Full results history of Spurs v Port Vale
(Spurs score first; Goal times and opposition scorers given where known)


Date Venue Competition Score Spurs Scorers Port Vale Scorers Attendance

08.11.2006 H League Cup R4 3 – 1 [a.e.t.] Huddlestone 80, Huddlestone 98, Defoe 107 Constantine 64 34,560

30.01.1988 A FA Cup R4 1 – 2 Ruddock 64 Walker 13, Sproson 25 20,045

29.01.1955 H FA Cup R4 4 – 2 Gavin, Duquemin, Brooks, Brooks 50,414

01.02.1936 A Division 2 5 – 1 Sargent, Morrison, Morrison, Morrison, W. Evans 10,770

28.09.1935 H Division 2 5 – 2 Howe, Howe, Morrison, Morrison, Morrison Birks, Baker (p) 32,872

18.03.1933 A Division 2 1 – 1 W. Evans (p) 14,588

05.11.1932 H Division 2 4 – 0 O’Callaghan, Hunt, Hunt, Hunt, W. Evans (p) 33,071

02.04.1932 A Division 2 3 – 1 Hunt, Greenfield 2 7,682

21.11.1931 H Division 2 9 – 3 Lyons (p), Colquhoun, Davies, Davies, Davies, Brain, Brain, Hunt, Hunt 22,226

04.04.1931 A Division 2 0 – 3 14,290

29.11.1930 H Division 2 5 – 0 Harper, Harper, Harper, Harper, Cook 23,609

09.02.1929 H Division 2 4 – 2 Barnett. Osborne, Osborne, Dimmock 21,342

29.09.1928 A Division 2 1 – 2 Osborne 12,502

10.11.1919 H Division 2 2 – 0 Smith, Bliss 28,603

27.10.1919 A Division 2 1 – 0 Cantrell 17,000

 

Complete record of Spurs v Port Vale results :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
 15 11 1 3 48 20

Home :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
8 8 0 0 36 10

Away :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
 7 3 1 3 12 10

Breakdown by competition

Second  Division :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
Home  6 6 0 0 29 7
Away  6 3 1 2 11 8
Total  12 9 1 2 40 15

FA Cup :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
Home  1 1 0 0 4 2
Away  1 0 0 1 1 2
Total  2 1 0 1 5 4

League Cup :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
Home 1 1 0 0 3 1
Away 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 1 1 0 0 3 1

Spurs v Port Vale Stats

Number of games since a defeat =  1 (30.01.1988)
Number of games since a win =  0 (08.11.2006)
Number of games since a draw = 4 (18.03.1933)

Biggest home win =  9 – 3 on 21.11.1931
Biggest away win = 5 – 1 on 01.02.1936
Biggest home defeat = N/A
Biggest away defeat = 0 – 3 on 04.04.1931
Highest aggregate of goals in a match = 12  –  9-3 on 21.11.1931

Biggest home crowd = 50,414 on 29.01.1955
Smallest home crowd = 21,342 on 09.02.1929
Biggest away crowd = 20,045 on 30.01.1988
Smallest away crowd = 7,682 on 02.04.1932

Longest sequence without scoring = 1 game (04.04.1931)
Longest sequence without conceding = 2 games (27.10.1919 to 01.11.1919)
Longest sequence without a loss = 7 games (21.11.1931 to 29.01.1955)
Longest sequence without a win = 1 game (29.09.1928; 04.04.1931, 18.03.1933 and 30.01.1988)

Most goals in a game for Spurs against Port Vale = 4  –  Ted Harper on 29.11.1930.

Hat-tricks scored by Spurs against Port Vale :
Willie Davies on 21.11.1931
George Hunt on 05.11.1932
Johnny Morrison on 28.09.1935 and 01.02.1936

 

Tottenham’s goal-scorers against Port Vale


Number of goals

Scorer


6 Morrison, GS Hunt

5

4 Harper.

3 Osborne, Willie Davies, W. Evans

2 Brain, Greenfield, Howe, Brooks, Huddlestone.

1 Cantrell, Bert Smith, Barnett, Dimmock, Billy Cook, Colquhoun, Lyons, O’Callaghan, Sargent,  Duquemin, Gavin, Ruddock, Defoe.


Spurs v Port Vale Match Reports
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08.11.2006 League Cup Fourth Round    Home    Won 3-1 (after extra time); 1-1 at 90 minutes.

For a match report, click here.

Attendance : –  34,560
Ref. : – Steve Bennett (Kent)


30.01.1988

A shock FA Cup win for Port Vale shocked multi-talented Tottenham at Vale Park in this Fourth Round meeting.A sprightly start by Tottenham go close when Clive Allen set up Chris Waddle to poke a shot narrowly wide, but the game soon turned in Vale’s favour.  On a heavy pitch, Port Vale tore into Spurs and Ray Walker put Vale ahead in the 13th minute, latching onto a pass from Gary Ford to fire it into the top corner of Tony Parks’ goal from 25 yards out.  Phil Sproson put the Valiants 2-0 ahead in 25 minutes as a long free-kick into the Tottenham box was chested down by Darren Beckford and was struck into the roof of the net by the left foot of the midfielder.  Only a very good diving save by Parks prevented a Beckford diving header extending the home side’s lead further.

Even though 19 year old Neil Ruddock’s first goal for the club – heading in Waddle’s right wing free-kick – pulled a goal back for Spurs in the 65th minute, Terry Venables’ team never looked like overcoming the determined Port Vale side, who sat seventh bottom from the old Division Three, despite Clive Allen and Gary Mabbutt going close towards the end.

