Spurs v Luton Town Match Reports
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07.10.2023
Premier League     Away    Won   1-0     For a match report, click here.
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11.03.1992 Division 1     Away    Drew   0-0.

Teams :
Luton Town –  .
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Terry Fenwick, Steve Sedgley, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh, Paul Allen, Andy Gray, David Howells, Paul Stewart, Gordon Durie, Paul Walsh (Gudni Bergsson)
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  11,494

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16.11.1991 Division 1     Home    Won   4-1

Teams :
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Gudni Bergsson, Steve Sedgley, Pat van den Hauwe, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh, Paul Allen, David Howells, Vinny Samways, Gary Lineker, Paul Walsh
Luton Town –  .
Attendance : –   27,543
Ref. : – David Frampton (Poole)
Linesmen : –  Mr. C. J. Henderson (Surrey); Mr. K. A. Leach (West Midlands)
Fourth Official : – Mr. L. S. Balbes (Middlesex)

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01.04.1991 Division 1     Away     Drew    0-0.

Teams :
Luton Town –  , .
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Mitchell Thomas, Pat van den Hauwe, David Tuttle, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, John Moncur, Vinny Samways, Nayim, Paul Stewart, Paul Walsh
Attendance : –  11,322
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

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22.12.1990 Division 1     Home    Won   2-1.  

Teams :
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Mitchell Thomas, Pat van den Hauwe, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Sedgley, David Howells, Paul Stewart, Paul Gascoigne, Nayim, Gary Lineker (Vinny Samways 75), Paul Walsh (Paul Allen 69)
Luton Town –  Alec Chamberlain, Marvin Johnson, Richard Harvey, Steve Williams, Darren McDonough (Dave Beaumont 84), John Dreyer, Lars Elstrup (Sean Farrell 63), David Preece, Iain Dowie, Ceri Hughes, Kingsley Black.
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  27,007

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02.12.1989 Division 1     Away    Drew     0-0

A flu virus hit the Tottenham squad ahead of their visit to Luton Town, but that did not stop Spurs dominating the game.

Hatters keeper Alec Chamberlain made good saves from Paul Stewart, David Howells and former Luton player Paul Walsh, but he reserved his best – a fine reflex save to keep out Gary Lineker’s acrobatic shot after 25 minutes.  Without much threat from the home team, Tottenham’s inability to find a way past Chamberlain left the game goal-less.

Teams :
Luton Town –  , , , , , , , , , , .
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Gudni Bergsson, Steve Sedgley, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Paul Gascoigne, David Howells, Vinny Samways, Paul Stewart, Gary Lineker (Paul Walsh)
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  12,620

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19.08.1989 Division 1     Home    Won   2-1.  

Teams :
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Gudni Bergsson, Terry Fenwick, Guy Butters, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Paul Gascoigne (Paul Walsh), David Howells, Vinny Samways (Steve Sedgley), Paul Stewart, Gary Lineker
Luton Town –  .
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  17,668

Match Sponsors : –  Directa UK and Enfield & St. Albans Co-Op.

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28.03.1989 Division 1     Away    Won     3-1.

Luton Town took the lead through Steve Foster but Spurs hit back to beat them 3-1 at Kenilworth Road with Paul Walsh, David Howells and Paul Gascoigne scoring to take the three points back to North London.

Teams :
Luton Town –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Terry Fenwick, Chris Hughton, Guy Butters, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Paul Gascoigne, David Howells, Chris Waddle, Paul Stewart, Paul Walsh
Subs not used :
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –   11,146

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26.12.1988 Division 1     Home    Drew     0-0

Spurs blew a great chance to win this home game against Luton Town when they were given a 19th minute penalty, but Terry Fenwick’s spot-kick was saved by Les Sealey, who got up quickly to deny Paul Stewart as he went for the rebound.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bobby Mimms, Gudni Bergsson, Terry Fenwick, Guy Butters, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Paul Gascoigne (Vinny Samways 46), Chris Waddle, Paul Stewart, Paul Walsh (Paul Moran 81)
Manager : – Terry Venables
Colour : –  White shirt, Navy blue shorts, white Socks
Kit supplier : –  Hummel
Luton Town –  Les Sealey, Rob Johnson, Harvey, David Preece, Steve Foster, Marvin Johnson, Danny Wilson, Roy Wegerle, Mick Harford, Ricky Hill, David Oldfield.
Unused subs : – Tim Breacker, John Dreyer.
Manager : – Ray Harford
Colours :-  All royal blue
Ref. : – Roger Wiseman (Borehamwood)
Linesmen : –  Mr. C. J. Henderson (Surrey) – Red trim; Mr. M. G. Wright (Essex) – Yellow trim
Reserve Official : – Mr. T. Flack (Herts)
Attendance : –   27,337

NOTE : –  Gudni Bergsson made his Spurs debut in this match.

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04.05.1988 Division 1     Home    Won   2-1

Steve Hodge’s goal gave Tottenham the lead after 30 minutes after initially being denied by Andy Dibble’s save, but he reacted well to knock the ball past the keeper at the second attempt.  When Ashley Grimes exchanged passes with David Oldfield, the Northern Ireland international found the net to make it 1-1 six minutes after Hodge’s opener.  It was in the 53rd minute that Gary Mabbutt hit a superb dipping volley that beat Dibble from 25 yards to score a goal worthy of winning any game.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bobby Mimms, Chris Fairclough, Terry Fenwick (Vinny Samways 46), Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Brian Statham, Paul Allen, Steve Hodge, Johnny Metgod, Chris Waddle, Clive Allen (Phil Gray 69)
Luton Town –  Andy Dibble, Tim Breacker, Rob Johnson, Robert Wilson, Steve Foster, Marvin Johnson, Emeka Nwajiobi, David Oldfield, Ian Allinson, Ashley Grimes, David Preece (Gary Cobb 71).
Sub. not used :
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  15,437

NOTE : –  Johnny Metgod, Clive Allen and Steve Hodge all made their last appearances for Tottenham in this match.

