(match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)
|1897||Loughborough||A||United League||2 - 3|
|1899||Wellingborough||H||United League||5 - 2|
|1900||Woolwich Arsenal||A||Southern District Combination||1 - 2|
|1905||Portsmouth||A||Southern League||2 - 3|
|1909||Bradford Park Avenue||A||Second Division||3 - 0|
|1915||Sunderland||A||First Division||0 - 5|
|1920||Grimsby Town||A||Second Division||0 - 2|
|1926||Burnley||H||First Division||0 - 2|
|1933||Burnley||A||Second Division||1 - 1|
|1937||Fulham||H||Second Division||1 - 1|
|1940||Arsenal||A (played at WHL)||Football League South Group C||4 - 2|
|1948||Newcastle United||H||Second Division||1 - 1|
|1950||Chelmsford City||A||Friendly||4 - 1|
|1954||Wolverhampton Wanderers||A||First Division||0 - 2|
|1958||Canto do Rio (Brazil)||H||Friendly||4 - 1|
|1963||OFK Belgrade (Yugoslavia)||A||European Cup Winners' Cup Semi-Final 1L||2 - 1|
|1965||Leicester City||H||First Division||6 - 2|
|1971||Crystal Palace||H||First Division||2 - 0|
|1974||1FC Locomotiv Leipzig (Germany)||H||UEFA Cup Semi-Final 2L||2 - 0|
|1976||Newcastle United||H||First Division||0 - 3|
|1979||Queens Park Rangers||A||Ian Gillard Testimonial||3 - 1|
|1982||Notts County||H||First Division||3 - 1|
|1991||Everton||H||First Division||3 - 3|
|1997||Middlesbrough||H||Premier League||1 - 0|
|1999||West Ham United||H||Premier League||1 - 2|
|1897||James Mair makes
his Spurs debut in this match.
Forward Tommy Jull and Hobson, an outside left who scored his only Spurs goal, played their only games for Tottenham in this fixture.
|1899||This game was
the last for the club for Tom Atherton and James Hartley, who both
scored the last goals for the club in this match - Hartley's in a hat
trick against Wellingborough.
Bob Cain scored for the club for the first time.
played in Plumstead was notable for the fact that the referee abandoned
the game because of bad language between the players on each side.
The result was allowed to stand even though only 75 minutes had been
completed. This match was watched by the smallest away crowd for a
fixture between the two clubs = 500
Tom Pratt scores the last goal of his Spurs career.
|1901||Full back John
Stephenson and inside forward W. Fortnum make their first appearances
Anson plays his last game in a Spurs shirt.
scored once on his debut in the outside right position.
Vivian Woodward nets for Tottenham for the last time.
Tottenham sign defender Harry Lowe from Brighton and Hove Albion for £75.
|1915||A defeat that
condemned Spurs to relegation to the Second Division for the first time.
Jim Fleming and Ed Lightfoot play the last games of their Spurs careers.
away defeat at Grimsby.
Bert Middlemiss makes his last appearance in the Spurs shirt.
|1937||The last time that Stan Alexander (who scored his only goal for the club) and Bill Edrich appear for the club.|
|1954||Arthur Willis' last game for Spurs.|
|1963||Spurs took home a slim lead from Belgrade after Jimmy Greaves had been dismissed for retaliation. John White and Terry Dyson scored the goals that overcame a crack Yugoslav side in front of a 45,000 crowd.|
|1965||A Cliff Jones hat trick helps Spurs to a big win over Leicester City to complete an unbeaten season at home.|
|1974||Spurs, having won in Germany, had this tie was sewn up with two first half goals from Chris McGrath and Martin Chivers.|
|1976||Martin Chivers plays for Tottenham for the final time.|
|1982||Spurs' biggest home crowd for a visit from Notts County = 38,017|
|1997||Danny Hill plays his last game for Spurs.|
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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