Tottenham Hotspur has announced a continuation of its partnership with Destination Sport Travel.

The firm has outlined that it will be supporting the club with this season’s European trips in the UEFA Champions League, having previously delivered travel and logistical support throughout pre-season.

Todd Kline, Chief Commercial Officer of Tottenham Hotspur, said: “The first-class services that Destination Sport Travel provided us during our recent pre-season travels were invaluable and we are pleased to be able to count on their support during a season of European football.”

The club has also underlined that it is committed to halving our carbon footprint by 2030 and becoming net zero carbon by 2040. 

The partners will measure, manage and report on travel emissions, with the objective to reduce emissions where possible and ‘identify sustainable travel options’ for Spurs.

Rob Slawson, Managing Director of Destination Sport Travel, added: “The 2022/23 season promises to be an exciting one for Tottenham Hotspur and we’re delighted to be supporting the club on its return to the UEFA Champions League. 

“Competing in European football brings a range of complex travel challenges which is where we step in. Our experienced team will ensure that the Club’s travel is delivered to the highest standards, ensuring the players and staff can focus their attentions on the on-pitch action. 

“This also typifies the type of holistic partnership we’re able to offer to a club via Destination Sport Group with the delivery of specialist team and business travel via Destination Sport Travel, plus official ticket and hotel breaks via our market-leading supporter travel brand”

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