Spurs' charter, which is published in full in the Corporate area of the official web-site, promises no ticket price increases from last season, at least 25 per cent of tickets made available to non-season ticket holders, and concessions for disabled people and members who are junior fans or senior citizens. It also guarantees free admission to replays of abandoned games.
The charter is part of a Premiership-wide initiative. The move was announced earlier in the week by Richard Scudamore, chief executive of the Premier League, who said the move was agreed by the clubs at a meeting earlier in the summer.
And in a BBC radio interview, he praised Spurs in particular for our relationship with the community. The charter details "considerable and varied community action" through the Football in the Community Scheme.
On merchandising, we promise that home kits will have a design span of two years and away strips will have a life span of one season. Replica kit will soon carry advice on the date the kit was launched. It means that the home strip will change in May 2001 and the away strip during the summer of 2001.
We affirm our commitment to being an equal opportunities employer and expect employees to deal with the public courteously. We also pledge to acknowledge any complaints from customers immediately and respond fully within ten working days.
Click here to view the charter.
We have published a Club Charter for the coming season. It details a wide range of pledges covering tickets prices, new kit, consultation, community activity, merchandising and customer service.