Watch The Mind Series live on Spurs TV
Thu 29 July 2021, 16:42|Tottenham Hotspur
Our upcoming pre-season friendlies against Chelsea and Arsenal in The Mind Series will be available to watch live on Spurs TV.
We begin our participation in this first-of-its-kind series against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday 4 August, KO 7.45pm, before a much-anticipated home match with Arsenal on Sunday 8 August, KO 2pm - the Men’s match will be followed by the two clubs’ Women’s teams facing off at 4.45pm.
Funds raised from The Mind Series will be split between Mind and each of the club’s charitable Foundations.
All matches in the Series will be available to stream live globally via each competing club’s in-house broadcast platform on a pay-per-view basis, priced at £7.99 per match with a £4 (incl. VAT) donation per subscription to charity.
Mind will receive 25 per cent of proceeds from each of the broadcasts, with each club’s Foundation receiving 75 per cent of proceeds from that club’s respective broadcast. Each organisation will use its donation to support mental health and wellbeing in communities both at home and overseas.
Sign-up HERE to watch our Mind Series matches live on Spurs TV to help raise funds for both Mind and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation*. Please note, subscriptions for the Arsenal match will be inclusive of both the Men’s and Women’s games.
Want to be there? Tickets to the Arsenal match - inclusive of both the Men’s and Women’s games - are now on general sale to anyone registered on our database before 22 June, 2021. £5 from each ticket sold will be donated to Mind and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation via the same percentage split as the broadcasts. Get your tickets via eTicketing.
Why are our clubs coming together to support better mental health with Mind?
Demand for Mind’s services, including its Infoline, has increased exponentially during the pandemic, with latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics showing one in five adults experiencing symptoms of depression, compared to one in 10 prior to the pandemic.
Mind’s own survey of 16,000 people during the initial lockdown also found that two in three young people (68 per cent) and three in five adults (60 per cent) said their mental health had got worse.
Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Chelsea are uniting with Mind to raise vital funds, using our joint global reach and platforms to promote mental health awareness as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Mind Series builds on work already being undertaken by the Clubs and their local Minds, including Mind in Haringey and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation. Mind in Haringey has a long-standing relationship with the Foundation, having previously delivered Mental Health First Aid training to staff, with additional projects planned for later in the year. Mind in Haringey began in 1974 and provides information, advice and support to people affected by mental health problems, primarily in Haringey. The charity runs a wide variety of services including the Ex-Services Project for veterans, a low-cost counselling service, Safe Haven: a support service for people experiencing a mental health crisis, and the Black Expression Project: a peer-support service for young black men. To find out more about the services Mind in Haringey provides, visit mindinharingey.org.uk.
*Mind (The National Association for Mental Health) is a charity with the registered charity number 219830, set up to promote better mental health and relieve the needs of those with mental health problems. Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is a charity with the registered charity number 1113725 and is committed to creating life-changing opportunities for people across North London. The Foundation delivers a range of creative, innovative and engaging programmes for people from the Club’s local communities, strategically linked with national and local government agendas across health and wellbeing, community cohesion, education and employment, and equalities and inclusion.
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