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

1888 Royal Arsenal A Friendly 1 – 0
1894 Casuals H Friendly 3 – 1
1900 Bristol City A Southern League 1 – 1
1902 Queens Park Rangers A Western League 2 – 0
1906 Norwich City H Southern League 2 – 2
1913 Metrogas H London FA Charity Cup R1 11 – 2
1917 Arsenal H (at Highbury) London Combination 1 – 2
1919 Millwall H London FA Charity Cup R1 6 – 0
1921 Inverness Caledonians A Friendly 3 – 6
1923 Bolton Wanderers H First Division 0 – 0
1924 West Bromwich Albion H First Division 0 – 1
1927 Leicester City H First Division 2 – 1
1928 Millwall H Second  Division 2 – 1
1934 Aston Villa H First Division 0 – 2
1945 West Bromwich Albion A Football League South 0 – 5
1951 Manchester United H First Division 2 – 0
1956 Luton Town H First Division 5 – 0
1962 Sheffield United A First Division 1 – 3
1965 Walton & Hersham United A Friendly 8 – 1
1971 AC Torino (Italy) H Anglo-Italian League Cup Winners Cup 2L 2 – 0
1973 Liverpool A First Division 2 – 3
1976 Wrexham H League Cup R3 2 – 3
1979 West Bromwich Albion H First Division 1 – 1
1981 Swansea City A First Division 1 – 2
1984 Aston Villa A First Division 1 – 0
1990 Crystal Palace H First Division 1 – 1
1993 Burnley A League Cup R2 1L 0 – 0
1996 Leicester City H Premier League 1 – 2
2001 Liverpool A Premier League 0 – 1
2004 Oldham Athletic A League Cup R3 6 – 0
2013 Cardiff City A Premier League 1 – 0
2018 Brighton & Hove Albion A Premier League 1 – 0

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
32 15 6 11 59 41
Home Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
17 8 4 5 31 19
Away Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
15 7 2 6 28 22
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
0 0 0 0 0 0
Biggest win on this day
11-2   Metrogas  (London FA Charity Cup) (Home)  1913
Biggest defeat on this day
0-5  West Bromwich Albion (Football League South) (Away)  1945
Biggest score-line on this day
11-2   Metrogas  (London FA Charity Cup) (Home)  1913
Last win on this day
1-0  2018  Brighton & Hove Albion  (Premier League) (Home)
Last draw on this day
0-0  1993  Burnley  (League Cup) (Away)
Last defeat on this day
0-1  2001  Liverpool  (Premier League) (Home)

Teams we have played on this day

West Bromwich Albion 3
Arsenal/Woolwich Arsenal/Royal Arsenal 2
Aston Villa 2
Leicester City 2
Liverpool 2
Millwall/Millwall Athletic 2
Bolton Wanderers 1
Brighton & Hove Albion 1
Bristol City 1
Burnley 1
Cardiff City 1
Casuals 1
Crystal Palace 1
Inverness Caledonians 1
Luton Town 1
Manchester United 1
Metrogas 1
Norwich City 1
Oldham Athletic 1
Queens Park Rangers 1
Sheffield United 1
Swansea City/Swansea Town 1
AC Torino (Italy) 1
Walton & Hersham 1
Wrexham 1

Notable Dates

1900 First home win against Bristol City.
1906 First ever draw with Norwich City.
1913 One and only match against Metrogas.
1923 First goal-less draw between Spurs and Bolton Wanderers.
1934 The new East Stand is fully opened for the first time.
Eddie King makes his Spurs debut at full back and gets injured, unluckily finishing his career.
1945 Equal heaviest away defeat and equal highest number of goals conceded in a match against West Bromwich Albion.
1951 The biggest attendance at White Hart Lane for a Spurs v Manchester United match and the record attendance for a League match at home = 70,882
1956 The biggest crowd for a match between Spurs and Luton Town = 58,960
1971 Spurs take the Anglo-Italian League Cup Winners Cup with victories in both legs.
1976 First ever meeting between Spurs and Wrexham.
1984 Spurs top the First Division after winning at Villa Park.
1996 Clive Wilson scores his last goal for the club.
2004 Spurs first meeting with Oldham Athletic in the League Cup.
Equal biggest away win at Oldham Athletic.
Biggest away win in the League Cup.
Goran Bunjevcevic scored his first Spurs goal.
2013 Paulinho’s first Spurs Premier League goal wins the first meeting in that competition between the two sides.
2020 Tottenham’s League Cup Third Round tie at Leyton Orient was postponed because 17 of the Orient squad tested positive for Covid-19.

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.