Tottenham Hotspur players use the Hypervolt Plus massage gun along with the Hypersphere Mini vibrating massage ball, the Vyper 2.0 vibrating fitness roller, the Venom Back heat and vibration wrap, and Normatec Pro 2.0 compression technology to improve their recovery times and help prevent injuries in a league that is known for its physical style of play and full schedules.
Official Recovery Technology Supplier of Tottenham Hotspur
All of the recovery technology used by the players is provided by California-based company Hyperice, who became the Official Recovery Technology Supplier of Tottenham Hotspur in October 2020 and also count Borussia Dortmund’s striker and Norway international Erling Haaland among their brand ambassadors.
The partnership will see the players of both the men’s and women’s teams be provided with sideline access to HyperKits, which were custom-designed for the club by Hyperice. Players and coaching staff of both teams have also received Hyperice products for use at home and on the road.
Statement by Joe Cannon, Vice President of Business Development of Hyperice
“In Tottenham Hotspur, we have found a partner that not only believes in our mission, but matches our passion in pursuing it,” said Joe Cannon, Vice President of Business Development of Hyperice.
“From their world-class medical staff, state of the art training facility, to their incredible Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Club continues to push the possibilities of innovation and player care. We are excited to support Spurs on and off the pitch with our full suite of health tech.”
Statement by Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships for Tottenham Hotspur
“Hyperice has quickly established itself as a leading brand supporting athlete recovery. They have a number of global sporting partners including the NBA and UFC, so we are delighted that they have chosen Tottenham Hotspur as its first partner in both men’s and women’s professional football,” added Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships for Tottenham Hotspur.
Statement by Geoff Scott, Head of Medicine and Sport Science for Tottenham Hotspur
As part of the deal, Hyperice will also work together with the club’s medical staff to create exclusive content for the Hyperice app and develop recovery routines for football players.
“We are constantly striving for technologies and solutions to aid the recovery of our players and maximise performance. In Hyperice, we are proud to be working with a partner that benefits player recovery in a really innovative and progressive way,” Geoff Scott, Head of Medicine and Sport Science at the club, said about the new partnership.
About Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club was founded in 1882 and is one of the top teams in the English Premier League, winning the league title twice and the FA Cup eight times so far. During the 2018-2019 season, the club reached the UEFA Champions League final for the first time in their history.
For the upcoming 2021-2022 season, Tottenham has made Nuno Espírito Santo their new manager. They play their home games at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, an iconic arena in North London finished in 2019 that has already hosted several NFL games, concerts, and other major events.
- Hugo Lloris
- Matt Doherty
- Sergio Reguilón
- Cristian Romero
- Pierre-Emile Højbjerg
- Davinson Sánchez
- Son Heung-min
- Harry Winks
- Harry Kane
- Emerson Royal
- Joe Rodon
- Eric Dier
- Ryan Sessegnon
- Dejan Kulusevski
- Pierluigi Gollini
- Steven Bergwijn
- Japhet Tanganga
- Lucas Moura
- Oliver Skipp
- Rodrigo Bentancur
- Ben Davies
- Brandon Austin
- Bryan Gil
- Giovani Lo Celso
- Tanguy Ndombele
- Cameron Carter-Vickers
- Alfie Whiteman
- Jack Clarke
- Pape Matar Sarr
Featured image courtesy of Hyperice.