Spurs v West Ham United match reports


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Teams : –
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Stephen Carr, Luke Young, Sol Campbell, Mauricio Taricco  , Steffen Freund, Tim Sherwood, Darren Anderton  (Allan Nielsen 73), David Ginola  , Steffen Iversen (Chris Armstrong 83), Jose Dominguez
Unused subs. : –  Espen Baardsen, Roger Nilsen, Ruel Fox
West Ham –  Shaka Hislop, Rio Ferdinand  , Ian Pearce, Scott Minto, Marc Keller, Frank Lampard jnr, Steve Lomas  , John Moncur    90, Eyal Berkovic  , Trevor Sinclair, Ian Wright (Stan Lazaridis 89)
Unused subs. : –
Ref. : – Uriah Rennie (Sheffield)
Attendance : 36,089


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17.01.1998
With Spurs perilously close to the bottom of the table, we needed the points from this derby at the Lane.  With seven minutes on the clock, Wilson stopped the ball from going out and fed Ginola, who crossed for Jurgen Klinsmann to put Spurs one up.

Sinton made Craig Forrest dive to save a snapshot and Ginola curled a shot just wide of the target.  Old boy John Moncur called Espen Baardsen into action to keep the Irons out and the Norwegian keeper also denied Lampard from a free-kick and Lazaridis with an athletic one handed save.  Just before half-time, Samassi Abou had a touch-line flare up where he aimed a kick at Ramon Vega and was dismissed by the referee.

In the second half, Spurs pressed into the West Ham half and Ginola, Howells, Fox and Berti all had shots that narrowly failed to give Tottenham an extension to their lead and Campbell headed against the post.  Other chances flew by with Sinton missing with three shots and a header and it was nearly costly, as Baardsen made two saves at the end from Unsworth and Lampard to maintain a clean sheet and give Spurs three precious points, albeit with Craig Forrest going close with a header at the death when he came up for a corner.

Teams : –
Spurs –   Espen Baardsen; Stephen Carr, Ramon Vega  , Sol Campbell, Clive Wilson; Andy Sinton, Ruel Fox (Garry Brady 80), Colin Calderwood (David Howells 59), David Ginola (Jose Dominguez 65); Jurgen Klinsmann, Nicola Berti
Unused subs. : –  Simon Brown, Gary Mabbutt
West Ham –  Craig Forrest; Stuart Pearce, Steve Potts  , Rio Ferdinand, David Unsworth; Ayel Berkovic (Lee Hodges 85), John Moncur  ; Frank Lampard, Stan Lazaridis (Iain Dowie 46); Samassi Abou  , John Hartson 
Unused subs. : –  Beranrd Lama, Martin Rowland, Ian Bishop
Ref. : – David Elleray (Harrow)
Attendance : 30,284



13.08.1997
Losing a fourth minute goal from John Hartson and then the injured Sol Campbell early in this Premier League match unbalanced Spurs. 

Walker was beaten when Hartson hit a shot from Stan Lazaridis’ cross with just four minutes gone, but was then on hand to save from both Hartson and Paul Kitson.  Spurs rallied at the end of the first half with Nielsen pulling a one handed save out of Ludek Miklosko.  

After the break, Les Ferdinand went close, as did Hartson, but it was Eyal Berkovic who added to West Ham’s lead with a run through and shot twenty minutes from full-time.  Les Ferdinand reduced the arrears in the 83rd minute with his first Spurs goal – steering in Sinton’s low cross and a point was the least Spurs deserved for piling on the pressure, when Vega was foiled by another very good save.  However, as Spurs threw everything forward, they had to rely on the crossbar to keep out Frank Lampard’s shot in the last minute.

Teams : –
West Ham –   Ludek Miklosko, Steve Potts, Rio Ferdinand, Marc Rieper, Eyal Berkovic, John Moncur (Frank Lampard jnr 85), Steve Lomas  , Stan Lazaridis, John Hartson (Iain Dowie 86), Paul Kitson (Michael Hughes 88)
Unused subs. : –
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Stephen Carr, Sol Campbell (Stephen Clemence    16), Ramon Vega, Justin Edinburgh, David Howells, Allan Nielsen (Andy Sinton 77), John Scales, David Ginola, Steffen Iversen  , Les Ferdinand
Unused subs. : –  Espen Baardsen, Colin Calderwood, Neale Fenn
Attendance : –  25,354


24.02.1997 Teddy Sheringham gave Tottenham a seventh minute lead in this London derby, but Julian Dicks (21) and Paul Kitson (22) then scored quick-fire foals to put the Hammers into a 2-1 lead.  Darren Anderton hit a goal to bring Spurs level with 29 minutes gone, but this did not last long, with John Hartson restoring the home advantage seven minutes before the interval. 

A long range pile-driver from David Howells once more put the teams level after 53 minutes, but then our midfielder fouled Hartson in the area to allow the Irons to take a decisive 4-3 lead with Dicks scoring from the spot with 72 minutes gone.

Teams :
West Ham –   Ludek Misklosko, Steve Potts, Mark Bowen, Tim Breacker, Julian Dicks, Rio Ferdinand, Ian Bishop, Michael Hughes, John Moncur  , John Hartson, Paul Kitson (Iain Dowie 79)
Unused subs. : –
Spurs : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell, Stephen Carr, Clive Wilson, Darren Anderton  , David Howells  (Ronnie Rosenthal 84), Andy Sinton (Allan Nielsen 79), Steffen Iversen, Teddy Sheringham.
Attendance : –  23,998


02.11.1996 Chris Armstrong beat Julian Dicks to a ball to poke it past Miklosko for the decisive goal in this Premier League meeting at White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Stephen Carr, Sol Campbell, Colin Calderwood, Justin Edinburgh, David Howells, Clive Wilson, Allan Nielsen, Rory Allen    (Ronnie Rosenthal 90), Teddy Sheringham, Chris Armstrong
Unused subs. : –  Espen Baardsen, Dean Austin, Stuart Nethercott, Jason Dozzell
West Ham –  Ludek Miklosko, Tim Breacker, Slaven Bilic, Marc Rieper, Julian Dicks, Ian Bishop, Michael Hughes, Stan Lazaridis, John Moncur (Paulo Futre 76); Iain Dowie, Hugo Porfirio
Unused subs. : –  Peter Shilton, Steve Potts, Frank Lampard jnr, Ilie Dumitrescu
Attendance : –  32,999


12.02.1996 Premier League    Home    Lost    0-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell, Gary Mabbutt, Clive Wilson, Jason Dozzell   74, Ruel Fox, Chris Armstrong, Ronnie Rosenthal (Andy Sinton 46), Teddy Sheringham
Unused subs. : –  Chris Day, Stuart Nethercott
West Ham –  Ludek Miklosko, Steve Potts, Slaven BIlic, Julian Dicks, Marc Rieper, Keith Rowland, Ian Bishop, Michael Hughes (John Harkes 85), Danny Williamson   79, Dani Carvalho (Tony Cottee 66), Iain Dowie 
Unused subs. : – Les Sealey
Attendance : –  29,781


30.08.1995 Premier League      Away     Drew    1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ludek Miklosko, Steve Potts, Tim Breacker, Julian Dicks, Marc Riper   11, Martin Allen, Ian Bishop, Don Hutchison (Jeroen Boere 80), John Moncur   04, Robbie Slater, Tony Cottee
Unused subs. : –
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin   53, Colin Calderwood   56, Gary Mabbutt   80, Clive Wilson, Jason Dozzell   15, David Howells   73, Gerry McMahon (Darren Anderton 62), Chris Armstrong, Ronny Rosenthal, Teddy Sheringham
Unused subs. : –
Attendance : –  23,516


14.01.1995 Premier League      Away     Won    2-1.

Although Dutch striker Jeroen Boere opened the scoring for West Ham at Upton Park, it was Tottenham who went on to take the three points.

Goals from Teddy Sheringham in the 59th minute and Jurgen Klinsmann twenty minutes later secured a good away win against The Irons.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ludek Miklosko, Steve Potts, Tim Breacker, Kenny Brown, Alvin Martin, Ian Bishop, Matty Holmes (Trevor Morley 85), Michael Hughes (Martin Allen 73), John Moncur, Jeroen Boere, Tony Cottee
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin  50, Colin Calderwood, Sol Campbell (Justin Edinburgh 76), Gheorghe Popescu, Gary Mabbutt, Darren Anderton, David Howells, Nicky Barmby, Jurgen Klinsmann, Teddy Sheringham.
Unused subs. : –
Attendance : –  24,573



29.10.1994
Ossie Ardiles’ last match in charge of Spurs ended with a win, but came too late to save his tenure as manager.

18 minutes in and Klinsmann scored a cracking goal, but Matthew Rush got free on the right to equalise for the Irons three minutes before the break.  It was left to substitute Teddy Sheringham to restore the lead with Nick Barmby netting a 63rd minute third goal to give Spurs a much needed win.

Teams : –
Spurs – Erik Thorstvedt, David Kerslake, Sol Campbell, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh (Teddy Sheringham 46), Gheorghe Popescu, Jason Dozzell, Ilie Dumitrescu, Micky Hazard (Danny Hill 82), Nicky Barmby, Jurgen Klinsmann 
Unused sub. : –  Ian Walker
West Ham –  Ludek Miklosko, Steve Potts, Julian Dicks, Alvin Martin, Keith Rowland, Martin Allen  (Adrian Whitbread 90), Ian Bishop (Lee Chapman 68), Don Hutchison, Mike Marsh, Matthew Rush  , Tony Cottee
Unused sub. : – Ian Feuer
Attendance : 26,271


04.04.1994 Sheringham scored for Spurs from the penalty spot, but goals from Mike Marsh, Paul Kitson and two (one penalty) from Trevor Morley handed The Irons the points at White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Sol Campbell, David Kerslake, Kevin Scott, Steve Sedgley, Gary Mabbutt, Darren Anderton, Jason Dozzell (David Howells) Vinny Samways, Nick Barmby, Ronnie Rosenthal (Teddy Sheringham)
West Ham –  Ludek Misklosko, Steve Potts, Tim Breacker, Keith Rowland, Tony Gale
     64, Ian Bishop, Peter Butler (Steve Jones), Matty Holmes, Mike Marsh, Matthew Rush    63, Trevor Morley

Unused subs. : –
Attendance : –  31,502


28.12.1993 Division 1     Away     Won     3-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ludek Misklosko, Steve Potts, Tim Breacker, Keith Rowland, Tony Gale, Ian Bishop, Peter Butler     64, Matty Holmes (Steve Jones) , Mike Marsh, Matthew Rush    63, Trevor Morley
Unused sub : –  Gerry Peyton, Keith Rowland
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Calin Calderwood     53, David Kerslake, Steve Sedgley, Justin Edinburgh     56, Darren Anderton, Darren Caskey, Jason Dozzell, Micky Hazard, Vinny Samways, Nicky Barmby (Sol Campbell 72)
Unused sub : –  Ian Walker, Dean Austin

Attendance : –   20,787


01.04.1992 Division 1     Home     Won     3-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ian Walker, Pat van den Hauwe (Steve Sedgley), Jason Cundy, Gary Mabbutt, Justin Edinburgh, Paul Allen, Andy Gray (Paul Walsh), Nayim, Paul Stewart, Gordon Durie, Gary Lineker
West Ham –  Ludek Misklosko, Steve Potts, Tim Breacker (Frank McAvennie), Kenny Brown (Kevin Keen), Julian Dicks, Colin Foster, Tony Gale, Mitchell Thomas, Ian Bishop, Stuart Slater, Mike Small
Attendance : –   31,809



26.10.1991
Spurs crashed to West Ham with Gordon Durie dismissed to add to the club’s miseries.

A fifth minute lead was handed to Spurs, when Gary Lineker breached the Irons’ defence.  However, Mike Small drew West Ham level on 12 minutes and then former Spur Mitchell Thomas struck the winner for the home side just before the half hour.

