Spurs v Chelsea Match Reports
[This page is under-going on-going construction.  Please bear with MEHSTG as we try to complete this mammoth task for all the opponents Tottenham have faced]



19.09.2021 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-3    Click here for Match Report.


04.02.2021 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-1    Click here for Match Report.


29.11.2020 Premier League    Away     Drew    0-0    Click here for Match Report.


29.09.2020 League Cup Fourth Round    Home    Drew    1-1   (Won 5-4 on penalties)     Click here for Match Report.


22.02.2020 Premier League    Away    Lost    1-2  Click here for Match Report.


22.12.2019 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-2     Click here for Match Report.


27.02.2019 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-2     Click here for Match Report.


24.01.2019 League Cup Semi-final Second Leg   Away    Lost    0-1  (Lost 2-4 on penalties)     Click here for Match Report.


08.01.2019 League Cup Semi-final First Leg   Home    Won    1-0      Click here for Match Report.


24.11.2018 Premier League   Home    Won    3-1       Click here for Match Report.


01.04.2018 Premier League   Away    Won    3-1       -.


20.08.2017 Premier League   Home    Lost    1-2       Click here for Match Report.


22.04.2017 FA Cup Semi-final   (Wembley)    Lost   2-4     Click here for Match Report.


04.01.2017 Premier League   Home    Won    2-0       Click here for Match Report.


26.11.2016 Premier League   Away    Lost    1-2       Click here for Match Report.


02.05.2016 Premier League   Away    Drew    2-2       Click here for Match Report.


29.11.2015 Premier League   Home    Drew    0-0       Click here for Match Report.


01.03.2015 League Cup Final    Wembley    Lost    0-2       Click here for Match Report.


01.01.2015 Premier League   Home    Won    5-3       Click here for Match Report.


03.12.2014 Premier League   Away    Lost    0-3       Click here for Match Report.


08.03.2014 Premier League   Away    Lost    0-4       Click here for Match Report.


28.09.2013 Premier League   Home    Drew    1-1       Click here for Match Report.


08.05.2013 Premier League   Away    Drew    2-2       Click here for Match Report.


20.10.2012 Premier League    Home    Lost    2-4     Click here for Match Report.


15.04.2012 FA Cup Semi-final    Wembley    Lost    1-5     Click here for Match Report.


24.03.2012 Premier League    Away    Drew    0-0     Click here for Match Report.


22.12.2011 Premier League    Home    Drew    1-1     Click here for Match Report.


30.04.2011 Premier League    Away    Lost    1-2     Click here for Match Report.


12.12.2010 Premier League    Home    Drew    1-1    Click here for Match Report.


17.04.2010 Premier League    Home    Won    2-1    Click here for Match Report.


20.09.2009 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-3     Click here for Match Report.


21.03.2009 Premier League    Home    Won    1-0     Click here for Match Report.


31.08.2008 Premier League    Away    Drew    1-1    Click here for Match Report.


19.03.2008 Premier League    Home    Drew    4-4     Click here for Match Report.


24.02.2008 Premier League    Away    Won    2-1     Click here for Match Report.


12.01.2008 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-2     Click here for Match Report.


07.04.2007 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-1    Click here for Match Report.


19.03.2007 FA Cup Sixth Round replay    Home    Lost    1-2    Click here for Match Report.


11.03.2007 FA Cup Sixth Round   Away    Drew    3-3     Click here for Match Report.


05.11.2006 Premier League    Home    Won    2-1     Click here for Match Report.


11.03.2006 Premier League    Away    Lost    1-2    Click here for Match Report.


27.08.2005 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-2     Click here for Match Report.


15.01.2005 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-2     Click here for Match Report.


19.09.2004 Premier League    Home    Drew    0-0     Click here for Match Report.


03.04.2004 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-1     Click here for Match Report.


13.09.2003 Premier League    Away    Lost    2-4     Click here for Match Report.


01.02.2003 Premier League    Away    Drew    1-1     Click here for Match Report.


03.11.2002 Premier League    Home    Drew    0-0     Click here for Match Report.


13.03.2002 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-4     Click here for Match Report.


10.03.2002 FA Cup Fifth Round    Home    Lost    0-4     Click here for Match Report.


23.01.2002 League Cup Semi-final Second Leg   Home    Won    5-1     Click here for Match Report.


09.01.2002 League Cup Semi-final First Leg    Away   Lost    1-2     Click here for Match Report.


16.09.2001 Premier League    Home    Lost    2-3     Click here for Match Report.


17.04.2001 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-3    Click here for Match Report.


28.10.2000 Premier League    Away    Lost    2-3    Click here for Match Report.


05.02.2000 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-1     

Another uninspiring home defeat as Spurs went down to a second successive 0-1 defeat.  In a match where Chelsea looked in comfortable control, Tottenham never looked likely to score – even if they had played all night.  

An early save by Walker denied Weah and shortly after an almost action replay stopped Sutton putting the visitors ahead.  For Spurs there was little headway against the Chelsea back four, but Anderton hit the side netting and Armstrong had a flicked header go just over the bar.  Ginola was being denied space when he received the ball and suddenly four players would appear around him.  For the majority of the time, the game was played out in the middle of the pitch, with both sides grafting and wasting possession.  While Tottenham had two appeals for penalties when Lambourde grabbed Ginola and Desailly kicked Iversen in the head, Mr. Poll resolutely declined both shouts.

The second half was little better, in truth.  The one goal came from a dubious free-kick awarded to Chelsea outside Tottenham’s box.  While the defence was still sorting themselves, Wise chipped through to Lamborde, who lobbed the ball over the advancing Walker.  Sol had momentarily lost his man enough to let him in.  There were few other chances for the Blues – Taricco denying Sutton and Weah stopped in full flight by Perry (and dived, but was denied again – this time by the ref).  The referee had an awful game – not helped by the new leniency that officials have been told to exhibit.  Poyet was booked for an awful tackle, Desailly got away with his hand making contact with Armstrong’s face off the ball and Wise (in his usual manner) niggled and fouled under the forgiving gaze of the man in black.  The last twenty minutes saw Tottenham try to salvage something from the game, but there was no joy.  Taricco had a volley smash into a defender when it looked on its way in and Iversen had a header glance off the bar and a low shot at the near post from an Armstrong cross saved by De Goey’s outstretched leg.  Armo capitalised on the Chelsea keeper’s mis-kick, but his overhead went straight up in the air. The same player also had a header go over the bar from a Carr cross near the end, while Anderton had two opportunities when played in inside the box, but his feeble efforts of flicking out a foot were typical of his insipid performance.

For teams two places apart in the table, the gap in class was much wider.  The subdued atmosphere at the game was perhaps because the result was inevitable.  Will we ever beat Chelsea ??  It’s been ten years now and if this type of performance continues, it could well be another ten before we do.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : – STEPHEN CLEMENCE

Pete Stachio

Spurs –  Walker, Carr, Perry, Campbell, Edinburgh, Anderton (Nielsen 85), Sherwood, Clemence, Ginola, Armstrong, Iversen (Korsten 80)
Subs not used : –  , ,
Chelsea –   de Goey, Lambourde, Desailly, Thome, Harley, Petrescu (Morris 84), Wise, Deschamps, Poyet, Sutton (Flo 76), Weah
Subs not used : –  , , , ,
Attendance : –   36,041
Ref : –  – (-)



12.01.2000 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-1     

Why do Chelsea always beat Tottenham? Why is Dennis Wise involved in every nasty incident between the two teams? Why can’t we sign a player like George Weah on loan till the end of the season? Why can’t Spurs hold out for ninety minutes?

It was 1990 when Spurs last won at Stamford Bridge and no one needs reminding that results have not been good against Chelsea since then. There was some optimism in the camp with Anderton returning and Chelsea in a run of dropping points.

Spurs stated well and the first real chance fell to Armstrong bursting on to a through ball but guiding his effort over the bar. Chelsea struggled to get any rhythm going in the half as Spurs dominated. A strong penalty appeal for a trip on Ginola by Lambourde was of course turned down by the referee. This caused George Graham, in the dug out for the first half to express his displeasure. After 40 minutes Darren Anderton hit a wicked drive which DeGoey did well to parry low to his right. Iversen followed up quickly but was again denied by the big Dutch goalkeeper. Before half time it was DeGoey again who thwarted Iversen when he was sent through.

The second half was barely ten minutes old when the Chelsea fans erupted. A double substitution in the 56th minute saw Sutton replace  an ineffective Poyet and George Weah replace Flo. The Chelsea crowd were lifted, their players were clearly lifted and for a while the Spurs defence looked very worried about the physical threat.

Contrast the situation. Chelsea bring on a player previously voted the best in the world and a striker purchased for £10M. We had Fox & Dominguez warming up! 

Anderton was then unlucky when his deflected shot was saved superbly by DeGoey. Gradually Chelsea began to impose themselves and threaten. Walker performed a juggling act with one cross which bounced off the bar. Spurs fans began to look anxiously at the clock with a 0-0 looking on. But again it was not to be. With 3 minutes remaining Wise found enough space to cross. Weah powered between two Spurs defenders to get enough on the ball for it to glide past Walker. Tottenham did not give up and in the dying seconds a Campbell header from a corner was again saved by DeGoey with his feet. Spurs and Chelsea players charged into the goal jostling each other. At the heart of it all was of course Dennis Wise and Iversen was cautioned for some reason unclear.

This was a good away performance but Spurs ran out of steam. Had they taken earlier chances then of course the story would be different. Ginola was always a threat but went down too easily. At the back Spurs were in the main excellent. Armstrong worked hard as did Clemence. Sherwood was particularly influential battling with Wise in midfield.

Lets have another go at them in three weeks time at The Lane.

MEHSTG TOP MAN  – TIM SHERWOOD

Eric the Viking

Goalscorer: Weah 87
Attendance :  34,969
Weather :   Cold

Teams :
Chelsea -DeGoey, Lambourde, Thome, Terry, Leboeuf, Harley, Wise, DiMatteo, Petrescu, Poyet (Sutton 56), Flo (Weah 56).
Subs not used – Ambrosetti, Morris, Cudicini
Tottenham Hotspur : – Walker, Carr, Perry, Campbell, Edinburgh, Anderton, Sherwood, Clemence, Ginola, Iversen, Armstrong.
Subs not used : – Baardsen, Fox, Young, Dominguez, Nielsen.



10.05.1999 Premier League    Home    Drew    2-2     

A bogey side which we have failed to win against at home in the 90’s. Just the way to finish our home fixtures. Looking at these games at the start of the season, I really hoped we would be safe from relegation before we started the run-in to the end of the season. Luckily we were and this game was perhaps the most surprising, but then Chelsea did play an XI which would not be their usual starting line-up. However, Tottenham began brightly, but after only three minutes found themselves behind. A foul for an innocuous challenge out on the left wing was given as a free-kick by Mr. Elleray (who after sending Denis Irwin off for kicking the ball away was extremely reluctant to yellow card anyone and blatantly ignored the offence of kicking the ball away all evening) and Zola swung the ball in to find Poyet lose Iversen and Walker not quite getting there. The ball ended up in the back of the net. A repeat of last Wednesday threatened, but Spurs started to put some good football together, causing Chelsea quite a few problems. 

Ginola was running free on the left and Ferrer had a tough time keeping him in check, but the balls into the box were rarely to a Tottenham player. Iversen had a wild shot, Armstrong failed to control the ball as it came to him and Freund hit a ball in from an acute angle, which forced Hitchcock into a save. Then out of the blue, Spurs scored – from a corner !! Anderton and Ginola worked it short and David’s low cross, was poked home by a twisting Iversen. Walker produced a good save from Flo, managing to get the ball over the bar from a low shot by the Norwegian. He also had a clear chance to score when he got in front of Taricco, but his header went straight at Walker.

The second half saw Poyet open up by getting a weak header straight at Walker and Elleray started to book players (mostly Chelsea players it must be said). Every Spurs player (especially Freund) were very nice to Denis Wise. Couldn’t understand that. Anyway, things were going OK for Tottenham. Armstrong outpaced Le Saux and put a low ball in, but it unfortunately fell just behind Iversen, then the Norwegian rounded Desailly, but dragged his left-foot shot wide of the post. 

It seemed as though Tottenham would not get a second, but a mistake by the obnoxious Lebeouf (who spent most of the night pretending to be injured in an attempt to get Spurs players booked and also moaning to the ref) let in Ginola who hit a low shot so hard it ripped past Hitchcock, who didn’t even move and hit the back of the net a full couple of seconds before the crowd realised it had gone in. The fact that he was substituted after Goldbaek had hit a 30 yard screamer past Walker was surprising in that, despite only five minutes remaining, he appeared our best chance to win the game. The replacement of him rather than Armstrong in the last few games has been somewhat perplexing for the fans and Ginola looked decidedly unhappy when his number went up.

A draw was a reasonably fair result and a surprising point against a team we don’t normally get that good a return from. The match finished and some minutes afterwards, the Spurs squad came out to do a lap of honour – not for drawing with Chelsea, but for the season almost behind us – and they were accompanied by the Worthington Cup. Sol seemed reluctant to give it up; GG walked along applauding the fans and having a joke with Ledley King, Taricco and Carr; Shirts were thrown to the crowd; David looked sullen and afterwards on Sky was interviewed saying it was not certain he would be at Tottenham next season; even Ramon appeared – suited and booted – to join in the end of term fun. A decent way to end the season, which recently has turned as sour as it started.

