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Club launches Spanish-language website

16 December 2014|Tottenham Hotspur


• becomes latest development in Club’s growing digital offering to a global fanbase
•         New site to cater for growing demand for the Club’s content across Spain and Latin America
•         Club’s  fanbase in excess of 50 million in Spanish-speaking territories

The Club has today launched a dedicated Spanish-language website in recognition of our growing fanbase across Spain and Latin America.

Spanish-speaking supporters can now access all the latest Club news, interviews and special features in their native language at 

The platform allows the Club to further engage with an estimated fanbase in excess of 50 million within Spanish-speaking territories, following the launch of localised social media channels for this demographic last month.

There are currently over 700,000 Spanish-speaking supporters following us on our official Facebook page.

Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino said: “Growing up in Argentina, Tottenham Hotspur has traditionally had a huge following across Latin America, especially since Argentinian greats Osvaldo Ardiles and Ricardo Villa joined the Club in the late 1970s and became legends at White Hart Lane, driving greater interest in the English game from this part of the world.

“It is great to see that this fantastic support for the team continues not only in Spain and Latin America, but across the world, and a dedicated Spanish-language website will no doubt bring many more fans closer to the Club than before.”

We will continue to increase our digital offering to a growing global fanbase throughout the season, with the Spanish-language site the latest in a series of developments.

We have an estimated global following in excess of 400 million, with over 100 Official Supporters Clubs in 40 countries across the world.