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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - Licence To Stand

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by Jordinho, 12 Feb 2013.

  1. Gutter Boy

    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    51k is a decent attendance, especially as Hudderfield are a small club who only average 5,000 for their home games.
     
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    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    Part of it will also be diminishing returns - the first deal will be the biggest one, then subsequent ones will be smaller as the names all blur into one (like no one has any idea who now sponsors the Milk/Littlewoods Cup).

    It's never going to be that big a deal anyway. Even the biggest ever stadium sponsorship would be about 1/4 of what our shirt sponsorship deal is worth, so it's pretty small fry really.
     
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    DubSpur Tim Sherwood

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    Ethiad sponsorship deal is worth ~£40m a year. Glad you think it's small fry...
     
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    Lilbaz Michael Carrick

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    From swiss ramble

    #MCFC Etihad deal worth £65m (shirt sponsorship £45m, naming rights £20m). Also have Puma kit supplier £65m, Nexen Tire sleeve sponsor £10m and Marathonbet training kit £10m. #MUFC Chevrolet shirt sponsorship was £64m, but since replaced by TeamViewer at just £47m.
     
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    ricky2tricky4city Rafael Van Der Vaart

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    A quarter? ...so £10m ...I think the yearly amount will be quite a bit more than that.
     
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    Modric THFC Christian Ziege

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    My feeling is the naming rights will go to however the new owners are. Buy the club, stick their brand's name on the stadium.
     
  7. Lilbaz

    Lilbaz Michael Carrick

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    Then why are we paying that guy to find us a naming rights deal?
     
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    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    That's not a sponsorship deal. That's FFP avoidance - they are sponsoring themselves to generate expenditure headroom.
     
  9. Gutter Boy

    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    About £15m is the market rate at the moment, excluding the City type fiddle.
     
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    ricky2tricky4city Rafael Van Der Vaart

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    New owners are a long way off. Long enough to not be foregoing naming rights money.
     
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    ricky2tricky4city Rafael Van Der Vaart

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    Levy will want 20+, and I think he has a good case for that.
     
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    Lilbaz Michael Carrick

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    Especially if we get the superbowl in 2026.
     
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    DubSpur Tim Sherwood

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    Barca's one for Camp Nou is bigger than Citys one, and there's others in the US that are £20m+ a year.
    It's the only stadium in the world that will have regular Premier League and NFL games. We're rightly going to be looking at the
    upper end of the current deals that are out there.
     
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    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    But our AIA shirt deal was £320m. So still relatively small.
     
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    DubSpur Tim Sherwood

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    £320m for 8 years, £40m per year, so no, not relatively small.
     
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    superspurs Jonathan Woodgate

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    As cool as that would be, it's never happening in a million years.
     
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    Lilbaz Michael Carrick

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    The nfl is declining, they are pushing for more global appeal. Hence games at spurs, talks of franchises outside the us. Having a superbowl outside the us would gain publicity for the sport. It may be unlikely but i wouldn't rule it out.
     
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    DubSpur Tim Sherwood

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    Think it would be more likely to be held in Canada or even Mexico before it's held in Europe.
     
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    superspurs Jonathan Woodgate

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    Possibly, the biggest threat to the NFL and what will accelerate any decline is still CTE, I don't think just changing the market to get money out of other folk is going to make a big difference in the long run.

    Unless the fabled London based team comes along it won't happen either, I don't think our stadium even meets the requirements for a SuperBowl host stadium at the moment unless they change the criteria, Wembley on the other hand is much more suited.
     
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    Lilbaz Michael Carrick

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    Wembley isn't suited at all. They don't have the changing rooms for the 40 man squads, cheerleaders etc... The players stand by the side of the pitch so you have to close of the front rows of the crowd so they can see over them.
     

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