Tottenham Hotspur extends travel partnership with Thomas Cook
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is pleased to announce a new four-year travel partnership extension agreement with Thomas Cook Sport, which sees the UK's largest sports tour operator continue as the club's Official Travel Partner.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is pleased to announce a new four-year travel partnership extension agreement with Thomas Cook Sport, which sees the UK's largest sports tour operator continue as the Club's Official Travel Partner.
The new deal will be effective from the 2010/2011 season, kicking off prior to the Club's opening UEFA Champions League qualifier in August.
Thomas Cook will continue to work with the Club across a number of areas including team travel, supporter travel, Match Breaks to White Hart Lane and the Spurs Holiday Club.
Ben Wright, Head of Commercial Tottenham Hotspur said: "This deal builds on a long standing relationship between the Club and Thomas Cook. It's an exciting period for Tottenham Hotspur in Europe and we are delighted to have such an established travel partner alongside us."
Danny Talbot, Managing Director of Thomas Cook Sport said: "We're thrilled to be continuing our work with Tottenham Hotspur, a great team with great fans. We're building strong relationships with some of the UK's top football clubs and we are delighted that Spurs remains an integral part of that growing portfolio."
Earlier this month Tottenham Hotspur announced a new Barclays Premier League shirt sponsorship deal with Autonomy, the UK's largest pure software company.
Match Break packages to Spurs' home games include a minimum of one night's accommodation in a choice of hotels, coupled with a match ticket, programme and stadium tour. The Holiday Club will offer fans the opportunity to buy holidays at guaranteed discount prices from any Thomas Cook or Going Places store.
Thomas Cook Sport, launched six years ago, is the largest sports tour operator in the UK.