Howells, Davison and Harrop on N17 Live for Reading and Birmingham
Thu 27 August 2020, 17:00|Tottenham Hotspur
We have special guests lined-up on N17 Live for our pre-season matches against Reading on Friday and Birmingham City on Saturday.
David Howells will join us on Friday. Spurs through and through, the midfielder gave us 12 years of service, progressing through our youth ranks to make 335 appearances between 1986-1998, lifting the FA Cup in 1991. 'Howellsy' remains a popular member of our matchday hospitality team and still turns out for Spurs Legends.
On Saturday, Spurs Women's recent recruit Kerys Harrop - snapped-up from Birmingham - and team-mate Gemma Davison will give us the latest on all things WSL, with Kerys able to provide her insight having spent 20 years with the Blues, making her senior debut aged 15.
Filmed from the heart of the South Stand at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, N17 Live is presented by Ben Haines, a lifelong Spurs fan.
Both N17 Live shows begin at 2.30pm, and both of these behind-closed-doors matches kick-off at 3pm - you can watch all the action live as part of an extended N17 Live streaming service. More details below...
Pre-season on N17 Live
Supporters can watch all the action live against Reading and Birmingham City, as part of an extended N17 Live streaming service via tottenhamhotspur.com*.
Having successfully debuted with pre- and post-match broadcasts at our behind-closed-doors Premier League matches in June and July, and last weekend's pre-season opener against Ipswich, N17 Live will bring you full uninterrupted coverage from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
As usual, the pre- and post-match broadcasts will stream for free across all Club channels – Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, the Spurs Official app and tottenhamhotspur.com.
In between, viewers with a game pass can watch the matches, along with half-time coverage from inside the stadium, in their entirety via a dedicated N17 Live portal on tottenhamhotspur.com.
These matches are priced at £10 each.
*Spurs TV streaming service available in Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Japan, Malta, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom. Information on broadcasters showing the matches in other territories will be confirmed in due course.