The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has joined venue consortium Lime Venue Portfolio.
The stadium is the new home of Tottenham Hotspur football club, which opened earlier in 2019.
It is also the NFL’s London home, which Access witnessed first hand watching the Chicago Bears take on the Oakland Raiders earlier in October.
It has already gained good feedback for its meetings and events proposition, including the Tunnel Club, the East Quarter, the in-house Beavertown brewery and tap room and luxurious Members’ Club, The H Club.
The venue has also gained plaudits for its use of ground-breaking technology and became one of the first cashless stadiums in the UK.
Lime Venue Portfolio will be working alongside sport and entertainment caterer Levy UK, which will be implementing a new catering proposition for the meetings and events business.
Lime Venue Portfolio will support the stadium’s conference and events business with its sales and marketing functions.
Andy O’Sullivan, venue director, Tottenham Hotspur said: “We are delighted to be working alongside Lime Venue Portfolio as we continue to showcase Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as an exciting new venue for the conference and events market.
“We are sure LVP’s expertise in the market will complement the diverse range of high quality and unique event spaces that we have to offer at the Stadium.”
Jo Austin, sales director, Lime Venue Portfolio adds: “We’ve had a really strong run of new venue additions to the Lime Venue Portfolio, and it really underlines how much value we can give to venues in this market.
“Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is simply a brilliant venue, and it’s been created by people that understand the conferencing and events world. We’re really excited about what we can achieve through our relationship with them.”