MEHSTG TOP MAN : – DAVID GINOLA

Pete Stachio

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



19.12.1998 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-2

The customary smell of fried onions and horse s**t accompanied us from Fulham Broadway station to the Stadium. A ground which still remains completely uncovered down one side. Welcome to Stamford Bridge, the home of The International Amateur Dramatic Society and School of Whiners.

Let there be no doubt that the dismissal of Chris Armstrong was the turning point in this match.  It happened after 63 minutes and until that time Spurs had looked reasonably comfortable with Armstrong providing a very valuable outlet. The foul which earned a second yellow card was pretty innocuous. Ferrer the Spanish fullback was caught close to the half-way line and provided a fine example of forward rolls before clutching his knee. They say if you are really hurt you can’t roll around. It’s true. Ferrer made a remarkable recovery after Armstrong’s dismissal. Of equal concern was the way in which Leboeuf ran 60 yards to intimidate the referee and generally stir up the melee which followed. Leboeuf clearly has no regard or respect for his fellow professionals and epitomises all that we despise about overseas players in the English game. Why when he has such skill does he have to behave in such a way?

Armstrong’s first yellow card was for throwing the ball down after a foul was harshly awarded against him. He was unlucky to be sent off in the circumstances. The game itself was far from being a classic. Littered with grumbles about decisions with the main culprit after Leboeuf being Vialli.  Thank god Wise was not playing! It is difficult for referees when players behave so unprofessionally.

Ferdinand had the ball in the net in the first half after a robust challenge on Leboeuf but the referee had already blown. Les also had an excellent header cleared. Ginola had a disappointing day. Luke Young again showed promise. Fox worked hard but was again too easily brushed off the ball. Anderton and Nielson did O.K. in the centre of midfield but never really got control. Campbell was excellent as usual rising above all the nonsense. His stare at the Assistant Referee after disagreeing with an offside decision said it all. Walker could have got more on Poyet’s shot and deflected it around the post instead of on to it and into the net.  But it wasn’t to be and Chelsea went top. George knows I am sure that this team needs more iron. Let us hope it arrives shortly to convert some fine performances into three points and to enable us to win a London derby, a feat which has escaped us so far this season.

Eric the Viking

MEHSTG TOP MAN : – SOL CAMPBELL

Scorers : –  Poyet 80, Flo 90
Teams :
Chelsea : –  Ed de Goey, Albert Ferrer, Michael Duberry  , Frank Leboeuf, Bernard Lambourde (Bjarne Goldbaek 90), Dan Petrescu, Celestine Babayaro  , Jody Morris, Gus Poyet, Ginaluca Vialli  , Gianfranco Zola (Tore Andre Flo 71)
Unused subs : – Kevin Hitchcock, John Terry, Mark Nicholls.
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Sol Campbell, Stephen Carr  , Luke Young, Darren Anderton, Ruel Fox (Rory Allen 74), David Ginola (Stephen Clemence 65), Allan Nielsen, Andy Sinton (Justin Edinburgh 74), Chris Armstrong      61, Les Ferdinand 
Unused subs : –  Espen Baardsen, Colin Calderwood
Attendance : –  34,881
Referee : –  Graham Poll (Herts)



11.04.1998 Premier League    Away    Lost    0-2     

During the week leading up to this game, referee Paul Durkin said on Ceefax that he felt that he would be the next official who was attacked on the pitch. So, was he specifically thinking about this match and why did he go such a long way towards bringing his premonition to life. How could he say that the tackle that Michael Duberry perpetrated on Jurgen Klinsmann that nearly cut him in half was not a penalty?? Then he turned down Chelsea appeals for handball, when Walker rushed to dive at Vialli’s feet close to the edge of the penalty area. It smacked of a man with a death wish, except the few Spurs fans allowed to grace the Stamford Bridge away section were not enough to create a riot and the home fans knew that despite not getting a spot-kick, it was only a question of time before they would score. And score they did, with two slick finishes in the final 15 minutes – another example of our inability to defend until the end of a match.

The late header by Vega that bounced back off the bar would only have helped our goal difference and was symptomatic of the lack of goal-scoring opportunities that we managed to create against a half-interested Chelsea side. Apart from a couple of runs that Saib had, but could not produce a decent finish to and a couple of balls that flashed across the goalmouth, there was precious little to get excited about. Ginola flittered around the edge of the action and Ferdinand, when he came on just failed to wrap his neck around a far post cross.

The most worrying aspect was the runaround that Flo gave Sol. He’ll be up against another Norwegian beanpole next week in Fjortoft and he usually scores against us. We will need our defence to be on their toes to keep him quiet. The team need to show that they have the bottle for the last five games and the way things are going, only victory in all five will ensure a place in the Premier League. With the three teams around us all winning, it appears that our destiny is in our own hands. This is something we have known for a while now, but is that destiny in safe hands ?? We can’t rely on any of the teams around us at the bottom of the table doing us any favours. The tension seems to be getting to the players as well, with them getting involved in arguments with Vialli and the short-arse Wise. It’s important that they concentrate on their own game and ignore the antics of the opposition. It would only lead to the ref taking a dim view and the last thing we need is to end up playing with 10 men.

The next month will determine our fate, but it is up to the players to pull the club out of the worsening situation we find ourselves in.

Scorers : –  Flo 75, Vialli 88
Teams :
Chelsea : – Ed de Goey, Steve Clarke, Graeme Le Saux, Frank Leboeuf, Dan Petrescu, Michael Duberry, Jon Harley (Gus Poyet 59), Jody Morris (Andy Myers 84), Dennis Wise, Ginaluca Vialli, Tore Andre Flo
Unused subs : – -.
Spurs : – Ian Walker, Sol Campbell, Stephen Carr, Ramon Vega Nicola Berti   (Darren Anderton 82), Ruel Fox, David Ginola, Allan Nielsen, Moussa Saib,  Jurgen Klinsmann (Colin Calderwood 67), Les Ferdinand (Chris Armstrong 57)
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



06.12.1997 Premier League    Home    Lost    1-6     

A complete turnaround in a match that saw Tottenham smashed by Chelsea.  It was 1-1 at half-time, thanks mainly to De Goey’s resilience in keeping David Ginola’s shots out and Wise clearing Ferdinand’s header off the line, while Walker was denying Lebeouf and Petrescu.   Until then it had seemed like a normal enough match, but then Tore Andre Flo got a hat-trick, Zola ran riot and Spurs collapsed under the barrage of efforts on their goal.  Nicholls, Di Matteo and Petrescu scored the others.  Ramon Vega’s header from Sinton’s free-kick drew Spurs level four minutes after the first Flo goal, but in the end we were pleased to get away with six in what must rate as one of the most abject capitulations in Tottenham’s history of home games.

Spurs –  Walker; Carr, Vega, Scales (Allen 71), Wilson; Calderwood, Nielsen (Anderton 60), Fox, Sinton (Edinburgh 56); Ginola, Ferdinand
Subs not used : –  Baardsen, Mabbutt
Chelsea –  De Goey; Babayaro, Lebouef, Duberry, Le Saux; Petrescu, Sinclair, Zola, Di Matteo, Flo, Wise
Subs not used : –  Hitchcock, Nicholls, Myers, Hughes, Vialli
Attendance : – 28,476
Ref : – Dermot Gallagher (Banbury)



01.02.1997 Premier League    Home    Lost    1-2     

Sol Campbell’s deflection on Gianfranco Zola’s 50th second chipped free-kick beat Ian Walker and left Spurs always chasing the game as the two teams met in the Premier League.A long range shot by Roberto Di Matteo added to the lead in the 52nd minute and both keepers were in action with Walker denying Hughes with a great save, while Kevin Hitchcock prevented Andy Sinton getting Tottenham back into the match.  Iversen twice went close, but it was left to David Howells who nodded home Anderton’s 82nd minute cross to narrow the deficit.  The Spurs midfielder almost salvaged a draw, but his effort rolled along the goal-line until hacked out by a Chelsea boot. 

Spurs –  Walker; Austin, Campbell, Nethercott (Wilson 81), Edinburgh (Fox 72), ; Carr (Anderton 56), Anderton, Howells, Sinton; Iversen, R. Allen
Subs not used : –  Baardsen, Rosenthal,
Chelsea –  Hitchcock; Sinclair, Clarke, Lebeouf, Minto ; Petrescu, Zola, Di Matteo, Newton; M. Hughes, Wise
Subs not used : –  Grodas, P. Hughes, Vialli, Myers
Attendance : –  33,027



26.10.1996 Premier League    Away    Lost    1-3     

The match took place in a sad atmosphere, coming just four days after the death of Chelsea chairman Matthew Harding.

Both Gianluca Vialli and Mark Hughes were wide of the mark with their early efforts, but then in the 27th minute, Ruud Gullitt converted a Hughes header that rebounded off the post.  Spurs hit back just five minutes before the interval, when Chris Armstrong got his head to an Allan Nielsen long-throw to bring the scores level.  

In the 52nd minute, a penalty was awarded to Chelsea when Campbell was adjudged to have brought down Dan Petrescu and David Lee scored from the spot.  The Pensioners added to their lead with Di Matteo getting on the end of Vialli’s cross for the third Chelsea goal. 

Chelsea –  Kevin Hitchcock;  Steve Clarke (Erland Johnsen 59), Michael Duberry, David Lee (Terry Phelan 79), Dan Petrescu; Roberto Di Matteo, Scott Minto , Ruud Gullitt (Craig Burley 73), Gianluca Vialli, Mark Hughes, Dennis Wise
Spurs –  Walker; Carr, Campbell, Calderwood, C. Wilson, Edinburgh;  Fox (Dozzell 73),  Allan Nielsen (R. Allen 70), Howells ; C. Armstrong, Sheringham
Subs not used : –
Attendance : –   28,313
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27.04.1996 Premier League    Home    Drew    1-1     

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Spurs –  Walker; C. Wilson, Mabbutt, Campbell, Edinburgh; Fox, Anderton, Dozzell, Sinton (Rosenthal 46); C. Armstrong, Sheringham
Subs not used : Day, Calderwood
Chelsea – Dmirtri Kharine; Andy Myers, Erland Johnsen, David Lee, Scott Minto; Craig Burley (Dan Petrescu  76), Ruud Gullitt, Nigel Spackman, Dennis Wise;  Mark Hughes, John Spencer (Gavin Peacock  67)
Subs not used : Paul Furlong
Crowd : –  32,918
Ref. :  Alan Wilkie.



25.11.1995 Premier League    Away    Drew    0-0     

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Chelsea –   Dimitri Kharine, Gareth Hall, Erland Johnsen, David Lee, Dan Petrescu, Michael Duberry, Eddie Newton, Nigel Spackman (Craig Burley 73), Dennis Wise, Paul Furlong, Mark Hughes 
Spurs –   Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell, Gary Mabbutt (c), Jason Dozzell  , Ruel Fox, David Howells, Chris Armstrong  , Ronny Rosenthal  (Gerry McMahon 88), Teddy Sheringham
Attendance : –   31,059
Referee : – Steve Lodge (Barnsley).



11.02.1995 Premier League    Away    Drew    1-1  

Chelsea –   Dimitri Kharine, Steve Clarke, David Lee, Frank Sinclair, Scott Minto, Eddie Newton, Gavin Peacock (Paul Furlong 46), David Rocastle (Glenn Hoddle 67), Dennis Wise  44, John Spencer, Mark Stein
Unused sub. : – Kevin Hitchcock
Spurs –   Ian Walker, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell, Gheorghe Popescu, Gary Mabbutt (c), Justin Edinburgh    71, Darren Anderton, David Howells, Nick Barmby, Jurgen Klinsmann, Teddy Sheringham
Unused sub. : – Erik Thorstvedt, Dean Austin, Stuart Nethercott
Attendance : –   30,812
Referee : – Paul Durkin (Dorset).



23.11.1994 Premier League    Home    Drew    0-0   

A Premiership meeting with former player Glenn Hoddle, who was now Chelsea player-manager added some spice to an otherwise defensive match.  Sheringham went close with an effort that hit the upright, while Kharine kept him at bay with a few saves from his shots.  Walker at the other end had to dive smartly to keep out a close range header from Eddie Newton, but neither side was able to breach a defence to break the deadlock.

Spurs –  Ian Walker; Dean Austin, Colin Calderwood, Gary Mabbutt, Sol Campbell; Gheorghe Popescu, Darren Anderton, Nicky Barmby (Ilie Dumitrescu 74), Howells; Klinsmann, Sheringham
Unused sub. : – Chris Day, Stuart Nethercott
Chelsea –  Dimitri Kharine, Frank Sinclair, Jakob Kjeldberg, Anthony Barness, Scott Minto, Eddie Newton, David Rocastle (Craig Burley  74), Nigel Spackman, Dennis Wise, Neil Shipperley (David Lee 80), John Spencer
Unused sub. : – Kevin Hitchcock
Attendance : – 27,037
Referee : – Gary Willard (-).



