Alternative History

To be written.

 

Famous Players : –  Ian Botham, Billy Sharp, Charlie Lemons, Stanley Orange, Ray (Saint) Clemence, Jack Brownsword

Famous Fans : – 


Club Records


Formed 1904

Turned Professional 1912

Became a Limited Company 1912

Previous Names Scunthorpe & Lindsey United = 1910-1958

Previous Grounds Old Showground = 1899-1988

Nickname The IRON

Club Colours Home : 
Away : 
Third : 

Record Football League Win 8-1  v  Luton Town (Division 3)   24.04.1965
8-1  v  Torquay United  (Division 3)   28.10.1995

Record Cup Win 9-0  v  Boston United  (Round 1)  21.11.1953

Record Football League Defeat 0-8  v  Carlisle United (Division 3 North)  25.11.1952

Record Fee paid £700,000 to Hibernian for Rob JONES (July 2009)

Record Fee received £2,500,000 from Glasgow Celtic for Gary HOOPER  (August 2010)
£2,500,000 from Sheffield United for Billy SHARP  (4 July 2007)

Record Appearances 783 – Jack BROWNSWORD (1947-1965)

Record League Appearances 507 – Jack BROWNSWORD (1950-1965)

Record goal-scorer in a league season 31 – Barrie THOMAS  (1961-62)  Division Two

Record goal-scorer in a season

Record goal-scorer 121 – Steve CAMMACK  (1979-1981 & 1982-1986)

Record League goal-scorer 110 – Steve CAMMACK  (1979-1981 & 1981-1986)

Most goals in one match 5 – Barrie THOMAS  v  Luton Town  (Division 3)  24.04.1965

Record Home attendance  –  Old Showground 23,935  v  Portsmouth   30.011954 (FA Cup)

Record Home attendance  –  Glanford Park 9,077  v  Manchester United   22.09.2010 (League Cup)

Record of total goals in a league season  

Record number of league points 2 points for a win : –  66  (Division 3 North)  1956-1957 & 1957-1958
3 points for a win : –  91  (League One)  2006-2007

Most capped player while at the club Grant McCANN  (Northern Ireland)  12 caps

Youngest Player Joey DAWSON  –  16 year and 75 days  v  Derby County   13.08.2019

Oldest Player Finley SHRIMPTON  –  51 years

 


Stadium Details

Address : –  Glanford Park, Jack Brownsword Way, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire DN15 8TD

Telephone :   01724 747670
Ticket Office :  01724 747670

Capacity :  9,088
Away Allocation :  1,700
Pitch size :  102.4
m x 65.8m (112 yards x 72 yards)

Official website :  scunthorpe-united.co.uk

Directions

There are good directions to Molineux on the Scunthorpe United website and more information on the Away Games website.

Full results history of Spurs v Scunthorpe United
(Spurs score first; goal times and opposition scorers given where known)

Date Venue Competition Score Spurs Scorers Scunthorpe United Scorers Attendance

 10.01.1987 H FA Cup R3 3 – 2 Mabbutt 19, Claesen 57, Waddle 78 Johnson 22, de Mange 87 19,339

12.01.1952 A FA Cup R3 3 – 0 Baily, Duquemin, Duquemin
22,652

 

Friendlies

Date Venue Competition Score Spurs Scorers Scunthorpe United Scorers Attendance

 03.08.1982 A Friendly 5 – 0 Falco, Falco, Gibson, Gibson, Roberts ,

..1951 A Festival of Britain Friendly 0 – 0
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Complete record of Spurs v Scunthorpe United results :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
 2 2 0 0 6 2

Home :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
1 0 0 3 2

Away :

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
 1 1 0 0 3 0

Breakdown by competition

FA Cup :

  Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
Home  1 1 0 0 3 2
Away  1 1 0 0 3 0
Total  2 2 0 0 6 2

Spurs v Scunthorpe United Facts

Number of games since a defeat =   N/A
Number of games since a win = 0   (10.01.1987)
Number of games since a draw = N/A

