Lindley wins £2m contract extension at Spurs
By Community | November 5, 2010
English Premier League Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has extended Lindley Group’s contract for public concourse catering at its north London ground to 2013 in a deal worth more than £2m.
Stadium specialist Lindley has been awarded the extension a year before the contract was scheduled to expire in 2011. It has managed the public catering at White Hart Lane since 2001.
Alistair Spiers, head of sales at Tottenham Hotspur FC, said: “Over the past nine years, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and Lindley Group have worked successfully together to deliver the highest standards of public catering to in excess of 35,000 fans every matchday.
“As the club enters an exciting new era of Champions League competition, this contract extension demonstrates the commitment of both parties to continually improve the matchday experience at White Hart Lane.”
Paul Biffen, sales and marketing director at Lindley, added: “We’re delighted to continue our partnership with Spurs. It’s testament to the quality of food, service and the strength of the relationship that the Lindley team has developed with the club over the last decade that they have already committed to extending our contract for a further two years beyond the expiry of the existing contract.”
The news follows a recent announcement by Kudos Hospitality, which has also had its contract with Spurs renewed. Kudos has provided hospitality at the club for nine years and in September it was awarded a new two-year deal worth £6m.