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21.11.1987 Division 1     Away    Lost   0-2

Two Ian Allinson goals condemned Tottenham to defeat by Luton Town.

Teams :
Luton Town –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –  Tony Parks, Chris Fairclough, Chris Hughton, Gary Mabbutt, Gary Stevens (Mitchell Thomas), Paul Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Steve Hodge, David Howells, Vinny Samways, Clive Allen (Shaun Close)
Subs not used :
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  10,091

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28.03.1987 Division 1     Away    Lost     1-3.

Teams :
Luton Town –  .
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Richard Gough, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Gary Stevens, Paul Allen, Nico Claesen, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Hodge (Ossie Ardiles), Chris Waddle, Clive Allen
Subs not used :
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –  13,447

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04.10.1986 Division 1     Away    Drew     0-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Richard Gough, Graham Roberts, Mitchell Thomas, Danny Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen (Ossie Ardiles), Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle, David Howells, Chris Waddle
Sub. not used :
Luton Town –  Alec Chamberlain, Johnson, Harvey, Williams, McDonagh (Beaumont 84), John Dreyer, Lars Elstrup (Farrell 63), David Preece, Iain Dowie, Ceri Hughes, Kingsley Black.
Sub. not used :
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –    22,738

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12.04.1986 Division 1     Away    Drew     1-1

The artificial pitch at Luton held no worries for a slick passing Tottenham team, who took a 19th minute lead through Clive Allen.  However they were denied all the points when Mike Newell managed to notch an equaliser in the final minute of the match.

Teams :
Luton Town –  Les Sealey, Richard Johnson, Mitchell Thomas, Peter Nicholas, Steve Foster, Mal Donaghy, Ricky Hill, Brien Stein, Mick Harford, Mike Newell, David Preece
Subs not used :  Tim Breacker
Spurs –   Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Miller, Gary Stevens, Paul Allen, Tony Galvin, Clive Allen, Mark Falco, Chris Waddle, John Chiedozie
Subs not used :
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –   13,141

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09.11.1985 Division 1     Home     Lost     1-3

Richard Cooke was the sole Tottenham scorer in a 1-3 defeat at home to Luton Town. Brian Stein, Mick Harford and Ricky Hill all scored to give Luton their biggest win at White Hart Lane.

Harford had given the Hatters a first half lead and then Brian Stein made it 2-0 in the 18th minute of the second half.  Richard Cooke got a Spurs goal when he seized on Mark Falco’s header on from Chris Waddle’s cross to give us the opportunity to claw something back, but with just over a minute left, Ricky Hill drilled a right foot shot past Ray Clemence to make it 3-1. 

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Gary Mabbutt, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman, Gary Stevens, Ian Crook (Richard Cooke), Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Mark Falco, David Leworthy.
Luton Town –  Les Sealey, Tim Breacker, Mitchell Thomas, Peter Nicholas, Steve Foster, Mal Donaghy, Ricky Hill, Brian Stein, Mick Harford, Emeka Nwajiobi, David Preece
Sub. not used :   Paul Elliott
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –   19,163

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02.02.1985 Division 1     Away    Drew     2-2.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Gary Mabbutt, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman, Gary Stevens, Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks, Mark Falco, John Chiedozie (Micky Hazard)
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

Attendance : –   17,511

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29.09.1984 Division 1     Home    Won     4-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman, Gary Stevens, Tony Galvin, Micky Hazard, Garth Crooks, Mark Falco, John Chiedozie
Luton Town –
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

Attendance : –   30,204

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14.04.1984 Division 1     Home    Won     2-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Tony Parks, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman, Gary Mabbutt, Danny Thomas, Tony Galvin (Gary Stevens), Micky Hazard, Steve Archibald, Mark Falco
Luton Town –
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

Attendance : –   25,390

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19.11.1983 Division 1     Away     Won     4-2

A fiercely fought, entertaining game saw Spurs emerge from Kenilworth Road with a 4-2 win over Luton Town.

Tottenham drafted in Richard Cooke for his debut to replace the injured Tony Galvin and it was the winger that opened the scoring, driving the ball in from Steve Perryman’s pass in the 32nd minute after an attack that saw a number of shots blocked by the home defence.  Spurs had already spurned a golden chance to lead, when awarded a penalty kick that Glenn Hoddle struck the foot of the post with and at the other end Ray Clemence was sharp to produce a save to keep out Brian’ Stein’s effort from the spot in the 55th minute.

The advantage was extended when Steve Archibald scored, but Stein then reduced the lead, scoring a spectacular goal in the 63rd minute, only to see Archibald pick out a shot that beat the keeper all ends up.  In a game that swung one way and then the other, Paul Walsh made it 3-2 with another goal for Luton, which saw them go all out for an equaliser.  However, it was Spurs who got the next goal and it came after other chances had been missed with Falco shooting too high and Archibald being denied a hat-trick by the post.  It was Tottenham’s other skinny winger Ally Dick that settled the match, doing well to take the ball forward on a sticky pitch and then burying his shot into the net for his first league goal for the club. 

