TOTTENHAM Hotspur fans will be able to enjoy the latest content from the club on Foxtel from the start of the 2016-17 season.
Spurs have signed a three-year partnership with Foxtel to become the Premier League team’s International Broadcast Partner in Australia for three years. The deal was announced in Melbourne prior to Tottenham’s International Champions Cup match against Juventus at the MCG.
It will see Fox Sports integrate a weekly three-hour programme featuring the latest Tottenham content (including the club’s matches) into their regular sports coverage as well as the addition of Spurs TV, which includes content and features from the club’s popular video service. Both the weekly programme and Spurs TV will be available to Foxtel residential and Foxtel Play subscribers on the sports pack.
Christian Eriksen.Christian Eriksen. Source: Reuters
Currently Premier League fans can already watch content from MUTV, LFC TV and ChelseaTV on Foxtel.
“We are delighted to announce a partnership with Foxtel,” said Aidan Mullally, Head of Business Development at Tottenham Hotspur.
“Tottenham Hotspur has enjoyed fantastic support in Australia over the past two years visiting Sydney and now Melbourne. We look forward to collaborating with Foxtel to bring our growing fan base exciting and engaging content via the programming block and Spurs TV features.”
Tottenham’s Harry Kane (C).Tottenham’s Harry Kane (C). Source: Reuters
“This exciting arrangement with our new partners at Tottenham Hotspur furthers our continued commitment to Football in Australia,” said Deanne Weir, Managing Director – Content Aggregation & Wholesale, at Foxtel.
“We are looking forward to providing Australian Spurs fans insights from the Club through the weekly three-hour programme block on FOX SPORTS. We look forward to working with Tottenham Hotspur over the next three years to further engage their fan base in Australia.”