Tottenham’s score shown first; match reports accessible by clicking on opponent’s name, where available
|1892||Paddington||H||Friendly||10 – 0|
|1896||Casuals||H||Friendly||4 – 0|
|1898||Sheppey United||H||Southern League||3 – 2|
|1900||Millwall Athletic||A||Friendly||2 – 1|
|1904||Plymouth Argyle||H||Southern League||2 – 0|
|1906||Ilford||H||Friendly||4 – 4|
|1910||Newcastle United||H||First Division||1 – 2|
|1921||Middlesbrough||A||First Division||0 – 0|
|1927||Portsmouth||A||First Division||0 – 3|
|1932||Bury||A||Second Division||0 – 1|
|1938||Newcastle United||H||Second Division||1 – 0|
|1949||Bury||H||Second Division||3 – 1|
|1955||Everton||A||First Division||1 – 2|
|1956||Hibernian||A||Anglo-Scottish Floodlit Tournament||5 – 1|
|1958||Nottingham Forest||H||First Division||1 – 0|
|1960||Leicester City||A||First Division||2 – 1|
|1966||Burnley||A||First Division||2 – 2|
|1968||Coventry City||A||First Division||2 – 1|
|1977||Blackpool||A||Second Division||2 – 0|
|1983||Everton||H||First Division||1 – 2|
|1988||Liverpool||A||First Division||1 – 1|
|1991||Hadjuk Split (Yugoslavia)||A (Linz, Austria)||ECWC R1 1L||0 – 1|
|1994||Leicester City||A||Premier League||0 – 3|
|1996||Preston North End||A||League Cup R2 1L||1 – 1|
|1997||Carlisle United||H||League Cup R2 1L||3 – 2|
|2005||Aston Villa||A||Premier League||1 – 1|
|2015||Qarabag (Azerbaijan)||H||Europa League Group J||3 – 1|
||Lokomotiv Plovdiv (Bulgaria)||A||Europa League Second Qualifying Round
||2 – 1
|2022||Leicester City||H||Premier League||6 – 2|
Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history
| Biggest win on this day
10-0 Paddington (Friendly) (Home) 1892
| Biggest defeat on this day
0-3 Portsmouth (First Division) (Away) 1927
0-3 Leicester City (Premier League) (Away) 1994
| Biggest score-line on this day
10-0 Paddington (Friendly) (Home) 1892
|Last win on this day
2022 6-2 Leicester City (Premier League) (Home)
|Last draw on this day
2005 1-1 Aston Villa (Premier League) (Away)
|Last defeat on this day
1994 0-3 Leicester City (Premier League) (Away)
Teams we have played on this day
|1904||Harry Stansfield scores the first goal of his Tottenham career.|
|1921||First 0-0 draw with Middlesbrough.|
|1949||Highest crowd for a Spurs v Bury match = 54,483|
|1997||Joint highest aggregate of goals in a Spurs v Carlisle United match.
Paul Mahorn scores his only goal for the club.
Ian Walker’s 200th senior appearance with Spurs.
|2005||Paul Robinson makes his 50th Spurs appearance.
Spurs field a starting line-up of 11 internationals for the first time ever …
Paul Robinson (England), Paul Stalteri (Canada), Young-Pyo Lee (South Korea), Anthony Gardner (England), Ledley King (England), Teemu Tainio (Finland), Michael Carrick (England), Jermaine Jenas (England), Andy Reid (Republic of Ireland), Jermain Defoe (England), Grzegorz Rasiak (Poland).
|2015||Debuts for Kieran Trippier, Clinton N’Jie and Kevin Wimmer in Tottenham’s opening Europa League group match.
Heung-Min Son scores his first goals for Spurs.
||Tottenham play a Bulgarian side in European competition for the first time.
Two Plovdiv players were sent off near the end, allowing Spurs to go through to the next Qualifying Round.
||There was a minute’s silence to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the National Anthem was played and God Save The King was sung. Ledley King and Emile Heskey laid wreaths in commemoration in the centre circle and both teams wore black armbands. On the 70th minute, there was a minute’s applause from the crowd to mark the 70 years the Queen reigned.
Heung-Min Son’s hat-trick was the club’s first scored by a substitute in the Premier League.
Son became the joint eighth all-time club goal-scorer with 134, over-taking Alan Gilzean and pulling level with Len Duquemin.
Son’s first goal was the 250th for Tottenham in competitive matches against Leicester City.
Rodrigo Bentancur scored his first Tottenham goal.
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.