27.02.1994 Premier League    Away    Lost    3-4     

A debatable injury time penalty gave Chelsea a 4-3 win that should have been out of their reach.

Spurs went ahead with two goals in a minute from Steve Sedgley (exhibiting a shirt over the head celebration for the first time) in the 17th minute and Jason Dozzell quickly added another.  The home team hit back with three goals from Mal Donaghy (29), Mark Stein (32) and John Spencer (44).  Kharine in the Chelsea goal performed well to make great saves from Anderton, Scott, Gray and Campbell.  

Eventually, Andy Gray pulled the score back to 3-3 from the penalty spot on 71 minutes, but then he had another spot-kick (given when Kharine brought down Rosenthal) saved ten minutes later, only for Stein to secure a home win with his own penalty with seconds left.  Spurs disputed the award, as Dean Austin had not seemed to make contact with Gavin Peacock.

Chelsea : –  Dimitri Kharine, Steve Clarke, Mal Donaghy, Erland Johnsen, Jakob Kjeldberg, Craig Burley (David Hopkin 88), Gavin Peacock, Dennis Wise, John Spencer  38, Mark Stein
Unused sub. : – Kevin Hitchcock, Glenn Hoddle
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Stuart Nethercott, Kevin Scott, Justin Edinburgh (Sol Campbell 27), Gary Mabbutt (c), Steve Sedgley, Darren Anderton, Jason Dozzell (Andy Gray 68), Vinny Samways, Ronny Rosenthal
Unused sub. : – Chris Day
Attendance : – 16,807
Referee : – T. Lloyd (-).



01.09.1993 Premier League    Home    Drew    1-1     

Teddy Sheringham’s 85th minute penalty got Spurs a point at White Hart Lane as Chelsea took the lead through a 23rd minute Tony Cascarino goal.  Dennis Wise had already gone close with a shot for Glenn Hoddle’s team before another effort was guided into the net by Cascarino to give Chelsea a goal advantage.  The Irish international had a couple of further chances before half time, but failed to convert the openings.  

In the second period, Spurs came out with more purpose and former Chelsea man Gordon Durie headed a cross narrowly wide.  Dozzell tested Kharine in the Blues goal with a header and Anderton also brought the Russian keeper into action, while Jacob Kjeldberg had to clear a Sheringham header off the goal-line.  However, the crucial moment in the half came from Sheringham’s move into the box, where Steve Clarke pushed him for the ref to award a penalty to Spurs, which Teddy slotted past Kharine.

Only a fine double save from Sheringham and Durie by the Chelsea goalie deprived Spurs of all three points.

Spurs : – Erik Thorstvedt, Dean Austin, Sol Campbell (David Howells 59), Gary Mabbutt (c), Colin Calderwood, Vinny Samways, Steve Sedgley, Jason Dozzell, Gordon Durie, Teddy Sheringham
Unused subs. : –  Ian Walker, Paul Moran

Chelsea : – DImitri Kharine, Steve Clarke, Jakob Kjeldberg, Mal Donaghy (David Lee 86), Frank Sinclair, Glenn Hoddle, Eddie Newton, Gavin Peacock, Dennis Wise, Tony Cascarino (Neil Shipperley 68)
Unused sub. : – Kevin Hitchcock
Attendance : – 27,567
Referee : – Vic Callow



01.08.1993 Makita Tournament    Home    Lost    0-4   

The final of the Makita pre-season tournament took place at White Hart Lane, with Chelsea beating Spurs 4-0.

With a Tony Cascarino hat-trick scored in the 13th, 32nd and 51st minutes for the Pensioners, Gavin Peacock got the other goal in a comprehensive win.



20.03.1993 Premier League    Away    Drew    1-1   

There were debuts for Stuart Nethercott and Danny Hill as Spurs were held to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Nethercott was paired in the centre of defence with Neil Ruddock, while Hill started as a substitute, but replaced Andy Turner in the 73rd minute.  Both went close to scoring with Nethercott hitting the post and Hill getting the ball into the net, but it was disallowed. 

Teddy Sheringham scored from the penalty spot in the 31st minute, following a free-kick to the far post was headed back and cleared off the goal-line, but a spot-kick was awarded.  The goal made it 22 for the season for him, but his former Millwall strike partner Tony Cascarino scored an equaliser for the Blues seven minutes into the second half.  Townsend’s high ball in from the left was volleyed past Thorstvedt to level the match at 1-1.

Chelsea –   Dave Beasant, Mal Donaghy, Erland Johnsen, Steve Clarke, Frank Sinclair, Graham Stuart (Darren Barnard 68), Andy Townsend, Dennis Wise, Eddie Newton, John Spencer, Tony Cascarino
Subs not used : –  Kevin Hitchcock, Gareth Hall
Cards : –  Wise (yellow) 35
Manager : –
Spurs –  Thorstvedt, Austin, Ruddock, Nethercott, Edinburgh, A. Gray, K. Watson (Bergsson 68), Nayim, Turner (Hill 73), Sheringham, Anderton
Subs not used : –  Dearden
Cards : –  A. Gray (yellow) 32, Nethercott (yellow) 68
Manager : –
Attendance : –  25,157
Referee : –  Roger Dilkes



05.12.1992 Premier League    Home    Lost    1-2     

Three goals in the last fifteen minutes livened up this dull encounter at the Lane and saw Chelsea return West with the points.

Eddie Newton broke through for the Pensioners in the 76th minute when Graham Stuart broke away on the right and his low ball was slid in at the far post.  Newton then added a second nine minutes later, with a virtual replay of the first goal, before Spurs got a late consolation through debutant Sol Campbell, who had come on as a forward substitute for Nick Barmby and drove home from the edge of the area to beat the Chelsea keeper with just two minutes remaining.

Spurs –  Thorstvedt, Austin, Cundy, Ruddock, Mabbutt, Edinburgh, Nayim, Samways, Watson (Anderton 68), Barmby (Campbell 68), Sheringham
Subs not used : –  Kevin Dearden
Chelsea –  Kevin Hitchcock, David Lee, Mal Donaghy, Gareth Hall, Frank Sinclair, Graeme Le Saux, Andy Townsend, Eddie Newton, Graham Stuart, Dennis Wise, Robert Fleck (Craig Burley 61)
Subs not used : – Nick Colgan, Erland Johnsen
Linesmen : –
Attendance : –  31,540
Referee : – Roger Dilkes (-).



11.01.1992 Division 1    Away    Lost    0-2     Click here for Match Report.


24.08.1991 Division 1   Home    Lost    1-3     Click here for Match Report.


02.03.1991 Division 1   Home    Drew    1-1    Click here for Match Report.


23.01.1991 League Cup Quarter Final replay    Home    Lost    1-3   

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Spurs : –  Erik Thorstvedt, Justin Edinburgh, Terry Fenwick (Steve Sedgley), Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Paul Gascoigne, David Howells, Vinny Samways (Nayim), Paul Stewart, Gary Lineker, Paul Walsh
Chelsea : –  Dave Beasant, Gareth Hall, Ken Monkou, Jason Cundy, Tony Dorigo, Damian Matthew, Graham Stuart (John Bumstead), Andy Townsend, Dennis Wise, Kerry Dixon, Gordon Durie
Crowd : – 33,861.



16.01.1991 League Cup Quarter Final     Away    Drew    0-0    ....


01.12.1990 Division 1     Away    Lost    2-3 

Chelsea won this First Division match 3-2, but Spurs were hit with a fine to add insult to injury. Having stopped for lunch at a hotel on route, the club coach was wheel-clamped and towed away with the team’s kit in it.  Therefore, the team sheet was handed in to the referee late and the FA fined the club for the misdemeanour. 

The home side won by the odd goal in five, with Kerry Dixon, John Bumstead and Gordon Durie scoring for the Blues and Spurs replied with goals from Lineker and Gascoigne.

Chelsea –   Dave Beasant, Gareth Hall, Ken Monkou, Jason Cundy, Tony Dorigo, Graeme Le Saux, John Bumstead, Kerry Dixon, Gordon Durie
Spurs –   Thorstvedt, van den Hauwe, M. Thomas, Tuttle (Edinburgh), Mabbutt, P. Allen, Gascoigne, Howells, Nayim (Walsh), Stewart, Lineker
Attendance : –  33,478
Referee : – .



10.02.1990 Division 1     Away    Won    2-1    

Spurs ran out worthy 2-1 winners at Stamford Bridge against a lacklustre Chelsea side.

David Howells scored with a diving header from about a yard out to put Tottenham 1-0 up a minute before half-time, but Chelsea equalised through John Bumstead in the 59th minute.  Gary Lineker scored the winner for Spurs two minutes form the end of the match.

Chelsea: Beasant, Clarke, Dorigo, Roberts, Johnsen, Bumstead, McAllister, Nicholas, Dixon, C Wilson, K Wilson
Manager: Bobby Campbell
Spurs: Thorstvedt, Hughton, Van den Hauwe, Polston, Howells, Mabbutt, Walsh (Moran), Gascoigne, Nayim, Lineker (Moncur 89), Sedgley
Manager: Terry Venables
Attendance : – 28,130
Referee : – George Tyson (Sunderland)



16.09.1989 Division 1     Home    Lost    1-4    

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



02.01.1988 Division 1     Away    Drew    0-0    

Teams :
Chelsea : –
Spurs : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



22.08.1987 Division 1     Home    Won    1-0

A goal from Nico Claesen was the difference between the two sides in this First Division encounter.

Substitute Claesen found the net with just five minutes left to earn Spurs three points and leave Chelsea a pointless trip back to West London.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Chris Fairclough, Richard Gough, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Steve Hodge, Johnny Metgod (Nico Claesen 69), Chris Waddle, Clive Allen
Chelsea : –  Eddie Niedzwiecki, Steve Clarke, Steve Wicks, Clive Wilson, Tony Dorigo, Micky Hazard, Joe McLaughlin, Darren Wood, Pat Nevin, Kerry DIxon, Gordon Durie (Kevin Wilson)
Attendance : –  37,079
Referee : – 



20.12.1986 Division 1     Away    Won    2-0    

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



13.09.1986 Division 1     Home    Lost    1-3   

Micky Hazard was Tottenham’s tormentor on his return to his old stamping ground with two goals, one from the penalty spot after 23 minutes and another in the 58th, to help Chelsea to a 3-1 win.

Clive Allen got Tottenham back into the game from the penalty spot after 67 minute, but it was another Spurs old boy who ended the Spurs comeback as Kerry Dixon’s 75th minute lob found the net.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Richard Gough, Graham Roberts, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Gary Stevens, Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle (Paul Allen), Chris Waddle, Clive Allen, Mark Falco
Chelsea : –  Tony Godden, Colin Pates, Micky Hazard (Gordon Durie), Joe McLaughlin, John Millar, Jerry Murphy, Nigel Spackman, Darren Wood, Pat Nevin, Kerry Dixon, David Speedie
Attendance : –  28,202
Referee : – .



28.12.1985 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-2   

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



04.09.1985 Division 1     Home    Won    4-1    

Tottenham eased to a comfortable win having done most of the heavy lifting in the first half against Chelsea at the Lane.

Graham Roberts put Tottenham ahead with his defensive partner Paul Miller adding a second, with John Chiedozie hitting the net to make it 3-0 before half-time.  Chelsea salvaged a goal back form former Spurs reserve Kerry Dixon, but a 4-1 win was confirmed by Mark Falco’s strike.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Graham Roberts, Paul Miller, Danny Thomas, Paul Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Glenn Hoddle (David Leworthy), Chris Waddle, Mark Falco, John Chiedozie
Chelsea : –  Eddie Niedzwiecki, Doug Roug
vie, Colin Pates, Colin Lee, John Bumstead, Joe McLaughlin, Jerry Murphy (Paul Canoville), Nigel Spackman, Pat Nevin, Kerry Dixon, David Speedie
Attendance : –  23,642
Referee : – .



27.04.1985 Division 1     Away    Drew    1-1   

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



24.11.1984 Division 1     Home    Drew    1-1

Mark Falco’s goal gave Spurs a point at Stamford Bridge with former Spurs reserve Kerry Dixon equalising for the home team.    

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



06.03.1982 FA Cup Quarter-final    Away    Won    3-2

An FA Cup Sixth round tie saw Tottenham produce some marvellous play on a  bumpy Stamford Bridge pitch to move towards Wembley with a 3-2 win. 

Terrific second half goals by Archibald, Hoddle and Hazard (in ten second half minutes) eased their way through after Chelsea had taken a lead through Mike Fillery’s fierce free-kick just before half-time and then Alan Mayes nicked one towards the end, but Hoddle was imperious that day, displaying his range of passing and creating two and scoring the other to send the Spurs fans home happy (after dodging a hail of bottles and stones on the way back to the tube station).

