(match reports accessible by clicking on opponent's name, where available)
|1888||Clapton||A||Friendly||1 - 6|
|1898||New Brompton||H||Southern League||3 - 1|
|1900||Thames Ironworks||A||Tom Bradshaw Benefit||3 - 0|
|1904||Luton Town||H||Southern League||1 - 1|
|1907||Spurs 1901 XI v Team of the South||H||Mountford Benefit||1 - 4|
|1910||Aston Villa||H||First Division||1 - 1|
|1915||Newcastle United||H||First Division||0 - 0|
|1920||Wolverhampton Wanderers||H||Second Division||4 - 2|
|1921||Sunderland||H||First Division||0 - 0|
|1923||Preston North End||A||First Division||0 - 2|
|1926||West Bromwich Albion||H||First Division||3 - 2|
|1927||Cardiff City||A||First Division||2 - 1|
|1932||Port Vale||A||Second Division||3 - 1|
|1934||Stoke City||A||First Division||0 - 2|
|1938||West Ham United||A||Second Division||3 - 1|
|1949||Southampton||H||Second Division||0 - 1|
|1952||Huddersfield Town||H||First Division||1 - 0|
|1955||Chelsea||H||First Division||2 - 4|
|1956||Preston North End||A||First Division||3 - 3|
|1960||Luton Town||H||First Division||1 - 1|
|1966||Nottingham Forest||H||First Division||2 - 3|
|1969||Newcastle United||H||First Division||0 - 1|
|1977||Coventry City||A||First Division||1 - 1|
|1980||Ipswich Town||H||First Division||0 - 2|
|1983||Brighton & Hove Albion||A||First Division||1 - 2|
|1988||Portsmouth||H||First Division||0 - 1|
|1994||Norwich City||A||Premier League||2 - 1|
|1995||Southampton||A||Premier League||3 - 4|
|2000||Middlesbrough||H||Premier League||2 - 3|
|2005||Birmingham City||A||Premier League||1 - 1|
|2011||Wigan Athletic||A||Premier League||0 - 0|
|2016||Liverpool||A||Premier League||1 - 1|
|1874||Jimmy Melia, full back 1898-1901, born.|
|1875||David Copeland, inside forward 1899-1905, born.|
|1900||Tom Bradshaw had only been a Spurs player for 18 months after joining from Thames Ironworks before dying at the tender age of 26. His family benefited from the Spurs agreeing to play as the opposition.|
|1904||Allan Leach-Lewis makes his debut in the centre half position.|
|1915||The game that started all the rancour between Spurs and Arsenal.|
|1920||Bert Bliss hits Spurs' first hat trick against Wolverhampton Wanderers.|
|1923||Jimmy Banks makes his last appearance in a Spurs shirt.|
|1932||Smallest crowd for a Spurs away game at Port Vale = 7,682|
|1947||The British Army played against the Belgian Army at White Hart Lane in the Triangular Tournament.|
|1952||Eddie Baily was the architect of the only goal of the game in an important match for the Terriers, who were battling against relegation. Baily took a corner kick, which inadvertently struck the referee in the back. The ball bounced back to Baily and from his cross, Len Duquemin scored. The Huddersfield Town players were furious, but the referee let the goal stand after consulting with a linesman. After the match, the Huddersfield chairman said he would appeal to the FA to have the game replayed, but this was to no avail and the result stood and the Yorkshire side were condemned to the Second Division at the end of the season.|
|1956||Half back John Ryden makes his
debut for Spurs and scores once on his debut.
Charlie Withers plays the last game of his Spurs career.
|1966||Teddy Sheringham, forward
John Collins plays his last match for Tottenham.
|1980||Equal biggest margin of home
defeat against Ipswich Town.
Terry Naylor makes his last Spurs appearance.
Ronnie Dix, inside forward 1939-1948, dies.
Stephen Kelly scores his first goal for Spurs.
|2016||Harry Kane scores his 22nd goal of the season making him the highest scorer in a Premier League season for Spurs.|
Information gathered from
"Spurs - A Day-To-Day Life" by Graham Betts, Spurs
"Spurs - A Complete Record" and "The Spurs Alphabet" both by Bob Goodwin and other sources.
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