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For many football fans, Tottenham Hotspur is a feast for the eyes. Would you like to experience Tottenham Hotspur football live with top players such as Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Mousa Dembélé and former Bundesliga player Heung-min Son? Read all information about a football trip to Tottenham Hotspur here.


1. Everything about Tottenham Hotspur

2. Your visit to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

3. Tips for visiting London

4. Story about football trips to Tottenham Hotspur

5. Tips for your hotel, flight and football tickets

1. Everything about Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur is known and loved around the world. Still, there are certain things you didn't know about the Spurs. Did you know, for example, that Tottenham Hotspur was the only ’non-league’ club to win the FA Cup? And which stadium was the club's first stadium? Or which Germans have played or are playing for the club? You can learn more about this in this article.

1.1. The story of Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur was founded in 1882 by students from the local elementary school in collaboration with the Hotspur Cricket Club under the name Hotspur FC. Two years later the name was changed to Tottenham Hotspur. In 1895 the club joined the Southern Football League and became a professional football club. Three years later, the former stadium, River Lee, was replaced by Northumberland Park, so that entrance fees could be demanded from the spectators. The club moved to today's stadium in 1899: White Hart Lane. The stadium was rebuilt, so Tottenham Hotspur had to move to Wembley Stadium.

In 1900 Tottenham Hotspur won the Southern Football League and in 1901 even the FA Cup. This made the Spurs the first club to win the FA Cup as a ’non-League’ club. This was thanks to John Cameron. He had come from Everton FC and was the Spurs player, secretary and manager.

In 1908/1909 the Spurs were allowed to appear in the Second Division for the first time. Thanks to a second place in the Second Division, the Spurs were allowed to move up to the First Division: the highest league in England. Because of the First World War, English football was suspended from 1914 to 1919. The Spurs were relegated to last season prior to the temporary suspension but managed to get promoted again when the games resumed.

In the 1950/1951 season, the Tottenham Hotspurs became English champions for the first time. Bill Nicholson was part of this master team. Bill was with Tottenham Hotspur from 1936 to 2004. He started his career with the Spurs as a player, became a coach and manager of the club and ended his career as president of the club. In 1960/1961 he won the first double of the 20th century with the Spurs. The Spurs won both the 1st division and the FA Cup. Two years later, with winning the European Cup Winners' Cup, the club's first European success followed. The League Cup and the UEFA Cup were won for the first time in 1971 and 1982. After losing to Feyenoord in the UEFA Cup final, Bill Nicholson resigned as coach in 1974. With 8 trophies he is the most successful coach in the club's history.

1984 managed the Spurs under coach Burkinshaw a second win of the UEFA Cup. After this success, no further national or European titles were won. In recent seasons, the club failed to become champions despite many good seasons. Participation in the Champions League in 2010 was the first time in the club's history that the Spurs played in this tournament.

1.2. Germans with the Spurs

No German currently has a contract with Spurs. In the past, however, some Germans played at Tottenham. Among them is soccer legend Jürgen Klinsmann. Klinsmann played for Spurs from 1994-1995 and again from 1997 to 1998. Another German at Spurs was Christian Ziege, who played there from 2001 to 2004. Steffen Freund played for Tottenham Hotspur between 1999 and 2003. After his active career, he returned from 2012 to 2014 as assistant coach to André Villas-Boas. After his time as an assistant trainer, he worked as an international technical coordinator at Spurs from 2014 to 2015. The last German to play for Spurs is Lewis Holtby. He played for the club between 2013 and 2014.

1.3. The fans

Tottenham Hotspur has 165 official fan clubs around the world. These can be broken down by continent: North America has 70 fan clubs, Asia has 16, Europe (excluding England and Ireland) has 21 and the remaining continents have a total of 17 fan clubs. There are a total of 28 fan clubs in the UK and 13 in Ireland.

1.4. The current team

In recent years, Tottenham Hotspur played in the top 5 of the Premier League. The club has top players like Kane, Alli and Eriksen.


Hugo Lloris, Michel Vorm, Paulo Gazzaniga


Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Davinson Sánchez, Juan Foyth, Serge Aurier, Ben Davies, Kyle Walker-Peters

midfield player

Érik Lamela, Victor Wanyama, Georges-Kévin N’Koudou, Eric Dier, Moussa Sissoko, Mousa Dembélé, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Lucas Moura, Harry Winks


Son Heung-Min, Harry Kane, Fernando Llorente

2. Your visit to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

In the 2016/2017 season, the Spurs played at White Hart Lane, but the Champions League games at Wembley Stadium. Temporarily, the Spurs had to play their games at Wembley Stadium as White Hart Lane was being renovated. Tottenham has been playing all games in White Hart Lane since April 2019. The new stadium was officially opened on April 3, 2019.

2.1. General information about the stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the largest stadium in the English capital, London, with a capacity of 62,062. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium replaces the old Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, White Hart Lane. The current name "Tottenham Hotspur Stadium" is only a temporary name. The rights to the stadium name are expected to be sold to a sponsor in the future.

The first game in the stadium took place on April 3, 2019. This was the Premier League game between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace. This game led to the first home win in the new stadium. The Spurs won 2-0 with goals from Son and Eriksen.

The Spurs' stadium is not only used for football matches for the London club. The stadium is also used for the NFL London Games (American Football). This is also one of the reasons why the stadium has two playing fields. There is an artificial turf field under the soccer field.

2.2. Ticket categories

We offer six different ticket categories. Ticket category 6 is the standard category that is included in our base price. Of course, you have the option to change the ticket category.

2.3. How to get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Like many other football stadiums, the Spursstadion can be easily reached by public transport. Tottenham advises visitors not to drive to the stadium as there is insufficient parking space and the streets around the stadium are fully parked on match days.


There are 4 stations that are easily accessible on foot from the stadium. Among other things, 'White Hart Lane', which is about 5 minutes' walk from the stadium. Another stop near the stadium is Northumberland Park, a 10-minute walk away.


In addition to the train, it is also possible to get to the stadium by bus. Several bus routes stop around the stadium, including bus routes 259 and 279.


It is of course also possible to reach the stadium by taxi. The taxi cannot drop you off right next to the stadium as various streets around the stadium are closed on match days. It's often a 10-minute walk to the stadium.

2.4. How do I get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

2.5. Food and drink at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

As in many other football stadiums, there are numerous restaurants and bars in and around the stadium. Tottenham Stadium is one of the most modern and luxurious stadiums in England. There is something for everyone, from typical English snacks, such as the "pie", to full menus that you can get in one of the restaurants. There are also plenty of bars in the stadium where you can enjoy a drink, from beer to soft drink. Even the longest bar in Europe is in the stadium; this bar is just as long as the goal line!

2.6. Where can I have a beer before the game?

A typical English football habit is to have a beer in one of the pubs around the stadium. There are also several pubs around Tottenham Hotspur Stadium that you can visit for the real English football atmosphere. Here are some suggestions where to have a beer before the game: The Bricklayers Arms, No.8 Tottenham, The Coach & Horses

3. How did other football fans experience your football trip to Tottenham Hotspur?

Football Travel Online has more than 15 years of experience organizing football travel to Tottenham Hotspur. During this time we have helped many football fans to have an unforgettable football trip on White Hart Lane and Wembley Stadium.

4. Tickets & football trips Tottenham Hotspur

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