Chelsea – Francis; Locke, Hutchings, Nutton, Chivers, Pates, Rhoades-Brown, Bumsted, Mayes, Walker (Rofe), Fillery
Spurs – Clemence; Hughton, Miller, Price, Hazard, Perryman, Ardiles, Archibald, Galvin, Hoddle, Crooks
Attendance : – 42,557

Referee : – 



18.11.1978 Division 1     Away    Won    1-3    

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



26.08.1978 Division 1     Home    Drew    2-2   

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Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Colours : – Yellow shirts with green collar, green shorts, yellow socks with green turnover
Attendance : –  40,632
Referee : – 



19.04.1975 Division 1     Home    Won    2-0

With both teams in the bottom three of the First Division, the match was significant in terms of points, but also for the events surrounding the match.  Fights on the terraces spilled over onto the pitch and the game’s start was delayed by ref Jack Taylor, while Police struggle to clear the hooligans from the playing surface.18 year old Ray Wilkins was appointed captain and 17 year old Sparrow came in at left back in youthful Chelsea side battling relegation with Spurs, with 18 year old Teddy Maybank making his debut up front. 

Gary Locke was booked for a crude tackle on Alfie Conn, before Pat Jennings foiled Ian Britton with a save close down to his right to deny the midfielder put through by Wilkins.  The Spurs keeper was on top form as he made a brilliant save from a point-blank header as Hutchinson powered Cooke’s cross at goal, managing to turn the ball over the bar.

Cyril Knowles played a free-kick in from the left after Naylor had been fouled by Harris and Phillips had to turn it over the bar as it threatened to creep in at the far post.  Chelsea thought they had taken the lead when a free-kick was headed back into the goalmouth by Droy and it went over Phil Beal’s jump, leaving Cooke in front of goal, where he shot past Jennings.

Jones took a long kick from Jennings down skilfully and turned Ron Harris to fire in a rising left foot drive that Phillips tipped over the top before the teams left at half-time with the game goal-less.  Straight after the re-start John Duncan forced Phillips into a diving save going to his right to turn the bobbling effort wide for a corner.  At the other end, Jennings grabbed a Droy header as he met Hutchinson’s long throw, but it was Spurs who took the lead.  Perryman played a ball up the right wing for Duncan, who turned Sparrow inside out to cross to the near post.  Chris Jones held the ball up with Harris at his back and laid it into the path of Steve Perryman, who side-footed the ball home from five yards out in the 57th minute.

Cooke got away from Knowles to cross, but Osgood headed the ball away under pressure from Hutchinson.  A good opportunity opened up when Locke lobbed a ball forward and Sparrow was clear, but he couldn’t control the ball and Pat Jennings collected it. 

A long Knowles free-kick was won by Jones in the air, looping the ball at goal, where Phillips had to back-pedal to touch it over the bar.    Chelsea’s long ball tactics from free-kicks almost paid off, with Locke’s free-kick when Droy hit the ball into the net from 12 yards out after a massive melee in the Spurs penalty area, but once more it was ruled out for handball.  Maybank went close with a prod past Jennings, but also past the post.

Jimmy Neighbour took a right wing corner that found Osgood at the far post, flinging himself forward to put a diving header just wide.  Another high ball into the Spurs box led to Jennings dropping the ball under pressure from Maybank, with Wilkins left with the simple task of putting the ball past Beal on the line, but he steered it wide and the Spurs fans breathed a sigh of relief.

From another Neighbour corner, the ball went through everyone to the edge of the box on the far side, where Alfie Conn met it first time with his left foot and sent the ball into the opposite bottom corner to double Tottenham’s lead. 

Chelsea looked to hit back straight away and the ball fell to Britton on the edge of the box and with players free to his right, he chose to shoot and put it into the Park Lane crowd.  Chelsea threw Droy upfield as a centre forward and Jennings did well to hold the ball at the second attempt as he jumped for a high ball into the Chelsea man.

Spurs –  Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Beal, Osgood, Naylor, Conn, Perryman (cpt), C. Jones, Duncan, Neighbour
Unused sub. : –  Chivers
Chelsea –  John Phillips, Gary Locke, Sparrow, Gerry Britton, Micky Droy, Ron Harris, David Hay, Ray Wilkins (cpt), Teddy Maybank, Ian Hutchinson, Charlie Cooke
Sub :  Steve Kember
Manager : – Ron Suart
Attendance : – 50,998
Referee : – Mr. Jack Taylor (Wolverhampton)
Linesmen : – Mr. B, H, Chapman (Cambs); Mr.. L. F. Burden (Dorset) – Yellow flag

Entertainment at the match was due to be the Marching and Concert band of Braintree.

Goal Times : –
First goal :  57 minutes 1 second
Second goal :  74 minutes and 13 seconds.



12.10.1974 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-1  

An early penalty settled this First Division game in Chelsea’s favour at Stamford Bridge.

Mike England’s challenge on Tommy Baldwin was adjudged to be a foul and John Hollins fired home the spot-kick in the seventh minute to beat Pat Jennings. Spurs hit back, with Chris Jones heading wide soon after the goal and then Steve Perryman hit the post with a shot.

Two saves by Chelsea keeper John Phillips denied Spurs before half-time, with Perryman’s header and a close range Jimmy Neighbour shot seeing him keep the ball out. While the second half was a more even affair, the Spurs goal lead a charmed life at the very end, when two chances in a late attack somehow failed to find the net.

Chelsea : – John Phillips, Ron Harris, Gary Locke, John Dempsey, Micky Droy, Charlie Cooke, John Hollins, Peter Houseman, Steve Kember, Ian Hutchinson, Tommy Baldwin.
Spurs :-  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, John Pratt, Mike England, Phil Beal, Jimmy Neighbour, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Chris Jones, Terry Naylor.
Unused sub. : – Ralph Coates.

Attendance : – 32,660
Referee : –  Mr. Harold Davey (Hucknall)
Linesmen : – Mr. – (-) – Red flag; Mr. – (-) – Yellow flag;.



15.04.1974 Division 1     Away    Drew    0-0

Jimmy Neighbour came closest to breaking the deadlock for Tottenham in this 0-0 draw with Chelsea, when he turned a cross against the upright, but the game finished goal-less at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea : –  John Phillips, Ron Harris, David Webb, Micky Droy, John Sparrow, Charlie Cooke, John Hollins, Peter Houseman, Steve Kember, Ian Hutchinson, Chris Garland
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Mike England, Phil Beal, Mike Dillon, Terry Naylor, Steve Perryman, Phil Holder, Jimmy Neighbour, John Pratt, Martin Chivers
Attendance : –  26,258
Referee : – Ray Toseland (Kettering)
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03.04.1974 Division 1     Home    Lost    1-1    

White Hart Lane was the venue for this meeting between the two sides that saw Chelsea leave with the spoils.

Spurs, captained by Alan Gilzean, took a 34th minute lead when Ray Evans hooked home Ralph Coates’ cross.  Five minutes after the interval, Micky Droy headed in a Charlie Cooke corner and Chelsea won the game with a rare Ron “Chopper” Harris goal in the 66th minute, drilling home a shot through a packed penalty area.

Towards the end, Neil McNab made his debut as a substitute and in the ten minutes he was on the pitch he got kicked on the ankle and only touched the ball twice !!

Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Joe Kinnear, Phil Beal, Mike Dillon, Terry Naylor, Chris McGrath, Martin Chivers, Alan Gilzean, Ralph Coates
Chelsea : –  John Phillips, Kenny Swain, Ron Harris, Micky Droy, John Sparrow, Marvin Hinton, Charlie Cooke, John Hollins, Peter Houseman, Ray Wilkins, Bill Garner
Attendance : –  23,646
Referee : –  John Homewood (Sunbury-on-Thames)
Linesmen : – .



03.04.1973 Division 1     Away    Won    1-0    

A single goal won this evening game at Stamford Bridge and it was John Pratt, who got on the end of a Ray Evans cross in the 34th minute with a fierce drive, that took both points back to White Hart Lane. The Spurs midfielder’s goal was nearly wiped out within minutes when Peter Osgood headed narrowly over the bar. And while Chelsea enjoyed the bulk of possession and chances in the second half, they could not find a way past the Spurs defence.

Chelsea : –  Peter Bonetti, John Dempsey, Ron Harris, Eddie McCreadie, Marvin Hinton, Ian Britton, John Hollins, Alan Hudson, Steve Kember (Mike Brolly), Chris Garland, Peter Osgood.
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Peter Collins, Terry Naylor, Jimmy Pearce, John Pratt, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Ralph Coates
Colours : – All white
Attendance : –  25,536
Referee : –  – (-)
Linesmen : – .



21.10.1972 Division 1     Home    Lost    0-1  

An unfortunate deflection by Phil Beal took the ball into his own net as he tired to stop JOhn Hollins’ shot halfway through the first half of this game at White Hart Lane to give Chelsea the win.

Spurs : – Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Mike England, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Steve Perryman, Ralph Coates, Martin Peters, John Pratt (Jimmy Pearce), Martin Chivers, Alan Gilzean
Chelsea : – Peter Bonetti, Gary Locke, Ron Harris, David Webb, Eddie McCreadie, Brian Bason, John Hollins, Peter Houseman, Steve Kember, Chris Garland, Peter Osgood
Attendance : – 47,429
Referee : – Mr. William J. Hall (Preston, Lancashire)
Linesman : – Mr. A. C. F. Turvey (Essex) – Red flag; Mr. D. S. Bone (Bedfordshire) – Yellow flag.



15.04.1972 Division 1     Home    Won    3-0   

Spurs scored a convincing 3-0 home win with Martin Chivers setting Tottenham on their way with an early goal after just one minute and 49 seconds.  This was followed by Ralph Coates’ first league goal for the club in the 17th minute, forcing the ball over the line from close range at the Paxton Road end, despite a vain attempt to stop the ball by Bonetti.  The goal-scoring was completed within 20 minutes and 20 seconds of the kick off, when Chivers took a Coates pass and struck the Spurs third and his 25th of the season.

Spurs : – Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Mike England, Cyril Knowles (Jimmy Pearce), Peter Collins, Alan Mullery (c), Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Ralph Coates.
Chelsea : – Peter Bonetti, John Dempsey, Ron Harris, Paddy Mulligan, David Webb, John Boyle, Charlie Cooke, John Hollins (c), Alan Hudson, Chris Garland, Peter Osgood (Steve Kember).
Attendance : – 45,799
Referee : –  Ralph B. Lee (Cheadle)
Linesmen :  Mr. J. G. P. Davies (Glamorgan) – Red flag; Mr. R. I. Kirk (Hants) – Yellow flag.



05.01.1972 League Cup Semi-final Second leg     Home    Lost    2-3    

League Cup heartbreak came in the last minute of this semi-final second leg, as Chelsea scored to go through to Wembley.  Spurs had taken the lead 2-1 with goals from Martin Chivers seconds before half-time and a Martin Peters penalty fifteen minutes after the interval. 

Chelsea’s goal came from Chris Garland with eight minutes left, but with seconds ticking away, a corner on Tottenham’s right was played in by Alan Hudson.  The match was played under trying conditions, with the rain lashing down and as the ball came in to the near post, it skidded and managed to squeeze in past Cyril Knowles at the upright to give Chelsea a 5-4 aggregate win.

Spurs : – Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Mike England, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, John Pratt (Jimmy Pearce), Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Ralph Coates.
Chelsea –  Peter Bonetti, Paddy Mulligan, Ron Harris, John Hollins, John Dempsey, David Webb, Chris Garland, Steve Kember (Charlie Cooke), Peter Osgood, Alan Hudson, Peter Houseman
Attendance : – 52,755
Referee : – David W. Smith (Stonehouse).



22.12.1971 League Cup Semi-final First leg     Home    Drew    2-2

Chelsea took a slim 3-2 lead from this League Cup Final semi-final first leg at Stamford Bridge.Goals from Chris Garland, John Hollins and Peter Osgood edged Tottenham out, who had seen Terry Naylor and Martin Chivers hit goals.

Chelsea –   John Phillips, Paddy Mulligan, Ron Harris, John Hollins, John Dempsey, David Webb, Chris Garland, Charlie Cooke (Tommy Baldwin), Peter Osgood, Alan Hudson, Peter Houseman
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, Ralph Coates, Mike England, Phil Beal, John Pratt, Terry Naylor, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Jimmy Pearce
Colours : –   White shirts, white shorts, yellow socks
Attendance : –  43,330
Referee : –  Bartley J. Homewood (Sunbury-on-Thames)



27.11.1971 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-1    

A big crowd gathered at Stamford Bridge to witness this close London derby in which Spurs failed to match their recent form and succumbed 0-1 to Chelsea.

In a quiet first half, Spurs only threatened once, when Martin Peters brought a low save from Peter Bonetti when he shot from the middle of the goalmouth, while at the other end, Pat Jennings produced a good save from a Charlie Cooke header. Peter Osgood and Peter Houseman also had good chances without managing to hit the target.

Tottenham started the second half well, but a defensive lapse let Chelsea in for the only goal of the game.  Hudson hit a long pass from deep inside his own half to the right wing, where Kember took the ball down and centred for Cooke to strike the ball past Jennings with just ten minutes remaining in the match. Spurs still had a chance to level the score, when Ray Evans and Ralph Coates made an opening for Martin Chivers to head downwards at goal, bringing a desperate save from Bonetti. Chivers also had a late header fly just over the crossbar.

