HISTORY OF THE CLUB
Jack Jull was not only one of the founders of Spurs, but one of the Club's finest players of the late Victorian era.
Versatile but seen most at full-back, his first known appearance was a friendly against Brownlow Rovers in October 1883, the first match to be reported in the local newspapers.
The first Spurs player to win representative honours when he was selected for Middlesex in 1891, Jull wasn't always available in his early seasons at the Club because he was at boarding school.
Jack also played in our first cup tie against St Albans in the London Senior Cup in 1885, first-ever league game in 1892, first Amateur Cup tie in 1893 and first FA Cup game against West Herts in 1894.
He played until 1897 and went on to serve on the Club's committee - his service recognised in 1895 when he was made the Club's President.