(match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)
|1893||Smethwick||Wolverton||Wolverton & District Charity Cup||0 - 2|
|1895||Southampton St. Mary's||A||Friendly||0 - 0|
|1896||Swindon Town||A||Friendly||2 - 0|
|1899||Bedminster||A||Southern League||0 - 1|
|1901||Queens Park Rangers||H||Western League||2 - 2|
|1 - 0|
|1911||Bradford City||H||First Division||2 - 0|
|1916||Queens Park Rangers||A||London Combination Second Competition||3 - 1|
|1922||Arsenal||H||First Division||2 - 0|
|1927||West Ham United||H||First Division||1 - 3|
|1929||Hull City||A||Second Division||1 - 1|
|1933||Swansea Town||A||Second Division||2 - 0|
|1938||Sheffield United||H||Second Division||1 - 2|
|1939||Millwall||A||Second Division||0 - 2|
|1949||Brentford||H||Second Division||2 - 0|
|1950||Sheffield United||A||Second Division||1 - 2|
|1960||Chelsea||A||First Division||3 - 1|
|1963||Liverpool||H||First Division||7 - 2|
|1967||Sheffield Wednesday||H||First Division||2 - 1|
|1972||Chelsea||H||First Division||3 - 0|
|1974||Chelsea||A||First Division||0 - 0|
|1978||Brighton & Hove Albion||A||Second Division||1 - 3|
|1980||Crystal Palace||A||Martin Hinshelwood Testimonial||3 - 2|
|1981||Wolverhampton Wanderers||Highbury||FA Cup Semi-Final Replay||3 - 0|
|1987||Manchester City||A||First Division||1 - 1|
|1988||Hull City||A||Jeff Radcliffe Testimonial||1 - 1|
|1989||Wimbledon||A||First Division||2 - 1|
|1996||Arsenal||A||Premier League||0 - 0|
|2000||Aston Villa||H||Premier League||2 - 4|
|2006||Everton||A||Premier League||1 - 0|
|2007||Wigan Athletic||A||Premier League||3 - 3|
|2012||Chelsea||Wembley||FA Cup Semi-Final||1 - 5|
|2017||Bournemouth||H||Premier League||4 - 0|
Billy Leech makes the final appearance of his Tottenham career.
The great Vivian Woodward scores his first Tottenham goal.
A. K. Leigh's only game for Spurs.
Smallest away crowd for a visit to Hull City = 4,139
|1933||Equal biggest away win over Swansea.|
|1933||Arthur Rowe's last game for the club as a player.|
|1952||John Chaplin, full back 1905-1908, dies.|
|1960||Bobby Smith scores all three goals in a win over Chelsea.|
|1963||Biggest home win over Liverpool helped by Jimmy Greaves scoring four - the most goals by a Spurs player against the Reds. Also the equal highest number of goals in total in a match between the two sides.|
|1972||Ralph Coates scores for the first time in a Spurs shirt.|
|1974||This point was the club's 2,500th point gained in the Football League.|
|1978||Biggest away crowd for a match against Brighton & Hove Albion = 32,647|
|1981||After being robbed in the initial game, Spurs were virtually at home in the replay as it was staged at nearby Highbury. An early goal by Crooks did little to settle the nerves as Wolves poured forward for the equaliser, hitting the bar in the process. The crucial moment came just before half-time, when Garth Crooks ran onto a Glenn Hoddle through-ball and out-paced the Wolves defence to score after running half the length of the pitch. The match was sealed by a rasping Ricky Villa drive from 20 yards, which swerved and bamboozled keeper Bradshaw. Spurs fans evidently enjoyed the occasion as they sang "We kind of like it here" from the North Bank, the traditional end for the fans of the home team.|
|1985||David Leworthy makes his debut in attack.|
|1989|| First away win over Wimbledon in
The match was won by Chris Waddle's last goal for the club.
An astonishing match in which
Spurs went 2-0 up and were denied a penalty to extend their lead before
collapsing to some stunning goals in a 2-4 defeat !!
Ian Walker makes the 250th Premier League appearance of his Spurs career.
|2007||Tottenham's 150th Premier League draw.|
|2012||Spurs crash to their biggest FA Cup semi-final defeat in a game marred by a controversial decision to award a second goal to Chelsea, which did not cross the line.|
Harry Kane scores in the win
over Bournemouth and becomes only the fourth player in Premier League
history to score 20+ goals in three consecutive seasons.
Spurs record their twelfth consecutive Premier League home win, setting a new club record in that competition.
It was also the club's seventh Premier League win in a row, also a record for Tottenham.
Tottenham's biggest home win over Bournemouth and equals their biggest winning margin over the Cherries.
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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