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Danny Thomas, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman, Gary Stevens, Ally Dick, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Archibald, Mark Falco, Richard Cooke
Ref. : – Mr. L. M. Robinson (Sutton Coldfield)
Linesmen : –  Mr. S. Millidge – Red flag; Mr. R. J. Pardoe – Yellow flag
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –   17,275
Match Sponsor : – Wallspan Bedrooms
Match Ball Sponsor : –  Princess Packaging Ltd.

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15.01.1983 Division 1     Away    Drew     1-1

An unfortunate own goal by Gary O’Reilly in the first half handed Luton Town the lead at Kenilworth Road.

Fortunately, Spurs salvaged a point when substitute Glenn Hoddle scored within two minutes of coming on to level the score at 1-1.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Gary O’Reilly, Graham Roberts, Steve Perryman, Gary Mabbutt, Ossie Ardiles, Garry Brooke, Steve Archibald, Ricky Villa, Terry Gibson (Glenn Hoddle 72)
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

Attendance : –   21,231

Match sponsor : –  Wallspan Bedrooms
Mini-sponsors : – Cleandustrial Service Ltd (N13); Hertfordshire BTR.

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01.12.1982 League Cup Fourth Round     Home     Won     1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Gary O’Reilly, Graham Roberts, Paul Price, Gary Mabbutt, Tony Galvin, Steve Archibald, Ricky Villa, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks
Luton Town –  Jake Findlay, Kirk Stephens, Richard Money, Brian Horton, Clive Goodyear, Mal Donaghy, Ricky Hill, Brian Stein, Paul Walsh, Wayne Turner, David Moss
Unused sub. : – Raddy Antic
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

Attendance : –   27,861

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28.08.1982 Division 1     Home     Drew     2-2

Gary Mabbutt’s diving header gave Tottenham a great start after just three minutes and Micky Hazard made it 2-0 to Spurs, but a John Lacy own goal and a Brian Stein strike wiped out the lead and gave the Hatters a share of the points.

Teams :
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Miller, John Lacy, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Mabbutt, Tony Galvin, Steve Archibald, Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks
Luton Town –  Jake Findlay, Kirk Stephens, Richard Money, Brian Horton, Clive Goodyear, Mal Donaghy, Ricky Hill, Brian Stein, Paul Walsh, Raddy Antic, David Moss
Ref. : – – (-)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)

Attendance : –   35,195

NOTE : –  Gary Mabbutt was making his First Division debut for Spurs, with Paul Walsh was making his debut for Luton.

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22.02.1978 Division 1     Away    Won   4-1

Spurs headed the league table and ran out big winners at Kenilworth Road in this Division Two encounter.

The game had been postponed from the previous Saturday and Spurs were obviously keen to get going as two Glenn Hoddle goals put them ahead.  The midfielder’s first was a close range shot at the far post and his second, a trademark curling free-kick around the Luton defensive wall.

A Don McAllister header was unstoppable for the third goal and striker John Duncan netted a rasping volley to complete the Spurs scoring before Luton grabbed a late consolation goal.

Teams :
Luton Town –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Barry Daines, Terry Naylor, Jimmy Holmes, Glenn Hoddle, Don McAllister (Ian Moores), Steve Perryman (c), John Pratt, Neil McNab, John Duncan, Colin Lee, Peter Taylor
Ref. : – Allan Gunn (Burgess Hill, Sussex)
Linesmen : –  Mr. N. H. Benton – Red flag; Mr. D. A. Hedges – Yellow flag
Attendance : –  17,024

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24.09.1977 Division 2     Home     Won     2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Barry Daines, Terry Naylor, Jimmy Holmes, Glenn Hoddle, Keith Osgood, Steve Perryman (c), John Pratt, Neil McNab, John Duncan (Gerry Armstrong), Peter Taylor, Chris Jones
Luton Town –  Milija Aleksic, Paul Price, Steve Buckley, Dave Carr, John Faulkner, Paul Futcher, Jimmy Husband, Ricky Hill, Ron Futcher, Lil Fuccillo, Phil Boersma
Unused sub. : –  Graham Jones
Ref. : – Ray Lewis (Great Bookham)
Linesmen : –  Mr. . – (-); Mr. . – (-)
Fourth Official : – Mr. . – (-)
Attendance : –   32,814

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05.04.1975 Division 1     Home     Won     2-1

Spurs needed to win this match at home to Luton Town to have a chance to staying in the First Division.

A John Duncan goal put Spurs ahead in this tense match, with a shot that beat the grounded Keith Barber in goal and found the net at the Paxton Road end.  The tension heightened when Alan West quickly scored an equaliser for the Hatters.

With relegation looming for both sides, Tottenham gained a vital two points with a late goal from Alfie Conn that sent the crowd home very happy.  Conn’s run saw him take the ball around the keeper to slot the ball into an empty net, thus securing a vital win for Tottenham with just over six minutes remaining, although Luton were adamant that the Scot had been offside.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Keith Osgood, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, John Pratt, Steve Perryman
(c), Jimmy Neighbour (Martin Chivers), Alfie Conn, John Duncan, Chris Jones
Luton Town – 
Keith Barber, John Ryan, Stephen Buckley, Peter Anderson, John Faulkner, Paul Futcher, Jim Ryan, Jimmy Husband, Ron Futcher (Peter Spiring), Alan West (c), John Aston
Manager : – Harry Haslam
Ref. : – Mr. Peter Willis (Meadowfield, County Durham)
Linesmen : Mr. J. Roost (Somerset) – Red flag; Mr. R. Cocup (Kent) – Yellow flag
Attendance : –   25,796

Goal Times
First goal  –  18m 31s
Second goal  –  25m 32s
Third goal  –  83m 39s

Match sponsor : –  SKF (U.K.) Ltd.

