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ull Name

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club


The Spurs, Lilywhites

Year Formed


Head Coach

Nuno Espirito Santo

Team Captain

Hugo Lloris 

League Championships

1st Division 2 Wins | 2nd Divisions 2 Wins

Total Cup Wins

8 FA Cup Wins | 4 League Cup Wins | 2 UEFA Cup Wins | 7 FA Charity Shield Wins | 1 Anglo-Italian League Cup Win 




About Tottenham Hotspur FC

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, known as Tottenham or “The Spurs” for short, has a reputation for winning cups. As the first British team to win a European trophy as well as the first-ever UEFA Cup, a Spurs match is a must-see at least once. 

History of Tottenham Hotspur FC

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club was founded in 1882 that was originally named Hotspur. However, due to confusion with an older club named Hotspur FC, they quickly changed their name to Tottenham Hostpur. 

The Spurs became famous in their early years, attracting large crowds to their home games due to their successes winning trophies. They won their first FA Cup in 1901 and were the only non-football league side to win this title.

In 1908, Tottenham Hotspur was admitted into the second division of the English Football league and promoted to the first division in the same year. However, aside from the FA Cup victory, Tottenham didn’t win any achievements until post-WWII. 

What became known as the “push and run” style, Tottenham’s strategy led to its first-ever league title in 1951. Unfortunately, this style was quickly adopted by other teams and proved less effective, leading to further struggles with winning further titles. 

Bill Nicholson’s Success

In the 1960s, Bill Nicholson became the manager of the team and pushed them to win numerous titles during his time. These were the “glory days” for Tottenham. After a winning streak for three seasons in a row, the Spurs also became the first-ever English team to win a European trophy. This was followed by the UEFA Cup in 1972. Overall, Nicholson’s 16 years of leadership brought the team to 8 major victories.

In recent years, Tottenham has mostly been just an average team that’s constantly fighting to get back to their “glory days.” In the 2015 to 2016 season, Harry Kane was the top scorer in the Premier League with 25 goals. This was followed by a second-place finish against Chelsea the following year.

Even though the team has had any notable achievements, they are still loved by their fans who believe they will get back on the path to success. 

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The Tottenham Hotspur stadium seats 62,062 fans in North London. As of 2019, it is the largest stadium in the Premier League and it has a multi-purpose design. In addition to the football team playing on the field, it uses a retractable pitch used for NFL London Games, concerts, and other events