(match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)
|1886||Park||H||Friendly||8 - 0|
|1897||Luton Town||A||United League||1 - 2|
|1899||New Brompton||A||Thames & Medway League||4 - 5|
|1903||Southampton||H||Southern League||2 - 1|
|1909||Fulham||H||Second Division||1 - 0|
|1914||Bolton Wanderers||H||First Division||3 - 0|
|1915||Blackburn Rovers||A||First Division||1 - 4|
|1917||Portsmouth||H (at Highbury)||London Combination||2 - 1|
|1920||Stoke||A||Second Division||3 - 1|
|1925||Birmingham||H||First Division||0 - 1|
|1926||Notts County||H||First Division||4 - 0|
|1928||Sheffield Wednesday||A||First Division||2 - 4|
|1936||Charlton Athletic||H||Second Division||1 - 1|
|1937||Coventry City||H||Second Division||3 - 1|
|1939||Plymouth Argyle||A||Second Division||1 - 0|
|1940||Fulham||H||Football League South Group C||3 - 1|
|1943||Millwall||A||League Cup||1 - 0|
|1948||Fulham||H||Second Division||0 - 2|
|1950||Hull City||A||Second Division||0 - 1|
|1954||Huddersfield Town||A||First Division||5 - 2|
|1971||Ipswich Town||H||First Division||2 - 0|
|1973||Liverpool||A||UEFA Cup Semi-Final 1L||0 - 1|
|1974||Lokomotiv Leipzig (Germany)||A||UEFA Cup Semi-Final 1L||2 - 1|
|1976||Leeds United||H||First Division||0 - 0|
|1979||Arsenal||A||First Division||0 - 1|
|1982||Ipswich Town||H||First Division||1 - 0|
|1991||Norwich City||A||First Division||1 - 2|
|2001||Bradford City||H||Premier League||2 - 1|
|2005||Newcastle United||H||Premier League||1 - 0|
|2016||Manchester United||H||Premier League||3 - 0|
|1875||George Clawley, goalkeeper 1899-1907, born.|
|1897||Willie Newbiggin scores the last goal of his Spurs career.|
|1914||John "Tiny" Joyce
scores a penalty and becomes the only goalkeeper to score a league goal
for Tottenham. It was his only goal for the club.
Jack Gibbons, centre forward 1937-1938 and 1940-1946, born.
|1917||Findlay Weir plays his last game for Tottenham.|
|1920||Sid Castle at outside right and
centre half Charlie Withers make their Spurs debuts in Tottenham's first away
league game against Stoke.
Jimmy Seed scores for Spurs for the first time.
|1923||Sid Tickridge, full back 1941-1951, born.|
|1926||Jimmy Dimmock's two goals equals
the highest number scored by a Spurs player against Notts County.
Tommy Roe gets the first goal of his Tottenham career.
|1936||Tottenham's biggest home crowd for a match against Charlton Athletic = 55,866|
|1939||Frank Grice pulls on a Spurs shirt for the last time.|
Tottenham's equal lowest home attendance for a visit of Fulham = 2,000
|1954||Two goals from George Robb, the
equal highest by a Spurs player in a match against Huddersfield Town, help
Tottenham to their highest away win against the Terriers. Also in this
match, Spurs scored twice within 54 seconds of the kick-off, which is the best
start any team has enjoyed in League history.
George Hutchinson scores his only Tottenham goal.
|1964||Randolph Galloway, centre forward 1928-1929, dies.|
|1973||Defending the trophy, Spurs were drawn against Liverpool in the semi-final, a team they had faced in all the three domestic competitions already that season. A fluky goal - a clearance that hit Alec Lindsay and rebounded into the net - gave the home side a slim lead going into the second leg.|
Spurs travelled to Leipzig and took the game to Locomotiv, securing a two goal lead through Peters and Coates, before the home side grabbed one back late on in the semi-final first leg.
|1979||Central defender Paul Miller makes his bow in the Spurs first team.|
|1991||Ian Walker makes his debut in
goal for Spurs and midfielder Peter Garland makes his first (and last) appearance
John Hendry scores on his forward debut for Tottenham.
John Moncur plays his last game for the club.
Tottenham's first win over Bradford in the Premier League marks Glenn Hoddle's return to White Hart Lane in his role as manager.
|2005||The match was Tottenham's 500th Premier League match and the 250th at home in that league.|
Information gathered from
"Spurs - A Day-To-Day Life" by Graham Betts, Spurs Handbooks,
"Spurs - A Complete Record" and "The Spurs Alphabet" both by Bob Goodwin and other sources.
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