1995 We record our only win in the Intertoto Cup when our young side, including temporary loan players, returns from Rudar Velenje with a 2-1 win.
2011 Experienced USA international goalkeeper Brad Friedel (pictured, above) signs from Aston Villa.
Danny Rose’s 27th birthday.
1954 Full-back Gordon Smith born in Partick. He would join us from Villa in February, 1979.
1959 Graham Roberts born in Southampton. He arrives here in 1980 and goes on to represent England.
1966 England defender John Scales born in Harrogate. He transfers to Spurs from Liverpool in December, 1996.
2012 Gylfi Sigurdsson joins us from 1899 Hoffenheim.
1982 The announcement is made that Ossie Ardiles will join French club Paris Saint-Germain on loan for a year.
2007 Younes Kaboul signs from Auxerre. He joins Portsmouth a year later but returns to us in January, 2010.
1900 Winger Joe Scott born in Lye, Worcestershire. He moves to Spurs from Barnsley in June, 1928.
1993 Our former captain and record appearance holder Steve Perryman is appointed assistant manager by new boss Ossie Ardiles.
2007 Adel Taarabt among our goalscorers – along with Robbie Keane and Darren Bent – as we win 3-1 in a friendly at Stevenage.
1885 Goalkeeper Fred Boreham born in Rye and would play in our first two seasons in the Football League.
1980 Robbie Keane born in Dublin and is already an established Republic of Ireland international by the time he joins us from Leeds United in August, 2002.
2004 Sean Davis (pictured, below) and Pedro Mendes sign from Fulham and Porto respectively.
2005 Fredi Kanoute, Mido and Jermain Defoe share our goals in a 3-0 friendly win at Stevenage Borough.
1998 Ramon Vega scores for us in a friendly at Grasshoppers but we lose 3-1.
2010 Jon Obika on target in a 4-0 friendly victory at Bournemouth. Roman Pavlyuchenko (2) and Danny Rose also score.
1966 Jimmy Greaves plays in England’s opening game of the World Cup, a 0-0 draw with Uruguay at Wembley and would appear in all three group matches.
1956 Tony Galvin born in Huddersfield. He would join us in 1978 and go on to represent the Republic of Ireland.
2007 Robbie Keane hits the winner in a hometown friendly at St Patrick’s Athletic in Dublin.
2004 Young striker Lee Barnard is our goalscorer in a 1-1 draw at Falkenbergs in Sweden.
2006 On tour in France, Jermain Defoe and Kieran McKenna net in a 2-1 win at Girondins de Bordeaux (Albertville).
1976 Keith Burkinshaw appointed as manager in place of Terry Neill.
2006 Lee Barnard hits the winner in our 1-0 tour success over OGC Nice in Evian.
1997 Allan Nielsen on target as we lose 3-2 at Ski in Norway. Ramon Vega also nets.
1998 Paolo Tramezzani among the Spurs goalscorers in a 6-0 friendly win at Peterborough United.
1989 Gareth Bale born in Cardiff. He would join us from Southampton in May, 2007.
2005 Jermain Defoe and Mido both score in a 2-2 draw with Boca Juniors in the Peace Cup in South Korea.
1997 In Norway, young strikers Neale Fenn and Paul McVeigh score as we win 2-0 at Faaberg.
1998 Steffen Iversen (pictured, below) hits a hat-trick with Jose Dominguez scoring twice in our 7-1 win at Swedish club Lysekil.
1993 Teddy Sheringham scores twice in a 3-1 victory at Drogheda United where Darren Anderton is also on target.
2005 A Robbie Keane double and a goal from Fredi Kanoute gives us a 3-1 Peace Cup victory over Sundowns in South Korea.
2000 A brace for Steffen Iversen in our 4-0 success at AIK Skelleftea (Byske). Chris Armstrong and Les Ferdinand also chip in with goals.
2001 Simon Davies and Sergei Rebrov give us a 2-1 win at Orient in Steve Castle’s testimonial.
1998 Another hat-trick for Norwegian international Steffen Iversen as we beat Gais 3-0.
2003 Bobby Zamora scores twice and Robbie Keane once in a 3-0 friendly win at Oxford United.
2005 Our South Korean tour moves down to Ulsan where Mido’s strike gives us a 1-1 draw with Real Sociedad.
2007 Back in South Africa, Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov share our goals in a 2-1 win over Kaizer Chiefs in Durban in the Vodacom Challenge.
SPURS v PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN, International Champions Cup, at Camping World Stadium, Orlando, kick-off 8pm (1am Sunday UK)
2003 A 3-0 win at Norwich where Darren Anderton, Simon Davies and Bobby Zamora net.
2010 We beat New York Red Bulls 2-1 in the New York Challenge tournament. Robbie Keane and Gareth Bale score.
1975 On tour in West Germany and Holland, we draw 1-1 with Rot-Weiss Essen. Chris Jones scores our goal.
1989 We win 2-0 at Bohemians in Dublin with Paul Stewart and Paul Walsh our goalscorers.
1976 We return to West Germany on tour where we beat Vfl Osnabruck 3-1 with goals from Chris Jones (2) and Gerry Armstrong (pictured, below).
1995 Jason Dozzell and Ronny Rosenthal both strike as we win 2-0 at IFK Gothenburg.
SPURS v AS ROMA, International Champions Cup, at Red Bull Arena, Harrison, kick-off 8pm (1am Wednesday UK)
1975 Right-back Joe Kinnear scores from the penalty spot but we lose 2-1 at Karlsruher SC in Germany.
1989 Paul Gascoigne is among our goalscorers at Cork City where we win 3-0. Fellow England internationals Gary Mabbutt and Gary Lineker also score.
1988 On tour in Sweden we win 4-1 at Vederslav/Danningelanda IF. All together now: “Give us a ‘V...!”
1996 Just 750 people turn up to watch our 0-0 draw with Raufoss in Norway.
1984 We hammer Stjordal Blink 9-0 on tour of Sweden and Norway. Argentinean international trialist Mario Kempes bags a hat-trick.
1991 Vinny Samways, Paul Walsh and Philip Gray all score at Shelbourne where we win 3-1.
Harry Kane’s 24th birthday.
1980 Steve Archibald is our goalscorer in a 1-1 friendly draw at Southend United.
2007 Darren Bent scores twice and Dimitar Berbatov once in a 3-0 triumph over Orlando Pirates in Pretoria.
MANCHESTER CITY v SPURS, International Champions Cup, at Nissan Stadium, Nashville, kick-off 5pm (11pm UK)
1988 Another win in Sweden. Terry Fenwick scores twice – one a penalty – at Trelleborgs FF. Paul Moran was also on target in our 3-0 win.
2003 Goals from Robbie Keane and Matthew Etherington do the damage as we win 2-0 against Kaizer Chiefs in Cape Town.
1975 Chris Jones again on target in our 1-1 draw at Hannover 96.
1984 We win 4-0 at Ostersund on our Sweden-Norway tour with the ‘G-Men’ on target. Tony Galvin, Gary Stevens, Garth Crooks and Glenn Hoddle (penalty) all score.
1968 Centre-half Peter Collins scores twice in a friendly win over Rangers at White Hart Lane. Alan Mullery is also on target.
2009 Aaron Lennon among the goalscorers in our 3-0 win over Hull City in the Barclays Asia Trophy in Beijing. Robbie Keane nets twice – one a penalty.