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Posted on 24 June 2004  - 12:00

Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) Football Club is located in North London. The club is also known as Spurs. Tottenham's home ground is White Hart Lane. The club motto is Audere est Facere (To dare is to do).

We will kick-off our 2004-05 Premier League campaign at home to Liverpool on August 14.

So Jacques Santini's first competitive game as Head Coach will be at White Hart Lane.

We then face two away games at Newcastle (August 21) and newly-promoted West Brom (August 24) before our second home game against Birmingham City on August 28.

We take on Arsenal at home on November 13 and travel to Highbury on April 23.

Our first look at Jose Maurinho's Chelsea will be at Stamford Bridge on September 18 with the Blues at the Lane on January 15.

A week after Chelsea away, we take on Manchester United at home (September 25) with our trip to Old Trafford on January 3.

Incredibly, Blackburn provide the opposition for our final home game - this time the final match of the season - for the third-successive year on May 14.

Don't forget that all dates are provisional at this stage - clubs have a week to make changes and television dates are yet to be announced.

AUGUST
14 Liverpool (H)
21 Newcastle (A)
24 West Brom (A)
28 Birmingham (H)

SEPTEMBER
11 Norwich (H)
18 Chelsea (A)
25 Man Utd (H)

OCTOBER
2 Everton (A)
16 Portsmouth (A)
23 Bolton (H)
30 Fulham (A)

NOVEMBER
6 Charlton (H)
13 Arsenal (H)
20 Aston Villa (A)
27 Midd'brough (H)

DECEMBER
4 Blackburn (A)
11 Man City (A)
18 Southampton (H)
26 Norwich (A)
28 C Palace (H)

JANUARY
1 Everton (H)
3 Man Utd (A)
15 Chelsea (H)
22 C Palace (A)

FEBRUARY
1 Bolton (A)
5 Portsmouth (H)
12 Charlton (A)
26 Fulham (H)

MARCH
5 Southampton (A)
19 Man City (H)

APRIL
2 Birmingham (A)
9 Newcastle (H)
16 Liverpool (A)
20 West Brom (H)
23 Arsenal (A)
30 Aston Villa (H)

MAY
7 Midd'brough (A)
14 Blackburn (H)

ALL DATES PROVISIONAL AT THIS STAGE