Tottenham were reduced to ten men when Durie was red-carded for a foul and the score-line remained unchanged despite both teams creating opportunities.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –
Attendance : – 23,946


01.04.1989 Division 1     Home    Won     3-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Erik Thorstvedt, Terry Fenwick, Chris Hughton, Guy Butters, Gary Mabbutt, Paul Allen, Paul Gascoigne, Nayim (David Howells), Chris Waddle, Paul Stewart, Paul Walsh
West Ham –  Phil Parkes, Steve Potts, Julian Dicks, Tony Gale, Gary Strodder (Alan Dickens), Liam Brady, Paul Ince, George Parris, Stuart Slater, Mark Ward, Frank McAvennie
Attendance : –   28,275



17.12.1988
Two infrequent scorers gave Tottenham a much needed win at Upton Park in this First Division encounter.

In the 23rd minute, Gary Mabbutt broke up a West Ham attack and passing the ball through Paul Walsh and Chris Waddle, surged forward to end the move with a crashing volley past McKnight in the Irons goal.

Spurs lost the influential presence of Paul Gascoigne at the break and it was left to Walsh to set up Mitchell Thomas for a long range shot that flew in on 68 minutes to give Spurs a cushion.  West Ham pushed to get back in the match, but Mimms was inspired in keeping the home side at bay to earn Tottenham the points.

Teams :
West Ham –  Allen McKnight, Steve Potts, Alvin Martin, Tony Gale, Liam Brady, Paul Ince, Alan Devonshire (Kevin Keen), Alan Dickens, George Parris, David Kelly, Leroy Rosenior
Spurs –  Bobby Mimms, Guy Butters, Chris Fairclough, Gary Mabbutt, Mitchell Thomas, Terry Fenwick, Paul Walsh (Mark Robson), Paul Gascoigne (John Polston), Chris Waddle, Paul Stewart, Clive Allen
Attendance : – 28,365



28.12.1987
An 11.30 a.m. kick off saw Tottenham jump over West Ham after they had won this post-Christmas derby match.

A rocket of a free-kick from Chris Waddle gave Spurs the lead, while defender Chris Fairclough headed a second to give Spurs some breathing room in the frantic action.  Paul Hilton managed a consolation for the Irons late on.

Teams :
Spurs –  Tony Parks, Chris Hughton, Mitchell Thomas, Chris Fairclough, Steve Hodge, Gary Stevens (Brian Statham), Paul Moran (Shaun Close), Ossie Ardiles, Paul Allen, Chris Waddle, David Howells
Manager : – Terry Venables
Colours : – White shirts, Navy shorts, White socks     Kit manufacturer :  Hummel
West Ham –  Tom McAllister, Ray Stewart, Paul Hilton, Billy Bonds, Kevin Keen, Liam Brady, Paul Ince, Stewart Robson, Mark Ward (Gary Strodder), Tony Cottee.
Manager : – John Lyall
Colours : – Claret shirts, white shorts, light blue socks     Kit manufacturer :  Scoreline
Attendance : 41,995
Ref. : – John Martin (Hants)
Linesmen : – Mr. G. H. Bargery (Essex) – Red trim; Mr. D. J. Eley (Essex) – Yellow trim
Reserve official : – Mr. T. F. Flack (Hants)

Half-time entertainment : – 120 piece North Ridge High School Marching band from Indiana, USA


19.09.1987 Division 1     Away     Won     1-0. 

Teams :
West Ham –   Tom McAlister, Alvin Martin, Ray Stewart, Gary Strodder (Paul Hilton), Liam Brady, Paul Ince, George Parris, Stewart Robson, Mark Ward, Tony Cottee, Frank McAvennie
Unused sub. : –
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Fairclough, Richard Gough, Mitchell Thomas, Gary Stevens, Paul Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Nico Claesen, Steve Hodge, Clive Allen (Vinny Samways), Paul Moran (Johnny Metgod)
Attendance : –    27,750


20.04.1987 Division 1     Away     Lost     1-2. 

Teams :
West Ham – Tom McAlister, Tony Gale, Gary Strodder, Billy Bonds, Tommy McQueen, Liam Brady, Alan Devonshire, Stewart Robson, Mark Ward, Tony Cottee, Frank McAvennie
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Richard Gough, John Polston, Mitchell Thomas, Paul Allen, Tony Galvin (Nico Claesen), Glenn Hoddle, Steve Hodge, Chris Waddle, Clive Allen
Unused sub. : –
Attendance : –    23,972



02.02.1987
The Fifth round League Cup replay at White Hart Lane burst into life with a torrent of goals.  The visitors had a couple of good chances to get off the mark through Billy Bonds (who was starting for the first time in two years), before Ardiles played in Nico Claesen to swing the ball past Phil Parkes.  Glenn Hoddle added a 71st minute goal and  then Paul Allen, playing against his old club created a couple of goals for cousin Clive, who then went on to complete a nine minute hat-trick with a penalty.

Teams :
Spurs – Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt, Waddle, Hoddle, Ardiles, P. Allen, C. Allen, Claesen
West Ham –  Parkes, Bonds, Parris (Hilton), Gale, Martin, Orr, Robson, Devonshire, Ward, McAvennie, Cottee.
Attendance : 41,995



27.01.1987
Postponed from six days before, because of the cold weather, this Fifth round League Cup tie saw early goal line clearances from efforts by Glenn Hoddle and Clive Allen, before Allen scored in the 38th minute after the ball passed through Ardiles and Paul Allen to set him up.  Gough had averted an equaliser by clearing off the line from McAvennie, although it was shortly followed by Cottee’s goal, forcing home Dickens’ 48th minute blocked shot.

Chances at both ends continued to be created, but the tie ended drawn and a replay was required.

Teams :
Spurs – Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Gough, Mabbutt, Waddle, Hoddle, Ardiles, Galvin, P. Allen, C. Allen
West Ham –  Parkes, Walford, Parris, Hilton, Martin, Dickens, Robson, Devonshire, Ward, McAvennie, Cottee .
Attendance : 28,648


21.01.1987 The League Cup Fifth Round tie set for this date was postponed because of a frozen pitch.


26.12.1986
Division 1    Home     Won     4-0.

Spurs swept away a lack-lustre West Ham United side 4-0 at White Hart Lane to give the fans some Christmas cheer.

Tottenham were in fine form, taking the lead after 12 minutes when Clive Allen shot on the turn with the ball going in off the underside of the crossbar.  We had to wait until the 53rd minute to add the second goal as debutant Steve Hodge scored at the end of a flowing passing move, but the third goal came just a minute later, with Chris Waddle poking the ball in form close range.  In the 68th minute, Hodge fired a shot at goal that Phil Parkes could only parry into Clive Allen’s path allowing him to find the net and round off the 4-0 rout. 

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Danny Thomas, Mitchell Thomas (Ossie Ardiles), Steve Hodge, Gary Mabbutt, Clive Allen, Paul Allen, Chris Waddle, Glenn Hoddle, Tony Galvin.
West Ham –  Phil Parkes, Steve Potts, George Parris, Steve Walford (Paul Hilton), Alvin Martin, Alan Devonshire, Mark Ward, Frank McAvennie, Alan Dickens, Tony Cottee, Neil Orr.
Attendance : –   30,019


31.03.1986 Division 1     Away     Lost     1-2. 

Teams :
West Ham – Phil Parkes, Ray Stewart, Tony Gale, Paul Hilton, Alan Devonshire, Alan Dickens, George Parris, Geoff Pike, Mark Ward (Neil Orr), Tony Cottee, Frank McAvennie.
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Danny Thomas, Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Gary Mabbutt, Gary Stevens, Paul Allen, Ossie Ardiles, Tony Galvin, Chris Waddle, Mark Falco.
Attendance : –    27,565


26.12.1985 Division 1    Home     Won   1-0. 

Teams :
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Danny Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Stevens, Ossie Ardiles (Paul Allen), Glenn Hoddle, Chris Waddle, Clive Allen, Mark Falco.
Unused sub. : –
West Ham – Phil Parkes, Alvin Martin, Ray Stewart, Steve Walford, Tony Gale, Neil Orr, Alan Devonshire, Alan Dickens, Mark Ward, Tony Cottee, Frank McAvennie.
Attendance : –    33,835


06.04.1985 Division 1     Away     Drew     1-1. 

Teams :
West Ham –  Tom McAlister, Alvin Martin, Ray Stewart, Steve Walford, Tony Gale, Neil Orr, Paul Allen, Alan Dickens, Bobby Barnes (Dave Swindlehurst), Tony Cottee, Paul Goddard.
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Mark Bowen, Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Danny Thomas, Steve Perryman (c), Ossie Ardiles, Tony Galvin (John Chiedozie), Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks, Mark Falco.
Attendance : –    24,435


26.12.1984 There were four goals as the points were shared by the teams in this Boxing Day First Division match.

Garth Crooks and Gary Mabbutt netted for Tottenham, but Tony Cottee and Paul Goddard brought the score level for the Irons.

Teams :
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton (Micky Hazard), Paul Miller, Graham Roberts, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Stevens, Tony Galvin
, Garth Crooks, Mark Falco, John Chiedozie.
West Ham –  Tom McAlister, Paul Brush, Alvin Martin, Tony Gale, Neil Orr, Paul HIlton, Paul Allen, Alan Dickens, Geoff Pike, Tony Cottee, Dave Swindlehurst (Paul Goddard).
Attendance : – 49,125


31.12.1983 Division 1    Away    Lost    1-4. 

Teams :
West Ham –  Phil Parkes, Paul Brush, Alvin Martin, Ray Stewart, Steve Walford, Neil Orr, Trevor Brooking, Alan Devonshire, Steve Whitton, Tony Cottee, Dave Swindlehurst
Unused sub. : –
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Mark Bowen, Danny Thomas, Gary O’Reilly, Simon Webster, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Stevens, Ossie Ardiles, Ally Dick, Steve Archibald, Mark Falco
Unused sub. : –
Attendance : –    30,939


03.09.1983 Division 1     Home   Lost   0-2. 

Teams :
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Graham Roberts, Danny Thomas, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Perryman (c), Gary Stevens, Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle (Paul Miller), Mark Falco, Garth Crooks
Unused sub. : –
West Ham – Phil Parkes, Ray Stewart, Alvin Martin, Steve Walford, Billy Bonds, Trevor Brooking, Alan Devonshire, Geoff Pike, Steve Whitton, Tony Cottee, Dave Swindlehurst
Attendance : –    38,042


01.01.1983 Division1    Away    Lost   0-3. 

Teams :
West Ham – Phil Parkes, Ray Stewart, Alvin Martin, Joe Gallagher, Paul Allen, Alan Dickens, Alan Devonshire, Geoff Pike, Sandy Clark, Tony Cottee, Francois van der Elst
Unused sub. : –
Spurs – Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Price, Gary O’Reilly, Giorgio Mazzon, Steve Perryman (c), Garry Brooke, Glenn Hoddle, Ricky Villa, Steve Archibald, Garth Crooks
Unused sub. : –
Attendance : –    33,383



20.11.1982
Second place West Ham came to White Hart Lane and were left suffering a loss inflicted by a Steve Archibald double.

The Irons had actually taken the lead in the first half, when Belgian Francois van der Elst broke away to slot home.  Ten minutes after the interval, Archibald capitalised on a mistake by former Spur Jimmy Neighbour to level the scores, then Chris Hughton smashed a shot past Phil Parkes, but it bounced out off the post.  It was left for goal poacher Archibald to win the game for tenth place Tottenham with a late strike.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Chris Hughton, Paul Price, Gary O’Reilly, Gary Mabbutt, Steve Perryman (c) (Garry Brooke), Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Ricky Villa, Steve Archibald, Garth Crooks
West Ham –  Phil Parkes, Alvin Martin, Ray Stewart, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Paul Allen, Jimmy Neighbour, Geoff Pike, Sandy Clark, Paul Goddard, Francois van der Elst
Attendance : – 49,125


10.05.1982 Division 1     Away     Drew    2-2. 

Teams :
West Ham – Phil Parkes, Ray Stewart, Neil Orr, Everald La Ronde, Paul Allen, Trevor Brooking, George Cowie, Alan Devonshire, Geoff Pike, David Cross, Paul Goddard
Spurs –   Tony Parks, Paul Miller, Paul Price, John Lacy, Pat Corbett (Gary O’Reilly), Steve Perryman (c), Garry Brooke, Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Garth Crooks, Mark Falco
Attendance : –   27,677


09.01.1982 Upton Park was unable to be used for this First Division fixture between the two sides due to adverse weather conditions. 

