Are you lost? See if these links help.

Social Channels

EnglishEnglish
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
Korean한국어
  • Korean
Chinese中文
  • Weibo
  • Youku
IndonesianIndonesian
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
MalaysianMalaysian
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
ThaiThai
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
Indianभारतीय
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

Sites & Languages

#ArchivedNews

Club unveils brand new Official YouTube channel

14 August 2014|Tottenham Hotspur

The Club is pleased to unveil a brand new Official YouTube channel, bringing fans closer to their favourite team than ever before on one of the world's largest and most popular media platforms.

•    New style channel promises a range of creative, innovative video content for YouTube viewers
•    Videos to feature greater use of graphics, stats and archive to appeal to a domestic and international fan base

The Club is pleased to unveil a brand new Official YouTube channel, bringing fans closer to their favourite team than ever before on one of the world’s largest and most popular media platforms.

With the 2014-15 Premier League season about to begin, the new-look channel promises high quality video content from around the Club, with exclusive access to players and entertaining features, including use of graphics, stats and archive imagery.

To mark the re-launch, the Club has released a unique video providing an insight into a day in the life of a player. Shot via a headcam from a point-of-view perspective, the feature details everything from the player waking up and having breakfast to arriving at the Club’s world class training centre and practising with the first team.

Emmanuel Adebayor, Brad Friedel and Eric Dier all make cameo appearances in the video marking the unveil, that will capture the imagination of supporters across the world.

The Club’s YouTube channel is already famed for its high-quality video features, such as last year’s Halloween Prank featuring Kyle Walker and his Spurs team-mates, which has attracted more than 2.25m views.

A video clip of Lewis Holtby tackling recently retired referee Howard Webb during Ledley King’s Testimonial match in May, meanwhile, received over 4m views.

The new YouTube channel is part of an improved video offering across the Club’s digital platforms ahead of the new Premier League season.

Visit our Official YouTube channel now!