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Tottenham Hotspurs

Sport: Football
Manager: Glenn Hoddle
Squad: Click for the club's squad
Ground: White Hart Lane


The Hotspur Football Club were formed from an older cricket club in 1882. The majority of the founders were old boys of St John's Presbyterian School and Tottenham Grammar School. The Casey brothers provided the club with goalposts which were painted blue and white, and their first ball. The local YMCA became the local meeting place for the club.

Tottenham have won the championship twice, in 1951 and 1961. They have won the F.A Cup on a total of eight occasions, 1901 (as a non-league club), 1921, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1981, 1982 and 1991. Spurs have won three European trophies, the European Cup Winners Cup in 1963 and the UEFA Cup in 1972 and 1984.

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Nolberto Solano: Solano Special - 24/11/2004
The Electric New Paper reports on Nol's spectacular winner that saw Villa see off astruggling Spurs side. More
John Beresford: Feeling the heat - 23/08/2004
With another season starting with disappointing results, Bez hopes that an early goal on Wednesday night will lead to the first three points of the season. More
Nolberto Solano: Solano wants to sign off in style - 30/04/2004
From Bill Howell of the Birmingham Evening Mail - Sunday's game against Spurs offers Nol his last chance this season to make amends for his recent sending off. More
John Beresford: The big game - 19/03/2004
Bez offers his thoughts on tomorrows Premiership clash between Newcastle and Charlton. More
Robbie Elliott: Two wonder goals - 15/12/2003
Robbie watched Laurent Robert score two magic goals against Spurs, although the second was a little more spectacular, the first was more technically challenging. More
 Internet Stories: 19 articles
Venables in line for rivalry with former captain Roeder - 23/05/2006
Louise Taylor sees North East attention turn to ex-QPR colleagues.
CARR - excited by toon switch - 10/08/2004
Newcastle United target Stephen Carr has admitted he is excited at the prospect of moving to St James\' Park. Carr is on the verge ...
SIMON DAVIES - to miss season start - 28/07/2004
Tottenham winger Simon Davies will miss the start of the season after surgery to clear up a shin problem. The 24-year-old Welsh ...
LEDLEY KING - King's not easily led - 26/07/2004
JACQUES SANTINI last night warned Arsene Wenger he would have to hand over Thierry Henry and Sol Campbell to lure Ledley King across North London. ...
POSTIGA - staying put, say Spurs - 02/07/2004
Euro 2004 finalists Portugal's striker Helder Postiga is staying at Tottenham Hotspur, the English premier league club said on Friday ...