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

1893 Romford H Friendly 2 – 2
1897 2nd Scots Guards H Friendly 4 – 1
1899 Reading H Southern League 2 – 1
1901 Sheffield United A Friendly 1 – 3
1903 New Brompton A Friendly 0 – 3
1905 West Ham United H Southern League 2 – 0
1907 Millwall A Western League 0 – 2
1911 Blackburn Rovers H First Division 0 – 2
1912 Bromley H London FA Charity Cup R1 3 – 0
1916 Reading A London Combination 4 – 2
1922 Arsenal H First Division 1 – 2
1929 Millwall H Second Division 1 – 1
1933 Liverpool H First Division 0 – 3
1939 Chelmsford City A Friendly 2 – 4
1944 Southampton A Football League South 3 – 1
1950 Sunderland H First Division 1 – 1
1961 Nottingham Forest A First Division 0 – 2
1964 Copenhagen Select XI (Denmark) A Friendly 1 – 2
1967 Manchester United A First Division 1 – 3
1972 West Ham United H First Division 1 – 0
1978 Manchester City A First Division 0 – 2
1985 Orient A League Cup R2 1L 0 – 2
1986 Barnsley A League Cup R2 1L 3 – 2
1987 Torquay United A League Cup R2 1L 0 – 1
1989 Norwich City A First Division 2 – 2
1992 SS Lazio (Italy) A Capital Cup 0 – 3
1997 Bolton Wanderers A Premier League 1 – 1
1998 Brentford H League Cup R2 2L 3 – 2
2000 Manchester City H Premier League 0 – 0
2006 Liverpool H Premier League 0 – 3
2007 Bolton Wanderers A Premier League 1 – 1
2009 Preston North End A League Cup R3 5 – 1
2012 Queens Park Rangers H Premier League 2 – 1
2017 West Ham United A Premier League 3 – 2

 

Games on this day in Tottenham Hotspur’s history

TOTAL Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
34 12 7 15 49 58
Home Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
15 7 4 4 22 19
Away Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
19 5 3 11 27 39
Neutral Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
0 0 0 0 0 0
Biggest win on this day
5-1  Preston North End  (League Cup) (Away)  2009
Biggest defeat on this day
0-3  New Brompton (Friendly) (Away)  1903
0-3  Liverpool (First Division) (Away)  1933
0-3  SS Lazio (italy) (Capital Cup) (Away)  1992
0-3  Liverpool (First Division) (Home)  2006
Biggest score-line on this day
4-2  Reading  (London Combination) (Away)  1916
2-4  Chelmsford City  (Friendly) (Away)  1939
5-1  Preston North End  (League Cup) (Away)  2009
Last win on this day
3-2  2017 West Ham United  (Premier League) (Away)
Last draw on this day
1-1  2007  Bolton Wanderers  (Premier League) (Away)
Last defeat on this day
0-3  2006  Liverpool   (Premier League) (Home)

Teams we have played on this day

Bolton Wanderers 3
West Ham United 3
Liverpool 2
Manchester City 2
Millwall 2
Reading 2
2nd Scots Guards 1
Arsenal 1
Barnsley 1
Birmingham City 1
Brentford 1
Bromley 1
Chelmsford City 1
Copenhagen Select XI (Denmark) 1
Gillingham/New Brompton 1
SS Lazio (Italy) 1
Manchester United 1
Norwich City 1
Nottingham Forest 1
Orient/Leyton Orient/Clapton Orient 1
Queens Park Rangers 1
Romford 1
Sheffield United 1
Southampton 1
Sunderland 1
Torquay United 1

Notable Dates

1922 Arguing with the ref after Tottenham’s late equaliser, Arsenal players harassed the referee and caused an outbreak of fighting that saw both clubs and players from both sides censured by the FA.
1950 Biggest home League crowd against Sunderland = 59,190
1972 A Frank Lampard Snr. own goal, off his backside, gives Spurs a 1-0 win.
1985 Equal highest losing margin in a match with Orient.
1986 Highest number of goals scored against Barnsley and highest number of goals in a match between the two sides.
1987 Only defeat at the hands of Torquay United.
1989 Gary Lineker’s first goal for Tottenham.
1992 The only playing of this trophy which was an excuse for Capital Radio to cover the game and Sky to show it live on TV.  Part of the deal that took Gazza to Lazio was to play home and away friendlies.  This was the first leg and saw Gazza make his first appearance in front of his new fans, scoring in the process.
1997 Spurs become the first away team to score a goal in Bolton Wanderers’ new stadium.
1998 Mark Gower makes his last appearance for Spurs.
2006 Tottenham’s 550th Premier League match and their 275th away game ended with the fourth consecutive game without scoring.
2009 Peter Crouch scores a hat-trick for Spurs as they equal their biggest winning margin in an away match with Preston North End.
2012 Steven Caulker makes his 100th career appearance.
2017 Tottenham win their opening three away games for the first time since 1991-92.
Christian Eriksen’s goal makes him the highest scoring Dane in Premier League 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.