In this development, the English top-flight club has announced Astropay as its official payment partner. As per the pact, the financial services entity’s branding will start featuring throughout the stadium from tonight when the Spurs take on Manchester United at 10 PM IST at home.
Sofía Muró, AstroPay Vice President of Global Product Sales, said, “Our vision at AstroPay is to blend the worlds of finance and sports, creating unparalleled experiences. This partnership with Tottenham Hotspur is a testament to that mission.”
Ryan Norys, Tottenham Hotspur Commercial Sales Director, said, “We are incredibly excited to partner with AstroPay in bringing our fans a new payment method that enables them to show their passion for the Club in a unique way.
“Fans using our Spurs-branded prepaid card will be able to earn points whenever and wherever they spend to unlock a wide range of money-can’t-buy experiences and prizes.”
The association between the two entities has also unveiled a new Spurs-brand prepaid card availing exclusive benefits and rewards pertaining to the club. Users can earn AstroPoints after each purchase by using the Spurs-brand prepaid and other AstroPay products. The AstroPoints enables users to have several intriguing and luxurious experiences like premium match tickets, training centre tours and virtual player meet and greet.
AstroPay was founded in 2009 and currently has more than 300 employees. The fintech company which offers services for seamless transactions is currently headquartered in London. AstroPay has rich experience in teaming up with football teams over the years – Club Universidad de Chile, Wolves, Crystal Palace FC, and Burnley FC.
Prior to this development, Tottenham Hotspur also inked notable deals with Kiton and TUMI. Following the departure of Harry Kane, the Spurs have commenced their new Premier League campaign with a stalemate against Brentford FC.