SPURS v MILLWALL
Emirates FA Cup, quarter-final
Sunday, March 12, 2017
White Hart Lane, 2pm
Millwall are sixth in League One ahead of the weekend's action and come to White Hart Lane looking to claim another Premier League scalp in the FA Cup, having already seen off Bournemouth, Watford and Leicester City in the competition this season, without conceding a single goal.
Featuring ex-Spurs academy players Jordan Archer, Calum Butcher and Joe Martin among their number, they won 2-1 at home to Dele Alli's former side MK Dons last Saturday.
This tie has the potential to make history thanks to some new rules coming into effect from this stage of the competition – find out more here...
SPURS v READING
Premier League 2
Monday, March 13, 2017
Two of several sides jockeying for position in a bid to get away from the drop zone meet in the Premier League 2 at Stevenage on Monday night.
We take on Reading, looking to complete a league double over them after registering a fantastic 4-1 win in the reverse fixture back in August.
Tickets will be available on the night, priced at £5 for adults and £2 for concessions.
Alternatively, you'll be able to follow the match with live updates on Twitter @SpursOfficial.
CHARLTON WOMEN v SPURS LADIES
FA Women's Premier League South
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Sporting Club Thamesmead, 2pm
A week after seeing off fellow title-chasers Cardiff in the League Cup semi-finals with a fantastic 3-0 victory, Spurs Ladies face another high-flying side in domestic action on Sunday when they visit Charlton.
The hosts have moved to the top of the division, one point ahead of Cardiff, Coventry and Spurs, all joint on 31, but Karen Hills’ side have three games in hand over the leaders and know that victory this weekend will see them leapfrog their opponents once more.
Make sure you keep an eye out here on tottenhamhotspur.com early next week for all the coverage and fall-out.
SPURS v CHELSEA
FA Youth Cup semi-final, first leg
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
White Hart Lane, 7.15pm
In a repeat of the FA Youth Cup semi-final of two years ago, our Under-18s go head-to-head with London rivals Chelsea over two legs next week for a place in the final of the prestigious youth competition.
As in 2015, we'll have the advantage of playing at White Hart Lane in the first leg and will be keen on a repeat of the 2-0 scoreline from that previous encounter.
Holders Chelsea have been FA Youth Cup final regulars in recent seasons and ultimately got the better of us 5-4 on aggregate in 2014-15, but with our players having enjoyed a tremendous run in this year’s competition, they'll be hoping for another top performance at our world-famous stadium ahead of the return leg at Stamford Bridge next Saturday.
Come and support our youngsters at the Lane! Ticket details are available here.
If you can't make it to the match, we'll once again have live updates on Twitter @SpursOfficial.