Tottenham Hotspur will be the star of Amazon Original’s new ‘All or Nothing’ docuserie. The 2019/20 season of Europe’s current runner-up will be tracked. During several episodes, Amazon “will offer viewers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access” throughout Tottenham’s 2019/20 season. As well as a unique insight into the day-to-day running of the club. Both in what happens in the training complex, as in the offices and the new stadium of the latest generation.
Beyond the pitch, the docuserie will focus on the club’s unique aspects. As its extensive work and impact to help transform the local area. Or the launch of the new world-class stadium. A sports venue prepared to host major sporting and entertainment events, such as NFL matches or Premier League Rugby ‘Big Game’ matches.
The series of the ‘All or Nothing’ series will be produced by the award-winning 72 Films in collaboration with NFL Films. Following the open path by the Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams and the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL, the New Zealand All Blacks and Manchester City.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Director of Business Development, Aidan Mullally, stresses that “this is an exciting time to be a part of our football club. And Amazon will join us on this journey during the current season. From the emotions we experience in every game to the efforts we’re making to drive real change in our home, like our key partnership with the NFL. We’re excited to share our unique story.”
Tottenham Hotspur announces the extension of its sponsorship relationship with Hugo Boss, an official formal clothing partner until tottenham hotspur football shirt 2022. Tottenham’s first team and their brand new coach, Portuguese Jose Mourinho, will wear hugo Boss-designed suits under the ‘Create Your Look’ premise, offering a high degree of customization. It will be like this for the next three seasons.
The brand has designed classic navy suits for Spurs. With a slim cut, accompanied by a navy cotton shirt and a navy silk tie. Complemented with black leather shoes and belt. In addition to a navy blue knit turned-neck sweater.
Fran Jones, Head of Sponsorships at the club, explains: “We enjoyed a great first season with Hugo Boss. And we are proud to extend our partnership with them for another three years.”
Volker Herre, Managing Director of Hugo Boss for Northern Europe, the Middle East and India, adds: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with Tottenham Hotspur. The Club shares our core brand values. And it fits perfectly with our other associations. In football, golf, motorsport and sailing.”
“Founded in 1882, Tottenham Hotspur has earned an unblemished reputation for their unique style of football: self-assured, committed and always on the lookout for attack. Boss is proud to collaborate with a team of at least talent, at least during the next three seasons from 2019/20 onwards,” the brand says.
One of Italy’s greats has new features for next season: Nike has just released the Inter Milan 2018-19 shirt. Its design is a celebration of the 20 years of relationship between swoosh and Lombards, as well as a tribute to Il Biscione (The Snake) symbol of the city of Milan. The new model is not an attempt to reinvent the wheel. Its pattern is the traditional blue and black vertical stripe design, with nods to iconic uniforms in the Inter–Nike relationship.
One of the inspirations is the 1998-1999 kit that marks the beginning of the alliance, with Ronaldo (The Phenomenon) as the main face. The other source, meanwhile, is the Inter 2010-11 t-shirt, one of the most popular of the last time. Obviously, there are new details, too. In addition to the new Vaporknit template, the lower area of the blue stripes has a graph that resembles the skin of a snake, Il Biscione of which we were talking to them.
On the other hand, the Nike logo comes in gold and the inside of the neck is read “Neroazurri”, the nickname that identifies Inter Milan. Finally, we tell you that the kit will be on sale from May 17. His debut, meanwhile, should be this weekend in the duel against Lazio, at the close of Serie A.
Nostalgia is an increasingly lucrative business and to scratch a portion of their kingdom of heaven, Inter Milan offers for these days replicas of their successful shirts season retro inter milan shirt 1990-91, in which they achieved the UEFA Cup (now Europa League) after beating AS Roma.
One year from the 1990 World Cup in Italy, Inter had German champions Lothar Matth-us, J.R. Klinsmann and Andreas Brehme, as well as local stars such as Walter Zenga, Giuseppe Bergomi and Nicola Berti. Everybody behind this kit. Traditional neroazurri stripes, polo neck and the sponsorship of Misura food products. A pleasure for the eyes. The design was created by the Uhlsport brand, whose logo, however, does not appear on this replica.
The trip to memory also includes the alternative T-shirt of that campaign: white with a horizontal stripe on the chest, composed in turn by a series of neroazurri slats diagonally. Black and blue are also distributed on the cuffs and neck for an unforgettable kit.
The price of both T-shirts, moreover, is not a stake to your current account as today’s kits do and stands at a reasonable 50 euros.
Kits are only available on the Inter website and official club stores.