02.09.1981 Division 1    Home    Lost    0-4. 

Teams :
Spurs –  Ray Clemence, Paul Miller, Paul Price (Gordon Smith), Steve Perryman (c), Graham Roberts, Garry Brooke, Tony Galvin, Micky Hazard, Glenn Hoddle, Ricky Villa, Mark Falco
West Ham –  Phil Parkes, Alvin Martin, Ray Stewart, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Paul Allen, Alan Devonshire, Jimmy Neighbour, Geoff Pike, David Cross, Paul Goddard
Unused sub. : –
Attendance : –    41,200


02.12.1980 West Ham won this encounter in the Fifth Round of the League Cup with a single goal from David Cross, netting an 81st minute header.   Spurs appeared to have escaped a penalty shout when Chris Hughton was alleged to have handled in the area, but Cross’ header high into the net beat Steve Perryman on the goal-line.  The Tottenham run had seen them play all their games in London.

Teams :
West Ham –  Parkes, Stewart, Lampard, Bonds, Martin, Devonshire, Dickens, Holland, Brooking, Pike, Cross, Goddard.
Spurs – Barry Daines, Chris Hughton, Don McAllister, John Lacy, Steve Perryman, Ricky Villa, Glenn Hoddle, Ossie Ardiles, Terry Yorath, Steve Archibald, Garth Crooks
Attendance : 36,235



01.01.1977
New Years Day was celebrated by Spurs fans who saw goals from Osgood and Duncan give them a 2-1 win over the Irons, despite conceding an early goal in the match.

Steve Perryman conceded a free kick on the West Ham right wing which was played in by Brooking to the near post, where Radford ran in but didn’t get a touch to it and the ball beat Pat Jennings to put the Irons ahead after only two minutes and 17 seconds.

Coates almost set up number two for West Ham with a back pass straight to Billy Jennings, who shot straight at Pat Jennings, who beat it away, but then a period of pressure at the other end saw John Pratt win the ball in the air from a corner, with it hitting a West Ham defender in front of the goal-line.  Maylor was booked for a foul on Keith Robson, before Bill Green almost lobbed the ball over his own goalkeeper from 25 yards, breathing a sigh of relief when the ball sailed a yard wide.  Bonds was shrugged off the ball, allowing Peter Taylor to race away, but he could only find the side-netting.  Lampard earned a yellow card for dragging Ralph Coates back.

Radford won a corner and his header caused Jennings to dive low to get behind it before Keith Robson went into the book for kicking the ball away in injury time at the end of the first half.

After the restart, Hoddle played a ball down the right side and Alfie Conn chased it into the box, with Billy Bonds in close attendance.  Conn went down as the ball looked to be running out of play and after consultation with his linesman, the referee pointed to the spot for a penalty indicating that the West Ham skipper had pulled back on Conn’s arm, although it looked a soft award.  Keith Osgood rammed the spot-kick home just right of centre, with so much power that Day wouldn’t have stopped it even if he had gone the right way.  So, 52 minutes gone and the scores were level at 1-1.

A corner dropped for Alfie Conn on the edge of the penalty area, but his shot was finger-tipped wide by Mervyn Day and from the corner Kevin Lock cleared off the line from his own defender Tommy Taylor’s header at the near post.  A long clearance from Pat Jennings was won in the air by John Duncan, who found Conn and his back-heel returned the ball for Duncan to strike an unstoppable shot past a badly positioned Day from 20 yards out to hand Tottenham a 61st minute lead. 

As the game came to an end, it was Spurs pressing for a third goal, when John Duncan picked up the ball from his own header, twisted past two West Ham defenders and hit a rising shot that Day held well.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Terry Naylor  , Keith Osgood, Steve Perryman (c), John Gorman, Glenn Hoddle, John Pratt, Ralph Coates, Peter Taylor, John Duncan, Alfie Conn
Unused sub. : – Chris Jones
West Ham –   Mervyn Day, Kevin Lock, Bill Green, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds (c), Frank Lampard  , Trevor Brooking, Keith Robson  , John Radford (Anton Otulakowski 46), Bryan ‘Pop’ Robson, Billy Jennings
Ref. : – Ken Burns (Stourbridge)
Attendance : –   44,972

West Ham kicked off and attacked the Paxton Road end in the first half.
Weather : – Raining; Strong wind



06.11.1976
Spurs crashed to a defeat at Upton Park in an eight goal London derby.

A fine save by Mervyn Day in the Irons goal kept Spurs out in the 14th minute, but Bryan Robson and Billy Bonds scored to give the home side a 2-0 lead.  A John Duncan header brought Spurs back into the game on 40 minutes, but goals from Trevor Brooking (54 mins), Billy Jennings and Alan Curbishley put Tottenham 1-5 behind.  Tottenham were not giving up and Glenn Hoddle scored to kick start a comeback, with Keith Osgood converting from the penalty spot (his fourth successful spot-kick of the season) to make it 3-5.

Spurs were hoping to make it even closer, but despite a valiant finish, the West Ham defence managed to prevent any further goals.

Teams :
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds (c), Frank Lampard Snr, Alan Devonshire, Alan Curbishley, Trevor Brooking, Billy Jennings, Bryan Robson, Geoff Pike,
Unused sub. : –
Spurs –  Barry Daines, Terry Naylor, Willie Young, Keith Osgood, Don McAllister, Glenn Hoddle, Steve Perryman, John Pratt, Peter Taylor (Ralph Coates), Alfie Conn, John Duncan
Attendance : –    28,997
Ref. : – 


07.02.1976 A 68th minute goal from John Duncan gave Spurs the lead in their home London derby with West Ham United, but it only lasted for nine minutes.  Alan Taylor drove in a shot and Pat Jennings could only palm it aside, leaving Trevor Brooking the opportunity to shoot home and grab a point for the Irons.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat  Jennings, Terry Naylor, Willie Young, Keith Osgood, Don McAllister, Steve Perryman, John Pratt, Ralph Coates, Jimmy Neighbour (Martin Chivers), John Duncan, Chris Jones
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, Keith Coleman, Tommy Taylor, Mick McGiven, Frank Lampard Snr, Graham Paddon, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking, Billy Jennings, Alan Taylor, Keith Robson
Attendance : –    32,823



24.11.1975
The League Cup Fourth round replay had an unscheduled stop, when the floodlights failed after about 25 minutes and were not switched on again for another period of the same time.  When they did, they shed light on a disappointing game, where neither side could score in the regulation 90 minutes, so the tie went into extra time.

A fine strike by John Duncan gave Spurs a 101st minute lead and then the tie was wrapped up by Willie Young on 108 minutes, with a header from Jimmy Neighbour’s corner.

Teams :
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Frank Lampard Snr, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Kevin Lock, Graham Paddon, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking (Billy Jennings), Alan Taylor, Keith Robson
Spurs –   Pat Jennings, Terry Naylor, Willie Young, Keith Osgood, Don McAllister (Cyril Knowles), Steve Perryman, John Pratt, Ralph Coates, Jimmy Neighbour, John Duncan, Chris Jones
Attendance : – 38,443



12.11.1975
Stalemate in this fourth round League Cup tie as First Division leaders West Ham faced a fierce opening to the game with Duncan hitting a shot narrowly wide.  The Irons came back into matters with a near own goal by an Osgood header.

In the second half, the visitors again faced an onslaught, but efforts from Coates, Jones, Duncan and an Osgood free-kick all failed to hit the target, leaving West Ham with a late chance to win it that Brooking couldn’t take from 12 yards out.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Terry Naylor, Willie Young, Keith Osgood, Don McAllister, Steve Perryman (c), John Pratt, Ralph Coates, Jimmy Neighbour, John Duncan (Alfie Conn), Chris Jones
West Ham – Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Keith Coleman, Graham Paddon, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking, Alan Taylor, Keith Robson
Attendance : –  49,161


25.08.1975 Division 1      Away     Lost     0-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Frank Lampard Snr, Graham Paddon, Pat Holland, Billy Jennings, Alan Taylor, Keith Robson
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Terry Naylor, Cyril Knowles, Keith Osgood, Don McAllister, Steve Perryman (c), John Pratt, Alfie Conn, John Pratt, Martin Chivers, John Duncan (Neil McNab), Chris Jones
Attendance : –   36,567


26.12.1974 Division 1    Away    Drew    1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Keith Coleman, Tommy Taylor, Frank Lampard Snr, Trevor Brooking, Graham Paddon, Bobby Gould, Billy Jennings (Alan Taylor), Keith Robson
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Terry Naylor, Mike England, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Steve Perryman, John Pratt, Ralph Coates, Martin Peters, John Duncan, Martin Chivers
Attendance : –   37,682


14.09.1974 Division 1     Home    Won   2-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Mike England, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Steve Perryman, Ralph Coates, Jimmy Neighbour, Martin Peters, John Pratt, Martin Chivers
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Trevor Brooking, Pat Holland, Graham Paddon, Clyde Best, Billy Jennings
Attendance : –   ,


29.12.1973 Division 1     Home    Won     2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Mike England, Phil Beal, Terry Naylor, John Pratt, Steve Perryman, Ralph Coates (Chris McGrath), Alan Gilzean, Martin Peters, Martin Chivers
West Ham –  Mervyn Day, John McDowell, Keith Coleman (Pat Holland), Bobby Moore, Tommy Taylor, Mick McGiven, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Graham Paddon, Clyde Best, Bobby Gould
Attendance : –   33,176
Ref. : – Keith Styles (Barnsley)



08.09.1973
Spurs beat West Ham on their own turf in this First Division London derby by a single goal.

Spurs went close with Martin Peters shooting just wide when clear through in the second half, but it was strike partner Martin Chivers’ mis-hit shot after being set up by Alan Gilzean in the 65th minute that beat Bobby Ferguson to give Spurs both points.

Teams :
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, John McDowell, Bobby Moore, Kevin Lock, Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Trevor Brooking, Clyde Best, Ted MacDougall (Pat Holland), Bryan Robson
Spurs –   Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Mike Dillon, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Jimmy Neighbour, Steve Perryman, Ralph Coates, Alan Gilzean (Joe Kinnear), Martin Peters, Martin Chivers
Attendance : –   30,888


26.12.1972 Two errors by Bobby Ferguson handed Tottenham a point when they visited Upton Park on Boxing Day in this 2-2 draw.

It was 54 minutes in that Martin Chivers’ long throw made a goal for Jimmy Pearce and seven minutes later, Martin Peters made it 2-0.  Bryan Robson pulled a goal back when he headed in Trevor Brooking’s cross with eleven minutes left and when Terry Naylor handled another Brooking cross, it allow Robson to salvage a point from the penalty spot.  Pat Jennings played at the top of his form, producing some fine saves, with the best being a fingertip save from Bobby Moore’s fierce drive. 

Teams :
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, John McDowell, Frank Lampard Snr, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Booby Moore, Kevin Lock, Clyde Best, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking, Bryan ‘Pop’ Robson
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, Terry Naylor, Mike Dillon, Steve Perryman, Ralph Coates, Jimmy Pearce, Martin Peters, John Pratt, Martin Chivers
Attendance : –   37,397



23.09.1972
Spurs won this London derby 1-0 at WHL after being given a scare by the Irons when Bryan Robson hit the angle with a fierce shot.

