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New docufilm celebrates history of White Hart Lane

Posted on 1 November 2017  - 10:55

We are pleased to unveil a new film to celebrate the legacy of our historic former stadium White Hart Lane.

The Lane - a docufilm about our famous old stadiumMauricio Pochettino in the docufilmHarry Kane appears in the docufilmGlenn HoddleThe great Bill Nicholson with the league championship and FA Cup at the Lane after our double season of 1960-61Tony Parks and Graham Roberts -  heroes of our 1984 UEFA Cup triumph at the LaneHarry Kane scores the final goal by a Spurs player at the Lane against United in MayDiego Maradona playing for Spurs in Ossie Ardiles' testimonial in 1986Dele Alli in the changing room last season

The Lane captures the 118-year story of the stadium that rose from humble beginnings to become a London landmark.

It brings to life the exhilarating match-day experience and recalls those incredible moments in history, from the glory nights to the unique untold stories that shaped lives. It is the definitive documentary about a stadium that grew from a piece of land to become a second home to millions, from this corner of north London to the rest of the world.

This story is told using rarely seen archive of the classic moments and interviews with legends of the Lane including Cliff Jones, Pat Jennings, Glenn Hoddle, Ledley King and Ossie Ardiles. There’s unparalleled behind-the-scenes access with the current team as the record-breaking final season at White Hart Lane came to an emotional conclusion, as well as the exclusive thoughts of current stars such as Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris and manager Mauricio Pochettino.

The Lane has been produced by leading sporting production house Pitch International and will premiere exclusively in the UK on BT Sport 1 on Saturday 16 December at 9pm.

The one-hour docufilm will also be available to purchase via club channels from Monday 18 December with further details to follow, while it will also be shown around the world in Scandinavia, the Middle East and North Africa, France, Finland and Asia throughout the rest of the month.