Chelsea –   Peter Bonetti, Paddy Mulligan, Ron Harris, John Hollins, John Dempsey, David Webb, Charlie Cooke, Steve Kember, Peter Osgood, Alan Hudson, Peter Houseman
Unused sub. : –  Chris Garland
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, Ralph Coates, Mike England, Phil Beal, Jimmy Neighbour, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Alan Gilzean (John Pratt)
Manager : –  Bill Nicholson
Colours : – White shirts, white shorts, yellow socks
Attendance : – 52,581
Referee : –  Brian H. Daniels (Brentwood)
Linesmen : – Mr. . – (-) – Red flag; Mr. . – (-) – Yellow flag.



13.03.1971 Division 1     Home    Won    2-1    

The two Martins – Chivers and Peters – scored to give Spurs a 2-1 victory in the First Division over Chelsea, who got a goal through Tottenham old boy Keith Weller.

Weller scored with a fierce shot that beat Jennings and Knowles on the line just after half time to give Chelsea the lead and the scorer later received an elbow in the face from Knowles, who accidentally caught him, bloodying his nose.

Jennings had to push a first half shot from Hollins round the post to stop Chelsea going further ahead, but Peters and Chivers scored to take the points as Spurs came from behind to win.

Spurs : – Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Peter Collins, Phil Beal, Alan Gilzean (Jimmy Neighbour), Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, John Pratt
Manager : – Bill Nicholson.

Chelsea – John Phillips, Johnny Boyle, Eddie McCreadie (cpt), John Hollins, John Dempsey, David Webb, Keith Weller, Alan Hudson, Tommy Baldwin, Charlie Cooke, Peter Houseman
Manager : Dave Sexton
Attendance : – 49,292
Referee : – Jack Taylor (Wolverhampton)
Linesmen : – Mr. H. R. Robinson (Norfolk) – Red flag; Mr. J. W. Craigie (Kent) – Yellow flag



14.11.1970 Division 1     Away    Won    2-0    

Two late Spurs goals won this in front of a 61,277 crowd at the Bridge. 

Alan Mullery’s pile-driver and a poacher’s goal from Pearce – both in the last two minutes won it for Spurs, who hit the bar through Chivers in the dying seconds, on a sodden pitch. In driving rain, Spurs put in a fine performance to take the points in this First Division match to secure a tenth successive league win, which was achieved with some good football and a final flourish.  Having dominated the first half, Spurs had one good chance when Jimmy Pearce forced Peter Bonetti into a save.  Hinton injured an ankle and had to be replaced, while Pat Jennings needed treatment after hitting his head on a goalpost when making a save.

Chelsea came back into the game during the second period and towards the end, John Hollins’ cross found Tommy Baldwin’s head, but he put to just over the bar.  With the game looking as though it would finish in a draw, skipper Alan Mullery hit a powerful dipping shot into the net with just a minute left to put Tottenham into the lead.  There was still time for Alan Gilzean to put in a cross and Pearce was on the end to net a second from close range in injury time.  

Chelsea – Peter Bonetti, Johnny Boyle, Ron Harris, John Hollins, Marvin Hinton (John Dempsey), David Webb, Keith Weller, Charlie Cooke, Peter Osgood, Tommy Baldwin, Peter Houseman
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Mike England, Phil Beal, Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman (Neil Johnson 75), Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Jimmy Pearce
Manager : – Bill Nicholson
Attendance : – 61,277
Referee : – Pat Partridge (Middlesbrough)

Match receipts of £24,500 were a Stamford Bridge record at the time.



04.04.1970 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-1  

Tommy Baldwin’s goal gave Chelsea a 1-0 home win in the First Division. 

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Chelsea –  Peter Bonetti, David Webb, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, John Dempsey, Marvin Hinton, Tommy Baldwin, Peter Houseman, Peter Osgood, Alan Birchenall, Charlie Cooke
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Mike England, Phil Beal, Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Roger Morgan
Manager : – Bill Nicholson

Attendance : – 44,925
Referee : – Kevin Howley (Billingham).



27.08.1969 Division 1     Home    Drew    1-1    

A draw in this London derby saw David Webb head Chelsea into the lead a minute after the break.  His goal marked a long period of attacking by Spurs, but they had to wait for the equaliser from winger Jimmy Pearce.  His rising 30 yard shot beat Peter Bonetti’s dive to his left all ends up with eleven minutes left on the clock to share the points in this Wednesday night fixture.

Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Tony Want, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Mike England, Peter Collins, Jimmy Pearce, Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Alan Gilzean, Roger Morgan
Manager : – Bill Nicholson

Chelsea –  Peter Bonetti, David Webb, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, John Dempsey, Marvin Hinton, Peter Osgood, Alan Birchenall, Alan Hudson, Peter Houseman, Charlie Cooke (Stewart Houston)
Attendance : – 47,395
Referee : – Harry New (Havant)
Linesmen : – .



22.03.1969 Division 1     Home    Won    1-0    

Chelsea arrived at White Hart Lane with five straight wins under their belt, but a strong wind made playing flowing football difficult.

Fifth placed Chelsea had the best early chance with Peter Osgood’s shot being headed off the line by Peter Collins and three other opportunities were not successful, as Pat Jennings touched over a shot by Osgood, John Boyle’s drive hit the post and with an open goal in front of him, Ian Hutchinson shot wide of the mark.  It wasn’t all Chelsea, as David Webb was forced to kick a header by Alan Gilzean from going in the goal. 

Roger Morgan had failed to make the game as he was hit by ‘flu, but his replacement – Neil Johnson – was in the right place at the right time to get on the end of Collins’ through pass, racing past defender Ron Harris and then lifting the ball over keeper Peter Bonetti with just ten minutes remaining.  The lead was almost doubled near the end, with Gilly just failing to meet Jimmy Greaves’ inviting left wing cross.

Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Mike England, Peter Collins, Neil Johnson, Jimmy Greaves, Terry Venables, Alan Gilzean, Jimmy Pearce
Manager : – Bill Nicholson

Chelsea –   Peter Bonetti, David Webb, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, John Dempsey, Peter Osgood, Johnny Boyle, Bobby Tambling, Ian Hutchinson, Ron Harris, Peter Houseman
Attendance : – 47,349
Referee : –  Jack Taylor (Wolverhampton

The ticket price for visiting fans was 12 shillings (60p)



31.08.1968 Division 1     Away    Drew    2-2 

A 2-2 away draw for Spurs came with goals from Jimmy Greaves and Cliff Jones at Stamford Bridge, while the Pensioners scored through Alan Birchenall and a Peter Osgood penalty.

Chelsea –  Peter Bonetti, Ron Harris, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, David Webb, John Boyle, Tommy Baldwin, Bobby Tambling (Peter Houseman), Peter Osgood, Charlie Cooke, Alan Birchenall
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Mike England, Phil Beal, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Terry Venables (Jimmy Robertson), Alan Gilzean
Manager : – Bill Nicholson

Attendance : –  48,472
Referee : –  Harry New  (Havant)
Linesmen : – .



13.04.1968 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-2    

A goal in each half kept the points at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea beat Spurs in Division 1.

Tommy Baldwin and Peter Houseman hit the goals that condemned Spurs to defeat.

Chelsea –   Peter Bonetti, Ron Harris (c), David Webb, Marvin Hinton, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, Charlie Cooke, Alan Birchenall, Peter Osgood, Tommy Baldwin, Peter Houseman
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (c), Mike England, Dave Mackay, Terry Venables, Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Alan Gilzean, Cliff Jones
Manager : – Bill Nicholson
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Attendance : –  53,049
Referee : –  David Corbett (Wolverhampton)
Linesmen : – .



18.11.1967 Division 1     Home    Won    2-0    

Spurs enjoyed a 2-0 home win over Chelsea at White Hart Lane, after being one goal ahead at the turn-around.

Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Mike England, Dave Mackay (c), Terry Venables, Jimmy Greaves, Alan Gilzean, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Robertson
Manager : – Bill Nicholson
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Chelsea –   Peter Bonetti, Joe Kirkup, Eddie MacCreadie, John Hollins, Marvin Hinton, Ron Harris, Joe Fascione, Tommy Baldwin, Peter Osgood, John Boyle, Charlie Cooke
Attendance : –  53,981
Referee : – J. E. Carr (Sheffield)
Linesmen : – .
 



20.05.1967 FA Cup Final     Wembley    Won    2-1                  Click here for a Match Report.


18.03.1967 Division 1     Home    Drew    1-1    

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26.10.1966 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-3    

Chelsea ran out 3-0 winners with three second half goals.

A Bobby Tambling penalty opened the scoring, before Tommy Baldwin scored the other two to give the Blues a home win.

Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Mike England, Dave Mackay (c), Terry Venables, Jimmy Greaves, Frank Saul, Alan Gilzean, Cliff Jones
Manager : – Bill Nicholson
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Chelsea – , , , , , , , , , Tambling, Baldwin
Attendance : – 31,034
Referee : – .



08.01.1966 Division 1     Away    Lost    1-2   

Chelsea scored a 2-1 home win in the First Division, despite going a goal behind. Dave Mackay gave Tottenham the lead from the penalty spot, but goals from George Graham and Peter Osgood turned the game in Chelsea’s favour.

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Teams :
Chelsea : –  Peter Bonetti, Marvin Hinton, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, Allan Young, Ron Harris, Barry Bridges, George Graham, Peter Osgood, Terry Venables, Bobby Tambling
Spurs : –   Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Laurie Brown, Dave Mackay, Jimmy Robertson, Eddie Clayton, Frank Saul, Alan Gilzean, Cliff Jones
Attendance : – 48,529
Referee : – Peter Rhodes (Dringhouses)



11.12.1965 Division 1     Home    Won    4-2   

Two goals apiece from Cliff Jones and Alan Gilzean gave Spurs the points in this First Division meeting that ended 4-2. The muddy surface made it difficult for good control, but Cliff Jones mastered the conditions to score two goals and make one to help Tottenham to the win at White Hart Lane. 

Alan Gilzean handed Spurs the lead in the 19th minute, after Frank Saul headed a cross from Jones into the Scot’s path and the second came when Dave Mackay’s free-kick was headed in by Jones.  Chelsea hit back through midfielder George Graham before the break to make it 2-1.

On 52 minutes, Jones restored the two goal cushion, netting from close range, reacting to the ball before Eddie McCreadie after Peter Bonetti failed to gather a shot from Eddie Clayton.  A right foot shot ten minutes later from Gilzean was created by Jimmy Robertson, leaving Bonetti beaten again, as the ball hit the top left hand corner of the net.

Then with four minutes left, Peter Osgood took on the Spurs defence and made an opening for Barry Bridges, which he took to make it 4-2, but the Blues were reliant on Bonetti for preventing Gilzean’s hat-trick with a stretching save.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Laurie Brown, Dave Mackay, Jimmy Robertson, Eddie Clayton, Frank Saul, Alan Gilzean, Cliff Jones.
Chelsea : – Peter Bonetti, Ron Harris, Eddie McCreadie, John Hollins, Marvin Hinton, John Boyle, Barry Bridges, George Graham, Peter Osgood, Terry Venables (c), Tom Robson.

Attendance : – 42,299
Referee : – Norman Burtenshaw (Norfolk)
Linesmen : Mr. E. F. M. Merchant (Essex) – Red flag; Mr. F. W. Chaplin (Northampton) – Yellow flag
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10.03.1965 Division 1     Away    Lost    1-3    

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20.02.1965 FA Cup     Away    Lost    0-1    

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Referee : – 



24.10.1964 Division 1     Home    Drew    1-1    

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Attendance : –
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01.02.1964 Division 1     Home    Lost    1-2   

Chelsea left White Hart Lane with a 2-1 win inspired by inside left Tommy Harmer, returning to his old stamping ground.  Tottenham’s goal was converted by Jimmy Greaves.

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –  51,007
Referee : – 



08.01.1964 FA Cup     Away    Lost    0-2

A lock-out 70,000 crowd saw Chelsea progress to Round 4 of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win over Spurs.

The returning Bobby Tambling opened the Chelsea scoring with a 17th minute shot on the turn to finish off Murray’s low centre.  A penalty was awarded against Phil Beal for a trip on Tambling two minutes later, but Hollowbread dived to keep out Terry Venables’ spot-kick.

However, in the 74th minute, man of the match Tambling created an opening for Murray to seal the win with a second Chelsea goal.   

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Dunn, Hinton, McCreadie, R. Harris, Upton, Mortimore, Venables, Bridges, Tambling, Murray, Blunstone
Spurs : –  Hollowbread, Baker, Hopkins, Marchi (c), Norman, Beal, Cliff Jones, Clayton, Bobby Smith, Greaves, Dyson
Attendance : –  70,123
Referee : – 



04.01.1964 FA Cup     Home    Drew    1-1    

A Third Round FA Cup tie that kicked off at 2.45 because Arsenal were also at home saw both sides under-strength.  Spurs were without Marchi, Brown, Medwin and Mackay, while the Pensioners missed Houseman and Bonetti.

Spurs took an early lead after three minutes, when Eddie McCreadie fell with Cliff Jones and referee Finney gave a free kick to Tottenham.  Peter Baker played it in, Smith swung at the ball, but missed and fortunately, it fell to Terry Dyson to knock it home past 19 year old John Dunn in the Chelsea goal.  With twenty minutes gone, Chelsea levelled when Frank Blunstone’s run saw him past two Spurs defenders and his cross was onto the head of Bert Murray, who beat Hollowbread to make it 1-1.