Biggest home win =  3 – 2 on 10.01.1987
Biggest away win = 3 – 0 on 12.01.1952
Biggest home defeat = N/A
Biggest away defeat = N/A
Highest aggregate of goals in a match = 5  –  3-2 on 10.01.1987

Biggest home crowd = 19,339 on 10.01.1987
Smallest home crowd = N/A
Biggest away crowd = 22,652 on 12.01.1952
Smallest away crowd = N/A 

Longest sequence without scoring = 0 games
Longest sequence without conceding = 1 game (12.01.1952)
Longest sequence without a loss =  2 games (12.01.1952 to 10.01.1987)
Longest sequence without a win = N/A

Most goals in a game for Spurs against Scunthorpe United = 2  –  Len Duquemin on 12.01.1952.


Tottenham’s goal-scorers against Scunthorpe United
 

Number of goals

Scorer


2 Duquemin.

1 Baily, Mabbutt, Waddle, Claesen.

 

Spurs v Scunthorpe United Match Reports
[this page is under-going construction – please bear with MEHSTG as we try to complete this mammoth task for all our opponents.]


10.01.1987 FA Cup Third Round   Home    Won    3-2.

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Teams :
Spurs –  Clemence, Gough, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Claesen, Hoddle, Hodge, Waddle, Clive Allen
Manager : – David Pleat
Scunthorpe United –  Ron Green, Billy Russell, Julian Broddle, Dave Hill, Richard Money, Steve Lister, Paul Longden, Mark Atkins, Ken de Mange, David McLean (Alan Birch), Steve Johnson.
Manager : – Frank Barlow
Attendance : –  19,339
Ref. : –  David Axcell (Southend)
Linesmen : –  Mr. J. E. Clarke (Essex) (Red trim); Mr. D. S. Josham (Avon) (Yellow trim)
Reserve Official : –  Mr. S. J. Finnis (Essex)


03.08.1982 Friendly    Away    Won    5-0.

Spur ran out 5-0 winners in this first friendly of pre-season at Scunthorpe United with the goals coming from Mark Falco (2), Terry Gibson (2) and Graham Roberts.

Teams :
Scunthorpe United –  .
Spurs –  Clemence (Parks), Miller, Mabbutt, Roberts, Lacy, O’Reilly, Gibson, Brooke (Dick), Falco, Hoddle (Crook), Crooks (Cooke).
Attendance : –  ,


12.01.1952 FA Cup Third Round   Away    Won    3-0.

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Teams :
Scunthorpe United –  .
Spurs –  Ditchburn, Ramsey, Withers, Clarke, Burgess, Nicholson, Medley, Duquemin, Walters, Harmer, Baily.
Attendance : –  22,652


..1951 Festival of Britain Friendly    .

Tottenham played a friendly against Scunthorpe United at the Old Showground in aid of the Scunthorpe Agricultural Society as part of the Festival of Britain celebrations.

Teams :
Scunthorpe United –  .
Spurs –  .
Attendance : –  ,


 

 

Transfers from Tottenham to Scunthorpe United

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Transfers from Scunthorpe United to Tottenham

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Honours


Third Division North Champions  (Tier Three) 1957-1958

League One Champions  (Tier Three) 2006-2007

Fourth Division Runners-up  (Tier Four) 2004-2005, 2013-2014

Football League Trophy Finalists 2009

 

