the spurs almanac

march 20th

                  Results
    
           (match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)

1886 Upton Excelsior H Friendly Won
1897 Reading H Southern League 4 - 4
1899 Royal Engineers H Thames & Medway League 1 - 2
1905 Queens Park Rangers A Western League 1 - 1
1909 Birmingham H Second Division 3 - 3
1915 Oldham Athletic H First Division 1 - 0
1920 Rotherham County H Second Division 2 - 0
1926 West Ham United A First Division 1 - 3
1937 Chesterfield A Second Division 3 - 1
1943 Millwall H Football League South - League Cup 5 - 0
1948 Brentford A Second Division 0 - 2
1954 Sunderland H First Division 0 - 3
1965 Sunderland A First Division 1 - 2
1971 Burnley A First Division 0 - 0
1974 1FC Cologne (Germany) H

UEFA Cup R4 2L

3 - 0
1976 Burnley A First Division 2 - 1
1982 Southampton H First Division 3 - 2
1985 Real Madrid (Spain) A UEFA Cup R4 2L 0 - 0
1993 Chelsea A Premier League 1 - 1
1996 Bolton Wanderers A Premier League 3 - 2
2004 Manchester United A Premier League 0 - 3
2010 Stoke City A Premier League 2 - 1
2016 Bournemouth H Premier League 3 - 0

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur's history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
  23 11 6 6 39 31
Home * Played Won * Drawn Lost For Against
11 7 2 2 25 14
Away Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
12 4 4 4 14 17
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
0 0 0 0 0 0
             

* - One match won at home - score unknown

             
Biggest win on this day

5-0  Millwall (Football League South - League Cup) (Home)  1943

Biggest defeat on this day

0-3  Sunderland  (First Division) (Home)  1954
0-3  Manchester United (Premier League) (Away)  2004

Biggest score-line on this day

4-4  Reading (Southern League) (Home)  1897

Last win on this day

2016  3-0  Bournemouth (Premier League) (Home)

Last draw on this day

1993  1-1  Chelsea (Premier League) (Away)

Last defeat on this day

2004  0-3  Manchester United (Premier League) (Away)

Teams we have played on this day

Burnley 2
Sunderland 2
Birmingham City/Birmingham 1
Bolton Wanderers 1
AFC Bournemouth 1
Brentford 1
Chelsea 1
Chesterfield 1
1FC Cologne (Germany) 1
Manchester United 1
Millwall 1
Oldham Athletic 1
Queens Park Rangers 1
Reading 1
Real Madrid (Spain) 1
Rotherham United/Rotherham County 1
Royal Engineers 1
Southampton 1
Stoke City 1
Upton Excelsior 1
West Ham United/ 1

 

               Notable Dates

1897 Forward Frank Wilson scores once on his debut for the club in their first home game against Reading.

Willie Almond scores the last goal in his time at Tottenham.

1899 Their last games for the club were played by Alex Hall and Hickson.
1909 Bob Hewitson plays his last game in a Spurs shirt.
1920 Willie Sage makes his debut at half back in Tottenham's first game against Rotherham, playing as Rotherham County.  

The score equals the biggest home win over the opponents.

1926 Jock Britton makes his first appearance for the club between the sticks.

Sid White's last game of his Spurs career.

1943 Eugene "Taffy" O'Callaghan scores for the club for the last time.
1954 Goalkeeper Ron Reynolds makes his debut.
1965 Terry Dyson plays his last game for Tottenham.
1982 Graham Roberts scores a hat trick against Southampton to give Spurs a 3-2 win.
1985 A disallowed Mark Falco goal and a sending off for Steve Perryman frustrated Spurs as they were knocked out of the UEFA Cup, which they had won the previous season.
1993

Midfielder Danny Hill and defender Stuart Nethercott makes their debuts for Spurs.

1996

Steve Slade makes his last appearance for Spurs.

2004

Kasey Keller plays his 175th career Premier league match.

Biggest crowd at an away match v Manchester United = 67,634.

2010 Tottenham's first Premier League win at the Britannia Stadium and a first goal for Eidur Gudjohnsen in Spurs colours.
2016 Tottenham's first home Premier League game against Bournemouth.

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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