December 7, 2023

In addition to hoping to see their team end a protracted trophy drought, Tottenham supporters may also profit financially from a strong cup run. The team will be hoping to go far in the FA Cup this season.


The last time Spurs lifted a trophy was fifteen long years ago, so the fans will be itching for this season’s trip to Wembley and the opportunity to witness their team win some much-needed hardware.


Fans will be hoping that history doesn’t repeat itself in the FA Cup as Ange Postecoglou’s team was eliminated in the second round of the competition after losing a penalty shoot-out against Fulham at Craven Cottage following a 1-1 draw repeat itself in the FA Cup, which top flight teams will begin playing in next month.


The competition’s third-round draw was made, and Tottenham will host Premier League struggling team Burnley at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium thanks to a favorable draw.


With fewer games this season due to no European exploits, this gives the north London team a great chance to advance to the fourth round. If the club takes this competition seriously, they could definitely do well.


Supporters would not only welcome a successful cup run with open arms, but new information indicates the board may also stand to gain financially from some sizable infusions.


The prize money for this season has already been confirmed by the FA; the winners will receive a total of £3.9 million, with £3 million going to the winner of the final two rounds.


In addition to the potential prize money, Tottenham may gain financial advantages from their participation in the competition in other ways.



Spurs’ official website (7 December) confirmed that the third-round matchup with Burnley will take place on Friday, January 5, at 8 p.m.


The third-round matchup between Spurs and Burnley has been rescheduled for Friday, January 5, at 8 p.m., with live television coverage on ITV1, as confirmed by the team’s official website on December 7.


The Blackpool Gazette (16 October) reports that any games chosen for television starting in the third round bring in at least £100,000 in revenue.


This implies that Spurs will have more opportunities for televised games the further they advance in the competition, particularly if they are paired with Premier League rivals. Furthermore, home draws might be profitable for Levy and the team due to gate receipts and food and drink sales in the stadium, which could total in the millions.


A deep run should therefore certainly be a priority for Spurs due to its appeal to both supporters and the board.

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