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26.10.1974 Division 1     Away     Drew     1-1

Martin Chivers and John Aston exchanged goals to earn their sides a point in a 1-1 First Division draw on the first visit to Luton Town since 1960.

Only some good keeping from Luton keeper Keith Barber stopped striker John Duncan from scoring on his debut.  However, Martin Peters and Ralph Coates created a right wing cross to the far post took out the Luton keeper and defenders, leaving Martin Chivers to head home unmarked to give Spurs the lead in the 67th minute.  However, the home side were not to be denied and the Hatters pulled a late equaliser out of the bag when John Aston smashed the ball home with just three minutes left in the match.

Teams :
Luton Town –  Keith Barber, Don Shanks, Steve Thomson, Brian Chambers, Steve Litt, Alan Garner, Gordon Hindson, Rodney Fern, Peter Anderson, Alan West, John Aston

Unused sub. : –
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Terry Naylor, Cyril Knowles, Mike England, Steve Perryman, Jimmy Neighbour (Ralph Coates), Martin Peters (c), John Pratt, Martin Chivers, John Duncan
Unused sub. : – McGrath
Ref – Peter Reeves (Leicester)
Attendance : –   22,420

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02.04.1960 Division 1     Home     Drew     1-1

Top of the table Spurs hosted bottom of the table Luton Town but the plucky Bedfordshire club stymied Spurs by drawing 1-1.

Cliff Jones’ goal cancelled out one by Joe McBride for the visitors to share the points with Luton.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Dave Mackay, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Tony Marchi, Les Allen, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Tommy Harmer, John White
Luton Town – 
, , , , Allan Brown (c), , , ,
Attendance : –   39,462  

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14.11.1959 Division 1     Away     Lost     0-1

Bottom of the table Luton Town’s Irish international striker George Cummins scored the only goal of the game in the 15th minute to knock Tottenham off the top of the Division One league table.  

Teams :
Luton Town –  , , , , , , , , George Cummins, ,
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Dave Mackay, Peter Baker, Maurice Norman, Danny Blanchflower, Tony Marchi, Johnny Brooks, Bobby Smith, Tommy Harmer, John White, Terry Medwin
Attendance : –   22,528

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04.04.1959 Division 1     Home     Won     3-0

Tottenham met FA Cup semi-finalists Luton Town at White Hart Lane with both clubs in lowly First Division positions. When Bobby Smith smashed home a left footed shot in the 11th minute, it looked as though Spurs would go on to win the match comfortably. A goal-line clearance in the last minute of the first half by Ken Hawkes dropped kindly to Johnny Brooks, who hit the ball back past the keeper to make it 2-0.

Spurs had to wait until the last minute of the game to add a third, with Terry Medwin’s header sealing the win.

Luton keeper Ron Baynham had to play the second half with his hand bandaged after an injury in the first period.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Hollowbread, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Peter Baker, Danny Blanchflower, Jim Iley, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Johnny Brooks, Tommy Harmer
Luton Town – 
Ron Baynham, , Ken Hawkes, , , , , , , ,
Attendance : –   37,093

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15.11.1958 Division 1     Away     Won     2-1

Spurs took the points on their visit to Luton thanks to a late winner from Terry Medwin.  Spurs had gone ahead in the 11th minute from a goal by striker Dave Dunmore, but Luton pulled the score back level on 77 minutes, Billy Bingham netting the home goal, striking a spectacular shot.  However, with time ticking away, Medwin popped in the headed winner just five minutes from the end of the match. 

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  John Hollowbread, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Peter Baker, Danny Blanchflower, Jim Iley, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith, Dave Dunmore, Johnny Brooks, Tommy Harmer
Attendance : –   23,592

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22.03.1958 Division 1   Away     Drew     0-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Maurice Norman, Johnny Hills, John Ryden, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Johnny Brooks, Tommy Harmer
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   22,384

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23.11.1957 Division 1     Home     Won     3-1

Tottenham raced into a 3-0 lead inside 21 minutes through goals from Johnny Brooks and two from Terry Medwin, the first two coming in eight minutes of the kick off.  Brooks pounced on a rebound from the goalkeeper Ron Baynham to open the scoring after three minutes and then Brooks and Blanchflower linked to provide Terry Medwin with the opportunity to hit a low shot past the goalie.The third goal came about when a raking pass from George Robb put in Medwin to beat the keeper at his near post.  Smith had been giving the Luton centre-half Sid Owen a torrid time.

Spurs continued to pressure the Luton goal and both scorers and Robb all went close to adding to the tally.  George Cummins pulled one back for the Hatters, knocking the ball past Ditchburn from close in with four minutes left, but it was never enough to get them back into the match.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Peter Baker, Mel Hopkins, Danny Blanchflower, Maurice Norman, Johnny Ryden, Terry Medwin, Johnny Brooks, Bobby Smith, Tommy Harmer, George Robb
Luton Town –  Baynham, Owen, Cummins, Alan Brown.
Attendance : –  41,242

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02.02.1957 Division 1     Home     Won     3-1

Gordon Turner’s goal for Luton was not enough to stop Duquemin, Robb and Stokes’ goals winning the match for Tottenham.

Tottenham had Blanchflower and Smith missing due to injuries, but Walley and Duquemin stepped into their places.  Although there was a heavy playing surface, the game was played out at a fast pace, with Luton having the early chances, as Davies struck the bar and Pearce put the rebound wide of the goal.  However a tenth minute goal by George Robb from close range handed Tottenham the lead, and ten minutes before half-time, Spurs went 2-0 up when Alfie Stokes put the ball into the net in a goalmouth scramble.