The second half was a scrappier affair, with McCreadie clearing Eddie Clayton’s shot off the line and Hollowbread denying Barry Bridges’ drive.  On 65 minutes, Smith crashed Jones’ cross against the underside of the bar, but the ball bounced out and that was the last meaningful effort on goal as the game fizzled out into a draw and a replay was needed to sort out the two teams.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Hollowbread, Baker, Hopkins, John Smith, Norman, Beal, Cliff Jones, Clayton, Bobby Smith, Greaves (c), Dyson
Chelsea : –   Dunn, Hinton, McCreadie, R. Harris, Upton, Blunstone, Mortimore, D. Brown, Bridges, Venables, Murray
Attendance : –   49,382
Referee : –  Jim Finney (Hereford)
Linesmen : – Mr. C. A. Brownlow (Norfolk) – Red flag; Mr. D. E. Saunders (Dorset) – Yellow flag.



21.09.1963 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-3   

Jimmy Greaves’ hustling of Chelsea defender Ken Shellito caused him to put through his own goal to give Spurs an early lead and then Bobby Smith scored against his old team at Stamford Bridge to give Tottenham a 2-0 lead before the interval.  It was the 87th minute when the Tottenham goal-scoring was complete, as a Frank Blunstone back-pass was intercepted by Peter Baker, who went onto put the ball into the net for what turned out to be his last goal for the club.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  , Blunstone,   Shellito, , , , , ,
Spurs : –
Attendance : –  57,401
Referee : – 



30.12.1961 Division 1     Home    Won    5-2   

Spurs recorded a big win over Chelsea in this First Division match at White Hart Lane.

A single Cliff Jones goal separated the sides at the turn-around, but Dave Mackay netted and another from Jones put Tottenham 3-0 ahead.  Graham Moore scored twice for Chelsea to make the gap just one goal.  This produced a reaction from Spurs, who went forward to score through Jones’ hat-trick goal and a fifth from Les Allen.

Teams :
Spurs : –  , , , , , , , Cliff Jones, Les Allen, Bobby Smith
Chelsea : –   , , , , , , , , ,  Graham Moore
Attendance : –  44,630
Referee : – 



26.12.1961 Division 1     Away    Won    0-2   

Goals from Jimmy Greaves in the first half and Cliff Jones in the second gave Tottenham a 2-0 away win at Chelsea.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Peter Bonetti, Ken Shellito, Allan Harris, Malcolm, Scott, Bradbury, Peter Brabrook, Bobby Tambling, Moore, Barry Bridges, Harrison
Spurs : –  Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay, Terry Medwin, John White, Bobby Smith, Les Allen, Jimmy Greaves, Cliff Jones
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



03.04.1961 Division 1     Away    Won    3-2   

Three headed goals gave Tottenham the win in a close London derby.

The first came in the seventh minute from John White’s cross, when Bobby Smith nodded one in against his old club.  Just after the half hour, Brabrook fell heavily after challenging Maurice Norman in the air and left the field, leaving Chelsea a man short.  Shortly after, Chelsea’s Jimmy Greaves hit home a cross from Mike Harrison and received a booking (the first of his career) for disputing the offside decision that ruled it out.  It was only a short time after when the Blues did equalise from a Frank Blunstone shot and they went on to take the lead in the 55th minute through an unmarked Greaves.

On 59 minutes, Spurs pulled level when Medwin headed home a nod back by Smith from Blanchflower’s long cross.  A quarter of an hour from the end of the game, Maurice Norman moved forward to head home a Dave Mackay free-kick to secure a 3-2 win.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Peter Bonetti, John Sillett, Ron Harris, Terry Venables, Scott, Frank  Blunstone, Jimmy Greaves, Peter Brabrook, Bobby Tambling, Harrison
Spurs : –  Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay, Cliff Jones, John White, Bobby Smith, Les Allen, Terry Medwin
Attendance : –  57,103
Referee : – Mr. J. Kelly (Chorley)
Linesmen : – Mr. T. Clapperton (Hoddesdon) – Red flag; Mr. T. F. Hewinson (Portsmouth) – Yellow flag



31.03.1961 Division 1     Home    Won    4-2   

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Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



18.04.1960 Division 1     Home    Lost    0-1    

The return match at White Hart Lane over the Easter period saw Chelsea gain revenge with a 1-0 win courtesy of a 27th minute goal from Jimmy Greaves.  A long ball out of defence came to Greavsie at chest height and with one turn to his left, he sent two Spurs markers to his right and he was away to beat another defender before firing in an unstoppable shot from 20 yards out.  However, it was only a good performance in the Chelsea goal by Peter Bonetti that preserved their single goal.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Tony Marchi, Terry Dyson, Terry Medwin, Tommy Harmer, Bobby Smith, John White, Cliff Jones
Manager : –  Bill Nicholson
Colours : – White shirts, Navy blue shorts, Navy Blue socks with white turnover
Chelsea : –  Peter Bonetti, John Sillett, Peter Sillett (c), Sylvan Anderton, John Mortimore, Stan Crowther, Derek Gibbs, Jimmy Greaves, Ron Tindall, Johnny Brooks, Frank Blunstone
Manager : –  Ted Drake
Colours : – Royal blue shirts with white V-neck and cuffs, White shorts, Royal blue socks with white turnover incorporating two blue hoops
Attendance : –  37,205
Referee : –  Mr. R. E. Smith (Newport, Wales)



15.04.1960 Division 1     Away    Won    3-1    

A Good Friday trip to Stamford Bridge saw Spurs earn an Easter bonus of a 3-1 win.

A Peter Brabrook goal gave the home side a flying start after just five minutes when he finished off a mazy run by Jimmy Greaves, but as Spurs gained control of the play, Bobby Smith hit a hat-trick in the 22nd, 63rd and 71st minutes to hand Spurs a good win to stay top of the table.  Chelsea were hampered as Brabrook had to limp off before the match was 30 minutes old, but returned after treatment to be nuisance value stuck out on the wing and later in the match Ron Tindall clashed heads and had to leave the pitch as he was seeing double.

Teams :
Chelsea : – Peter Bonetti, John Sillett, Peter Sillett (c), Sylvan Anderton, John Mortimore, Stan Crowther, Peter Brabrook, Jimmy Greaves, Ron Tindall, Johnny Brooks, Frank Blunstone
Manager : –  Ted Drake
Colours : – Royal blue shirts with white V-neck and cuffs, White shorts, Royal blue socks with white turnover incorporating two blue hoops
Spurs : – Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Tony Marchi, Dave Mackay, Terry Medwin, Tommy Harmer, Bobby Smith, John White, Cliff Jones
Manager : –  Bill Nicholson
Colours : – White shirts, Navy blue shorts, Navy Blue socks with white turnover
Attendance : –  67,819
Referee : –  Jim Finney (Hereford)



03.09.1958 Division 1     Home    Won    4-0

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27.08.1958 Division 1     Away    Lost    2-4    

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Chelsea : –
Spurs : –
Attendance : –
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21.12.1957 Division 1     Away    Won    4-2   

Teams :
Chelsea : –
Spurs : –
Attendance : –
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24.08.1957 Division 1     Home    Drew    1-1    

Jimmy Greaves’ senior debut marked the start of a remarkable career and as was his wont, he scored for Chelsea in a 1-1 draw.

Tottenham had the early chances, but failed to take them.  They had a chance to take the lead ten minutes after half-time, when Smith was fouled in the area, but Tommy Harmer missed from the penalty spot.  Tottenham took the lead with Alfie Stokes converting on 75 minutes, but the 17 year old Greaves earned his side a draw with five minutes left in the game.  

Teams :
Spurs : –  , , , Blanchflower, , , , , Bobby Smith, Harmer, Stokes
Chelsea : –  , , , , , , , Greaves, , ,
Attendance : –  55,580
Referee : – 



20.02.1957 Division 1     Home    Lost    3-4   

A 2-0 Spurs lead at half-time was turned around by the visiting Chelsea side to take both points.

Tommy Harmer netted a penalty to give Tottenham the lead and Alfie Stokes doubled the advantage before the break, but Les Allen, then playing for Chelsea, pulled a goal back just after the re-start.  Derek Saunders made it 2-2 and this was followed by goals from Johnny McNicholl and Allen’s second before Terry Medwin pulled a consolation goal back to record a 4-3 win for the Pensioners.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ditchburn, Hopkins, Baker, Ryden, Blanchflower, Marchi, Robb, Medwin, Harmer, Stokes, Brooks
Chelsea : –  Robertson, Sillett, McFarlane, Dicks, Nicholas, Saunders, L. Allen, Lewis, Brabrook, McNichol, Stubbs
Attendance : –  20,849
Referee : – 



26.01.1957 FA Cup     Home    Won    4-0    

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Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – Mr. Arthur Ellis (York)
Linesmen : –  Mr. L. C. Howes (Norfolk) – Red flag; Mr. K. E. Laflin (Suffolk) – Yellow flag



06.10.1956 Division 1     Away    Won    4-2    

Spurs roared into a four goal lead before the interval at Stamford Bridge and while Chelsea came back in the second period, they could not prevent Tottenham taking the points back across London.

Tottenham had attacked from the start and Alfie Stokes shot narrowly wide, before Chelsea twice hit the bar.  An eighth minute goal came for Spurs when Bobby Smith sent George Robb through for him to slot the ball in past the keeper from a narrow angle.  In the 24th minute Tommy Harmer sent through Alfie Stokes to score and then seven minutes later, Stokes made it 3-0 converting a pass from Robb and then completed his hat-trick when he linked with Harmer to allow Spurs to turn around four goals ahead. 

Chelsea pulled a goal back five minutes after the interval when Jim Lewis nipped in between Baker and Ditchburn, as an under-hit back pass sold the keeper short.  The Tottenham defence held firm when Harry Clarke had to leave the pitch for 10 minutes with a cut over his eye and it was when he came back on that he conceded a last minute penalty by fouling Lewis that was scored by captain Ken Armstrong.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Bill Robertson, Wally Bellett, Ian McFarlane, Ken Armstrong (c), Len Casey, Derek Saunders, Frank Blunstone, Jim Lewis, Peter Brabrook, Tony Nicholas, Les Stubbs.
Spurs : –  Ted Ditchburn, Mel Hopkins, Peter Baker, Harry Clarke, Colin Brittan, Tony Marchi, George Robb, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith, Tommy Harmer, Alfie Stokes
Attendance : –  55,788
Referee : –  Bruce B. A. Buckle (Peterborough)



25.02.1956 Division 1     Home    Won    4-0    

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15.10.1955 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-2   

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Chelsea : –
Spurs : –
Attendance : –
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02.04.1955 Division 1     Home    Lost    0-4  

Les Duquemin’s two goals – one either side of the break were not enough to stop Chelsea winning 4-2 at White Hart Lane thanks to goals from McNichol (2), a Sillett penalty and Wicks.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ron Reynolds, Peter Baker, Mel Hopkins, Danny Blanchflower, Harry Clarke, Tony Marchi, John Gavin, Eddie Baily, Len Duquemin, Johnny Brooks, George Robb
Chelsea : –  Charlie Thomson, John Harris, Peter Sillett, Alan Dicks, Stan Wicks, Derek Saunders, Eric Parsons, Johnnie McNichol, Roy Bentley, Peter Brabrook, Stan Willemse
Attendance : –  53,159
Referee : –  J C Pollard (Cambridge)



13.11.1954 Division 1     Away    Lost    1-2  

Roy Bentley and Jim Lewis scored the early goals that gave Chelsea a 2-1 win over Tottenham, with the Spurs strike coming from Johnny Gavin in the 80th minute.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  WG Bill Robertson, John Harris, Stan Willemse, Ken Armstrong, Stan Wicks, Derek Saunders, Eric Parsons, Johnnie McNichol, Roy Bentley, Les Stubbs, Jim L Lewis
Spurs : –  Ron Reynolds, Alf Ramsey, Charlie Withers, Bill Nicholson, Harry Clarke, Tony Marchi, John Gavin, Eddie Baily, Dave Dunmore, Johnny Brooks, George Robb
Attendance : –  52,961
Referee : – J C Pollard (Cambridge)



27.03.1954 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-1    

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07.11.1953 Division 1     Home    Won    2-1    

It was an early goal after Frank Bentley and Frank Blunstone created the chance for Leslie Stubbs to head home that gave Chelsea the lead in this First Division meeting at WHL.  Bentley could have doubled the lead after 30 minutes, but shot wide with only Ditchburn to beat and it proved a costly miss, as George Robb and Len Duquemin produced some space to put the ball in and Eddie Baily stretched out a leg to knock home a low cross from 12 yards out to equalise.

