Results
(match reports accessible by clicking on opponent’s name, where available)

1885 Silesia College A Friendly 4 – 3
1891 Grange Park H Friendly 4 – 2
1896 Gravesend A Southern League 3 – 1
1898 Gravesend United H Thames & Medway League 3 – 1
1900 Reading H Friendly 1 – 1
1903 Reading A Southern League 2 – 2
1904 Millwall A Western League 2 – 3
1906 Southampton A Western League 0 – 2
1908 Derby County H Second Division 0 – 0
1910 Chelsea A London Professional Football Charity Fund 3 – 0
1914 Newcastle United A First Division 0 – 4
1925 Blackburn Rovers H First Division 4 – 2
1931 Chesterfield A Second Division 2 – 4
1936 Sheffield United H Second Division 2 – 2
1942 Aldershot H Football League South 4 – 0
1953 Bolton Wanderers A First Division 0 – 2
1959 Burnley H First Division 1 – 1
1970 Derby County A First Division 1 – 1
1972 Middlesbrough A League Cup R3 1 – 1
1973 Grasshoppers Zurich (Switzerland) H UEFA Cup R1 2L 4 – 1
1981 Nottingham Forest H First Division 3 – 0
1984 SC Braga (Portugal) H UEFA Cup R1 2L 6 – 0
1987 Sheffield Wednesday H First Division 2 – 0
1992 Queens Park Rangers A Premier League 1 – 4
1993 Everton H Premier League 3 – 2
1998 Derby County A Premier League 1 – 0
1999 Leicester City H Premier League 2 – 3
2009 Bolton Wanderers A Premier League 2 – 2
2013 Anzhi Makhachkala (Russia) A Europa League Group K 2 – 0
2018 Barcelona (Spain) H (Wembley) Champions League Group B 2 – 4

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
30 14 8 8 65 47
Home  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
15 9 4 2 41 18
Away  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
15 5 4 6 24 29
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
0 0 0 0 0 0
Biggest win on this day
6-0  SC Braga (Portugal)  (UEFA Cup) (Home)  1984
Biggest defeat on this day
0-4  Newcastle United (First Division) (Away)  1914
Biggest score-line on this day
4-3  Silesia College  (Friendly) (Away)  1885
Last win on this day
2-0  2013  Anzhi Makhachkala (Russia)  (Europa League) (Away)
Last draw on this day
2-2  2004  Bolton Wanderers  (Premier League) (Home)
Last defeat on this day
2-4  2018  Barcelona  (Champions League) (Home – Wembley)

Teams we have played on this day

Derby County 3
Bolton Wanderers 2
Reading 2
Aldershot 1
Anzhi Makhachkala (Russia) 1
Barcelona (Spain) 1
Blackburn Rovers 1
SC Braga (Portugal) 1
Burnley 1
Chelsea 1
Chesterfield 1
Everton 1
Grange Park 1
Grasshoppers Zurich (Switzerland) 1
Gravesend 1
Gravesend United 1
Leicester City 1
Middlesbrough 1
Millwall/Millwall Athletic 1
Newcastle United 1
Nottingham Forest 1
Queens Park Rangers 1
Sheffield United 1
Sheffield Wednesday 1
Silesia College 1
Southampton/St. Mary’s 1

Notable Dates

1885  Possibly the first game played under the name of Tottenham Hotspur.
1904 Half-back Walter Bull and inside-forward Charlie O’Hagan makes their debuts for Spurs.
1906 Goalkeeper Matt Reilly plays his first game for Tottenham.
Bill Berry plays his last game for the club.
1908 First match against Derby County.
1923 Johnny Wallis MBE – player, A and reserve team manager, trainer, physiotherapist, kit manager, member of groundstaff, 1936-1994, born.
1931 Equal biggest away defeat by Chesterfield.
1932 Alfie Stokes, striker 1952-59, born.
1959 Bill Dodge makes his final Tottenham appearance. 
1972 Spurs first meeting with Middlesbrough in the League Cup.
1981 Mike Hazard scores his first goal in a Spurs shirt.
Ossie Ardiles plays his 150th game for Tottenham.
1992 Terry Fenwick plays his last match in a Tottenham shirt.
1993 David Kerslake’s first appearance for the club.
Darren Caskey gets his first Spurs goal.
1998 Sol Campbell is involved in a scuffle in the tunnel after the match and a Derby County steward ends up injuring his wrist.  Charges are pressed against Campbell, but he is cleared by the courts and the FA too.
2009 Vedran Corluka and Niko Kranjcar both score their first goals for Tottenham.
2018 Erik Lamela’s goal was the 8,000th in the competition’s history.

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.