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Lambeth Building Society unites with Hotspurs


The Lambeth Building Society has teamed up with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to launch an affinity savings account.


The account aims to attract investment from Tottenham supporters and their friends and families.


The account will be officially launched at tomorrow&#39s home derby match against North London rivals Arsenal.


The club will receive payments from Lambeth dependent upon the total balances invested and the length of time accounts are kept open.


For investments between £1,000 and £5,000 supporters can earn 4.15 per cent gross, investors with £5,000 plus will receive 4.45 per cent gross.


The instant access account allows investors to make withdrawals of up to £250 a week without notice or penalty, other withdrawals will be subject to 21 days notice.

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