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  • Premier League 2 at White Hart Lane

    There is one of the last chances to watch football at White Hart Lane on Thursday! Get behind our Premier League 2 side and cheer them on against Leicester City under the lights (kick-off 7pm). All proceeds from the game will be donated to a charity set up by the family of Ugo Ehiogu in his memory.

    Don't miss the final opportunity to see our youngsters in the penultimate ever match at White Hart Lane!


  • Ugo, our Under-23s Coach sadly passed away in the early hours of last Friday and since then, his widow Gemma has begun raising funds to realise Ugo's dream of setting up a charity that gives children equal opportunity to access and play football.

    An eight-page matchday programme will be distributed at the game, with fans given the option to make a voluntary donation as they collect their copy at the turnstiles, which will also be donated to the charity.

    Anyone unable to make it to the game who wishes to make a donation can do so via the JustGiving web page set up by Gemma here.

    Tickets are now available to purchase in the West Lower stand, priced as follows:

    • Adults: £5
    • Adult Members/STH: £3
    • Juniors U18: £1
    • Seniors 65+: £1


    Alternatively, please call 0344 844 0102 or visit the Ticket Office in person, open Monday to Friday, 9.30am-5pm.

    Ones to watch

    Ahead of the match, read about some of our talented young stars:

    Will Miller


    • A diminutive attacker, 20-year-old Will Miller has enjoyed a taste of senior football over the last 12 months
    • Capable of playing anywhere across the attacking midfield area or as a false nine, he featured for our first team during the 2016 pre-season period as we took part in the International Champions Cup in Melbourne, Australia
    • He then linked up with Championship side Burton Albion, where he has featured a number of times off the bench this season while also coming back to Spurs on a regular basis to play for our development squad in the Premier League 2
    • A lively and exciting player, he wore the captain's armband for our development side towards the end of last season – a campaign in which he scored four goals in 14 appearances as well as netting once in three Premier League Under-21 International Cup outings
    • Born in Hackney, Will joined our Academy in July, 2012, and has made steady progress since then. He has also previously earned caps at Under-18 level for England


    Shilow Tracey


    • Powerful attack-minded player Shilow Tracey joined our Academy from Ebbsfleet United in January, 2016
    • He made his one and only senior appearance for non-league Ebbsfleet in a Kent Senior Cup tie against Charlton Athletic in September, 2014, before playing a key role in their impressive FA Youth Cup run in the opening months of 2015/2016
    • Initially linking up with our Under-18s midway through last season, he played 10 times at that level, scoring once
    • In more recent months he's been pushed forward into a more traditional striker's role with our development squad and has caused real problems for opposing defenders
    • He currently has five goals in 14 Premier League 2 starts to his name and will be hoping to boost that tally against Leicester in what will be only the second time he's run out at White Hart Lane


    Kaziah Sterling


    • Hard-working striker Kazaiah Sterling shook off an injury during the opening two months of the season to quickly hit top form in our Academy set-up
    • He was prolific in our FA Youth Cup run earlier this term, scoring seven goals in six games including a hat-trick against Stevenage, while he's also netted three times in 14 Under-18 Premier League appearances. Encouragingly, he's scored in both of his Premier League 2 appearances so far this season as well
    • North London born and bred, Kazaiah attended Winchmore School in Enfield and previously played for Leyton Orient
    • He's scored goals regularly for our Under-16s and Under-18s and will be hoping to continue that record as he moves up the ladder over the coming seasons
    • He has also represented England’s Under-17s and Under-18s in the past


    You can read about more stars of our Premier League 2 squad here.