the spurs almanac

march 10th

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

1894 Smethwick N Wolverton & District Charity Cup Semi Final 0 - 1
1900 Thames Ironworks A Southern League 0 - 0
1902 West Ham United A Western League 1 - 1
1904 Sheffield Wednesday A FA Cup R3r 0 - 2
1906 Swindon Town A Southern League 0 - 2
1915  Liverpool H First Division 1 - 1
1917 Southampton A London Combination 4 - 2
1923 Derby County H FA Cup R4 0 - 1
1928 Derby County H First Division 1 - 2
1934 Middlesbrough A First Division 1 - 1
1937 Bradford City A Second Division 2 - 2
1945 Aldershot A League Cup South Section 3 2 - 0
1951 Stoke City A First Division 0 - 0
1956 Portsmouth  H First Division 1 - 1
1962 Aston Villa H FA Cup R6 2 - 0
1965 Chelsea A First Division 1 - 3
1971 Nottingham Forest H First Division 0 - 1
1973 Norwich City H First Division 3 - 0
1979 Manchester United H FA Cup R6 1 - 1
1984 Liverpool A First Division 1 - 3
1990 Charlton Athletic H First Division 3 - 0
1991 Notts County H FA Cup R6 2 - 1
1993 Aston Villa A Premier League 0 - 0
1999 Leeds United A Premier League 0 - 2
2002 Chelsea H FA Cup R6 0 - 4
2012 Everton A Premier League 0 - 1
2013 Liverpool A Premier League 2 - 3
2016 Borussia Dortmund (Germany) A Europa League Ro16 1L 0 - 3

 

           Notable Dates

1900

Spurs last game against Thames Ironworks, who shortly after became West Ham United.

1904 Spurs first away FA Cup tie with Sheffield Wednesday.
1906 John George plays his last game for the club.
1919 A pivotal day in the history of North London football.  Following World War 1, the re-commencement of League football had to be undertaken with voting to decide who was to play in Division 1.  It was widely expected that Tottenham would win a berth in the top flight, but strings pulled behind the scenes changed the process and Arsenal were voted in at Tottenham's expense.  It was the most crucial chapter of a bitter rivalry that had started with the South London side's move to Highbury.
1923 Spurs' first FA cup tie with Derby County.
1924 Billy Rees, inside forward 1949-1950, born.
1937 Bill Dodge, half back 1958-1962, born.  

Spurs have their lowest home crowd for a visit by Bradford City = 6,050

Ernie Phypers plays his last game in a Spurs shirt.

1945 Les Howe makes his final Spurs appearance.
1951 Alex Wright plays his last Spurs match.
1958 Garth Crooks, forward 1980-1985, born.
1962 Spurs biggest home crowd for a match against Aston Villa = 64,000
1973 Mauricio Taricco, defender 1998-2004, born.
1973 John Polston scores the only Spurs goal of his career.
2002 Spurs lose a tempestuous match to Chelsea in the FA Cup, with seven players booked and one sent off.

The first FA Cup tie Tottenham lost to a London club at White Hart Lane.

2016 Mauricio Pochettino took charge of Tottenham for the 100th time as Head Coach.

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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