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

1893 London Welsh H Friendly 2 – 1
1899 Bolton Wanderers H Friendly 4 – 0
1901 Bristol Rovers A Western League 4 – 0
1905 Luton Town H Southern League 2 – 0
1911 Aston Villa A First Division 2 – 2
1916 Crystal Palace H London Combination 3 – 1
1922 Newcastle United H First Division 0 – 1
1933 Leeds United A First Division 0 – 0
1939 Arsenal A Football League South – Group A 1 – 2
1944 Clapton Orient A Football League South 2 – 0
1950 Newcastle United H First Division 7 – 0
1961 Sheffield Wednesday A First Division 0 – 0
1965 Hungarian Select XI H Friendly 4 – 0
1967 Chelsea H First Division 2 – 0
1970 Coventry City H League Cup R5 4 – 1
1972 Leicester City A First Division 1 – 0
1978 Chelsea A First Division 3 – 1
1989 Crystal Palace A First Division 3 – 2
1990 Everton A First Division 1 – 1
1995 Arsenal H Premier League 2 – 1
2017 Arsenal A Premier League 0 – 2

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
21 14 4 3 47 15
Home  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
10 9 0 1 30 5
Away  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
11 5 4 2 17 10
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
0 0 0 0 0 0
Biggest win on this day
7-0  Newcastle United  (First Division)  (Home)  1950
Biggest defeat on this day
0-2  Arsenal  (Premier League) (Away)  2017
Biggest score-line on this day
7-0  Newcastle United  (First Division)  (Home)  1950
Last win on this day
1995  2-1  Arsenal  (Premier League) (Home)
Last draw on this day
1990  1-1  Everton  (First Division) (Away)
Last defeat on this day
2017  0-2  Arsenal  (Premier League) (Away)

Teams we have played on this day

Arsenal 3
Chelsea 2
Crystal Palace 2
Newcastle United 2
Aston Villa 1
Bolton Wanderers 1
Bristol Rovers 1
Clapton Orient 1
Coventry City 1
Everton 1
Hungarian Select XI 1
Leeds United 1
Leicester City 1
London Welsh 1
Luton Town 1
Sheffield Wednesday 1

Notable Dates

1901 Smallest away crowd for a match against Bristol Rovers.
1917 Fred Hall, war-time guest centre-half 1944-1946, born.
1950 Tottenham’s biggest home win over Newcastle United with Les Medley grabbing a hat trick.
1956 Noel Brotherston, winger 1975-1976, born.
1965 The friendly in which Maurice Norman suffered a career ending injury – a broken leg in five places.
1970 First League Cup tie against Coventry City in which Martin Chivers scored a hat trick.
1983 Michael Dawson, defender 2005-2014, born.
1986 Philip Ifil, defender 2004-2008, born.

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.