The winning goal came right near the end of the match from a Jimmy Pearce corner.  Mike England flicked on, but in trying to clear, Frank Lampard senior could only steer the ball into his own net past Peter Grotier.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, John Pratt, Mike England, Phil Beal, Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters (c) (Ralph Coates 46), Jimmy Pearce
West Ham –  Peter Grotier, John McDowell (John Charles 84), Frank Lampard Snr, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Bobby Moore (c), Dudley Tyler, Clyde Best, Pat Holland, Trevor Brooking, Bryan Robson
Attendance : –   51,291


01.04.1972 Division 1    Away    Lost   0-2.

Teams :
West Ham –  Peter Grotier, John McDowell, Clive Charles, Billy Bonds, Tommy Taylor, Bobby Moore (c), Clyde Best, Ade Coker, Trevor Brooking, Bryan Robson, Johnny Ayris (Kevin Lock)
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, Peter Collins, Terry Naylor (Roger Morgan), Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, John Pratt, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters (c), Jimmy Pearce
Attendance : –   30,763


27.12.1971 Division 1     Home    Lost    0-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, Mike England, Phil Beal, Alan Mullery (c), Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, John Pratt, Martin Peters.
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, John MacDowell, Bobby Moore (c), Tommy Taylor, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Trevor Brooking, Clyde Best, Geoff Hurst, Bryan Robson, Harry Redknapp
Attendance : –   53,888



17.10.1970
A new home attendance record for West Ham United at 42,322 saw this thrilling 2-2 draw.

Tottenham went ahead with an early Alan Mullery goal after just six minutes, but they were hauled back to 1-1 by Peter Eustace’s 23rd minute header from Bobby Moore’s free-kick.

Spurs regained the lead before the break when Mike England scored in the 37th minute, but once again the scores were levelled when Geoff Hurst hit a 51st minute goal to make it 2-2.

Alan Mullery told the Daily Mirror that he thought “both the West Ham goals were sloppy ones.”

Teams :
West Ham –  Peter Grotier, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Peter Eustace, Tommy Taylor, Bobby Moore (c), Johnny Ayris, Lindsay, Geoff Hurst, Jimmy Greaves, Brian Dear
Unused sub. : – Pat Holland
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Mike England, Phil Beal, Alan Mullery (c), Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Jimmy Pearce, Martin Peters.
Unused sub. : –  –
Attendance : –   42,322
Ref :  B. J. Homewood (Sunbury)



15.08.1970
An exciting First Division match saw the spoils shared in front of a huge crowd.

A Peters header crashed back off the bar before Jimmy Pearce set Gilzean through to score, but soon after Gilly’s former strike partner Jimmy Greaves scored a stunning goal.  However, Alan Gilzean put Tottenham ahead again when Dennis Bond’s corner was headed back across goal by Mike England and Gilzean nodded home.

Early in the second period, Perryman broke through to hit a shot that bounced away off Grotier’s knee and soon after, Peter Bennett headed the Irons’ equaliser to grab a point from the match.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Ray Evans, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Mike England, Dennis Bond, Alan Gilzean, Steve Perryman, Martin Chivers, Martin Peters, Jimmy Pearce
Unused sub. : –  John Pratt
West Ham –  Peter Grotier, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Peter Bennett, Alan Stephenson, Bobby Moore, Clyde Best, Trevor Brooking, Geoff Hurst, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Howe.
Unused sub. : –
Attendance : – 53,640



20.12.1969
Two quick goals gave West Ham a win over Spurs at White Hart Lane.

Despite dominating the first ten minutes, Spurs slipped behind when Martin Peters gave the Irons the lead, with Geoff Hurst adding a second two minutes later.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Ray Evans, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Jimmy Pearce, Steve Perryman, Jimmy Greaves, Neil Johnson, Roger Morgan
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, Bobby Moore, Bobby Howe, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Ronnie Boyce, Trevor Brooking, Martin Peters, John Sissons, Geoff Hurst, Harry Redknapp.
Attendance : – 28,375


06.09.1969 Division1    Away    Won   1-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, Bobby Moore (c), Alan Stephenson, Bobby Howe, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Trevor Brooking, Martin Peters, John Sissons, Clyde Best (Ronnie Boyce), Geoff Hurst
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Mike England, Peter Collins, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery (Tony Want), Jimmy Pearce, John Pratt, Alan Gilzean, Jimmy Greaves, Roger Morgan
Attendance : –   40,561


19.04.1969 A match best remembered for the jig performed by Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Moore in mid-match was won by the Spurs striker’s instinctive finish.

Although Irons’ debut goalie Peter Grotier had kept Spurs at bay with a series of good saves, it was Greaves’ cheeky finish between the keeper’s legs that won the match for Tottenham just after the interval.

Teams :
Spurs –   Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Mike England (Peter Collins), Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Jimmy Pearce, John Pratt, Alan Gilzean, Jimmy Greaves, Neil Johnson, Roger Morgan
West Ham –  Peter Grotier, Bobby Moore (c), Alan Stephenson, Bobby Howe, Billy Bonds, John Charles (Trevor Brooking), Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, John Sissons, Geoff Hurst, Harry Redknapp
Attendance : –   50,970



14.09.1968
Two goals in the three second half minutes gave West Ham United but Spurs hit back to gain a point in the First Division encounter at Upton Park.

Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst had given the Irons the 2-0 lead on the hour, with two goals in three minutes, only for Alan Gilzean to strike a minute afterwards to pull a goal back for Tottenham.  With just five minutes left, Jimmy Greaves popped up to equalise and make the final score 2-2.

Teams :
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, Billy Bonds, John Charles, Martin Peters, Alan Stephenson, Bobby Moore (c), Harry Redknapp, Ronnie Boyce, Trevor Brooking, Geoff Hurst, John Sissons
Unused sub. : –  Bobby Howe
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Mike England, Phil Beal, Jimmy Robertson, Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Terry Venables, Alan Gilzean
Unused sub. : –  Dennis Bond
Attendance : –   35,802


23.12.1967 Spurs travelled to East London with West Ham struggling, but in a game that wasn’t a classic, the home side won 2-1.

The lead went to West Ham after 27 minutes as Billy Bonds ran 30 yards with the ball without being challenged and fired a rocket shot past Pat Jennings for his first goal for The Irons.  A Geoff Hurst goal was disallowed for offside shortly after, but Spurs equalised in the 38th minute, as Jimmy Robertson was on the spot to poke a loose ball over the line.

West Ham came out fired up in the second half and Pat Jennings was called upon to make good saves from Brian Dear and Johnny Sissons, while Cyril Knowles was well positioned to head out Martin Peters’ effort from under the crossbar.  It was in the 71st minute that the home team scored what turned out to be the winning goal when Dear hooked in Bonds’ cross.

Teams :
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, Billy Bonds, Frank Lampard Snr, Martin Peters, John Cushley, Bobby Moore, Ronnie Boyce, Geoff Hurst, Brian Dear, Trevor Brooking, John Sissons
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Dave Mackay, Dennis Bond, Alan Mullery, Jimmy Greaves (Terry Venables), Frank Saul, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Robertson
Attendance : –   32,122


26.08.1967 Although West Ham turned up with £135,000 worth of defensive summer signings, it counted for little as Spurs smashed them 5-1 at the Lane in a First Division match.

Defenders John Cushley and Billy Bonds, along with goalkeeper Bobby Ferguson had been brought in to stiffen the back-line, but goals from Alan Mullery, Jimmy Greaves (two – one a penalty), Cliff Jones and Frank Saul saw off The Irons, whose single goal came from John Sissons.  It was Tottenham’s 31st game unbeaten.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Mike England, Joe Kinnear, Cyril Knowles, Dave Mackay (Phil Beal), Alan Mullery, Terry Venables, Jimmy Greaves, Frank Saul, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Robertson
West Ham –  Bobby Ferguson, Billy Bonds, John Charles, Martin Peters, John Cushley, Bobby Moore, Harry Redknapp, Ronnie Boyce, Geoff Hurst, Brian Dear, John Sissons
Attendance : –   55,831


09.05.1967 Division 1    Away    Won   2-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Dennis Burnett, Bobby Moore, John Charles, Dave Bickles, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Eddie Bovington, Doug Eadie, Alan Sealey, Geoff Hurst
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Mike England, Cyril Knowles, Dave Mackay, Alan Mullery, Terry Venables, Alan Gilzean, Jimmy Greaves, Frank Saul, Jimmy Robertson
Attendance : –   35,758


12.11.1966 A pulsating derby ended with West Ham registering a 4-3 win at the Lane in the First Division.

An early Johnny Byrne goal put the Irons ahead, but Jimmy Greaves equalised with a penalty.  Before half-time, Peter Brabrook and Johnny Sissons stretched the advantage, with Terry Venables clipping the lead to 3-2 by the half-time break.  Spurs had the opportunities to win this game, but Greaves fired another penalty over the bar and it was left to Alan Gilzean to grab an equaliser.  However, with ten minutes remaining, Geoff Hurst scored the winner for the visitors.

Teams :
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Mike England, Cyril Knowles, Dave Mackay, Alan Mullery, Terry Venables, Alan Gilzean, Jimmy Greaves, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Robertson
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Bobby Moore, John Charles, Ken Brown, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Eddie Bovington, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, John Sissons, Peter Brabrook
Attendance : –   57,157



14.09.1966
Tottenham’s first ever League Cup match ended in defeat at Upton Park.  Missing Mike England, Tottenham struggled to match the home side’s frantic start that gave them a seventh minute lead through Hurst.  To add to Tottenham’s gloom, Alan Gilzean was sent off for foul and abusive language in the 65th minute.

Teams :
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Dennis Burnett, John Charles, Ken Brown, Bobby Moore, Peter Brabrook, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Peter Bennett, Geoff Hurst, John Sissons
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Phil Beal, Eddie Clayton, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Jimmy Robertson, Terry Venables, Frank Saul, Jimmy Greaves, Alan Gilzean
Attendance : – 34,068


25.04.1966 Division 1      Away     Lost     2-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Dennis Burnett, John Charles, Dave Bickles, Bobby Moore (c), Peter Brabrook, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, John Sissons
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Phil Beal, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Dave Mackay, Laurie Brown, Alan Mullery, Derek Possee, Jimmy Greaves, Eddie Clayton
Attendance : –   32,232


08.04.1966 Division 1      Home     Lost     1-4.

Teams :
Spurs – Pat Jennings, Joe Kinnear, Roger Hoy, Cyril Knowles, Alan Mullery, Dave Mackay, Alan Mullery, Derek Possee, Frank Saul, Jimmy Greaves, Jimmy Robertson
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Dennis Burnett, John Charles, Dave Bickles, Eddie Bovington, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, John Sissons, Harry Redknapp
Attendance : –   50,635



16.01.1965
Jimmy Greaves’ seventh minute header gave Spurs the lead in this First Division encounter after Mullery’s free-kick had been headed on by Gilzean.  Ten minutes later the Irons were level when Budgie Byrne hit a free-kick past the Spurs wall and the same player was instrumental in creating the goal for Johnny Sissons that gave West Ham the lead after the interval.

It only took a minute for Mullery to set up the equaliser, as his long range drive was deflected in off Greaves’ knee.  With the pendulum swinging in Tottenham’s favour, it was left to Terry Dyson to turn and strike a left foot goal past the Hammers keeper to earn Spurs the win in a game affected by torrential rain. 

