Tottenham Hotspur Tickets

Founded on the 5th September 1882, Tottenham Hotspur FC (otherwise known as Spurs or The Lilywhites) have risen to become one of the top football teams of English football. The speed of their early success was remarkable, in 1901 Tottenham won the... Read more
Founded on the 5th September 1882, Tottenham Hotspur FC (otherwise known as Spurs or The Lilywhites) have risen to become one of the top football teams of English football. The speed of their early success was remarkable, in 1901 Tottenham won the FA Cup, making it the first – and only – non-league club ever to do so to date. And it doesn’t stop there. More recently, Tottenham Hotspur became the first club in the 20th Century to do the League and FA Cup double, winning both in the 1960-61 season. They managed to successfully defend their FA Cup win the following season, and in 1963 became the first British club to win a UEFA competition – the European Cup Winners’ Cup. When they became the inaugural winner of the 1972 UEFA Cup, this also made them the first British team to win two different European trophies. Take your seat at Tottenham Hotspur and buy your tickets here at Ticketfinders International! Initially known simply as Tottenham FC, Tottenham changed their name to Tottenham Hotspur FC, apparently after Harry Hotspur, who wore spurs and who fitted his fighting cocks with spurs. This can be found in Tottenham’s crest, which features a spurred cockerel standing on top of a football. Between 1956 and 1983, when the crest was housed inside a faux heraldic shield, it was accompanied by the Latin motto Audere Est Facere (to dare is to do). Although Tottenham are now well-known for their white shirts and blue shorts (hence the nickname ‘Lillywhites’), their original strip was all navy-blue. There then followed a period in which their strip when through some extraordinary changes, including a quartered kit and a chocolate and gold striped ensemble. One element that has formed an important part of Tottenham’s identity is their large Jewish following, which they are very proud of. Tottenham enjoy a strong rivalry with close neighbours Arsenal, and the North London Derby between the two clubs is always a big fixture. As far back as 1899, it was actually a deciding factor that the club needed a new ground when 14,000 spectators turned up Northumberland Park (Tottenham’s ground after leaving the public pitches at Tottenham Marshes) and the ground couldn’t cope. That same year Tottenham moved into a disused nursery behind a public house on Tottenham High Street, taking their stand from Northumberland Park with them, and they’ve been there ever since. White Hart Lane (the name of their ground) currently has a capacity of 36,310, but the club are exploring possibilities to further increase this, and in April 2014 the club announced that it anticipated playing in a redeveloped White Hart Lane from Summer 2017. It is expected that this new stadium will have a capacity of around 58,000. Take up the opportunity to see Tottenham play in the current homeground of almost 120 years and buy your Tottenham Hotspur tickets today at Ticketfinders International! Tottenham Hotspur have an impressive honours record, they are 8 time winners of the FA Cup, 4 time winners of the League Cup, and have won the Charity Shield 7 times. They have also won the UEFA Cup twice, and the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup. When Tottenham won the League Cup in 2008, it meant that they had won a major trophy in six consecutive decades, an achievement matched only by Manchester United. In the All-time FA Premier League Table (a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the Premier League since its inception in 1992), Tottenham currently sit at a very respectable 5th – with only ‘the big four’ (Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool) above them. Don’t miss out on seeing this top London football club, and buy your tickets to Tottenham Hotspur here at Ticketfinders International! As with other top English clubs, Tottenham has a very international first team, captained by French defender Younes Kaboul, with goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (also French) and Togolese striker Emmanuel Adebayor as vice-captains. Other notable players in the first-team include Brazilian Paulinho and Argentinian Érik ‘Coco’ Lamela, as well as English players Kyle Walkerm Danny Rose, and Aaron Lennon. Tottenham’s current manager is Mauricio Pchettino who, after a successful stint at Southampton, took over from Tim Sherwood in 2013 becoming Tottenham’s tenth manger in 12 years. He is known for favoring a very high pressing attacking style, and has been hailed for his focus on developing local youth academy players. Buy your tickets to see Tottenham Hotspur FC here today at Ticketfinders International! Hide
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October

London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

November

London, UK
Wembley Stadium
20:45
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
London, UK
The Emirates
13:30
Dortmund, Germany
Signal Iduna Park
20:45
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
Leicester, UK
King Power Stadium
19:45

December

London, UK
Vicarage Road
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
20:45
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
20:00
Manchester, UK
The Etihad
15:00
Burnley, UK
Turf Moor
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00

January

Swansea, UK
Liberty Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
Southampton, UK
St. Mary's Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
20:00

February

Liverpool, UK
Anfield
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Selhurst Park
15:00

March

London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
Bournemouth , UK
Dean Court
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Stamford Bridge
15:00

April

Stoke, UK
bet365 Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00
Brighton, UK
Amex Stadium
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00

May

West Bromwich, UK
The Hawthorns
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
15:00