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Tottenham submit application as they move forward with plan to boost revenue

By Mehdi Gokal -

Tottenham Hotspur have established itself as one of the most well-managed clubs in the country under the leadership of Daniel Levy, who is dedicated to elevating the club to greater heights.

The recent development could potentially bring more financial resources into Spurs’ coffers.

According to Alasdair Gold’s report on Football.London, the Lilywhites have applied to Haringey Council to expand the range of non-football events hosted at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, a move that could bolster the club’s finances for the coming years.

The North London club has remained comfortably compliant with Financial Fair Play regulations, having disclosed revenues of £549.6 million in their recent financial reports, which notably include £227.7 million in commercial earnings.

It would provide Tottenham with the means to invest in potential signings during the upcoming transfer window, strengthening the squad for Ange Postecoglou.

The newly constructed Spurs Stadium in 2019 features the world’s first dividing retractable pitch, designed to accommodate various sporting events, most notably American football, as well as entertainment events.

The Lilywhites have previously agreed to a ten-year deal to host NFL matches at their new home starting from 2018 onwards.

And now Tottenham are set to take it to the next level by submitting a bid to the Haringey Council, asking permission to increase the number of non-football major events each year from 16 to allow up to 30 major non-association football events

This move wouldn’t just enhance Spurs’ financial gains but also benefit the local economy by attracting more tourists to the region.

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