Tottenham Hotspur

Sport Soccer
Country England England
Home town Tottenham
Founding year 1882
Leagues Premier League
Website www.spurs.co.uk

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is an English football club who currently feature in the English Premier League. The club is based in north London and became the first club in the 20th century to do the League and FA Cup double when they achieved the glory in the 1960-1961 season.

Tottenham Hotspur play their home matches at White Hart Lane. The club bears the nickname Lilywhites but is most commonly referred to as Spurs.

Tottenham Hotspur foster massive rivalry with north London neighbours Arsenal. The rivalry has been added with some bite after the signing of Sol Campbell by Arsenal from Spurs.

Totteham Hotspur were founded as the Hotspur Football Club in 1882 by grammar school boys from the bible class at All Hallows Church. It is also believed by a fraction of the football community that the name “Hotspur” was associated with SirHenry Percy (Sir Henry Hotspur) from William Shakespeare’s Henry Iv, part 1.

Tottenham won the Southern League title in 1900 and the FA Cup in 1901. Spurs won the FA Cup again in 1921. But from then on, Spurs went on a decline but recovered after the World War II and won their first ever First Division Championship in 1951.

The 1960s were a good season for Spurs as they won the double in 1961, the FA Cup in 1962 and the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1963. They won the League Cup in 1971 and 1972 and the UEFA Cup in 1971-1972.

Spurs won the FA Cup again in the 1980s and the UEFA Cup in 1984 and have been a consistent force in the English Premier League.

Show more less

  • Improve This Page Latest edit by Tom Allen
  • Share this page:

Member Activity

FB1

FB1 bet 20 credits @ 1.18 on Tottenham Hotspur to win against Newcastle United FC -

mr Sporter

mr Sporter bet 173 credits @ 1.16 on Tottenham Hotspur to win against Watford FC -

mr Sporter

mr Sporter bet 302 credits @ 1.41 on Tottenham Hotspur to win against Brighton & Hove Albion FC -

FB1

FB1 bet 20 credits @ 1.97 on Tottenham Hotspur to win against Arsenal FC -

Match Results

Tottenham

Tottenham won a game against Leicester City (5 - 4) in the Premier League -

Tottenham

Tottenham won a game against Newcastle (1 - 0) in the Premier League -

West Brom

West Brom won a game against Tottenham (1 - 0) in the Premier League -

Tottenham

Tottenham won a game against Watford (2 - 0) in the Premier League -

2 loves and 0 hates

Latest Articles

English Premier League Match-Day 38: No Surprises as Liverpool Qualify for UCL

English Premier League Match-Day 38: No Surprises as Liverpool Qualify for UCL

The Premier League concluded for the 2017 – 2018 with a series of fixtures spread across the week, as several clubs caught up with their game in hand, and all teams played their final match of the season.On Tuesday, in a massive clash at the bottom of the table, Southampton beat Swansea City 1 – 0 to virtually guarantee their survival in the Premie... Continue reading


English Premier League Match-Day 37: Liverpool, United Lose on Penultimate Weekend

English Premier League Match-Day 37: Liverpool, United Lose on Penultimate Weekend

Going into the penultimate weekend of the season, although the destination of the Premier League crown is known, there were a number of issues to be decided at both the top and bottom end of the table.One of these was decided on Friday night as Brighton earned a 1 – 0 victory against a below par Manchester United ensured their Premier League surviv... Continue reading


English Premier League Match-Day 35: United Win, Liverpool Held

English Premier League Match-Day 35: United Win, Liverpool Held

The past week has seen some teams in the Premier League play some of their matches in hand, whilst for others, it was week 35 of the campaign Continue reading


English Premier League Match-Day 34: Chelsea Fighting for Top Four Spot

English Premier League Match-Day 34: Chelsea Fighting for Top Four Spot

Round 34 of the Premier League fixtures were played over three days, with proceedings kicking-off with the visit of Chelsea to relegation-threatened Southampton. It was the home side who dominated the first part of the match, and deservedly took the lead when Dusan Tadic scored after a fine run from Ryan Bertrand.They then doubled their lead when P... Continue reading


Team Roster

Name Position
Jaden Brown defender
Juan Marcos Foyth defender
Luke Amos defender
Benjamin Davies defender
Toby Alderweireld defender
Kieran Trippier defender
Tashan Oakley-Boothe midfielder
Brandon Austin goalkeeper
Heung-Min Son forward
Bamidele Alli midfielder

Latest Forum Posts

Topic Replies Last Post
80's 1
Modric out 12
Aaron Lennon 8
Loading