There was another Spurs goal before half-time, when Len Duquemin beat a defender a minute last to score Tottenham’s third and when Baker fell in the penalty area and put his hand on the ball, Turner took advantage of the spot-kick to narrow the score-line to 3-1.  Both goalkeepers were kept busy in the second half, but there were no further goals.

Teams :
Luton Town –  Streten, Dunne, McNally, Morton, Owen, Shanks, Pearce, Gordon Turner, McLeod, Cummins, Davies

Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Peter Baker, Mel Hopkins, Ernie Walley, John Ryden, Tony Marchi, Terry Medwin, Tommy Harmer, Len Duquemin, Alfie Stokes, George Robb
Attendance : –   22,586
Referee : –  Mr. G. McCabe (Sheffield)

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22.09.1956 Division 1     Home     Won     5-0

A big win for Tottenham at home against Luton Town in the First Division came with a second half full of goals.

George Robb’s goal gave Spurs a half-time lead at White Hart Lane, but this gave no indication of what was to come.

Alfie Stokes made it 2-0 after the turnaround, then Seamus Dunne headed into his own goal and Robb hit a second of the match for him.  Tommy Harmer put away a penalty to make it a 5-0 rout for Spurs.

Teams :
Spurs – 
Ted Ditchburn, Peter Baker, Mel Hopkins, Danny Blanchflower, Harry Clarke, Tony Marchi, Terry Medwin, Tommy Harmer, Bobby Smith, Alfie Stokes, George Robb
Luton Town – 
, , Seamus Dunne, , , , , , ,
Attendance : –   58,960

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24.12.1955 Division 1     Home     Won     2-1

Christmas Eve morning was the time for Spurs to host Luton Town and earn a 2-1 win at the Lane.

Len Duquemin and Johnny Brooks scored the goals in the first half of the match, but Luton did pull a goal back in the second half through Gordon Turner.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ron Reynolds, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Harry Clarke, Tony Marchi, Danny Blanchflower, George Robb, Micky Dulin, Len Duquemin, Bobby Smith, Johnny Brooks
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   41,186

NOTE : – Bobby Smith made his Spurs debut.

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27.08.1955 Division 1     Away     Lost     1-2

The first ever First Division meeting between Spurs and Luton took place at Kenilworth Road and the home team won 2-1.

While Johnny Gavin had put Spurs ahead with a header in the first half, soon after the restart George Cummins levelled the score and then Gordon Turner fired in a shot that won the match in the last minute.

Teams :
Luton Town –  , , , , , , ,
George Cummins, Gordon Turner, ,
Spurs –   Ted Ditchburn, Charlie Withers, Mel Hopkins, Johnny Gavin, Harry Clarke, Tony Marchi, Danny Blanchflower, Alfie Stokes, Eddie Baily, George Robb, Johnny Brooks
Attendance : –   21,143

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11.03.1950 Division 2     Home     Drew     0-0

Despite being 12 points ahead at the top of the league, Spurs failed to produce their usual level of play and Luton Town left White Hart Lane with a 0-0 draw.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Charlie Withers, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Les Medley, Len Duquemin, Sonny Walters, Billy Rees, Eddie Baily
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   53,145 

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22.10.1949 Division 2     Away     Drew     1-1

Spurs were top of the table when they went to Kenilworth Road for a Second Division match.

Sonny Walters scored a goal in the first half, but George Stobart’s equaliser earned the Hatters a share of the points.

Teams :
Luton Town –   , , , , , , , ,
George Stobart,
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Charlie Withers, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Les Medley, Len Duquemin, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Attendance : –   27,319 

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19.03.1949 Division 2     Home     Won     2-1

Les Bennett’s two goals gave Tottenham a win over Luton, who got one goal from Bobby Brennan.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Bill Nicholson, Les Medley, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Ernie Jones, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   41,839

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23.10.1948 Division 2     Away     Drew     1-1

Billy Arnison and Eddie Baily scored goals in this 1-1 draw.

Teams :  –
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Arthur Willis, Vic Buckingham, Len Garwood, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Attendance : –  24,859

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05.04.1948 Division 2     Home     Lost     0-1

A single Mel Daniel strike won the match at White Hart Lane for Luton.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Horace Woodward, Bill Nicholson, Ken Flint, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Johnny Jordan, Eddie Baily
Luton Town –  , , , , , , Mel Daniel, ,

Attendance : – ,

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25.10.1947 Division 1     Away    Drew     0-0

Another record Luton crowd saw Spurs visit and leave with a point from a 0-0 draw.

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Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Horace Woodward, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Johnny Jordan
Attendance : –  26,496

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22.03.1947 Division 2     Home     Won     2-1

Luton Town suffered a 2-1 reverse when they went to White Hart Lane to play Spurs in the Second Division.

Tottenham’s opening goal from Freddie Cox was cancelled out in the first half by Eddie Duggan’s effort, but, fortunately, Ronnie Dix was in the right spot to net in the second half to secure a win for Spurs.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Arthur Willis, Vic Buckingham, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Ronnie Dix, Charlie Rundle
Luton Town –    , , , , , , , , , Eddie Duggan, ,

Attendance : –   36,160

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16.11.1946 Division 2     Away     Lost     2-3

Spurs visited Luton for the first post-war meeting between the two sides, played out in front of what was then a record crowd for the Hatters.

Tottenham were off to a flying start with Les Bennett scoring in the first minute, but Luton came back fighting, with goals from Dally Duncan, Hugh Billington and Eddie Duggan that put the home side 3-1 ahead at the interval.

