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Club calls on young fans to represent Spurs in Planet Super League

Thu 11 March 2021, 08:46|Tottenham Hotspur

We are pleased to announce the Club is joining the latest edition of Planet Super League – a football and sustainability project inspiring children and families to act on climate change.

We are joining up with Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Burnley, Burton Albion, Cardiff City, Chesterfield, Crystal Palace, Derby County, Fulham, Hull City, Leicester City, Liverpool, Luton Town, MK Dons, Northampton Town, Nottingham Forest, Notts County, Sheffield United, Shrewsbury Town, Southampton, Stoke City, Sunderland, West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers in support of the project.

Using football-themed challenges, the initiative aims to encourage more sustainable behaviours amongst young people at home and in school – all in the name of their favourite team.

Club calls on young fans to represent Spurs in Planet Super League

• Planet Super League is a competition aiming to inspire young fans to act on climate change using the unique appeal of football.
• A range of fun challenges give families the chance to win points for their favourite football team while making sustainable choices.
• Planet Super League is backed by Count Us In – a global movement mobilising one billion people to act on climate change – of which the Club is a founding partner.
• Tottenham Hotspur was recently named the Premier League’s greenest club following a study by BBC Sport and the Sport Positive Summit.

Planet Super League’s online platform provides over 60 fun activities which are easy to complete wherever you are, including veggie keepie-uppies, creating a meat free family meal and making items from recycled materials.

Participants will be representing their chosen Club in a league table and will take part in weekly matches against other professional football clubs. Each individual activity completed represents a goal in the match.

Our fixture list will be announced on Tuesday 16 March, with the season kicking off on Monday 29 March.

Prizes are up for grabs include goody bags for our weekly ‘Player of the Match’ and a family Stadium Tour voucher for our ‘Player of the Season’. So, we’re calling on young fans to join the team and help Spurs reach the top of the table!

To register, visit www.psl.football, select Tottenham Hotspur as the team you want to represent and prepare for the big kick off!

Planet Super League is backed by Count Us In – a global movement mobilising one billion people to act on climate change, advocating 16 simple steps that anyone can take – of which the Club is a founding partner.

Earlier this year, Tottenham Hotspur was named the Premier League’s greenest club, topping the 2020 Premier League Sustainability Table published by BBC Sport and the Sport Positive Summit. The Club gained the maximum 21 points available having been judged across eight different sustainability criteria.

The Club is also a proud signatory of the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework, calling on sporting organisations to acknowledge the contribution of the sports sector to climate change and a collective responsibility to strive towards climate neutrality for a safer planet.

Through the Premier League Primary Stars programme, the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation will be delivering Planet Super League within the Club’s local schools via weekly classroom sessions.