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Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur FC was founded in 1882 and is based at White Hart Lane in North London. Spurs were the first ever club to achieve the League and FA Cup double in the twentieth century, doing so in 1961. They have won the FA Cup a total of eight times and have two First Division titles to their name, as well as two UEFA cups. Their present manager is Mauricio Pochettino and fans will be hoping that he is the on that can deliver the club a top four position this season. Get your Tottenham tickets now! 


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King Power Stadium, Leicester, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Selhurst Park Stadium, London, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Bramall Lane, Sheffield, United Kingdom
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The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Loftus Road, London, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Old Trafford, Manchester, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Turf Moor - Burnley FC, Burnley, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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St James' Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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White Hart Lane, London, United Kingdom
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Goodison Park, Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Stadio Artemio Franchi, Firenze, Italy
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How well do you know your way around White Hart Lane?

Thu 17:53 13 Nov
<strong><u>How well do you know your way around White Hart Lane?</u></strong> Want to watch football at one of the legendary stadiums of Premier League football? Get tickets for Tottenham v Manchester City here at Ticketbis!

White Hart Lane has only ever been home to Tottenham Hotspur FC and it looks as if it will stay this way as there are plans to develop a new stadium at the same site for the team. Since its inception in 1899 it has been one of the best stadiums in football. Before it became an all-seater stadium it would regulary hit capacity with attendance exceeding 70,000 per game. The record was an FA Cup tie in 1938 against Sunderland when an enormous crowd of 75,038 filled the stands.

Known as The Lane with fans it is a sentimental place for Hotspur fans who have lived every emotion possible on the impressive site. It has come a long way since it was renovated from a nursery into the great stadium it is today. It is known for its bronze cockerel which is the club´s mascot and overlooks games from the roof of the West Stand. As well as football it has also hosted American football and boxing and has been used frequently as the host of Under-21´s international football.

Though nearing the end of an era, it is still one of the most popular stadiums and is well received for the quality of the pitch which is maintained by Stadium Grown Lighting which uses heated lights to maintain the quality of the grass and ensure growth year round. Let´s hope the stadium has a few more years of great matches in its special grounds!

Bought your tickets to see Tottenham? What to do outside the stadium…

Thu 17:49 13 Nov
<strong><u>Bought your tickets to see Tottenham? What to do outside the stadium… </u></strong> Good ol’ Londontown, the great capital itself! Yes, with White Hart Lane situated in the northern part of London, Tottenham may not have the same glits and glamour of Chelsea or Hammersmith, but the area still stands as one of London’s cultural epicentres for both the new and old. While the stadium certainly offers a number of amazing tours, there’s nothing stopping you from experiencing a part of this glorious city, with theQueen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Highgate Cemetery, Speakers Corner, Victoria Park and Broadway Market all within a five mile radius of the stadium!

Of course, for those unacquainted with the London way of life, remember to grab a visitor Oyster card so you can travel the bus and underground systems in the cheapest, most efficient way, best of all they don’t even expire so you can keep the card for your next visit! Be wary though, as the underground system can indeed be daunting and with different lines running through the same platforms, make sure you check which train has arrived before you hop on.Keep this mind, that while a simple day pass can vary depending on zone, the oyster card’s easy pay and go system means you can zip around the city without worry.

Attractions and travel aside, London has always stood as a hot bed for world foods to traditional pubs, and regardless of budget or taste the city has you covered. Top nearby pubs to visit include The Corner Pin, The Bricklayers Arms (ridiculously busy on match days) and the Bell & Hare are all fan favourites, while away fans may want to head to The Park, or The Gilpins Bell. As for food, for the more gourmet minded may need to look further south, but as far as good quality value, there’s no end to various world food outlets ranging from Caribbean, Greek, Turkish, Chinese, Indian, good ol’ Fish and chips and pretty much anything you can think of.

Why buy tickets this season? What we can expect from Tottenham…

Thu 17:47 13 Nov
Tottenham make no secret of their desire to take the place of one of the so-called big four and achieve a consistent finish in the Champions League qualification places. To help achieve thisthe north London club have spent a lot of money over past couple of years – most of it being the £85m brought in by the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid in 2013. However, a string of high-profile signings did not meet expectations and after last season’s disappointing sixth-place finish, ten points short of the last Champions League position, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy sacked manager Andre Villas-Boas.

The task of bringing the best out of flops like £25.7 attacking midfielder Erik Lamela and £26m striker Roberto Soldado has fallen to highly-rated Argentinian manager Mauricio Pochettino, who led Southampton to an eighth-place finish in only theirsecond season in the top flight.However, the new coach has had to suffer the humiliation of seeing his old club exceed expectations while seeing his new one crumble against high-level competition like Liverpool and Manchester City. Spurs fans will be buoyed only by the fact that their team have so farmade light work of the Europa League – a tournament that Pochettino said “kills” teams when he was at St Mary’s. The fact remains that in the face of an ever more competitive top flight, progression in the hard slog of Europa remains Tottenham’s best chance of achieving qualification to the world’s greatest club competition – the Champions League. Get your Liverpool tickets and find out how they fare this time around. Get your Liverpool tickets and find out how they fare this time around. Get your Tottenham v Chelsea tickets and find out how they fare this time around.

How much do you know about Tottenham?

Thu 17:20 13 Nov
GENERAL INFORMATION
  • Year of foundation
    1882
  • Ground
    White Hart Lane
  • Nicknames
    Spurs
    The Lilywhites
CLUB RECORDS
  • Top 10 all-time scorers
    Jimmy Greaves
    Bobby Smith
    Martin Chivers
    Cliff Jones
    Jermain Defoe
    George Hunt
    Len Duquemin
    Alan Gilzean
    Teddy Sheringham
    Robbie Keane
    Record
    Record win
    Record league victory
    Record defeat
    Record league defeat
    Record attendance
  • Number of goals
    266
    208
    147
    159
    143
    138
    134
    133
    124
    122
    Match
    Tottenham v Crewe Alexandra (FA Cup 1960)
    Tottenham v Bristol Rovers (1977)
    Tottenham v FC Köln (UEFA Intertoto Cup 1995)
    Tottenham v Derby County (1976)
    Tottenham v Sunderland (FA Cup 1938)
  • Club Appearances
    379
    317
    367
    378
    363
    198
    307
    439
    277
    303
    Result
    13 - 2
    9 -0
    0 - 8
    2 - 8
    75.038
HONOURS
  • Domestic
    Premier League/First Division
    Second Division
    Southern League
    Western League
    FA Cup
    League Cup
    FA Charity Shield
    European
    UEFA Cup
    UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
    Anglo-Italian League Cup
  • Wins
    2
    2
    1
    1
    8
    4
    7
    Wins
    2
    1
    1
  • Last season
    1960–61
    1949–50
    1899–1900
    1903–04
    1990–91
    2007–08
    1991
    Last season
    1983–84
    1962–63
    1971
MANAGERS
  • Top 10 Managers
    Frank Brettell
    Arthur Turner
    André Villas-Boas
    John Cameron
    David Pleat
    Tim Sherwood
    Harry Redknapp
    Bill Nicholson
    Arthur Rowe
    Fred Kirkham
  • Win %
    58,73
    55,10
    55
    51,93
    50,42
    50
    49,49
    49,03
    47,70
    47,54
  • Years
    1898–1899
    1942–1946
    2012–2013
    1899–1907
    1986–1987
    2013–2014
    2008–2012
    1958–1974
    1949–1955
    1907–1908