The two Spurs players proved providers again, with Sonny Walters on the end of their good work this time to score in the 77th minute.  Robb was a menace to Chelsea on the day and was brought down in the area to win a penalty kick, but Alf Ramsey’s spot-kick was saved by Bill Robertson.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Charlie Withers, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Ralph Wetton, Sonny Walters, Johnny Brooks, Len Duquemin, George Robb, EddieBaily
Chelsea : –  Bill Robertson, John Harris, Stan Willemse, Frank Blunstone, Jack Saunders, Ken Armstrong, Derek Saunders, Roy Bentley, Johnny McNichol, Les Stubbs, Eric Parsons
Attendance : –  44,795
Referee : – 



14.03.1953 Division 1     Home    Lost    2-3    

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Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –  47,903
Referee : – 



25.10.1952 Division 1     Away    Lost    1-2    

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Teams :
Chelsea : –
Spurs : –
Attendance : –  62,688
Referee : – 



30.04.1952 Division 1     Away    Won    2-0    

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Teams :
Chelsea : –
Spurs : –
Attendance : –  46,574
Referee : – 



17.11.1951 Division 1     Home    Won    3-2    

It was only 45 minutes before kick off that the game was declared on, with torrential rain threatening to postpone the match with Chelsea at White Hart Lane.

A foul on Roy Bentley saw him take the free-kick that handed Chelsea an early lead. Bill Nicholson got Spurs level, but Bobby Campbell’s header put the Pensioners into the lead once more. Before half-time Spurs made it 2-2 and it was Les Bennett who poked the ball home.

Forward Len Duquemin scored the winning goal for Tottenham in the 80th minute and the result could have been even better for Spurs, as in the remaining time left in the match, Bennett and Sonny Walters both hit the upright.

Spurs : – Ditchburn, Ramsey, Withers, Nicholson, Clarke, Burgess, Walters, Bennett, Duquemin, Baily, Medley
Chelsea : – Bill Robertson, Sid Bathgate, Sid Tickridge, Ken Armstrong, Ron Harris, Bill Dickson, Billy Gray, Jimmy D’Arcy, Bobby Smith, Roy Bentley, Bobby Campbell.

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –  48,985
Referee : – 



03.03.1951 Division 1     Home    Won    2-1    

A debut for centre-forward Alex Wright proved a dream start with his early goal putting Spurs on their way to a 2-1 home win.  Captain Ron Burgess scored a second goal for Tottenham before half-time, but the home team were pegged back when Bobby Campbell and Ken Armstrong combined to score for Chelsea, but it was not enough to stop Spurs on their way to the League title.

Teams :
Spurs : –  , , , , , Burgess (c), , , , , Wright
Chelsea : –  , , , , , , , , Campbell, , K. Armstrong
Attendance : –  59,449
Referee : – 



14.10.1950 Division 1     Away    Won    2-0   

A stirring second half display gave Spurs both points with a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge. Sonny Walters gave Tottenham the lead, with the victory being sealed when Les Medley’s cross was powered home by Len Duquemin’s head .

Teams :
Chelsea : –  , , , , , , , , , ,
Spurs : –  , , , , , , , , Medley, Walters, Duquemin
Attendance : –  65,992
Referee : – 



02.03.1946 Friendly     Home    Won    4-2     

Chelsea’s visit to White Hart Lane for a Spring friendly resulted in a 4-2 home win for Tottenham.  George Foreman scored twice, while Ronnie Dix and Charlie Whitchurch got one each for Spurs.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : –   Hughes, Willis, Buckingham, White, Nicholson, Ludford, Griffiths, Rundle, Foreman, Dix, Whitchurch
Crowd : –  ,
Ref. : –  – (-)



25.05.1940 Football League South     Away    Won    3-2     

Andy Duncan’s two goals and another by Ronnie Burgess were enough to overcome Chelsea, who got on the score-sheet through Mills and Brown in this Football League South match during war-time.

Chelsea – , , , , , , , , , ,
Spurs –  , , , , , , , , , ,
Crowd : –   4,624

Ref. : –  – (-)



13.09.1939 Friendly     Away    Lost    2-4     

An away friendly against Chelsea was lost 2-4, with George Ludford and Willie Hall scoring for Spurs.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : –   Percy Hooper, George Dorling, Bill Whatley, Ron Burgess, Arthur Hitchins, Les Howe, Fred Sargent, Willie Hall, George Ludford, Andy Duncan, Les Medley
Crowd : –  ,
Ref. : –  – (-)



30.01.1935 Division 1     Home    Lost    1-3

Doug Hunt was on the score-sheet for Tottenham, but that was the only joy they had in a 3-1 Chelsea win at the Lane, with the Pensioners’ goals coming from Joe Bambrick, William Barraclough and Dick Spence.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Allan Taylor, Fred Channell, Bill Whatley, Les Howe, Wally Alsford, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, Jimmy McCormick, Doug Hunt, Walter Bellamy, Almer Hall
Chelsea : –  John Jackson, George Barber, Robert MacAulay, Allan Craig, William Mitchell, William Barraclough, Dick Spence, Joe Bambrick, James Argue, Harold Miller, George Bennett Gibson
Attendance : –  28,121
Referee : – .



15.09.1934 Division 1     Away    Won    3-1  

Three unanswered Spurs goals gave them a half-time lead that Chelsea could not peg back despite a late goal from William Russell.

Willie Evans, Taffy O’Callaghan and George Hunt had put Spurs in a strong position during a very good first half performance and while Chelsea scored an 80th minute penalty, they could not close the gap further and Tottenham took the points in this First Division meeting at Stamford Bridge.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Vic Woodley, Bob Macauley, Jack Horton, George Mills, Harold Miller, Allan Craig (c), George Barber, George Gibson, Hughie Gallacher, Willie Russell, Eric Oakton
Spurs : – Joe NIcholls, Fred Channell, Bill Whatley, Davie Colquhoun, Arthur Rowe, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, Jimmy McCormick, George Hunt, Willie Hall, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan
Attendance : –  46,715
Referee : – G. Twist (Westhoughton)



10.02.1934 Division 1     Home    Won    2-1    

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Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –
Attendance : –
Referee : – 



30.09.1933 Division 1     Away    Won    4-0   

Tottenham recorded a 4-0 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, who were hampered by having right back George Barber injured for most of the match.

George Hunt helped himself to a hat-trick and Taffy O’Callaghan was the other scorer in a good win for Spurs.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  , Barber, , , O’Dowd, Woodley, Law, Mills, , , ,
Spurs : –  Joe Nicholls, Bill Felton, Bill Whatley, Arthur Rowe, Tom Meads, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, Jimmy McCormick, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan, Willie Hall, George Hunt
Attendance : –  67,454
Referee : – 



01.02.1930 Division 2     Home    Drew    3-3    

Chelsea led 2-1 at the interval, but a reversal of fortunes in the second half saw the score end up 3-3 at White Hart Lane as both sides settled for a Second Division point apiece.

Chelsea’s goals came from Jackie Crawford, George Mills and George Pearson, with Spurs hitting the net through Andy Thompson, Ted Harper and Bobby Cook.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Cyril Spiers, John Illingworth, Edwin Herod, Harry Skitt, Tommy Cable, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Ted Harper, Frank Osborne, Andy Thompson, George Cook
Chelsea : –  Sam Millington, Andrew Wilson, Willie Russell, William Jackson, George Mills, Harold Miller, Lesley Odell, Jackie Crawford, George Pearson, George Rodger, Syd Bishop
Attendance : –  33,623
Referee : – 



28.09.1929 Division 2     Away    Lost    0-3   

Chelsea ran up a 3-0 score-line in this Second Division match against Spurs at Stamford Bridge.

Syd Bishop hit the only goal of the first half, while a George Pearson brace in the second period gave the Pensioners both points.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Frank Higgs, Andrew Wilson, Sam Irving, Jackie Crawford, Tommy Law, George Rodger, Harold Miller, Sidney Elliott, George Smith, George Pearson, Sydney Bishop
Spurs : –  Cyril Spiers, Edwin Herod, Cecil Poynton, Arthur Lowdell, Harry Skitt, Alex Lindsay, Arthur Compton, Andy Thompson, George Cook, Jimmy Smy
Attendance : –  46,770
Referee : – 



20.04.1929 Division 1     Home    Won    4-1    

Tottenham hit two goals in each half to move to a 4-1 home win over Chelsea in Division Two. Sid Elliott got a goal back in the second half, but he could not stop Chelsea going down 4-1, as Spurs added goals with Harper completing his hat-trick and Taffy O’Callaghan scoring the other goal.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Cyril Spiers, Matt Forster, Edwin Herod, Arthur Lowdell, Harry Skitt, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Ted Harper, Jimmy Armstrong, Frank Osborne, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan
Chelsea : –  Sam Millington, Reg Weaver, Willie Russell, William Jackson, Tommy Law, Albert Thain, Sidney Elliott, Jackie Crawford, George Smith, Jack Townrow, Syd Bishop
Attendance : –  24,356
Referee : – 



08.12.1928 Division 1     Away    Drew    1-1    

Having led this Second Division match 1-0 at half-time Chelsea had to settle for a point against Spurs at Stamford Bridge. Jack Townrow’s opener was cancelled out by Jimmy Armstrong in the second period to leave the score 1-1 at the full time whistle.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Sam Millington, Jack Meredith, Sam Irving, Tommy Law, George Pearson, Tommy Law, Albert Thain, Harold Miller, George Smith, Jack Townrow, Syd Bishop
Spurs : –  Cyril Spiers, Matt Forster, John Richardson, Arthur Lowdell, Harry Skitt, Harry Wilding, Jimmy Dimmock, Jimmy Armstrong, Arthur Compton, Frank Osborne, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan
Attendance : –  45,840
Referee : – 



02.02.1924 Friendly     Away    Drew    0-0     

Stamford Bridge hosted a goal-less friendly against Spurs.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : –   George Maddison, Bann, Matt Forster, Bert Smith, Charlie Walters, Jack Duffus, Charlie Handley, Andy Thompson, Frank Osborne
, Elkes, Sammy Brooks
Crowd : –  ,
Ref. : –  – (-)



03.09.1923 Division 1     Home    Lost    0-1    

Chelsea enjoyed a swift revenge for their defeat by Spurs a week earlier, with a 1-0 win at White Hart Lane thanks to Fred Linfoot’s goal in the second half.

Teams :
Spurs : –  George Maddison, Tommy Clay, Matt Forster, Charlie Walters, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Fanny Walden, Andy Thompson, Jimmy Seed
Chelsea : –  Colin Hampton, Harold Miller, Willie Ferguson, Tommy Meehan, Albert Thain, John Priestly, Fred Linfoot, William Whitton, Harry Ford, George Smith, Harry Wilding
Attendance : –  40,000
Referee : – 



27.08.1923 Division 1     Away    Won    1-0   

A Bank Holiday Monday game at Stamford Bridge saw Alex Lindsay score the winner for Spurs to make it two wins out of two at the start of the season for Spurs.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Colin Hampton, Harold Miller, Sid Castle, Tommy Meehan, Bobby McNeil, John Priestly, William Whitton, David Cameron, Harry Ford, George Smith, Harry Wilding
Spurs : – George Maddison, Tommy Clay, Matt Forster, Charlie Walters, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Handley
Attendance : –  40,000
Referee : – 



13.05.1923 Friendly     Away (Camberley)    Drew    1-1     

A 1-1 draw was the result of an away friendly against Chelsea played at Camberley, with Tottenham’s scorer unknown.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : –   Colin Hampton, Tommy Clay, Bob McDonald, Bert Smith, Charlie Walters, Jimmy Skinner, Alex Lindsay, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Wilson, Andy Thompson, Jimmy Dimmock
Crowd : –  ,
Ref. : –  – (-)



23.12.1922 Division 1     Home    Won    3-1    

James Armstrong’s goal for Chelsea in the second half was not enough to stop Tottenham in this Christmas First Division match at White Hart Lane.

