Hosting a future Super Bowl would be a “huge coup” for Tottenham and London.
That is according to Spurs insider John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.
The Daily Mail reported on Wednesday (9 February) that the North London club are considering a bid to stage the Super Bowl.
The NFL are looking to take the biggest fixture in American football overseas from 2026.
Spurs have close links with the NFL after they agreed a £40million-a-season deal to host two games per year at their 63,000-seater stadium.
Wenham’s only concern about hosting the showpiece event is how it would be viewed by NFL fans in America.
“It would be a huge coup for not just Tottenham but the whole city of London,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“It’s a huge event that is watched by millions of people and we know how well the stadium handles the NFL.
“I don’t know what the reaction would be to holding the Super Bowl outside of America.
“It’s such a big thing. I have friends in America who make a whole day of the Super Bowl.
“So it would be amazing for Tottenham the club and the area but I do wonder about the reaction to that.”
On 11 February, football finance expert Kieran Maguire told Football Insider Tottenham can bypass the NFL’s official rules to host the Super Bowl.
Spurs’ stadium debt currently stands at £703m.
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