the spurs almanac

september 21st

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

1889 Royal Arsenal A Friendly 1 - 10
1895 Casuals H Friendly 3 - 2
1901 Reading A Southern League 1 - 1
1903 Fulham H London League 2 - 1
1907 New Brompton H Southern League 2 - 1
1912 Derby County H First Division 1 - 2
1914 Nunhead A London FA Charity Cup R1 2 - 1
1918 West Ham United A London Combination 1 - 0
1925 Cardiff City A First Division 1 - 0
1929 Bury H Second Division 2 - 2
1935 Manchester United A Second Division 0 - 0
1936 Blackpool H Second Division 1 - 2
1940 Chelsea A Football League South 1 - 4
1946 Swansea Town A Second Division 2 - 0
1953 Hibernian A Friendly 1 - 0
1957 Sheffield Wednesday H First Division 4 - 2
1963 Chelsea A First Division 3 - 0
1968 Nottingham Forest H First Division 2 - 1
1974 Wolverhampton Wanderers A First Division 3 - 2
1985 Sheffield Wednesday H First Division 5 - 1
1991 Wimbledon A First Division 5 - 3
1992 Brentford H League Cup R2 1L 3 - 1
1994 Watford A League Cup R2 1L 6 - 3
2002 Manchester United A Premier League 0 - 1
2008 Wigan Athletic H Premier League 0 - 0
2010 Arsenal H League Cup R3 1 - 1  (1 - 4 a.e.t.)
2014 West Bromwich Albion H Premier League 0 - 1
2016 Gillingham H League Cup R3 5 - 0

 

           Notable Dates

1903 First ever win over Fulham.
1912 First ever defeat by Derby County.
1940 Played in front of the smallest away crowd at Chelsea = 1,756
1991 Gary Lineker got his highest score in a match for Spurs with four against Wimbledon.

Equal highest number of goals in a match between Spurs and Wimbledon.

1992

Jeff Minton plays his last match for Tottenham.

Kevin Watson scores for the club for the only time.

1994

Jurgen Klinsmann's first hat-trick for Spurs came in this League Cup tie.

Tottenham's highest score at Vicarage Road.

2001 Dean Richards became Tottenham's second biggest signing at the time, when they bought him from Southampton for 8.1 million.
2002 Biggest away crowd for a visit to Manchester United = 67,611
2003 Glenn Hoddle sacked as manager of Tottenham Hotspur, along with his assistant John Gorman.
2014 Tottenham's first home Premier League defeat by West Bromwich Albion.
2016 Tottenham gave debuts to Harry Winks, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, Marcus Edwards and Anton Walkes.

Vincent Janssen and Josh Onomah scored their first goals for Spurs.

Tottenham's biggest victory over Gillingham, playing under that name (formerly New Brompton).

Biggest home crowd for a game against Gillingham/New Brompton.

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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