Teams :
Port Vale –  Grew, Steggles, Hughes, Walker, Hazell, P. Sproson, Ford, Earle, Riley, Beckford (Finney), Cole.
Subs not used :
Spurs –   Parks, Hughton (D. Howells 60), M. Thomas, Ruddock, Faiclough, Mabbutt (c), P. Allen, C. Allen, Waddle, Fenwick, Moran
Subs not used :  Statham
Attendance : –   20,045


29.01.1955 A Fourth Round FA Cup tie saw both teams take to the White Hart Lane pitch in striped shirts.  Tottenham wore blue and white stripes, while Vale sported red and white stripes. Tottenham took a quick 2-0 lead as Alf Ramsey and Eddie Baily carved out a chance for Johnny Brooks to hit a 20 shot that swerved in on five minutes, before Brooks netted the second ten minutes later when keeper Ray King palmed out Len Duquemin’s shot in front of goal.

Port Vale brought the score back to 2-1 when Ken Griffiths got a 23rd minute goal, but the two goal gap was restored when Duquemin netted just before the half-time whistle.

Griffiths got his second of the game ten minutes after the break, but Johnny Gavin put Tottenham through when he headed a fourth goal towards the end of the game.

Teams :
Spurs –   Reynolds, Ramsey, Hopkins, Blanchflower, Clarke, Marchi, Gavin, Baily, Brooks, Duquemin, Robb
Port Vale –   King, Turner, Potts, Mullard, Hayward, R. Sproson, Askey, Leake, Smith, Griffiths, Cunliffe.
Attendance : –   50,414


01.02.1936 Second Division     Away   Won    5-1Teams :
Port Vale –  .
Spurs –   Taylor, Channell, Whatley, Howe, Rowe, Phypers, Wille Evans, Sargent, Morrison, Willie Hall, Almer Hall
Attendance : –   10,770

28.09.1935 Spurs took a half-time 4-1 lead through goals from braces from Les Howe and Johnny Morrison, with Vale’s goal coming from Birks.Morrison went on to complete his hat-trick in the second half with Baker converting a late penalty to reduce the final score to 5-2.

Teams :
Spurs –   Hooper, Channell, Fullwood, Howe, Rowe, Phypers, Willie Evans, McCormick, Morrison, Hall, Andy Duncan
Port Vale –  Baker, Birks.
Attendance : –   32,872


18.03.1933 Second Division     Away   Drew    1-1. Teams :
Port Vale –  .
Spurs –  Nicholls, Felton, Whatley, Rowe, Meads, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, McCormick, Hunt, Brain, Willie Hall
Attendance : –   14,588

05.11.1932 Second Division     Home   Won    4-0. Teams :
Spurs –  Nicholls, Felton, Whatley, Colquhoun, Howe, Rowe, Meads, Willie Evans, Hunt, O’Callaghan, Greenfield
Port Vale –  .
Attendance : –    33,071

02.04.1932 Second Division     Away   Won    3-1. Teams :
Port Vale –  .
Spurs – 
Taylor, Felton, Poynton, Rowe, Meads, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, Willie Davies, George Hunt, Brain, Greenfield
Attendance : –  7,682

21.11.1931 The Second Division game against Port Vale at White Hart Lane was the first time that Spurs scored nine goals in a League game.

Spurs had just missed out on promotion at the end of the previous season, but the new season was proving a big disappointment ,although they had won their previous home game by 6-2 against Swansea.

Prior to the game Port Vale were above Spurs in the League table but Spurs ran out convincing winners.  Centre forward George Hunt scored twice and the rest of the goals came from the right side of the team.  Right winger Willie Davies scored a hat-trick, inside right Jimmy Brain claimed two, while right half Dave Colquhoun and right back Albert Lyons scored one each, Lyons netting from the penalty spot. Teams :
Spurs – 
  Taylor, Lyons, Hodgkinson, Colquhoun, Rowe, Alsford, Willie Evans, Willie Davies, George Hunt, Brain, O’Callaghan
Port Vale –  .
Attendance : –  22,226


04.04.1931 Second Division     Away   Lost    0-3. Teams :
Port Vale –  .
Spurs – Spiers, Lyons, Hodgkinson, Skitt, Messer, Meads, Smailes, Willie Davies, Rowley, Osborne, Cook
Attendance : –   14,290

29.11.1930 Second Division     Home   Won    5-0.Teams :
Spurs –  Spiers, Lyons, Hodgkinson, Skitt, Messer, Meads, Dimmock, Willie Davies, Harper, O’Callaghan, Cook
Port Vale –  .
Attendance : –   23,609

09.02.1929 Second Division     Home   Won    4-2. Teams :
Spurs –  Spiers, Forster, Poynton, Lowdell, Wilding, Grimsdell, Dimmock, Barnett, Osborne, O’Callaghan, Smy
Port Vale –  .
Attendance : –   21,342

29.09.1928 Second Division     Away   Lost    1-2.Teams :
Port Vale –  .
Spurs –  Nicholls, Bann, Richardson, Lowdell, Grimsdell, Osborne, Thompson, O’Callaghan, Scott, Handley, Elkes
Attendance : –   12,502

10.11.1919 Spurs saw off Port Vale 2-1 at the Lane, with goals from Bert Bliss and Bert Smith as the team marched on to the title that season. Teams :
Spurs –  Jacques, Goodman, Pearson, Rance, Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Chipperfield, Walden, Cantrell, Minter, Bliss
Port Vale –  Lockett
Attendance : –   28,603

27.10.1919 Spurs beat Port Vale, who had joined the league to take the place of Leeds City and fulfil their fixtures.Jimmy Cantrell hit the only goal of the game at the Old Recreation Ground at Bryan Street, Hanley, as Vale struggled on the first game of their League return.

Teams :
Port Vale – 

Spurs –  Jacques, Goodman, Pearson, Rance, Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Chipperfield, Walden, Cantrell, Minter, Bliss
Attendance : –   17,000