Tottenham Hotspur have been officially named the greenest club in the Premier League, with the club finishing top of the 2020 Premier League Sustainability Table, as revealed by BBC Sport.

Tottenham have always been on the forefront of environmental sustainability initiatives, with the club announcing back in October that they had become a founding member of Count Us In, a global initiative aiming to mobilise one billion people to act on climate change.

Spurs have also taken several measures to ensure that the carbon footprint of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Hotspur Way is reduced.

Their actions have certainly been noticed, with the club claiming the maximum points in the Green League for 2020.

BBC Sport revealed that clubs are ranked in the Sustainability Table based on the evidence they provide of efforts in several categories including Clean Energy, Energy Efficiency, Sustainable Transport, Recycle of Single-Use Plastic, Waste Management, Water Efficiency, Plant-Based/Low Carbon and Communication & Engagement.

Spurs scored 21 points in the 2020 table, edging out Arsenal, Brighton and Manchester United, all of whom have 20.

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