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

1883 Evelyn H Friendly 6 - 1
1888 Old Etonians H London Senior Cup 2 - 8
1894 West Herts H FA Cup 1Q 3 - 2
1900 Corinthians H Friendly 2 - 2
1902 Bristol Rovers H Western League 0 - 1
1906 Brentford A Southern League 2 - 2
1917 Queens Park Rangers A London Combination 3 - 2
1923 Notts. County H First Division  1 - 3
1928 Bradford Park Avenue A Second Division 1 - 4
1930 Charlton Athletic H London FA Charity Cup R1 6  - 0
1934 Sunderland A First Division 2 - 1
1945 Birmingham City H Football League South 0 - 1
1951 Derby County A First Division 2 - 4
1956 Cardiff City H First Division 5 - 0
1962 West Bromwich Albion A First Division 2 - 1
1973 Arsenal H First Division 2 - 0
1979 Derby County H First Division 1 - 0
1990 Arsenal A Graham Rix Testimonial 5 - 2
1999 Crewe Alexandra H League Cup R3 3 - 1

 

          Notable Dates

1894 Tottenham's first match in the FA Cup.  

In what seems like a virtually new team, Archie Cubberley, Spurs inside forward, makes his debut, as do Bill Julian (half back), Stanley Briggs (half back), JW Eccles (inside forward), Peter Hunter (centre forward), Cuthbert Monk (goalkeeper), Ernie Payne (outside left), W John Shepherd (half back), John Welham (half back) and Jack Jull (full back).

Jull, Hunter and Donald Goodall all scored their first goals for the club.

1902 Equal biggest margin of home defeat to Bristol Rovers.
1917 Inside forward J. Barnard scores twice on his debut for Tottenham.
1928 Only home defeat at the hands of Bradford Park Avenue.
1930 Biggest home win over Charlton Athletic.
1956 Biggest home win against Cardiff City.
1965 Tom Roberts, centre forward 1928-1929, dies.
1973 Forward Chris McGrath makes his debut.
1999 John Piercy makes his forward debut in front of the smallest home crowd against Crewe Alexandra = 25,486
2010 Eddie Baily, forward 1945 - 1956 and assistant manager/coach 1963 - 1974, dies.

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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