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Stadium Tours


    Experience a Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour in the company of a Spurs Legend.

    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.

    • Pitchside including the Technical Area 
    • The Tunnel including the Hall of Fame 
    • The Players' Dressing Room 
    • The Directors' Box 
    • Trophy cabinets and memorabilia which includes close-ups of the FA Cup and Football League Championship Division One
    • Walk through the Hospitality Lounges

    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.

  • Legend Tours Coming Up

    Martin Chivers Legend Tour

     Thursday 6 October, 2pm 


     Third in our list of all-time top marksmen, powerful centre-forward Martin scored 174 goals in 367 appearances for us between 1968 and 1976. 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 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.  


    Graham Roberts Legend Tour 

    Monday 17 October, 2pm 

    Graham Roberts(1)

    One of the key players of our side that enjoyed fantastic cup success during the 1980’s. Signed from non-league Weymouth in May, 1980, and within 12 months he was playing at Wembley, helping us lift the 1981 FA Cup after a replay against Manchester City. A tough-tackling player with a steely determination and a passionate desire to win, he quickly became a hero with the Spurs faithful. He was also a member of the team that retained the FA Cup in 1982, won his first England cap in May, 1983, and then enjoyed the highlight of his Spurs career a year later. Captain of the side in Steve Perryman’s absence, he led the team to UEFA Cup success against Anderlecht, scoring the crucial late equaliser that took the Final to extra-time and the ensuing dramatic penalty shoot-out triumph. In total, he played 287 times in our colours, scoring 35 goals.