserted ourselves as a regular top 4 finisher we can have a 80 000+ stadium. Thinks looking extremely good for the club. Let's hope that transpires in the transfer window.
How on earth are we going to have an extra 20,000 seats in the stadium???? There's no room for that much growth.
 

slartibartfast

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Levy doesnt get naming rights for new stadium.
We call him a dick.
This news comes out and we're in a cl final.
Ahhh.
Not such a dick after all.
Just imagine if we'd signed up for next 5years or whatever for half what we could have got.
 

baldinyid

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Did levy leave scope for more seats in the future? I'm sure I read that somewhere but 1 of you guys will know for sure.
In a meeting with the fans Levy was asked if there was the potential to expand the stadium Futher, I seem to recall Levy stating that it wasn't possible and essentially it's been built to its maximum. I think transport infrastructure was a reason or something like that. The video is on Tottenham Hotspur YouTube channel.
 
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