Tottenham Hotspur FC Tickets
The Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, or the Spurs as they are commonly known as, are one of the leading football clubs in the Premier League. The team is based in Tottenham, London and after being founded in 1882, are also one of the longest-standing teams in the league. They play at their high-capacity home stadium, called White Hart Lane, which can hold more than 36,000 fans at capacity. The club is currently owned by ENIC International Ltd. and is lead by Chairman Daniel Levy. The club’s current manager is Andre Villas-Boas. The club is currently sponsored by Under Armor, who makes their jerseys and Investec Bank; whose logo can be seen on the front of the team uniform.
Even with their early inception, the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club didn’t win the FA Cup until 1901; and when they did they became the only non-League club to achieve a cup win since the formation of the Football League. The team’s early success would go on to set the precedent for the club for the next century as the Tottenham Hotspurs have continuously been one of the most well-respected clubs in soccer today. During their career, the team has won a major trophy in each of the last six decades; an achievement that only one other team, Manchester United, has ever done.
The Spurs not only have had a long and successful career as a club, but they also have one of the largest fanbases in soccer today. Their fans mainly hail from the United Kingdom, particularly in North London; and over the years have had one of the highest attendance ratings for a professional soccer season in all of England. They are known not only in the sports world for their success, but socially for their contributions to their local communities and their longstanding charity work.
The team’s current squad roster includes names such as Gareth Bale, Aaron Lennon and Scott Parker. However, other big names like Bristol Rovers, Steve Perryman and Jimmy Greaves have all worn Tottenham Hotspur Uniforms. The team’s current roster is expected to bring in one of the club’s most successful years to date once regular season play has finished.