Iwc Becomes The Official Timekeeper Of Spurs To Celebrate The Opening Of The New Stadium

IWC and Tottenham Hotspur jointly celebrate the opening of the club’s new stadium. In the Premier League match on April 3, Tottenham will sit in the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to face their opponents Crystal Palace. At that time, the new stadium will be fully open to spectators.

   This multi-year cooperation agreement will enable IWC to obtain extremely high exposure in Tottenham’s various channels, including the most advanced new stadium.

   IWC was founded in 1868 by Florentine Ariosto Jones, the pioneer of American watchmaking. With the assistance of outstanding watchmakers in Switzerland, he uses modern technology and hydroelectric energy along the Rhine to create high-quality pocket watches. Upholding the meticulous attention to detail, IWC manufactures mechanical watches by hand in the watchmaking workshop. The brand’s six major watch collections combine precise engineering structure and outstanding, timeless design, bringing masterpieces combining avant-garde technology and unique emotions to your wrist.

   ‘We are pleased to announce our partnership with IWC, a luxury watchmaking brand with an incredible history and heritage. IWC IWC The meticulous attention to detail and the firm commitment to innovation are also important qualities that our club cherishes. This is an exciting time for the two brands, and we look forward to working closely in the coming years. ‘(Picture / text wrist) Watch House Xu Chaoyang)