2-0 ahead at the break, Spurs went on to win 3-1 with the goals coming from two from Jimmy Seed and one from Bert Smith.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Bert Blake, Tommy Clay, Matt Forster, Charlie Walters, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Handley
Chelsea : –  Colin Hampton, James Armstrong, Dr. John Barr Bell, Tommy Meehan, Bobby McNeil, William Haywood, Jack Harrow, David Cameron, Harry Ford, George Smith, Harry Wilding.
Attendance : –  40,000
Referee : –



16.12.1922 Division 1     Away    Drew    0-0    

Stamford Bridge hosted a 0-0 draw between Chelsea and Tottenham in the First Division.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Colin Hampton, Jack Cock, Dr. John Barr Bell, Tommy Meehan, John Lee, William Haywood, Jack Harrow, David Cameron, Harry Ford, George Smith, Harry Wilding.
Spurs : –  Bert Blake, Tommy Clay, Matt Forster, Charlie Walters, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Handley
Attendance : –  50,000
Referee : –



24.12.1921 Division 1     Away    Won    2-1    

Bert Bliss’ two  goals for Tottenham saw off Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in this Christmas Eve match.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Ben Baker, Fred Barrett, Tommy Meehan, Jimmy Croal, Robert McNeil, Fred Hoddinott, Jack Harrow, Kenneth McKenzie, Harry Ford, Stephen Smith, Harry Wilding.
Spurs : –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob McDonald, Charlie Walters, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Cantrell, Jimmy Seed, Bert Bliss
Attendance : –  50,000
Referee : – 



17.12.1921 Division 1     Home    Drew    0-0   

There were no goals in this First Division match at White Hart Lane between Chelsea and Tottenham.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, John Pearson, Charlie Walters, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Cantrell, Jimmy Seed, Bert Bliss
Chelsea : –  Ben Baker, Fred Barrett, Tommy Meehan, Jimmy Croal, Robert McNeil, Fred Hoddinott, Jack Harrow, Kenneth McKenzie, Harry Ford, Stephen Smith, Harry Wilding.
Attendance : –  50,000
Referee : – 



16.10.1920 Division 1     Away    Won    4-0   

Spurs won comfortably at Stamford Bridge in this First Division match easing to a 4-0 victory with two goals in each half., with Bert Bliss, Jimmy Dimmock and Charlie Wilson (2) the scorers.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Wally Bettridge, Jack Cock, Joseph Ward, Robert McNeil, William Dickie, Jack Harrow, Tom Logan, Dr. John Barr Bell, Buchanan Sharp, Harry Wilding.
Spurs : –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob McDonald, Charlie Rance, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Charlie Wilson, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss
Attendance : –  76,000
Referee : – 



09.10.1920 Division 1     Home    Won    5-0  

Their first meeting since the resumption of League football saw Tottenham see off Chelsea 5-0 in a First Division match at White Hart Lane. Spurs were three goals ahead by the half-time break and sunk Chelsea with a hat-trick from Bert Bliss and goals from Jimmy Dimmock and Charlie Wilson.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob McDonald, Charlie Rance, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Charlie Wilson, Jimmy Seed, Bert Bliss
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Wally Bettridge, Jack Cock, Jimmy Croal, Robert McNeil, George Dale, Jack Harrow, Tom Logan, Harry Ford, Harold Halse, Harry Wilding.
Attendance : –  50,000
Referee : – 



22.03.1919 War League     Away    Won    2-1     

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Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : –  25,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



25.01.1919 War League     Home    Drew    1-1     

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Spurs : – –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : –   20,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



30.11.1918 War League     Away    Lost    1-3     

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Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : –  10,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



05.10.1918 War League     Home    Won    2-1

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Spurs : – –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : –   12,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



20.04.1918 War Fund Cup replay     Home    Lost    0-1     

The replayed War Fund Cup match saw Chelsea edge a close game 1-0 at White Hart Lane.

Spurs : – –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : –   5,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



13.04.1918 War Fund Cup     Away    Draw    1-1     

A War Fund Cup game at Stamford Bridge ended all square at 1-1.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : –  5,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



23.02.1918 War League     Away    Lost    0-3     

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Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : –  20,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



29.12.1917 War League     Home    Won    2-0     

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Spurs : – –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : –   8,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



03.11.1917 War League     Away    Drew    0-0    

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Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : –  8,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



08.09.1917 War League     Home    Lost    0-4       

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Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : – ??
Ref. : –  – (-)



25.11.1916 War League     Away    Won    4-2    

Spurs beat Chelsea 4-2 in the War League at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : – ??
Ref. : –  – (-)



02.09.1916 War League     Home    Lost    0-2   

The War League game with Chelsea saw them leave the Lane with a 2-0 win.

Teams :
Spurs : – –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : –  4,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



04.12.1915 War League     Away    Lost    1-8   

Tottenham travelled to Stamford Bridge for a War League match with Chelsea and were handed a 1-8 defeat.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : – –
Crowd : – 8,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



25.09.1915 War League     Home    Lost    1-3    

A War League meeting with Chelsea at White Hart Lane finished in a 3-1 win by The Pensioners.

Spurs : –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : – 8,683
Ref. : –  – (-)



30.01.1915 Friendly     Home    Lost    2-3    

A friendly with Chelsea at White Hart Lane ended in a 2-3 defeat for Spurs.

Spurs : – –
Chelsea : – .
Crowd : – ??
Ref. : –  – (-)



02.01.1915 Division 1     Away    Drew    1-1    

A first half goal from Charlie Freeman (although some credit Bob Thomson) gave Chelsea the lead at Stamford Bridge, but Bert Middlemiss levelled in the second period to ensure Spurs shared the First Division points in this London derby.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Walter Bettridge, Jack Harrow, Fred Taylor, Tom Logan, Laurence Abrams, Harry Ford, Harold Halse, Bob Thomson, Charlie Freeman, Robert McNeil
Spurs : –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Jock Pearson, Finlay Weir, Bob Steel, Edward Lightfoot, Fanny Walden, Billy Minter, Harry Sparrow, Bert Bliss, Bert Middlemiss
Attendance : –  30,000
Referee : – P. Sant (Barnsley)



15.10.1914 Friendly     Away    Drew    1-1    

Tottenham crossed London to visit Chelsea for a friendly, which finished 1-1 with Harry Sparrow netting the Spurs goal.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : –  George C. Watkins, Tom Collins, Bobby Steel, Charlie Rance, Ed Lightfoot, Walter Tattersall, Jimmy Banks, Harry Sparrow, Harry Lowe, Bert Middlemiss
Crowd : – ??
Ref. : –  – (-)



05.09.1914 Division 1     Home    Drew    1-1    

Goals by Jimmy Cantrell  in the first half and Robert McNeil in the second shared the points between the two London sides as they met in the First Division.

Teams :
Spurs : –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Fred Webster, Jim Fleming, Bob Steel, Arthur Grimsdell, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Banks, Jimmy Cantrell, Bert Bliss, Bert Middlemiss
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, James Sharp, Owen Marshall, Fred Taylor, Tom Logan, Laurence Abrams, Harry Ford, Harold Halse, Charlie Freeman, Jimmy Croal, Robert McNeil
Attendance : –  26,000
Referee : – 



27.12.1913 Division 1     Home    Lost    1-2   

Harry Ford netted Chelsea’s goal, but Spurs lost the First Division points at White Hart Lane, as another goal from our former legendary forward Vivian Woodward handed victory to the Pensioners, despite Jim Fleming finding the net for Tottenham.

Teams :
Spurs : –  John Joyce, Tom Collins, Fred Webster, Finlay Weir, Bob Steel, Arthur Grimsdell, Fanny Walden, Jim Fleming, Jimmy Cantrell, Bert Bliss, Bert Middlemiss
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Owen Marshall, Jack Harrow, Nils Middelboe, Tom Logan, George Hunter, Harry Ford, Vivian J Woodward, Bob Whittingham, Charlie Freeman, Norman Fairgray
Attendance : –  29,305
Referee : – 



21.02.1914 Friendly     Away    Lost    3-7    

A friendly at Stamford Bridge ended in a 7-3 win for the home side, although at half-time they held only a slim 2-1 lead.

The Tottenham goals came from Harry Sparrow, Jimmy Banks and Bert Bliss.

Chelsea : – .
Spurs : –   Harry McCleneghan, Tom Collins, John Pearson, Findlay Weir, Charlie Rance, Ed Lightfoot, Walter Tattersall, Harry Sparrow, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss, Bert Middlemiss
Crowd : –  6,000
Ref. : –  – (-)



06.09.1913 Division 1     Away    Won    3-1    

A 3-1 away win for Spurs in the First Division, condemned Chelsea to an opening day defeat.

Arthur Grimsdell opened the scoring for Spurs, with Jimmy Cantrell chipping in with two strikes, the last in the 67th minute, but Harold Halse scored with two minutes left for Chelsea’s consolation goal as Spurs took the points.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Walter Bettridge, James Sharp, Fred Taylor, Tom Logan, Sam Downing, Harry Ford, Harold Halse, Bob Whittingham, Charlie Freeman, John A Brown
Spurs : –  Arthur King, Tom Collins, Fred Webster, Finlay Weir, Bob Steel, Arthur Grimsdell, Fanny Walden, Billy Minter, Jimmy Cantrell, James Bauchop, Bert Middlemiss
Attendance : –  61,500
Referee : –  Mr. T P Campbell (Blackburn)



12.04.1913 Division 1     Away    Lost    0-1    

A single second half Harry Ford goal settled this First Division match in Chelsea’s favour at Stamford Bridge.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Wally Bettridge, Jimmy Sharp, Frederick Taylor, Andrew Ormiston, George Hunter, Harry Ford, Vivian Woodward, James Turnbull, Charlie Freeman, John Brown
Spurs : –  John Joyce, Tim Collins, Fred Webster, William Weir, Charlie Rance, Arthur Grimsdell, John Curtis, Billy Minter, Jimmy Cantrell, Bert Bliss, Bert Middlemiss
Attendance : –  50,000
Referee : – 



07.12.1912 Division 1     Home    Won    1-0    

Wally Tattersall gave Spurs the win in this First Division match with the only goal of the game.

Teams :
Spurs : –  John Joyce, Tom Collins, Fred Webster, Findlay Weir, Charlie Rance, Lightfoot, Walter Tattersall, Billy Minter, Jimmy Cantrell, Bobby Steel, Bert Middlemiss
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Wally Bettridge, Jimmy Sharp, Jack Harrow, David Calderhead Jr, Frederick Taylor, Harry Ford, Bob Whittingham, Bob Thomson, Vivian Woodward, Billy Bridgeman
Attendance : –  36,771
Referee : – 



03.10.1910 Division 1     Home/Away    Drew    1-1    

Spurs beat Chelsea 3-0 at Stamford Bridge in the London Professional Charity Cup.

Teams :
Spurs : –
Chelsea : –  James Molyneux, Walter Bettridge, Jock Cameron, Ben Warren, English McConnell, Fred Taylor, Billy Brawn, Bob Whittingham, George Hilsdon, Charlie Freeman, Marshall McEwan
Attendance : –  9,000
Referee : – 



30.04.1910 Division 1     Home    Won    2-0    

The penultimate match of the season saw Spurs beat Bolton Wanderers, but they needed a result against Chelsea on the last day to retain their place in the First Division.  And with Spurs on 30 points and Chelsea on 29, there was a tense atmosphere in the 35,000 crowd as the backdrop to this relegation decider.

Goalkeeper Tommy Lunn was a major figure in the win, proving a difficult barrier for Chelsea to get past, but it was Billy Minter and Percy Humphreys who scored the goals that saw Spurs home, with Jimmy Windridge equalising for Chelsea in the first half, thus condemning Chelsea (whose side contained the great Vivian Woodward, who previously played for Tottenham) to be relegated to the Second Division. 

Teams :
Spurs : –  Tommy Lunn, Ernie Coquet, Fred Wilkes, Tom Morris, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, Jack Curtis, Billy Minter, Percy Humphreys, Bobby Steel, Arthur Kerry
Chelsea : –  Jack Whitley, Joe Cartwright, Jock Cameron, Frederick Taylor, English McConnell, Sam Downing, Douglas, Bob Whittingham, Vivian Woodward, Jimmy Windridge, Marshall McEwan
Attendance : –  35,000
Referee : –   



05.02.1910 FA Cup     Away    Won    1-0    

Spurs left Stamford Bridge with a 1-0 victory in this FA Cup Second Round tie against Chelsea.

Percy Humphreys 15th minute goal decided the game in Tottenham’s favour.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Jack Whitley, Wally Bettridge, Joe Cartwright, Fred Taylor, Andrew Ormiston, Sam Downing, Billy Brawn, Vivian Woodward, George Hilsdon, Jimmy Windridge, Ernest Williams
Spurs : – John Joyce, 
Ernie Coquet, Tom Morris, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, Tom Leslie, Jack Curtis, Billy Minter, Bert Middlemiss, Bobby Steel, Percy Humphreys
Attendance : –  31,776
Referee : –  Mr. A. Hargreaves (Bolton)
Linesmen : –  Capr. W. Sharple; Mr. C. H. Baylis

Tottenham played in shirts numbered 12 to 22 with Tiny Joyce being 22.



18.12.1909 Division 1    Away    Lost    1-2    

Spurs lost out 2-1 in this First Division match at Stamford Bridge, which was the first League meeting between the two clubs.

Jimmy Windridge scored the opening goal in the 40th minute, with Joe Bradshaw adding a second with 15 minutes left in the match.  Spurs got a goal back to make the end a nervy affair, but Billy Minter’s 89th minute effort came too late to affect the final outcome.

Teams :
Chelsea : –  Jack Whitley, Wally Bettridge, Joe Cartwright, Ted Birnie, Andrew Ormiston, Sam Downing, Billy Brawn, William Bradshaw, Evan Jones, Jimmy Windridge, Ernest Williams
Spurs : –  John Joyce, Bert Elkin, Ernie Coquet, Bentley, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, Charlie Woodruff, Billy Minter, Jack Curtis, Bobby Steel, Bert Middlemiss
Attendance : –  50,000
Referee : – R. Horrocks (Bolton)



22.02.1908 Friendly     Away    Drew    1-1    

George Hilsdon scored Chelsea’s goal in the 1-1 friendly draw at Stamford Bridge, with Max Seeburg netting for Tottenham with both goals coming in the first half.

Chelsea : –  Jack Whitley, Jock Cameron, Frank Lyon, George Henderson, James Stark, George Key, Billy Brawn, Kenneth McKenzie, George Hilsdon, Jimmy Windridge, Norman Fairgray.
Spurs : – Jack Whitbourne, John Chaplin, Burton, Steel, Walter Bull, Jabez Darnell, Bob Walker, James Pass, Max Seeburg, Arthur Pickett, Bert Middlemiss
Crowd : – ??
Ref. : –  – (-)



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