George Foreman got a goal back for Spurs, but they could not force an equaliser.

Teams :
Luton Town –   , , , , , , , , “Dally” Duncan, Hugh Billington, Eddie Duggan.
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Arthur Willis, Horace Woodward, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, George Foreman, Freddie Cox, Les Bennett, Ronnie Dix
Attendance : –  26,362

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19.01.1946 Football League South     Home    Lost    2-3.

Teams :
Spurs –  Archie Hughes, Ralph Ward, Arthur Willis, Roy White, Fred Hall, Ron Burgess, Charlie Whitchurch, Jimmy Skinner, George Ludford, Ronnie Dix, Colin Lyman
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   13,108

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12.01.1946 Football League South     Away    Lost    1-3.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Archie Hughes, Arthur Willis, Bill Adams, Roy White, Ralph Ward, George Ludford, Les Stevens, Jimmy Skinner, Colin Lyman, Ronnie Dix, Les Medley
Attendance : –   9,528

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05.05.1945 Football League South     Home    Won    1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Archie Hughes, Ralph Ward, Arthur Willis, Roy White, Jack Chisholm, George Ludford, Sonny Walters, Pat Beasley, Charlie Burke, Albert Hall, Les Medley
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   5,984

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21.10.1944 Football League South     Away    Won    9-1.

This war-time game at home to Luton Town saw all the Spurs goals scored by guest players.

Huddersfield Town’s Pat Beasley scored the eighth Tottenham goal of the game, with the previous seven scored by Jack Rowley, who was a regular guest for Spurs during World War II.  Luton Town’s goal was scored by George H. Hunt, a guest who was registered with Barnsley.

Teams :
Spurs –  Archie Hughes, Ralph Ward, Arthur Willis, Roy White, Fred Hall, Charlie Burke, Sonny Walters, Les Howe, George Foreman, Ron Burgess, George Ludford
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   7,000

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12.02.1944 Football League South     Home    Won   8-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Ralph Ward, Bill Whatley, Arthur Willis, Jack Chisholm, Ron Burgess, Sonny Walters, Pat Beasley, Dick Rowley, Reg Mogford, Freddie Cox
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   11,468

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23.10.1943 Football League South     Away    Lost    2-4.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Ralph Ward, Bill Whatley, Roy White, Jack Chisholm, Ron Burgess, Pat Beasley, John Martin, Frank O’Donnell, George Ludford, Eric Jones
Attendance : –   3,000

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20.02.1943 Football League South     Home    Won    4-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Bill Whatley, Les Howe, Jack Chisholm, Fred Hall, Billy Sperrin, John Martin, George Ludford, Ronnie Dix, Pat Beasley
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   6,868

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14.11.1942 Football League South     Away    Drew    3-3.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Bill Whatley, Stanley Eastham, Jack Chisholm, Fred Hall, Eugene O’Callaghan, John Martin, Jack Gibbons, George Ludford, John Pattison
Attendance : –   3,500

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23.11.1940 This Football League South game was abandoned after an hour, because of an air raid siren.

Teams :
Spurs –  Wilf Saunders, Johnny Wallis, Bill Whatley, Roy White, Arthur Hitchins, Vic Buckingham, Ken Bennett, Eugene O’Callaghan, Browne, Andy Duncan, George Ludford
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   1,256

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02.11.1940 Football League South     Away    Drew    1-1.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Wilf Saunders, Johnny Wallis, Bill Whatley, Ron Burgess, Arthur Hitchins, Vic Buckingham, Jimmy Sperrin, Tom Paton, George Ludford, Andy Duncan, Eugene O’Callaghan

Attendance : –   1,100

NOTE : –  Wilf Saunders makes hid debut for Tottenham as a guest player from West Bromwich Albion.

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11.02.1939 Division 2     Home     Lost     0-1

Spurs were beaten 1-0 in the last league meeting with Luton Town at White Hart Lane before World War II.

Luton winger George Stephenson steamed in to net the only goal of the game to take both points back to Bedfordshire.

Teams :
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Arthur Hitchins, Ron Burgess, Albert Tomkin, Albert Hall, Fred Sargent, Willie Hall, Andy Duncan
Luton Town –  , , , , , , , , , , , George Stephenson

Attendance : –   30,704

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08.10.1938 Division 2     Away    Drew   0-0.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Albert Page, Isaac Spelman, Colin Lyman, Albert Hall, Fred Sargent, Johnny Morrison, Willie Hall
Attendance : –   21,061

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29.01.1938 Division 2     Home     Won     3-0

Tottenham’s home advantage paid off with a 3-0 win over Luton Town at the Lane.

Two Colin Lyman goals bookended one from Johnny Morrison to provide Spurs with what was a straightforward victory.

Teams :
Spurs –   Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley (c), Les Howe, Arthur Hitchins, Joe Meek, Colin Lyman, Fred Sargent, Johnny Morrison, Andy Duncan
Luton Town –  , , , , , Nelson (c), 

Attendance : –   29,806

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18.09.1937 Division 2     Away     Won     4-2

Luton hosted the first meeting of the two clubs in a league fixture, taking place in Division Two, with the game going Tottenham’s way with a 4-2 win.

Luton had taken the lead through Billy Redfearn, only for Les Miller and Johnny Morrison to reverse the advantage.  The Hatters levelled through Redfearn, but Morrison grabbed his second of the match to put Tottenham ahead again and when Freddie Sargent netted the fourth, it saw Spurs safely through to take both points.

