Accompanied by one of our professional tour guides, your Legend will lead you around White Hart Lane taking in behind-the-scenes areas at the Club.
You will hear fantastic stories of their time at Spurs and following the Tour there will be a Q&A and signing session where you will receive a limited edition postcard.
Due to the current building works at White Hart Lane, we are currently unable to offer car parking facilities for visitors attending Stadium Tours. There is, however, plenty of parking available around the stadium on parking meters. We apologise for the inconvenience.
Cliff Jones Legend Tour
A key figure in our 1961 'Double' side, the Wales international winger joined Spurs from home town club Swansea City in February, 1958. Capable of playing on either wing, he was both fast and direct with good skills and excellent heading ability. Cliff was also courageous in the pursuit of a half chance that made him indispensable in our team of the time. He also played a major role when we retained the FA Cup in 1962 and then won the European Cup Winners' Cup the following year.
Alan Gilzean Legend Tour
Thursday 15 December - 2pm
Alan joined us in December 1964 from Dundee, having made his White Hart Lane debut the previous match when scoring twice for a Scotland XI against Spurs in a memorial match for John White. Immediately striking up a productive rapport with Jimmy Greaves, the pair formed a lethal strike partnership and Gilzean won his first medal for us when we won the 1967 FA Cup Final.
John Pratt Legend Tour
Wednesday 11 January - 2pm
In his 15 years with Spurs, John played under three different managers and all relied on the non-stop graft and commitment that the Hackney-born midfielder brought to every game that he played in. Always a willing combatant, he provided the platform that allowed the likes of Glenn Hoddle and Ossie Ardiles to express themselves. He started with Spurs as a junior in 1965 and went on to record 415 appearances with 49 goals in all competitions before joining Portland Timbers in 1980. He later served us as coach and assistant manager. He also helped us win the UEFA Cup in 1972 and the League Cup the following year.
Martin Chivers Legend Tour
Thursday 19 Janaury - 2pm
Third in our list of all-time top marksmen, powerful centre-forward Martin scored 174 goals in 367 apearances for us between 1968-76. Many were crucial to our success at the time. He scored both goals as we lifted the League Cup in 1971 and then struck twice again in the first leg when we beat Wolves to win the UEFA Cup for the first time in 1972. He helped us win the League Cup again in 1973 and is our record goalscorer in the competition. Capped 24 times by England, Big Chiv started out with his local side Southampton before moving to Spurs for a record £125,000 fee in January, 1968, and scoring on his debut.
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