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Tottenham Hotspur reveal details of bumper 15-year Nike deal

Extension to partnership with sportswear giant will run until 2033.

29 Oct 2018 Stephan Georgiou

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Premier League soccer club Tottenham Hotspur have announced a 15-year extension to their kit supply deal with sports apparel giant Nike.

The deal is thought to be one of the longest deals with a soccer club in Nike’s history, and follows the initial multi-year agreement signed by the two parties in the summer of 2017.

It means that Nike will be Spurs’ kit supplier beyond the next decade, with the deal – which, according to The Sun newspaper, is worth some UK£30 million per year – running until at least 2033.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy revealed the news in a statement on the club’s website, announcing further deals made by the club in the process.

‘In recent months we have secured an extended agreement with Nike up to 2033, one of the longest football club deals in Nike’s history,’ read the statement. ‘We have also announced a number of new brand partners including, amongst several others, Audi, IWC Schaffhausen, HPE and EA Sports.’

Levy’s statement also highlighted his frustrations at the latest setback in Spurs’ planned move to their new stadium, which has now officially been put on hold until the start of 2019.

Tottenham had hoped to begin life in their new 62,000-seater stadium in August, however persistent delays have meant that home games have been staged at Wembley Stadium while work is completed at the new site.

Spurs were also forced to hold a home game in Milton Keynes in September when their temporary Wembley home, which they used throughout the previous campaign, was unavailable.

Levy commented: ‘There isn’t an hour that goes by when I am not asked when we will be able to stage our first game at our new home.

‘We know the continued delay is a source of immense disappointment to everyone and I can only continue to apologise for this – it is a sentiment felt by all of us.

‘We have no doubt when open that this stadium will be one of the finest in the world – a leading example of British research and development delivering engineering and technological firsts that will be showcased globally.’

Spurs take on Premier League champions Manchester City later on Monday as they look to bounce back from a 2-2 draw against PSV in the Uefa Champions League.

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