Teams :
Luton Town –  Coen, Mackay, King, Fallowes, Nelson, Finlayson, Stevens, Hogg, Payne, Billy Redfearn, Griffiths.
Spurs –  Jack Hall, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, James Fullwood, Les Howe, Albert Page, Les Miller, Fred Sargent, Jack Gibbons, Johnny Morrison, Willie Hall
Colours : – Navy blue and white hooped shirts, Navy blue knickers
Ref. : –  T. Smith (Atherstone)
Linesmen : –  Mr. A. Sewell (Coventry) – Blue flag; Mr. J. E. Wildsmith (Leamington Spa) – Red flag
Attendance : –   23,788
Kick off 15.15
Luton wore numbers 1-11 and Spurs wore numbers 12 – 22

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28.01.1933 FA Cup Fourth Round     Away     Lost     0-2

This FA Cup Fourth Round tie saw Luton progress into the Fifth round courtesy of two goals from Alderson and Tait.

Teams :
Luton Town –  Joe Nicholls, Bill Felton, Bill Whatley, Davie Colquhoun, David Levene, Tom Meads, Willie Evans, Willie Davies, George Hunt, Willie Hall, Eugene O’Callaghan

Spurs –
Attendance : –   17,213

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14.04.1917 London Combination     Away    Lost    4-5.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, T Croft, Andy Ralston, William Lloyd, Jimmy Elliott, Jabez Darnell, Fanny Walden, Ted Bassett, Bert Bliss, Percy Barton, Billy Hawkins

Attendance : –   3,000

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03.03.1917 London Combination     Home (at Homerton)    Won    3-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Andy Ralston, William Lloyd, Charlie Rance, Percy Barton, Fanny Walden, Ted Bassett, Jimmy Banks, Cec Potter, Billy Hawkins
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   5,000

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09.12.1916 London Combination     Away    Won    3-1.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Andy Ralston, Jabez Darnell, Jimmy Elliott, Percy Barton, Fanny Walden, Ted Bassett, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss, Cec Potter
Attendance : –   5,000

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16.09.1916 London Combination     Home (at Highbury)    Lost    4-5.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, William Lloyd, Andy Ralston, Jimmy Elliott, Charlie Rance, Percy Barton, Tom Morris, Ted Bassett, George Travers, Bert Bliss, Sid Crowl
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –  6,000

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01.04.1916 London Combination  Second Competition     Away    Won    2-1

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Andy Ralston, Jimmy Elliott, Charlie Rance, Percy Barton, Tom Morris, Ted Bassett, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss, Bobby Steel

Attendance : –   3,000

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26.02.1916 London Combination  Second Competition     Home    Won    7-4.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, Bobby Steel, Tommy Clay, Jimmy Elliott, Charlie Rance, Jabez Darnell, Tom Morris, Ted Bassett, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss, Charlie Wilson
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   3,000

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08.02.1908 Southern League    Home    Lost      1-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Gordon Manning, John Chaplin, Ollie Burton, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, James Gray, Willie McNair, Arthur Pickett, Vivian Woodward, Bert Middlemiss, Bob Walker
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   11,000

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16.12.1907 Western League    Home    Won      2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Gordon Manning, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Jabez Darnell, Alf Whyman, Willie McNair, Fred Massey, Max Seeburg, Jimmy Pass, George Payne
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –    1,500

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09.12.1907 Western League    Away    Won      5-1.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Gordon Manning, Arthur Dixon, Ollie Burton, Tom Morris, Jabez Darnell, Ted Hughes, Alf Whyman, Joe Walton, Willie McNair, Jimmy Pass, George Payne
Attendance : –    Unknown

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12.10.1907 Southern League    Away    Lost      1-3.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Gordon Manning, John Chaplin, Ollie Burton, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Jabez Darnell, Joe Walton, Willie McNair, Harry Stansfield, Vivian Woodward, Jimmy Pass
Attendance : –   7,000

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25.03.1907 Southern League    Home    Lost      1-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jack Whitbourne, John Chaplin, John Wilkinson, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Billy Jones, Joe Walton, Arthur Pickett, Harry Stansfield, Charlie Hewitt, Bob Walker
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   9,000

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29.09.1906 Southern League    Away    Won      2-0.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Jack Whitbourne, John Chaplin, Alex Tait, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Willie Dow, John Brearley, Joe Walton, Jimmy Reid, Vivian Woodward, Charlie Hewitt

Attendance : –    20,000

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24.03.1906 Southern League    Away    Lost      0-2.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs – Jack Eggett, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Alf Whyman, John Brearley, Bill Berry, Alex Glen, Herbert Chapman

Attendance : –    10,000

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18.11.1905 Southern League    Home    Won   1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jack Eggett, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Joe Walton, Peter Kyle, Alex Glen, Vivian Woodward, Bill Murray
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –    22,000

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25.03.1905 Southern League    Home    Won   1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jack Eggett, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Jimmy McNaught, Jack Kirwan, Bill Berry, Charlie O’Hagan, Harry Stansfield, Herbert Chapman
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   7,000

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26.11.1904 Southern League    Away    Lost      0-1.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Jack Eggett, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Jack Kirwan, John Brearley, Joe Walton, Bill Berry, Charlie O’Hagan, Vivian Woodward

Attendance : –    8,000

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02.04.1904 Southern League    Home    Drew   1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, John Watson, Ollie Burton, Tom Morris, Allan Leach-Lewis, Jack Kirwan, Archie Turner, David Copeland, Vivian Woodward, Jack Jones
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –    10,000

