The Club continues to work closely with Haringey Council and the Tottenham Traders Partnership to help the local community recover from August’s civil unrest.
As part of our ongoing support, the Club is inviting those local traders, Council workers and Emergency Services most affected by the troubles as guests at our Europa League group match with Rubin Kazan at White Hart Lane on Thursday, October 20.
A range of local businesses, including restaurants, hairdressers and supermarkets, will be represented, alongside Homes for Haringey and Council Support Officers, and the local Fire Brigade.
Daniel Levy, Chairman, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, said:
"Like so many other local businesses, we were directly affected by the recent unrest and are delighted to invite our fellow traders as guests at this match. European nights at White Hart Lane are always special occasions, and we hope this will be a memorable evening for those in attendance.”
Moaz Nanjuwany, Chair of the Tottenham Traders Partnership, said:
“We thank Tottenham Hotspur for their kind offer to give our businesses the chance to come and watch the team play. As we all know, some of the local businesses along the High Road were hit hard by the riots, and we are delighted to have the Club and the Council’s backing in not only helping them recover, but also in revitalising the strong community spirit Tottenham is famous for.”