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  • Spurs on Tour 2015

    The Club will head to Malaysia and Australia at the end of the Premier League season in May.

    Spurs on Tour 2015

    We take on a Malaysia XI for the AIA Cup in Kuala Lumpar on Wednesday, May 27 before jetting to Australia to play Sydney FC on Saturday, May 30.


    Our first stop is Kuala Lumpar and our first visit to Malaysia since 1979 to play a Malaysia XI for the AIA Cup.

    The match will take place at the Shah Alam Stadium on Wednesday, May 27, kick off 8.45pm local time (1.45pm UK time).

    It's an opportunity for us to further engage with our well-established fanbase in the region.

    The Official Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Club in Malaysia was formed in 2010 and is one of over 100 the Club has around the world. We have an estimated fanbase of over 170 million in Far East Asia.

    First team players and legends will take part in meet and greet opportunities with supporters as part of the visit, with the squad also set to take part in community activities in Kuala Lumpur alongside the Club’s principal partner, AIA.

    Head Coach, Mauricio Pochettino, said: “We are delighted to be visiting Malaysia and looking forward to giving our fans in that part of the world a chance to see us play up close against some of the best players from their country.

    “We are well aware of the passionate following we have across Asia and the well-established Supporters Club that we have in Malaysia, and hope that we can put on a fantastic show for them on the night as a way of thanking them for the continued support they give us from the other side of the world every week."



    After bidding farewell to Malaysia, we head to Sydney and our first visit Down Under since 1985.

    We take on the A-League's most successful team, Sydney FC, at the iconic ANZ Stadium (above), host stadium of the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

    The match takes place on Saturday May 30, 2015, kick off 8.00pm local time (11.00am UK).

    We nave received an official invitation to visit one of the world’s most iconic cities from New South Wales Government and Destination New South Wales, as part of a week of sporting events and cultural activities taking place in Sydney.

    Once again, we will have the opportunity to engage with our passionate supporters in the area - our Official Supporters group in Australia, Oz Spurs, is well established with branches across the country, including in Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Perth.

    Supporters will benefit from a range of hugely popular fan events including autograph signing opportunities with players, supporter evenings with Club legends and football coaching courses.

    Mauricio added: “Our match against Sydney FC is sure to be hard-fought and entertaining, with the A-League becoming stronger every year and attracting some big name players, so we would like to thank the New South Wales Government and Destination New South Wales for the chance to visit your beautiful city.”