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

1905 Testgyakoraborora (Hungary) A (Budapest) Friendly 12 – 1
1911 Hertha Berlin FC (Germany) A (Berlin) Friendly 4 – 1
1921 Fulham N (Camberley) RMC (Sandhurst) War Memorial Fund 4 – 0
1950 Hanover Arminia (Germany) A (Hanover) Friendly 3 – 0
1977 Leicester City H First Division 2 – 0
1979 West Bromwich Albion H First Division 1 – 0
1981 Manchester City Wembley FA Cup Final Replay 3 – 2
1983 Stoke City H First Division 4 – 1
1985 Sheffield Wednesday H First Division 2 – 0
1993 Enfield A Eddie Baily Testimonial 5 – 1
1995 Leeds United H Premier League 1 – 1
2000 Sunderland H Premier League 3 – 1
2017 Manchester United H Premier League 2 – 1


Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
13 12 1 0 45 9
Home Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
7 6 1 0 15 4
Away Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
4 4 0 0 23 3
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
2 2 0 0 7 2
Biggest win on this day
12-1   Testgyakoraborora  (Friendly) (Away)  1905
Biggest defeat on this day
Biggest score-line on this day
12-1   Testgyakoraborora  (Friendly) (Away)  1905
Last win on this day
2017  2-1  Manchester United  (Premier League) (Home)
Last draw on this day
1995  1-1  Leeds United  (Premier League) (Home)
Last defeat on this day

Teams we have played on this day

Enfield 1
Fulham 1
Hanover Arminia (Germany) 1
Hertha Berlin FC (Germany) 1
Leeds United 1
Leicester City 1
Manchester City 1
Manchester United 1
Sheffield Wednesday 1
Stoke City 1
Sunderland 1
Testgyakoraborora (Hungary) 1
West Bromwich Albion 1

Notable Dates

1875 Bob Clements, inside forward 1894-1898, born.

1877 Tom Meade, forward 1897-1899, born.

1977 Jimmy Holmes scores his first goal for Tottenham on the day that Tottenham’s relegation to the Second Division was confirmed.

1981 One of the finest matches played at Wembley and one of the finest goals scored at the famous old ground made this a night to remember for Spurs fans, as the club lifted the trophy in the 100th FA Cup Final.

1983 Steve Archibald scores a hat trick to assist in a 4-1 win over the Potters.
John Lacy plays his last game for the club.

1993 A match that was staged to commemorate the great service that Eddie Bailey had given to Spurs as a player and assistant manager was overshadowed by events off the pitch as it was the day that news broke that Terry Venables had been sacked by Tottenham as Chief Executive of the club.   This was to begin a long and unseemly court battle (played out mainly in the press) between Venables and Sugar that tore the club into two for a long time.  Other consequences that came out of this rift were the “bung” allegations of under-hand payments to ease transfers, the fine for financial irregularities at the club prior to Sugar taking control and the loss of some of the players who supported Venables who would not stay at the club while Sugar was in charge.

1995 Andy Turner plays his last match for Tottenham.

2000 David Ginola’s 100th League and last appearance for Spurs.

2017 Tottenham’s win over Manchester United sealed second place in the Premier League and an unbeaten home league season in the last ever match at the White Hart Lane stadium.

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.