Amazon eye naming rights for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Our state-of-the-art stadium 62,000-seater stadium, which was constructed at a cost of £1billion has been without a commercial name since it’s grand opening last year.
Speculations about the naming rights have been doing the rounds ever since, with sportswear giants and our kit sponsors Nike tipped to be interested in becoming the stadium sponsors (h/t Daily Mail).
Now, Amazon have also thrown their hat in the ring for the naming rights of our stadium. The tech-giants already have an established relationship with Tottenham, having spent all season at the club filming for the documentary “All or Nothing” (h/t Daily Mail).
The appeal of the Premier League and Champions League around the globe, coupled with the fact that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will also host NFL matches and other high-profile sporting events makes it a lucrative investment opportunity for companies (h/t Daily Mail).
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is eyeing for a ten-year deal worth £25m-a-year, making it the most lucrative naming rights deal in history.
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The news of Amazon taking an interest in securing our stadium’s naming rights is sure to delight the fans. However, the deal is far from being done at the moment, with negotiations put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic that has brought the world to a standstill.
In order to help fight the deadly pandemic, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been turned into a hospital unit along with a COVID-19 testing centre.