Who is the owner of Tottenham Hotspur?

Read about the owners of the Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur.

Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy
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The owner of Tottenham Hotspur is the ENIC International Limited, which is an investment company owned by two individuals Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy. The duo bought the majority of the clubs share in 2000 from Alan Sugar, who previously owned the club. The ENIC International Limited had acquired 76% of all Ordinary Shares and also held 97% of all convertible redeemable preference shares, equivalent to a holding of 85% of share capital in 2010.

However, in 2012 the club confirmed that all of there shares were delisted from the stock market and they moved into private ownership solely held by ENIC International.

How much does Daniel levy owner of Tottenham Hotspur?

Owner of Tottenham Hotspur
Daniel Levy

The two partners, Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy are now the sole owners of Tottenham Hotspur. Daniel Levy has been acting as the chairman of the club since 2001, which makes him the longest serving chairman of a Premier League club. Daniel Levy and his family owns 29.6% of the shares of ENIC International while the remaining 70.4% belongs to his business partner Joe Lewis.

Daniel Levy first made an attempt to buy Tottenham Hotspur from Alan Sugar in July 1998 but failed. He made his second attempt in July 2000 but that was again rejected, however, increasing hostility by fans towards Sugar eventually persuaded Sugar to sell. Levy was then appointed to the board of Tottenham Hotspur on 20 December 2000 after ENIC initiated the purchase of a 27% stake in the club from Sugar for £22 million.

How much is Tottenham Hotspur Worth in 2021?

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Tottenmham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur are the 10th most valuable club in the world according to a new Forbes report that estimates the worth of Europe’s biggest teams has risen on average 30% over the past two years.

The London based club are estimated to be valued at around £1.67bn, which has seen a increment of 42%, or £700m, compared to two years ago. This has justified the chairman, Daniel Levy’s somewhat questionable moves over the course of his tenure. However, the club also has a 42% debt value which was mainly due to their stadium renovation, where they built a new Tottenham Hotspurs stadium after the decimation of their previous ground White Hart Lane.

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