The editorial covers all eras of the Club from our birth to the present day with the story told by those involved like John Cameron, Eddie Baily, Dave Mackay, Alan Mullery, Steve Perryman and Gary Mabbutt. Ossie Ardiles looks back at his early days at Spurs while Ledley King talks about his emergence through the Tottenham Hotspur Academy to captain Spurs and play for England.
There is an in-depth focus on the history of White Hart Lane, a special for train enthusiasts as we reflect on the brief life of the steam locomotive Tottenham Hotspur together with a 20-page section on the life and times of the great Bill Nicholson that includes news of the Bill Nicholson Memorial Fund as the good work of our greatest ever manager continues.
Chairman Daniel Levy welcomes all to the Lane for this unique celebration while Damien Comolli looks ahead in a special future section that includes features on our Academy, One Hotspur Juniors and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation plus news of our revised plans for the proposed training facility in Enfield, with details on how Spurs fans can play their part.
Our commemorative issue also incorporates our usual matchday programme with all your favourite features including Martin Jol's exclusive column, the thoughts of Robbie Keane and interviews with Paul Robinson and Chris Hughton.
Packed with exclusive and seldom seen pictures together with images of memorabilia that tells our proud history on their own. We also have a selection of his club-related work from world famous illustrator - and Spurs fan - Paul Trevillion.
This special edition souvenir programme will be available to purchase for £10 with all the profits being donated to the Bill Nicholson Memorial Fund.
Fans not attending the game can CLICK HERE to pre-order their copy.
The commemorative programme to mark our 125th anniversary against Aston Villa on Monday is A4 in size and features 148 pages showcasing our glorious history - it's our biggest programme ever.