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Cyril Knowles, Maurice Norman, Ron Henry, Alan Mullery, Terry Dyson, Alan Gilzean, Jimmy Greaves, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Robertson, Eddie Clayton
West Ham –  Jim Standen, John Bond, Ken Brown, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Eddie Bovington, John Sissons, Alan Sealey, Johnny Byrne, Geoff Hurst, Tony Scott
Attendance : –    50,054


12.09.1964 Division 1      Away     Lost     2-3.

Teams :
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Bobby Moore, John Bond, Jack Birkett, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Eddie Bovington, John Sissons, Johnny Byrne, Alan Sealey, Geoff Hurst
Spurs –  Pat Jennings, Phil Beal, Maurice Norman, Cyril Knowles, Ron Henry, Alan Mullery, Terry Dyson, Jimmy Greaves, Frank Saul, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Robertson
Attendance : –   36,730


08.02.1964 Division 1      Away     Lost     0-4.

Teams :
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Bobby Moore, John Bond, Jack Birkett, Ken Brown, Ronnie Boyce, Eddie Bovington, John Sissons, Johnny Byrne, Peter Brabrook, Geoff Hurst
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Mel Hopkins, Phil Beal, Maurice Norman, Peter Baker, Tony Marchi, Terry Dyson, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, John White
Attendance : –   36,838


28.09.1963 Division 1      Home     Won     3-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Dave Mackay, Terry Dyson, John White, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, John White
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Bobby Moore, Jack Birkett, Joe Kirkup, Ken Brown, Ronnie Boyce, Martin Peters, Eddie Bovington, Alan Sealey, Johnny Byrne, Tony Scott
Attendance : –    51,667
Ref. : –



22.12.1962
An eight goal thriller entertained this pre-Christmas crowd at White Hart Lane.

Ex-West Ham midfielder John Smith gave Spurs the lead after just eight minutes, before Dave Mackay hit a second Tottenham goal after 21 minutes.  West Ham staged a comeback with Martin Peters (30 mins.) and Joe Kirkup pegging Spurs back to 2-2 with 12 second half minutes gone, but Mackay once more gave Spurs the lead, only to see Ronnie Boyce level things up at 3-3 with twenty minutes left.  It was West Ham who went into the lead for the first time in the match thanks to Tony Scott’s effort seven minutes later and Tottenham had to rely on Dave Mackay to complete a hat-trick in the 93rd minute and make the final score 4-4.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, John Smith, Tony Marchi, Dave Mackay, Terry Medwin, John White, Bobby Smith, Jimmy Greaves, Cliff Jones
West Ham –  Jim Standen, Joe Kirkup, Jack Burkett, Bobby Moore, Ken Brown, Peter Brabrook, Alan Sealey, Martin Peters, Tony Scott, Johnny Byrne, Ronnie Boyce
Attendance : –   44,650
Ref. : –



25.08.1962
Tottenham’s trip to Upton Park was a happy one, with a 6-1 First Division win.

West Ham defender John Lyall put through his own goal to start the scoring and then Terry Medwin, Jimmy Greaves’ brace, Cliff Jones and John White completed the Spurs scoring.  West Ham’s only consolation was a goal from Phil Woosnam.

Teams :
West Ham –  Lawrie Leslie, Bobby Moore, Joe Kirkup, John Lyall, Ken Brown, Martin Peters, Ian Crawford, Malcolm Musgrove, ALan Sealey, Johnny Byrne, Phil Woosnam
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Les Allen, Jimmy Greaves, Terry Medwin, Cliff Jones, John White.
Attendance : –   32,527


28.08.1961 Division 1     Away    Lost    1-2.

Teams :
West Ham –  Lawrie Leslie, Bobby Moore, John Bond, Joe Kirkup, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Alan Sealey, Tony Scott, John Dick, Phil Woosnam
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Maurice Norman, Ron Henry, Tony Marchi, Danny Blanchflower, Terry Dyson, Les Allen, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, John Smith
Attendance : –   36,274


23.08.1961 Division 1     Home    Drew    2-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Maurice Norman, Ron Henry, Tony Marchi, Danny Blanchflower, Terry Dyson, Les Allen, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Jimmy Collins
West Ham –  Lawrie Leslie, Bobby Moore, John Bond, Joe Kirkup, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Alan Sealey, Tony Scott, John Dick, Phil Woosnam
Attendance : –   50,434



26.12.1960
The return Christmas fixture against West Ham saw Tottenham ease to a more comfortable victory at Upton Park.

The first Spurs goal resulted from Ken Brown deflecting Les Allen’s shot into his own goal, but Allen got on the score-sheet just before the interval through his own efforts.  The home side put up a fight in the second half, but it was John White, who struck nine minutes from time to make it 3-0 with a shot past Brian Rhodes in the Hammers goal.

Teams :
West Ham – Brian Rhodes, Bobby Moore, John Bond, John Lyall, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Dave Dunmore, Mike Grice, John Dick, Phil Woosnam
Spurs –  John Hollowbread, Peter Baker, Maurice Norman, Ron Henry, Dave Mackay, Danny Blanchflower, Terry Dyson, Les Allen, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, John White
Attendance : –   34,351



24.12.1960
Spurs saw off the challenge from West Ham in this pre-Christmas entertainment at White Hart Lane. 

John White grabbed a first half goal, while Terry Dyson added a second half second to wrap up both the First Division points, despite Spurs having to play on with ten men after Cliff Jones had left the play with a knee injury just after the break.

Teams :
Spurs –   Bill Brown, Peter Baker, Maurice Norman, Ron Henry, Dave Mackay, Danny Blanchflower, Terry Dyson, Les Allen, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, John White
West Ham –  Brian Rhodes, Bobby Moore, John Bond, John Lyall, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Dave Dunmore, Mike Grice, John Dick, Phil Woosnam
Attendance : –   54,930


14.09.1959 Division 1     Away    Won     2-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Noel Dwyer, Noel Cantwell, John Bond, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Doug Wragg, Ron Brett, Vic Keeble, Mike Grice, John Smith, Phil Woosnam
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay, Peter Baker, Danny Blanchflower, Tony Marchi, Terry Dyson, Dave Dunmore, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith
Attendance : –   36,831


09.09.1959 Division 1     Home    Drew    2-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Brown, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay, Peter Baker, Tony Marchi, Dave Dunmore, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Tommy Harmer
West Ham –  Noel Dwyer, Noel Cantwell, John Bond, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Andy Smillie, Vic Keeble, Mike Grice, John Smith, Phil Woosnam
Attendance : –   58,909


10.01.1959 FA Cup Third Round     Home    Won    2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Hollowbread, Mel Hopkins, Maurice Norman, Bill Dodge, Peter Baker, Jim Iley, Dave Dunmore, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Johnny Brooks, Tommy Harmer
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Noel Cantwell, John Bond, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Vic Keeble, Mike Grice, John Dick, Andy Smillie, John Smith
Attendance : –   56,252



26.12.1958
West Ham registered a 4-1 win at White Hart Lane to wrap up a Christmas double.

John Dick (23 minutes) and John Bond (39 minutes) put the Irons 2-0 up before Ron Henry put past his own goalkeeper two minutes after half-time.  Spurs got one back through Alfie Stokes when Danny Blanchflower created the opportunity for him, but Vic Keeble struck again with two minutes left to make the points safe for the visitors.

Teams :
Spurs – John Hollowbread, Maurice Norman, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Jim Iley, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Johnny Brooks, Tommy Harmer, Alfie Stokes
West Ham –   Ernie Gregory, Noel Cantwell, John Bond, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Vic Keeble, Mike Grice, John Dick, Andy Smillie, John Smith
Attendance : –   43,817
Ref. : –



25.12.1958
The close derby saw the home side going on to enjoy their Christmas Day as West Ham hosted Spurs.

There were no goals in the first half, as the game took some time to gather speed, but John Dick and Vic Keeble put West Ham two up and Bobby Smith pulled one back, but it was not enough for Spurs to get a point.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Noel Cantwell, John Bond, Ken Brown, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Musgrove, Vic Keeble, Mike Grice, John Dick, John Smith, Phil Woosnam
Spurs –  John Hollowbread, Maurice Norman, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Danny Blanchflower, Jim Iley, Terry Medwin, Bobby Smith, Cliff Jones, Tommy Harmer, Alfie Stokes
Attendance : –   26,178
Ref. : –



08.03.1956
This Sixth Round replay saw the doors locked at Upton Park as the crowd watched Tottenham move into the semi-final with a 2-1 win with a 3.00 p.m. kick off on a Thursday afternoon. 

Tommy Harmer and Duquemin were both again on the score-sheet for Spurs, who eased through, despite the newspapers claiming that West Ham had five penalty appeals turned down !!  Harmer’s goal came just before half-time, when he knocked in Mel Hopkins’ cross.  The home team equalised when Billy Dare Headed in Frank O’Farrell’s centre with 65 minutes gone, but five minutes later, Tottenham booked a semi-final place with a Len Duquemin shot into the left hand corner of the goal.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, John Bond, Noel Cantwell (c), Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Allison, Frank O’Farrell, Harry Hooper, Albert Foan, Billy Dare, John Dick, Ken Tucker
Spurs –  Ron Reynolds, Maurice Norman, Mel Hopkins, Harry Clarke, Danny Blanchflower (c), Tony Marchi, Tommy Harmer, Johnny Brooks, Bobby Smith, George Robb, Len Duquemin
Ref. : –  J. Williams (Nottingham)
Attendance : –    34,911



03.03.1956
When John Dick scored a hat-trick inside fourteen minutes, it looked as though West Ham were sailing through to the semi-final of the FA Cup.  But Spurs had other ideas.

With three strikes between the 21st and the 35th minutes, the Irons’ 3-1 lead looked very impressive.   Dick opened the scoring in the 21st minute and headed a second two minutes later.  Spurs got back into the game when Harry Clarke hit the post, Bobby Smith fired the rebound goal-wards and John bond caught the ball on the line.  Tommy Harmer’s 32nd minute penalty had reduced the arrears and then, two minutes after Dick’s hat trick goal, George Robb scored again to make it 2-3 at the break when he headed Johnny Brooks’ corner into the net.

Spurs pressed forward to gain an equaliser and succeeded in their quest when Len Duquemin powered home a third goal in the 74th minute to level the scores and take the Sixth Round tie into a replay at Upton Park.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ron Reynolds, Maurice Norman, Mel Hopkins, Harry Clarke, Danny Blanchflower (c), Tony Marchi, Tommy Harmer, Johnny Brooks, Bobby Smith, George Robb, Len Duquemin
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, John Bond, Noel Cantwell, Andy Malcolm, Malcolm Allison (c), Frank O’Farrell, Harry Hooper, Albert Foan, Billy Dare, John Dick, Ken Tucker
Attendance : –    69,118


16.04.1953 The first game at Upton Park under floodlights saw Spurs meet the home side.

West Ham were the winners of this friendly 2-1, with goals from Barrett and Tommy Dixon.  Tottenham’s goal was scored by Sonny Walters.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, George Wright, Harry Kinsell, Derek Parker, Malcolm Allison, Doug Bing, Tommy Southren, Jim Barrett jnr, Tommy Dixon, Jimmy Andrews, Harry Hooper
Reserve : – Frank O’Farrell
Spurs –   Ted Ditchburn, Peter Baker, Charlie Withers, Bill Nicholson, Harry Clarke, Colin Brittan, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Jack Laybourne, Eddie Baily, Les Medley
Attendance : –   ,



25.03.1950
This Second Division game saw Spurs complete the “double” over West Ham in this season with a 4-1 win at White Hart Lane. Eddie Baily set up Les Medley in the third minute to come inside from his wide position, who shot past Ernie Gregory in goal to give Spurs the early lead.  Gregory denied Spurs with three saves in succession, but he could not prevent Sonny Walters driving into the net through a crowd of players to make it 2-0 ten minutes after the opener.

Harry Clarke gifted a chance to Bill Robinson with a poor back-pass in the 25th minute, with the score-line narrowed when the Irons player took the ball around the keeper Ted Ditchburn and slotted home.

Les Bennett gave Spurs a 3-1 lead with a goal from another Baily pass and just before the end a Walters header from a Medley cross rounded off the scoring .

