Tottenham have confirmed a deal with Amazon to become the next club taking part in documentary series ‘All Or Nothing’.
Titled ‘All Or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur’, the multi-part series will be released next summer and cover the 2019-20 campaign at the club, both on and off the pitch, reports Standard Sport.
Manchester City’s 2017-18 campaign was the first documented by the series as they won the Premier League title for the first time under Pep Guardiola.
A statement reads: “[The documentary will offer] a unique insight into the day-to-day workings of the football club at our world-class training facilities at Hotspur Way and Lilywhite House offices. They will also cover the club’s broader story at our state-of-the-art new stadium.
“Away from the pitch, the docuseries will focus on the unique aspects of the club, including its extensive work and impact in helping to transform the local area and showcasing the workings of our world-class stadium, with its ground-breaking multi-use functionality allowing it to play host to all our first team fixtures as well as a raft of major sport and entertainment events throughout the course of the season including the recent successful launch of NFL matches in Tottenham and Saracens’ annual Premiership Rugby ‘Big Game’ fixture next year.
“Viewers will be able to gain insight into our First Team Men’s and Women’s teams throughout the course of the season.”
Mauricio Pochettino reportedly gave his blessing for the project to go ahead despite currently leading his team through the worst run of form of his tenure.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy brokered the deal, which will have a US audience in mind given the club also have a 10-year partnership with the NFL to host games at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The statement continues: “The latest edition of All or Nothing will be produced by the award-winning 72 Films in collaboration with NFL Films and will seek to build on the success of past programmes of the Amazon Original docuseries which have featured the Arizona Cardinals, the Los Angeles Rams and the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL, the New Zealand All Blacks and, most recently, Manchester City.”