Legend tours with Cliff Jones and Alan Gilzean - book now!
15 November 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
This is your chance to take a tour of White Hart Lane with an all-time Tottenham Hotspur great.
Cliff Jones and Alan Gilzean helped write our great Club's history - and they'll tell you all about it on special tours of White Hart Lane, available to book now for Decemeber.
Monday 5 December - 2pm
Flying winger Cliff Jones was a key figure in our famous double-winning side and glory, glory years under Bill Nicholson. Initially joining us in 1958, Cliff played 35 times, scoring 19 goals as we lifted the Division One title and the FA Cup in 1960-61. He went on to help us defend the FA Cup in 1962, win the European Cup Winners Cup in 1963 and then won the FA Cup for a third time in 1967. In total, Cliff made 378 appearances for us in all competitions, scoring 159 goals. He remains fourth on our all-time goalscoring list. Now 81, Cliff is still a matchday host at the Lane and as popular as ever with fans.
Below: 'Gilly', second from left, with Mike England, Ralph Coates, Joe Kinnear and Martin Chivers and UEFA Cup
Thursday 15 December - 2pm
One of the best headers of the ball to wear a Spurs shirt, Alan Gilzean formed two deadly striking partnerships in his 10-year Spurs career, the first with Jimmy Greaves, the second with Martin Chivers. Joining us from Dundee in 1964, 'Gilly' went on to score 133 goals in 439 appearances in all competitions, helping us lift the FA Cup in 1967, the League Cup in 1971 and 1973 and the UEFA Cup in 1972. He is eighth on our all-time goalscoring list. Now 78, Alan, like Cliff, is also part of our matchday hosting team.
Below: Cliff and the double-winning team of 1960-61
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.
You will visit:
- Pitchside including the technical area
- The tunnel including the Hall of Fame
- The dressing room
- The Directors' Box
- Trophy cabinets and memorabilia which includes close-ups of the FA Cup and Football League Championship
- Tale a 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.