Tottenham Hotspur signs Fast as official one-click payment partner

Fast technology will deliver a one-click payment button for anyone making a purchase through the online Spurs Shop.

The Premier League outfit, Tottenham Hotspur has penned down a new partnership with the tech firm, Fast. The US-based company has been signed as the official one-click payment partner.

Fast technology will provide a one-click payment button for anyone purchasing from the online Spurs shop. This will eliminate the need for entering payment, contact and shipping information at the checkout.

Fans making a purchase will only have to share their information once, and they will never have to sign in or remember a password again. A simple click on ‘Fast Checkout’ and their order will be placed.

The technology will be integrated as part of the relaunch of the online Spurs shop, which is scheduled for later this season. The fans will also be able to make Fast payments at the stadium or from home by scanning QR codes with their mobile device.

On the partnership, Sanjeev Katwa, Head of Technology, Tottenham Hotspur, said, “Our partnership with Fast is the latest example of how the Club is continuing to push the boundaries of technology to enhance the fan experience across all our touchpoints. With Fast, we will be taking our online shopping experience to the next level and providing fans with a seamless journey when making a purchase for themselves or Spurs-supporting loved ones.”

Domm Holland, Co-Founder and CEO, Fast, commented, “Tottenham Hotspur is renowned for providing the best fan experience and the perfect partner for Fast to debut one-click checkout technology in the Premier League.”

He added, “Fans will be able to make their purchases with Fast Checkout in just a single click, leaving more time to cheer on their favourite team.”

The Lilywhites is the first English Premier League club to collaborate with Fast, joining the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Tampa Bay Lightning in the United States.

Tottenham is currently sixth and just two points behind Arsenal in the Premier League points table. The Spurs will lock horns with Leicester City on January 20.

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