Tottenham Hotspur are an English Premier League club, they are based in London and have a strong rivalry with Arsenal as well as Chelsea and West Ham. They currently play in the English Premier League.
Since 2010 the Tottenham soccer jersey has featured different sponsors for league and cup games, this has caused some controversy amongst fans.

Since the late 1800s the Tottenham Hotspur home soccer kit has been a white jersey with blue shorts. Over the years the kits have been manufactured by a variety of sportswear companies including Admiral, Umbro and Puma, most recently they have signed a deal with Under Armour.

Under Armour are new to the soccer kit market and will make the Spurs kit for at least 5 years.

The Tottenham Hotspur home soccer kit is available in a range of sizes to fit babies from 1 year up to adults size 3XL. The latest jersey is white with navy trim around the sleeves and the sporty V-neck collar.

The club crest and Under Armour logo are embroidered and the sponsor sits below in the centre. The fabric features the latest sports technology to control moisture and odour for increased wearability.

In 1976 Kettering Town became the first English soccer team to feature a shirt sponsor; this was banned by the FA who threatened to fine the club £1000.

After complaints by a number of teams the ban was lifted in 1977, Liverpool signed the first authorised sponsorship deal with Hitachi in 1979. Today it is such big business that the Tottenham soccer jersey has 2 sponsors.

Sponsorship deals are huge business for soccer clubs. For the 2013 - 2014 Premier League season the total of soccer jerseys sponsorship deals for all 20 clubs totals a staggering £166.75m.

Arsenals deal with Fly Emirates is the largest at £30m a year while Cardiff City has the smallest deal at £500k with the Malaysia tourism board. The Tottenham soccer jersey deal has the 5th highest revenue.

This season Tottenham Hotspur has joined with 2 sponsors. Hewlett Packard will feature on the kits during Premier League games in a deal worth £13m per year. Asian insurance company AIA will feature during FA Cup, Capital One Cup and Europa League matches following a separate deal worth an additional £6m per year for the club.

Having 2 separate deals is lucrative for the club but from supporters who purchase and wear the Tottenham Hotspur home soccer kit there has been a mixed reaction.

Some fans feel that it invalidates their jersey for certain matches, and as the cost of purchasing a soccer strip can be quite considerable many see this policy as unfair to the fans.

Many supporters have expressed distaste over the choice of the 2nd sponsor as the AIA features in red. It is argued the red colour looks ok on the home shirt but is awful on the away Tottenham soccer jersey where it contrasts against the blue.

A number if fans also dislike the red as it is the home colours of their main rivals Arsenal, this situation also occurred when the Thomson group sponsored the club from 2002.

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You can shop for your Tottenham Hotspur boys home soccer kit online at the Soccer Box store.