Teams :
Spurs –   Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Charlie Withers, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Les Medley, Len Duquemin, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Steve Forde, Jack Yeomanson, Dick Walker, Danny MacGowan, Derek Parker, Ken Bainbridge, Terry Woodgate, Eric Parsons, Bill Robinson, Gerry Gazzard
Attendance : –   51,124



05.11.1949
A second half goal from Sonny Walters gave Spurs the win in this Second Division meeting at Upton Park in adverse conditions.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Ernie Devlin, Fred Kearns, Derek Parker, Dick Walker, Tommy Moroney, Eric Parsons, Gerry Gazzard, Ken Wright, Danny McGowan, Ken Bainbridge
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Alf Ramsey, Colin Withers, Bill Nicholson, Harry Clarke, Ron Burgess, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Len Duquemin, Eddie Baily, Les Medley
Attendance : –  31,734


19.02.1949 Division 2       Home     Drew    1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Charlie Withers, Horace Woodward, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Len Duquemin, Ernie Jones, Sonny Walters, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Ernie Devlin, Steve Forde, Dick Walker, Ron Cater, Norman Corbett, Ken Tucker, Terry Woodgate, Eric Parsons, Bill Robinson, George Dick
Attendance : –   62,980



25.09.1948
Former Spurs player Almer Hall netted the winner for West Ham in this Second Division meeting at the Lane.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Ernie Devlin, Jack Yeomanson, Dick Walker, Norman Corbett, Tommy Moroney, Terry Woodgate, Eric Parsons, Ken Wright, Eddie Chapman, Almer Hall
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Bill Nicholson, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Ernie Jones, Les Bennett, Eddie Baily
Attendance : –   38,132
Ref. : –


15.09.1947 Division 2    Home   Drew   2-2.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Horace Woodward, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, Ernie Jones, Les Bennett, John Jordan, Charlie Rundle
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Steve Forde, Jack Yeomanson, Dick Walker, Norman Corbett, Tommy Moroney, Derek Parker, Jackie Wood, Eric Parsons, George Proudlock, Don Travis
Attendance : –   33,415


08.09.1947 Division 2    Away   Drew   1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Steve Forde, Jack Yeomanson, Dick Walker, Norman Corbett, Tommy Moroney, Terry Woodgate, Jackie Wood, Eric Parsons, Almer Hall, George Proudlock
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Vic Buckingham, Horace Woodward, Ron Burgess, George Ludford, Len Duquemin, Freddie Cox, Ernie Jones, Les Bennett, John Jordan
Attendance : –   25,732


17.05.1947 Division 2    Home   Drew   0-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Arthur Willis, Vic Buckingham, Ron Burgess, Bill Nicholson, George Ludford, Les Stevens, George Foreman, Les Bennett, Freddie Cox, Ronnie Dix
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Ernie Devlin, Dick Walker, Ron Cater, Norman Corbett, Jackie Wood, Terry Woodgate, Eric Parsons, Frank Neary, Ken Wright, Sam Small
Attendance : –   37,503


02.02.1947 A frozen pitch put paid to this match against West Ham United at White Hart Lane, with it having to be played on 17.05.1947.


19.10.1946
A visit to the Boleyn ground, which had been hit by bombs, saw Spurs return North with a point as the sides shared four goals. Les Bennett put Tottenham ahead, with a goal in the 11th minute, but soon after the break, West Ham went ahead through goals from Sam Small and Ken Bainbridge.  However, it was left to George Foreman, returning to his former club, who grabbed am equalising goal for Tottenham, who were without Ron Burgess who was playing for Wales that day.

Teams :
West Ham –  George Taylor, Charlie Bicknell, Dick Walker, Ron Cater, Norman Corbett, Derek Parker, Sam Small, Ken Bainbridge, Jackie Wood, Terry Woodgate, Archie MacAulay
Spurs –  Ted Ditchburn, Syd Tickridge, Arthur Willis, Horace Woodward, George Ludford, Bill Nicholson, Les Stevens, Les Bennett, George Foreman, Freddie Cox, Ronnie Dix
Attendance : –   34,150



03.03.1945
Tottenham took this War League Cup South Group 3 game with two goals from Jack Gibbons and one each from John Martin and Ron Burgess.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –
Attendance : – 21,000



10.02.1945
The War League Cup South Group 3 game ended in a 1-0 win for West Ham with a solitary strike from Len Goulden.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –
Attendance : – 21,000


14.03.1942 This season’s return London War League match at Upton Park resulted in a 3-2 win for Tottenham.

Fenton and Goulden scored for the home side, but goals by Gibbons and Ivan Broadis (2) secured the victory for Tottenham

Teams :
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, Norman Corbett, Lewis, Attwell, Dick Walker, Archie MacAulay, Sam Small, Eddie Fenton, George Foreman, Len Goulden, Stan Foxall
Spurs –
Attendance : –   ,


06.12.1941 A home London War League game against West Ham was drawn 1-1 with an Ivan Broadis goal for Spurs and the West Ham goal coming from Stan Foxall.

Teams :
Spurs –
West Ham –  Ernie Gregory, C. Walker, Whatley, Eddie Fenton, Dick Walker, Norman Corbett, Sam Small, Archie MacAulay, George Foreman, Len Goulden, Stan Foxall
Attendance : –   ,



08.02.1941
The return London War Cup Section “B” match at West Ham saw a 3-2 reverse, with Sam Small on the score-sheet again, with George Foreman (later to be a Spurs player) and Stan Foxall for the home side.  Tottenham’s goals came from Jack Gibbons and Willie Hall.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –
Attendance : – 5,200



01.02.1941
A London War Cup was divided into two sections and Spurs found themselves in Section “B”.  With West Ham visiting White Hart Lane, Tottenham lost out to two goals from Sam Small and Ted Fenton, with Ivor Broadis replying for the Lilywhites.

Teams :
Spurs –
West Ham –
Attendance : – 4,690


04.03.1939 Division 2     Away    Won    2-0Teams :
West Ham –  Harry Medhurst, Charlie Bicknell, Charles Walker, Dick Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Norman Corbett, Benny Fenton, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Archie MacAulay, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Arthur Hitchins, Ron Burgess, Les Miller, Fred Sargent, John Morrison, Willie Hall, Andy Duncan
Attendance : –   20,832

02.02.1939 FA Cup Fourth Round Second Replay    Played at Highbury    Lost   1-2.

Teams :
West Ham –  Harry Medhurst, Charlie Bicknell, Charles Walker, Dick Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Norman Corbett, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Archie MacAulay, Sam Small, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Arthur Hitchins, Isaac Spelman, Colin Lyman, Albert Hall, Fred Sargent, John Morrison, Willie Hall
Attendance : –   50,468


30.01.1939 FA Cup    Home    Drew   1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Arthur Hitchins, Joe Meek, Isaac Spelman, Colin Lyman, Fred Sargent, John Morrison, Willie Hall
West Ham –  Harry Medhurst, Charlie Bicknell, Charles Walker, Dick Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Eddie Fenton, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Archie MacAulay, Sam Small, Len Goulden
Attendance : –   50,798


25.01.1939 Match postponed because of snow but re-arranged for 30.01.1939.

21.01.1939 FA Cup     Away     Drew    3-3.

Teams :
West Ham –  Harry Medhurst, Charlie Bicknell, Charles Walker, Dick Walker, Norman Corbett, Eddie Fenton, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Archie MacAulay, Sam Small, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Arthur Hitchins, Isaac Spelman, Les Miller, Fred Sargent, John Morrison, Willie Hall, Andy Duncan
Attendance : –   42,716



29.10.1938
The biggest crowd of the season gathered for this London derby, which was settled by two Colin Lyman goals.  Stan Foxall replied for the Irons, but it was not enough to earn the visitors anything from their trip to the Lane.

Teams :
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Bert Sproston, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Albert Page, Isaac Spelman, Colin Lyman, Fred Sargent, John Morrison, Willie Hall, Andy Duncan
West Ham –  Herman Conway, Charlie Bicknell, Charles Walker, Dick Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Norman Corbett, Benny Fenton, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Archie MacAulay, Len Goulden
Attendance : –   51,170


02.04.1938 Division 2      Away     Won    3-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Herman Conway, Charlie Bicknell, Steve Forde, Charles Turner, Norman Corbett, Eddie Fenton, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Tom Green, Archie MacAulay, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Bill Whatley, Les Howe, Arthur Rowe, Les Miller, Fred Sargent, Jack Gibbons, John Morrison, Willie Hall
Attendance : –  30,031



20.11.1937
This match saw the two sides in the Second Division and Spurs took the spoils with goals from Jack Gibbons and Fred Sargent.

Teams :
Spurs –   Percy Hooper, Ralph Ward, Bill Whatley, Les Howe, Albert Page, Frank Grice, Colin Lyman, Fred Sargent, Jack Gibbons, John Morrison, Willie Hall
West Ham –  Jack Weare, Charlie Bicknell, Dick Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Eddie Fenton, John Morton, Roderick Williams, Stan Foxall, Archie MacAulay, Len Goulden
Attendance : –   47,961


26.12.1936 Division 2     Home     Lost    2-3.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jack Hall, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Joe Meek, Arthur Rowe, Frank Grice, Wally Alsford, Les Miller, Jimmy McCormick, John Morrison, Andy Duncan
West Ham –  Jack Weare, Charlie Bicknell, Charles Walker, Dick Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Eddie Fenton, John Morton, Stan Foxall, Peter Simpson, Tom Green, Len Goulden
Attendance : –   34,196



29.08.1936
Two Len Goulden goals gave West Ham an opening day win in Division Two, with Johnny Morrison pulling one back for Spurs.

Teams :
West Ham –  Herman Conway, Alf Chalkley, Albert Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Eddie Fenton, Jim Barrett, John Morton, Jim Ruffell, Peter Simpson, James Marshall, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Jack Hall, Ralph Ward, Vic Buckingham, Les Howe, Arthur Rowe, Frank Grice, George Ludford, Willie Evans, Jimmy McCormick, Johnny Morrison, Stan Alexander
Attendance : –   31,906



14.03.1936
The Irons won the battle of the two sides vying for promotion to the First Division with a 3-1 win at White Hart Lane.

With Ralph Ward making his debut, goals from Jimmy Marshall, Len Goulden and Peter Simpson outdid the single strike from Tottenham’s George Hunt.

Teams :
Spurs –   Allan Taylor, Ralph Ward, Les Howe, Arthur Rowe, Wally Alsford, Willie Evans, Fred Sargent, George Hunt, Johnny Morrison, Willie Hall
West Ham – Herman Conway, Alf Chalkley, Albert Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Eddie Fenton, Jim Barrett, John Morton, Jim Ruffell, Peter Simpson, James Marshall, Len Goulden

Attendance : –   57,417


09.11.1935 Division 2     Away     Drew     2-2.

Teams :
West Ham –  Herman Conway, Alf Chalkley, Albert Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Eddie Fenton, Jim Barrett, Jim Ruffell, David Mangnall, Lawrence Conwell, John Foreman, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Percy Hooper, Fred Channell, Bill Whatley, Charlie Jones, Ernie Phypers, Wally Alsford, Willie Evans, Jimmy McCormick, George Hunt, John Morrison, Willie Hall
Attendance : –   40,245


27.01.1934 FA Cup Fourth Round   Home     Won     4-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Joe Nicholls, Fred Channell, Bill Whatley, Les Howe, Arthur Rowe, Wally Alsford, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, Jimmy McCormick, George Hunt, Willie Hall
West Ham –  Jack Rutherford, Ted Anderson, Alf Chalkley, Albert Walker, Joe Cockcroft, Jim Barrett, John Morton, Jim Ruffell, Vic Watson, Jack Landells, Len Goulden
Attendance : –   51,747



29.04.1933
With Tottenham going for promotion and West Ham looking to avoid the drop, the pressure got through to the players in this game at Upton Park.  Arthur Wilson scored the only goal of the game to give the Irons the two points, which kept them up and Spurs still went up thanks to results elsewhere going their way.

Teams :
West Ham –  Patrick McMahon, Alf Chalkley, Albert Walker, Joe Cockcroft, James Collins, Jim Barrett, John Morton, James Wood, Vic Watson, Arthur Wilson, Len Goulden
Spurs –  Allan Taylor, Bill Felton, Bill Whatley, Arthur Rowe, Tom Meads, Tom Evans, Willie Evans, George Hunt, Jimmy Brain, Willie Hall, Walter Bellamy
Attendance : –   31,706
Ref. : –



17.12.1932
An entertaining draw saw Jack Morton opening the scoring for the Irons and Taffy O’Callaghan equalised before the break.  George Hunt gave Tottenham the lead, but Bill Whatley scored an own goal to leave the score tied at 2-2. 

