Results
Tottenham’s score shown first; match reports accessible by clicking on opponent’s name, where available

1887 London Caledonians H East End Cup Semi-Final 1 – 0
1892 Luton Town A Friendly 1 – 3
1894 New Brompton A Friendly 3 – 3
1896 Woolwich Arsenal H Friendly 1 – 3
1898 Sunderland H Friendly 0 – 2
1903 Brentford H Western League 4 – 0
1904 Swindon Town A Southern League 0 – 0
1906 West Ham United H Western League 1 – 0
1910 Liverpool A First Division 0 – 2
1921 Sunderland A First Division 1 – 0
1927 Aston Villa H First Division 0 – 1
1932 Bury H Second Division 0 – 0
1937 Bury A Second Division 3 – 5
1938 Norwich City H Second Division 4 – 0
1949 Bradford Park Avenue A Second Division 1 – 1
1951 Fulham H Second Division 2 – 1
1952 FC Austria  (Austria) Brussels Friendly 2 – 2
1955 Cardiff City A First Division 2 – 1
1960 Bolton A First Division 1 – 2
1966 Sunderland A First Division 0 – 2
1977 Everton A First Division 0 – 4
1983 Northerners (Jersey) Jersey Friendly 6 – 1
1984 Wimbledon A Dave Bassett Testimonial 5 – 0
1988 Nottingham Forest H First Division 1 – 1
1989 Liverpool H First Division 1 – 2
1994 Everton A Premier League 1 – 0

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
26 10 6 10 41 36
Home Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
11 5 2 4 15 10
Away Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
13 4 3 6 18 23
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
2 1 1 0 8 3
Biggest win on this day
6-1   Northerners  (Friendly) (Jersey)  1983
5-0   Wimbledon  (Dave Beasant Testimonial) (Away)  1984
Biggest defeat on this day
0-4  Everton (First Division) (Away)  1977
Biggest score-line on this day
3-5  Bury  (Second Division) (Home)  1937
Last win on this day
1994  1-0  Everton (Premier League) (Away)
Last draw on this day
1988  1-1  Nottingham Forest (First Division) (Home)
Last defeat on this day
1989  1-2  Liverpool (First Division) (Home)

Teams we have played on this day

Sunderland 3
Bury 2
Everton 2
Liverpool 2
Arsenal/Woolwich Arsenal 1
Aston Villa 1
Bolton Wanderers 1
Bradford Park Avenue 1
Brentford 1
Cardiff City/Cardiff 1
FC Austria (Austria) 1
Fulham 1
Gillingham/New Brompton 1
London Caledonians 1
Luton Town 1
Norwich City 1
Nottingham Forest 1
Northerners (Jersey) 1
Swindon Town 1
West Ham United 1
Wimbledon 1

Notable Dates

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1887 The match was given as a 1-0 win for Spurs who won the toss, kicked off and scored against their opponents who did not turn up !!  The match was ordered to be replayed though.
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1903 Smallest home crowd for a match against Brentford = 1,000
George Fredericks plays his last game for Tottenham and scores his only goal.
Bob Houston scores his last goal for Spurs.
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1906 Left back William Hickling makes only appearance for the club in front of the smallest crowd to watch a home match against West Ham United = 1,000
Alf Whyman scores his first goal for the club.
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1910 David Brown plays his first and last game for Spurs at centre forward in Tottenham’s first game away at Liverpool.
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1911 Johnny Morrison, centre forward 1932-1946, born.
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1916 Bill Edrich, winger 1935-1937, born.
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1921 Andy Thompson takes his place in the forward line for the first time for the club.
This was Tottenham’s first away win against Sunderland and was achieved with full back Tom Clay in goal after injury to their usual keepers.
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1932 John Reddish plays the last game of his Tottenham career.
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1937 Highest number of goals scored in a match between the two sides.
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1938 Equal highest winning margin in a home match against Norwich City.
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1948 Ken Flint makes his debut in the outside left position.
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1966 Left back John Collins and centre half Roger Hoy make their Tottenham debuts.
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1977 Spurs’ biggest away defeat at Everton.
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1989 Terry Fenwick gets his first Tottenham goal from the penalty spot.
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2010 Tottenham complete the signing of Brazilian midfielder Sandro, who will arrive at the club during the summer.
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2023 Head Coach Antonio Conte leaves the club by mutual consent.
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Information gathered from “Spurs – A Day-To-Day Life” by Graham Betts, Spurs Handbooks,
“Spurs – A Complete Record” and “The Spurs Alphabet” both by Bob Goodwin and other sources.