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Great Saves from supporters!

Tottenham Hotspur's Save and Support account holders made another winning contribution to the team's success when Britannia Building Society presented a cheque to the Club - for more than £34,000 - during half-time at Sunday's Premier League home fixture against Arsenal.

Tottenham Hotspur's Save and Support account holders made another winning contribution to the team's success when Britannia Building Society presented a cheque to the Club - for more than £34,000 - during half-time at Sunday's Premier League home fixture against Arsenal.

The cheque for £34,400 - Spurs' annual bonus from the Save & Support accounts, mortgages and instant-access cash ISAs - was presented to the Club by Keith Jones, Britannia's senior relationship manager - taking the total amount given to the Club since the scheme started in 2006 to more than £80,000.

Paul Barber, Executive Director at Tottenham Hotspur, said: "On behalf of the Club, I would like to express my thanks to all the fans that hold Tottenham Hotspur Save & Support accounts, instant-access cash ISAs and mortgages - supporting the Club through Britannia. The annual bonus from this scheme directly contributes to the future success and development of the Club."

Keith Jones added: "We are very proud of our relationship with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and we're pleased to be able to contribute to the club's continued success."

More information about Britannia's partnership with Spurs can be found by clicking here or by popping in to your local Britannia branch.

Britannia is the UK's second largest building society with almost three million members and a network of 245 branches throughout the country.