Teams :
Spurs –  Joe Nicholls, Bill Felton, Bill Whatley, Davie Colquhoun, Les Howe, Arthur Rowe, Tommy Meads, Wally Alsford, Willie Evans, George Hunt, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan
West Ham –   George Watson, Alf Chalkley, Albert Walker, James Collins, Jim Barrett, John Morton, Joe Musgrave, Thomas Yews, Walter Pollard, Syd Puddefoot, Arthur Wilson
Attendance : –   45,129
Ref. : –


17.03.1928 Division 1     Away     Drew    1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, Billy Henderson, Albert Cadwell, James Collins, William Cox, Jim Barrett, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Vic Watson, Stan Earle, Billy Moore
Spurs –  Cyril Spiers, Matthew Forster, Arthur Lowdell, Cecil Poynton, Harry Skitt, Arthur Grimsdell, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Frank Osborne, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan, Frank Hartley
Attendance : –   33,908
Ref. : –   –


05.11.1927 Division 1     Home     Won    5-3.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Britton, Matthew Forster, John Richardson, Arthur Lowdell, Harry Skitt, Arthur Grimsdell, Jimmy Dimmock, Frank Osborne, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan, Charlie Handley, Bert Elkes
West Ham –  David Baillie, John Hebden, George Horler, James Collins, William Cox, Jim Barrett, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Viv Gibbins, Stan Earle, Billy Moore
Attendance : –   35,099


18.04.1927 Division 1     Away     Won    2-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, John Hebden, George Horler, Albert Cadwell, James Collins, Jim Barrett, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Viv Gibbins, Vic Watson, Stan Earle
Spurs –  John Britton, Matthew Forster, John Richardson, Harry Skitt, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, John Blair, Frank Osborne, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Handley
Attendance : –   21,354


15.04.1927 Division 1     Home     Lost    1-3.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Britton, Matthew Forster, Cecil Poynton, Harry Skitt, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Arthur Sanders, Frank Osborne, Eugene “Taffy” O’Callaghan, Charlie Handley, Bert Elkes
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, John Hebden, George Horler, Albert Cadwell, James Collins, Jim Barrett, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Viv Gibbins, Vic Watson, Stan Earle
Attendance : –   42,010


08.01.1927 FA Cup Third Round    Away     Lost    2-3.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, John Hebden, George Horler, James Collins, Jim Barrett, George Carter, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Viv Gibbins, Vic Watson, Stan Earle
Spurs –  Jimmy Smith, Tommy Clay, Cecil Poynton, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, John Blair, Andy Thompson, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Handley, Bert Elkes
Attendance : –  44,417


20.03.1926 Division 1     Away     Lost    1-3.

Teams :
West Ham – Ted Hufton, John Hebden, George Kay, James Collins, Jim Barrett, George Carter, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Vic Watson, Stan Earle, Billy Moore
Spurs –  Jimmy Smith, Tommy Clay, Matthew Forster, Harry Skiit, Sid White, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Bill Lane, Frank Osborne, Andy Thompson, Bert Elkes
Attendance : –   29,423


09.01.1926 It was a first Third Round entry for Tottenham, as they hosted East Londoners West Ham United in the FA Cup.

Spurs were 5-0 winners of the match, with a hat-trick of goals from Jimmy Dimmock and two from Frank Osborne in a game that was sportingly contested, with the result not a foregone conclusion until the latter stages, when Spurs wrapped up the victory.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill Kaine, Tommy Clay, Matt Forster, Harry Skitt, Jimmy Skinner, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Frank Osborne, Andy Thompson, Bert Elkes
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, Alf Earl, Billy Henderson, Syd Bishop, James Collins, Jim Barrett, Thomas Yews, Vic Watson, Stan Earle, Billy Williams
Attendance : –   49,800



07.11.1925
Frank Osborne hit his third hat-trick in three games to seal this win over West Ham at White Hart Lane.  Jack Elkes scored the other goal for Tottenham as they finished 4-2 winners.

Teams :
Spurs –  James Smith, Tommy Clay, Matt Forster, Harry Skitt, Jimmy Skinner, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Frank Osborne, Andy Thompson, Jimmy Seed, Bert Elkes
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, John Hebden, Thomas Hodgson, Albert Cadwell, Syd Bishop, Jim Barrett, George Carter, Jim Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Vic Watson, Billy Moore
Attendance : –  35,259



28.03.1925
A 1-1 draw in the First Division saw goals from Vic Watson for West Ham United and Jimmy Seed for Spurs score the goals that cancel each other out at White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Spurs –   Bill Hinton, Tommy Clay, Cecil Poynton, Harry Skitt, Arthur Grimsdell, Jimmy Skinner, Jimmy Dimmock, Bill Lane, Andy Thompson, Jimmy Seed, Bert Elkes
West Ham –   Bill Kaine, Billy Henderson, George Horler, George Kay, Albert Cadwell, Jim Barrett, James Ruffell, Thomas Yews, John Campbell, Vic Watson, Billy Williams
Attendance : –  29,321


22.11.1924 Division 1    Away   Drew   1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –  Thomas Hampson, John Hebden, Billy Henderson, George Kay, Albert Cadwell, George Carter, Jim Ruffell, Thomas Yews, Vic Watson, Stan Earle, Billy Moore
Spurs –   Bill Hinton, Matthew Forster, Cecil Poynton, Harry Skitt, Jimmy Skinner, Bert Smith, Jimmy Seed, Charlie Handley, Harry Hargreaves, Bert Elkes
Attendance : –   30,000



22.04.1924
The first Division One meeting of the two sides at White Hart Lane and it was won by a single goal from John Campbell for West Ham.

Teams :
Spurs –  Herbert Blake, Tommy Clay, Bob Brown, Bert Smith, Harry Lowe, Sid White, Jimmy Dimmock, Alex Lindsay, Fanny Walden, Harold Hargreaves, Bert Elkes
West Ham –  Thomas Hampson, Billy Henderson, Jack Young, Syd Bishop, George Kay (c), Albert Cadwell, Thomas Yews, Vic Watson, John Campbell, Billy Moore, James Ruffell
Attendance : –  18,153
Referee : – Capt. A. J. Prince-Cox
Linesmen : – 
Mr.  J. B. Dance; Mr. T. B. Fryer
Kick off : 15.15


09.02.1924 Division 1     Away     Drew    0-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Thomas Hampson, Billy Henderson, Jack Young, George Kay (c), Albert Cadwell, James Collins, George Carter, Jim Ruffell, Bill Edwards, Harry Hodges, Billy WIlliams
Spurs – George Maddison, Matt Forster, Bob McDonald, Cecil Poynton, Charlie Walters, Sid White, Fanny Walden, Frank Osborne, Charlie Handley, Harold Hargreaves, Bert Elkes
Attendance : –   30,000



22.03.1920
A game rearranged because of Tottenham’s involvement in the FA Cup quarter finals took place on a Monday.

With goals from Jimmy Cantrell and Jimmy Dimmock, Spurs recorded a 2-0 win on their way to a record 70 points to win the Second Division Championship.

Teams :
Spurs – 
  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob Brown, Jimmy Archibald, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Jimmy Cantrell, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss
West Ham – Ted Hufton, William Cope, James Lee, Jack Tresadern, Dan Woodards, James Palmer, James Cumming, Daniel Bailey, Syd Puddefoot, Stephen Smith, Jack Mackesy
Attendance : –   26,000



13.03.1920
West Ham won this first league meeting at Upton Park, in the Second Division, as Syd Puddlefoot’s double saw them through, despite one from Jimmy Cantrell.

Teams :
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, James Lee, Jack Tresadern, J. Woodburn, James Palmer, Edgar Smithurst, Daniel Bailey, Syd Puddefoot, Stephen Smith, Frank Burton, Jack Mackesy
Spurs –  Bill Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob Brown, Jimmy Archibald, Arthur Grimsdell, Jimmy Skinner, Jimmy Dimmock, Jimmy Cantrell, Jimmy Banks, Bert Middlemiss, Bert Bliss
Attendance : –   25,691


21.02.1920 FA Cup Third Round   Home   Won   3-0.

Spurs emerged from this London derby to reach the Fourth Round of the FA Cup with a 3-0 earned through goals from Arthur Grimsdell and two from Charlie Wilson.

Teams :
Spurs –  Bill  Jacques, Tommy Clay, Bob Brown, Charlie Rance, Arthur Grimsdell, Bert Smith, Jimmy Dimmock, Fanny Walden, Charlie Wilson, Jimmy Banks, Bert Bliss
West Ham –  Ted Hufton, William Cope, George Kay, James McCrae, Harold Bradshaw, Jack Tresadern, Daniel Bailey, Syd Puddefoot, Stephen Smith, George Butcher, Frank Burton
Attendance : –   47,646


04.01.1908 Southern League   Home    Won    3-2.

Spurs won this home Southern League game with West Ham thanks to goals from George Payne Arthur Pickett and James Pass, although the visitors pushed Tottenham hard with both their goals scored by Harry Stapley.

Teams :
Spurs –  Gordon Manning, John Chaplin, Ollie Burton, Tom Morris, Danny Steel, James Gray, Arthur Pickett, Vivian Woodward, Jimmy Pass, George Payne, Bob Walker
West Ham –  George Kitchen, James Gault, Stanley Bourne, George Horn, Len Jarvis, James Blackburn, Arthur Featherstone, Harry Stapley, Daniel Shea, William Grassam
Attendance : –   13,000


04.11.1907 Western League    Away     Won   3-1.

Danny Steel and a Jimmy Reid double helped Spurs to a 3-1 away win over West ham in the Western League.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  Gordon Manning, John Chaplin, Alex Tait, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, James Gray, Joe Walton, Willie McNair, Jimmy Reid, Harry Stansfield, Jimmy Pass
Attendance : –   Unknown


07.10.1907 Western League    Home    Won   2-1.

Walter Bull and Arthur Pickett found the net to give Spurs a 2-1 win over West Ham United at White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Spurs –   Gordon Manning, Arthur Dixon, John Watson, Walter Bull, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, Joe Walton, Willie McNair, Arthur Pickett, Harry Stansfield, Max Seeburg
West Ham –
Attendance : –   5,000


07.09.1907 Southern League    Away    Drew    1-1.

Goals from William McNair and James Blackburn cancelled each other out to give each side a point in this visit to Upton Park.

Teams :
West Ham –  George Kitchen, William Wildman, William Taylor, ??, Frank Piercy, Thomas Allison, James Blackburn, David Lindsay, Harry Stapley, William Grassam, Lionel Watson
Spurs –  Jack Whitbourne, John Chaplin, Arthur Dixon, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Jabez Darnell, Alf Whyman, Joe Walton, Willie McNair, Jimmy Reid, Jimmy Pass
Attendance : –   10,000


08.04.1907 Western League    Home    Won   4-0.

Alf Whyman hit a hat-trick in this home win over West Ham, with Herbert Chapman the other Spurs player on the score-sheet.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jack Whitbourne, John Chaplin, Ollie Burton, Danny Steel, Jabez Darnell, Frank McDiarmid, Alf Whyman, John Brearley, Joe Walton, Herbert Chapman, Charlie Hewitt
West Ham –
Attendance : –   Unknown


29.12.1906 Southern League    Away   Lost    2-4.

Goals from Jimmy Reid and Vivian Woodward were not enough to stop West Ham United running out 4-2 winners at Upton Park.

It took a hat-trick from Arthur Winterhalder and another goal from Harry Stapley to secure the Southern League points.

Teams :
West Ham –  David Clarke, Sydney Hammond, William Wildman, Frank Piercy, Thomas Allison, Len Jarvis, Arthur Winterhalder, David Lindsay, Harry Stapley, William Grassam, Lionel Watson
Spurs –  Matt Reilly, John Chaplin, Alex Tait, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Alf Whyman, John Walton, Jimmy Reid, Vivian Woodward, Charlie Hewitt
Attendance : –   13,000


08.10.1906 Western League    Away    Lost    0-5.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  Matt Reilly, Claude Watson, John Watson, Danny Steel, Ted Hughes, William Dow, John Brearley, George Badenoch, Jimmy Reid, Harry Stansfield, Charlie Hewitt
Attendance : –   4,000


01.09.1906 Southern League    Home   Lost    1-2.

Goals from Harry Stapley and Lionel Watson gave the Irons a 2-1 win at White Hart Lane, with netting Tottenham’s only replay in this Southern League encounter.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Eggert, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Frank McDiarmid, William Dow, Joe Walton, Wally Eames, Charlie Hewitt, Bob Walker
West Ham –  George Kitchen, William Wildman, Dave Gardner, Frank Piercy, Thomas Allison, Len Jarvis, James Blackburn, David Lindsay, Harry Stapley, William Grassam, Lionel Watson
Attendance : –   17,000


26.03.1906 Western League    Home   Won   1-0.

Alf Whyman’s goal gave Tottenham a home win over West Ham United in the Western League.

