Supporters expressed their anger at ENIC and President Daniel Levy as they gathered “as part of a weekend of peaceful protests.”
More protests are set to take place at Spurs next week, including one ahead of Sunday’s home game against Wolves and one ahead of the season’s final home game against Aston Villa on Wednesday where around 10,000 fans will return to the stadium.
Anger towards ENIC and Levy has escalated over Tottenham’s involvement in the European Super League failure and there have been protests ahead of last month’s Premier League game against Southampton.
Besides Spurs, there have also been protests against Arsenal and Manchester United owners since the Super League fiasco last month when England’s ‘big six’ clubs signed up in a breakaway league.
Tottenham supporters started arriving outside Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday around noon, outside the club shop on the High Road.
Many came with flags and placards, while banners hung from railings bearing slogans such as “£ NIC out.” Profit before glory ”and“ Dare is too expensive – ENIC out ”.
Another banner read, “If you don’t win, you’ve had a bad season” – Bill Nicholson. 20 years. 1 League Cup. Levy Out ”.
Spurs have had a disappointing season and are set to miss Champions League qualification.
Tottenham this week responded to widespread fan unrest by announcing they would add a fan representative to the board.
But the club remain at odds with their supporters’ confidence, with each side frustrated by the lack of talks since the collapse of the Super League.
Speaking ahead of the scheduled event, interim Spurs coach Ryan Mason said it was important to reconnect the club with the fans.
Mason said, “I respect the fans, they are the heart and soul of the football club and their opinion matters, they really are. We want our fans, our team, our football club to be aligned, all shooting in the same direction.