Managers


Harry ALLCOCK 1st August 1915 – 31st May 1936

Tom CRILLY 1st August 1936 – 31st May 1937

Harry ALLCOCK 1st August 1937- 12th April 1946

George LAX 26th March 1946 – 12th April 1946

Bernard HARPER 1st August 1946 – 31st May 1948

Harry ALLCOCK 1st August 1948 – 1st June 1950

Leslie JONES 1st June 1950 – 31st December 1951

Bill CORKHILL 1st January 1952 – 1st May 1956

Ron SUART 1st May 1956 – 1st May 1958

Tony McSHANE 1st May 1958 – 1st April 1959

Bill LAMBTON 1st April 1959 – 30th April 1959

Frank SOO 1st June 1959 – 1st May 1960

Dick DUCKWORTH 1st May 1960 – 30th November 1964

Freddie GOODWIN 1st December 1964- 1st October 1967

Ron ASHMAN 1st October 1967 – 30th June 1973

Ron BRADLEY 30th June 1973 – 1st November 1974

Dickie ROOTS 1st November 1974 – 12th January 1976

Ron ASHMAN 15th January 1976 – 31st May 1981

John DUNCAN 1st June 1981 – 2nd February 1983

Allan CLARKE 2nd February 1983 – 28th August 1984

Frank BARLOW 28th August 1984 – 31st March 1985

Mick BUXTON 15th April 1985 – 31st January 1991

Bill GREEN 1st February 1991 – 3rd January 1993

Richard MONEY 6th January 1993 – 31st July 1994

Dave MOORE 1st August 1994 – 31st July 1996

Mick BUXTON 1st August 1996 – 15th April 1997

Brian LAWS 24th February 2004 – 25th March 2004

Russ WILCOX 25th March 2004 – 15th April 2004

Brian LAWS 15th April 2004 – 6th November 2006

Nigel ADKINS 6th November 2006 – 12th September 2010

Ian BARACLOUGH 12th September 2010 – 16th March 2011

Alan KNILL 31st March 2011 – 29th October 2012

Brian LAWS 29th October 2012 – 20th November 2013

Russ WILCOX 20th November  2013 – 8th October 2014

Mark ROBINS 13th October 2014 – 17th January 2016

Nick DAWS 17th January 2016 – 22nd March 2016

Graham ALEXANDER 22nd March 2016 – 28th March 2018

Nick DAWS 28th March 2018 – 24th August 2018

Andy DAWSON (Caretaker) 24th August 2018 – 27th August 2018

Stuart McCALL 27th August 2018 – 24th March 2019

Andy DAWSON 24th March 2019 – 13th May 2019

Paul HURST 13th May 2019 – 30th January 2006

Russ WILCOX 30th January 2006 – 6th August 2007

Neil COX 7th August 2020 – 

 

League Record

The Football League structure has historically been as follows …


1888-1892 1892-1920 1920-1921 1921-1958 1958-1992 1992-2004 2004 to date

First tier Football League Division One Division One Division One Division One Premiership Premier League

Second tier Division Two Division Two Division Two Division Two Division One Championship

Third tier Division Three Division Three
(North) and (South)
Division Three Division Two

Fourth tier Division Four Division Three League Two

 


Third Division North  (Third Tier) 1950-1958

Second Division  (Second Tier) 1958-1964

Division Three  (Third Tier) 1964-1968

Division Four  (Fourth Tier) 1968-1972

Division Three  (Third Tier) 1972-1973

Division Four  (Fourth Tier) 1973-1983

Division Three  (Third Tier) 1983-1984

Division Four  (Fourth Tier) 1984-1992

Division Three  (Fourth Tier) 1992-1999

Second Division  (Third Tier) 1999-2000

Division Three  (Fourth Tier) 2000-2004

League Two  (Fourth Tier) 2004-2005

League One  (Third Tier) 2005-2007

Championship  (Second Tier) 2007-2008

League One  (Third Tier) 2008-2009

Championship  (Second Tier) 2009-2011

League One  (Third Tier) 2011-2013

League Two  (Fourth Tier) 2013-2014

League One  (Third Tier) 2014-2019

League Two  (Fourth Tier) 2019-

 

Spurs v Scunthorpe United Notes


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They are linked with both


Andy Barcham .

Keith Burkinshaw .

Ray Clemence .

John Duncan .

Andy Keeley

 

Debuts against Scunthorpe United




 

Last game for the club – played against Scunthorpe United


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First goal scored for the club – scored against Scunthorpe United


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Last goal scored for the club – scored against Scunthorpe United


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Milestones


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Transfers from Tottenham to Scunthorpe United


Name Date Fee


 

Transfers from Scunthorpe United to Tottenham


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