Teams :
Spurs –  Jack Whitbourne, Bill Hickling, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Jabez Darnell, Alf Whyman, Alex Glen, George Leach, Bill Murray, John Shackleton
West Ham –
Attendance : –  1,000


27.01.1906 Southern League    Away    Won   1-0.

A single goal from centre-forward Peter Kyle handed Spurs they points when they met West Ham Unite din the Southern League at Upton Park.

Teams :
West Ham –  George Kitchen, Dave Gardner, Frank Piercy, Robert Bush, Len Jarvis, James Blackburn, Arthur Featherstone, Harry Stapley, William Grassam, Lionel Watson, James Jackson
Spurs –  John Eggett, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Ted Hughes, Chris Carrick, John Brearley, Joe Walton, Peter Kyle, Alex Glen, Herbert Chapman
Attendance : –   18,000


06.11.1905 Western League     Away    Lost   1-4.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  John Eggett, John Watson, Ollie Burton, James Freeborough, John George, Ted Hughes, John Blake, Charlie O’Hagan, Bill Berry, Harry Stansfield, C. G. Gaudson
Attendance : –  Unknown


23.09.1905 Southern League    Home    Won   2-0.

Two Herbert Chapman goals won this match at the Lane for Spurs against Southern League opponents, West Ham United.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Eggett, Alex Tait, John Watson, Walter Bull, Tom Morris, Jabez Darnell, Peter Kyle, Charlie O’Hagan, Harry Stansfield, Herbert Chapman
West Ham –  George Kitchen, Sydney Hammond, Dave Gardner, Frank Piercy, Thomas Allison, Len Jarvis, James Blackburn, F. Wilkinson, Charles Mackie, Herbert Winterhalder, Billy Bridgeman
Attendance : –   14,00


27.03.1905 Western League    Away    Drew    1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  John Eggett, William McCurdy, John Watson, Tom Morris, Jimmy McNaught, Jack Kirwan, Joe Walton, Bill Berry, David Copeland, Alex Glen, John Burton
Attendance : – Unknown


21.01.1905 Southern League    Home    Won   1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Eggett, William McCurdy, John Watson, Walter Bull, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Brearley, David Copeland, Alex Glen, Harry Stansfield, Vivian Woodward
West Ham –  Matt Kingsley, Sydney Hammond, Dave Gardner, Frank Piercy, Thomas Allison, Len Jarvis, Chris Carrick, William McCartney, Jack Fletcher, Charles Simmons, Billy Bridgeman
Attendance : –   12,000


24.10.1904 Western League     Home   Lost    0-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  John Eggett, William McCurdy, John Watson, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Jack Kirwan, John Brearley, David Copeland, Charlie O’Hagan, Harry Stansfield, Warner
Eggett, McCurdy, J. Watson, Morris, McNaught, Kirwan, Brearley, Copeland, O’Hagan, Stansfield, Alf Warner
West Ham –
Attendance : –  Unknown


24.09.1904 Southern League    Away    Drew    0-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Matt Kingsley, Tom Bamlett, Dave Gardner, Frank Piercy, Thomas Allison, Jack Flynn, William McCartney, Jack Fletcher, John Russell, Charles Simmons, Billy Bridgeman
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, John Watson, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Brearley, Joe Walton, David Copeland, Harry Stansfield, Vivian Woodward
Attendance : –   13,000


18.04.1904 Western League   Away    Won   1-0.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Harry Erentz, Percy Mapley, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Harold Milton, Jack Kirwan, John Brearley, Joe Walton, David Copeland, Jack Jones
Attendance : –  Unknown


21.03.1904 London League    Away    Won   1-0.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Ollie Burton, James McNaught, Jimmy Chalmers, John Brearley, Arthur Turner, John Burton, John Cameron, Alf Warner
Attendance : –  Unknown


19.03.1904 Southern League    Away    Won    2-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Frederick Griffiths, George Eccles, William Oakes, Joseph Blythe, James Bigden, Thomas Allison, William Church, William Kirby, Herbert Lyon, Charlie Satterthwaite, Billy Bridgeman
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, John Watson, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Brearley, Joe Walton, David Copeland, Vivian Woodward, Jack Jones, J. J. Jones
Attendance : –   8,000


18.01.1904 London League    Home   won   2-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Arthur Archer, John Watson, James McNaught, Charlie Brown, James Chalmers, John Brearley, David Copeland, Jack Jones, J. J. Jones, Alf Warner
West Ham –
Attendance : –  Unknown


14.12.1903 Western League    Home   Won  4-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, Ollie Burton, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Bert Badger, David Copeland, J. J. Jones, Alf Warner
West Ham –
Attendance : –  Unknown


21.11.1903 Southern League    Home   Won  2-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, Ollie Burton, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Barlow, David Copeland, Vivian Woodward, J. J. Jones, Alf Warner
West Ham –  Frederick Griffiths, George Eccles, Percy Mapley, Ernest Watts, Joseph Blythe, James Bigden, Thomas Allison, William Kirby, William Barnes, Herbert Lyon, Charlie Satterthwaite
Attendance : –   8,000


19.03.1903 Western League    Away   Drew   0-0.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, John Stephenson, Charlie Brown, Ted Hughes, James Chalmers, William Dryburgh, Bob Houston, David Copeland, Jack Jones, Alf Warner
Attendance : –  Unknown


16.02.1903 Western League    Home     Won   1-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, John Stephenson, Ollie Burton, Walter Bugg, James Chalmers, William Dryburgh, Patrick Gilhooley, Harold Rainbird, John Burton, David Quinn, Walter Moles
West Ham –
Attendance : –   4,000


14.02.1903 Southern League   Away    Lost  0-1.

A goal from Wallace won this match for West Ham United.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Alex Tait, John Watson, Ted Hughes, Tom Morris, Charlie Brown, James Chalmers, William Dryburgh, Patrick Gilhooley, John Cameron, George Fredericks, Jack Jones
West Ham –  Frederick Griffiths, John Dow, Aubrey Fair, Joseph Blythe, James Bigden, William Yenson, John Campbell, William Davidson, William Barnes, William Grassam, L. Wallace
Attendance : –   8,000


15.12.1902 London League    Home    Won   4-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Charlie Williams, Alex Tait, John Watson, Charlie Brown, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Barlow, David Copeland, Harold Rainbird, Jack Jones, Alf Warner
West Ham –
Attendance : –   3,000


01.11.1902 Southern League   Home   Drew   1-1.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Charlie Brown, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, John Barlow, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones, J. J. Jones
West Ham –  Frederick Griffiths, John Dow, George Eccles, T. McAteer, Joseph Blythe, James Bigden, William Linward, John Campbell, John Farrell, William Barnes, William Grassam
Attendance : –   9,000


20.10.1902 London League    Away    Drew   0-0.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, Charlie Brown, Jack Kirwan, Bob Houston, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones, J. J. Jones
Attendance : –   4,000


21.04.1902 London League   Home    Drew   2-2.

Two Sandy Brown goals earned Spurs a share of the points as West Ham United made the visit from East London.

Teams :
Spurs – George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, Patrick Gilhooley, Jack Jones
West Ham –
Attendance : –   2,000


10.03.1902 Western League    Away   Drew   1-1.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones
Attendance : –   3,000


15.02.1902 Southern League   Home   Lost   1-2.

David Copeland was Tottenham’s scorer in this Southern League home match, but West Ham went on to win with goals scored by Bill Jenkinson and Roddy MacEachrane.

Teams :
Spurs –  Fred Griffiths, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, James McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, Alan Haig-Brown, John Cameron, Jack Jones
West Ham –  Hugh Monteith, Sydney King, Charles Craig, James Bigden, William Jones, Roddy MacEachrane, William Linward, Fergus Hunt, George Ratcliffe, William Grassam, William Jenkinson
Attendance : –   9,000


16.12.1901 This London League meeting ended in a 3-1 home win for West Ham United.

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, David Copeland, Patrick Gilhooley, Tom Soulsby, John Cameron, Jack Jones
Attendance : –   2,000


02.11.1901 Southern League  First Division    Away   Won   1-0.

Jack Jones was the sole scorer in this away Southern League match against West Ham United.

Teams :
West Ham –  Hugh Monteith, Sydney King, Charles Craig, William Kelly, James Bigden, Roddy MacEachrane, William Linward, Fergus Hunt, Frederick Corbett, George Ratcliffe, William Grassam
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, James McNaught, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones
Attendance : –   17,000


14.10.1901 David Copeland and John Cameron scored the goals that gave Spurs a 2-1 win over West Ham United in the Western League.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, James McNaught, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Patrick Gilhooley, John Cameron, Jack Jones
West Ham –
Attendance : –   7,000


16.02.1901 Southern League  First Division    Away   Won   4-1.

Spurs eased to victory at West Ham United with goals from Leonard Hyde, Sandy Brown and two from Bob Stormont.  Bill Grassam scored the Irons’ consolation goal.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, Ted Hughes, Bob Stormont, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, Leonard Hyde, John Cameron, Jack Jones
West Ham –  Thomas Moore, Sydney King, Charles Craig, William Kelly, Roddy MacEachrane, Frank Taylor, Robert Allan, Fergus Hunt, Frederick Corbett, George Ratcliffe, William Grassam
Attendance : –   5,500


27.10.1900 Southern League  First Division    Home   Drew   0-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  George Clawley, Harry Erentz, Alex Tait, James McNaught, Ted Hughes, Bob Stormont, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Sandy Brown, John Cameron, Jack Jones
West Ham –  Hugh Monteith, Sydney King, Charles Craig, Roddy MacEachrane, Frederick Fenton, Robert Allan, Fergus Hunt, James Reid, Frederick Corbett, Charles Dove, Albert Kay
Attendance : –  6,000


10.03.1900 Southern League  First Division    Away   Drew   0-0.

Teams :
West Ham –  Thomas Moore, T. Dunn, Sydney King, Stewart, Roddy MacEachrane, Frank Taylor, Robert Allan, William Joyce, Charles Dove, Albert Carnelly, Kenneth McKay
Spurs –  David Haddow, Jimmy Melia, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, James McNaught, Bob Stormont, Jack Kirwan, Art Rule, Leonard Hyde, John Cameron, Joe Raby
Attendance : –   9,000


04.11.1899 Southern League  First Division    Home  Won 7-0.

Three goals from Tom Pratt, a double by Tom Morris and two other goals from David Copeland and Jack Kirwan saw off any challenge that Thames Ironworks might have posed.

Teams :
Spurs –  Wilfred Waller, Jimmy Melia, Alex Tait, Tom Morris, Bob Stormont, Jack Kirwan, Tom Smith, Tom Pratt, David Copeland, John Cameron, Jack Jones
West Ham –  Thomas Moore, T. Dunn, Sydney King, Charles Craig, P. McManus, Roddy MacEachrane, William Joyce, Harry Bradshaw, Charles Dove, Albert Carnelly, Kenneth McKay
Attendance : –   7,000


16.03.1899 Thames & Medway League   Away  Lost 1-2

Teams :
West Ham –
Spurs –  Joe Cullen, Harry Erentz, James McNaught, Bob Cain, Bob Stormont, Tom Smith, Bill Joyce, Harry Bradshaw, Thomas Atherton, John Cameron, Jack Jones
Attendance : –  Unknown


03.09.1898 Thames & Medway League   Home  Won 3-0.

Teams :
Spurs –  Alex Hall, Jimmy Melia, James McNaught, Bob Cain, Bob Stormont, Tom Smith, Bill Joyce, Harry Bradshaw, John Cameron, Jack Jones, Keneth McKay
West Ham –
Attendance : –  Unknown