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05.12.1903 Southern League    Away    Lost      2-3.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, Ollie Burton, Tom Morris, Jimmy McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, David Copeland, Vivian Woodward, Jack Jones, Alf Warner
Attendance : –    6,000

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21.03.1903 Southern League    Away    Lost      0-3.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, John Watson, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jimmy Chalmers, William Dryburgh, Vivian Woodward, John Burton, John Cameron, Alf Warner
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   6,000

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06.12.1902 Southern League    Home    Drew   1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, John Watson, Charlie Brown, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Barlow, David Copeland, Patrick Gilhooley, Vivian Woodward, Jack Jones
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   4,500

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12.04.1902 Southern League    Home    Drew   0-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, John Stephenson, Jimmy McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, Tom Fitchie, Jack Jones
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   6,000

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30.03.1902 Southern League    Away    Drew      0-0.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones
Attendance : –   3,000

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29.04.1901 Southern League    Away      Won      4-2.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  George Clawley, Jimmy Melia, William Buckingham, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, David Copeland, Alf Hawley, Joe Moffat
Attendance : –   4,000

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25.04.1901 Southern League    Home   Won      3-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  David Haddow, Jimmy Melia, William Buckingham, John Stephenson, Bob Stormont, Jack Kirwan, Alf Hawley, Arthur Jones, Joe Moffat, John Burton, Walter Moles
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   4,000

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19.12.1898 FA Cup Third Qualifying Round  Second Replay  (At Tuffnell Park)    Won     2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   8,000

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14.12.1898 FA Cup Third Qualifying Round Replay     Away     Drew   1-1.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Jimmy Melia, Harry Erentz, Bob Cain, Bob Stormont, Tom Smith, Bill Joyce, Tom Meade, Harry Bradshaw, Jack Jones, Kenny McKay
Attendance : –   4,000

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10.12.1898 FA Cup Third Qualifying Round      Home     Drew   1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Jimmy Melia, Harry Erentz, Bob Cain, Bob Stormont, Tom Smith, Bill Joyce, Harry Bradshaw, John Cameron, Jack Jones, Kenny McKay
Luton Town – 

Attendance : – ,

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19.09.1898 United League    Away     Won      4-3.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Harry Erentz, Jimmy McNaught, Bob Cain, Alex Hall, Bob Stormont, Tom Smith, Bill Joyce, James Hartley, John Cameron, Jack Jones, Kenny McKay
Attendance : –   Unknown

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05.09.1898 United League    Home     Won      1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Ambler, Jimmy Melia, Jimmy McNaught, Bob Cain, Bob Stormont, Tom Smith, Bill Joyce, Harry Bradshaw, John Cameron, Jack Jones, Kenny McKay
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –    5,000

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02.02.1898 United League    Home     Drew      2-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Joe Knowles, Jo
hn Montgomery, Harry Crump, Alex Hall, Bob Stormont, David Black, Bill Joyce, Jimmy Hartley, James “Tooty” Davidson, Jack Jones
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –  Unknown

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20.11.1897 FA Cup Second Qualifying Round    Home   Lost      3-4.

Teams :
Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Lycurgus Burrows, Joe Knowles, Harry Crump, Alex Hall, Bob Stormont, David Black, Bob Tannahill, Bill Joyce, Jimmy Hartley, Jack Jones
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   12,000

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11.10.1897 United League    Away     Lost      0-5.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Lycurgus Burrows, John Montgomery, Alex Hall, Bob Stormont, David Black, Bill Joyce, Jimmy Hartley, Ellis Hargreaves, James “Tooty” Davidson, Jack Jones

Attendance : –    Unknown

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10.04.1897 United League    Away     Lost      1-2.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs – Charlie Ambler, Stanley Briggs, Harry Crump, James Devlin, Jimmy Mair, Ralph McElhaney, Ernie Payne, Jimmy Allen, Willie Newbigging, Frank Wilson, Bob Clements

Attendance : –   2,500

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13.03.1897 United League    Home     Lost      1-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Ambler, Lycurgus Burrows, John Montgomery, Willie Almond, Harry Crump, James Devlin, Ralph McElhaney, Ernie Payne, Jimmy Allen, Bob Clements, Jimmy Milliken
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –   7,000

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16.01.1897 FA Cup Third Qualifying Round   Away   Lost      0-3.

Teams :
Luton Town –
Spurs –  Charlie Ambler, Lycurgus Burrows, John Montgomery, Willie Almond, Harry Crump, James Devlin, Ralph McElhaney, Ernie Payne, Willie Newbigging, Bob Clements, Jimmy Milliken

Attendance : –   5,000

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12.10.1895 FA Cup First Qualifying Round   Away     Won       2-1.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs – Charlie Ambler, Lycurgus Burrows, M. Owen, Stanley Briggs, Jimmy Collins, L. McKenzie, Ernie Payne, Peter Hunter, Harry Pryor, Bob Clements, John Shepherd
Attendance : –   2,000

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19.12.1894 FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round replay   Away   Lost      0-4.

Teams :
Luton Town – 

Spurs –  Charlie Ambler, Lycurgus Burrows, Jack Jull, Bill Julian, John Welham, Ernie Payne, Peter Hunter, Alf Coleman, Archie Cubberley, James Eccles, John Shepherd
Attendance : –   4,000

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15.12.1894 FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round    Home     Drew      2-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Ambler, Lycurgus Burrows, Jack Jull, Bill Julian, John Welham, Ernie Payne, Peter Hunter, Archie Cubberley, James Eccles, Donald Goodall, John Shepherd
Luton Town – 

Attendance : –    3,000

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