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Milestone matches

24 November 2017|Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday’s match against West Brom and our fixture at Leicester City on Tuesday represent significant landmarks in our long and proud history.

Saturday’s encounter at Wembley will mark our 2,000th home league game since joining the Football League in 1908-09. Tuesday’s trip to the King Power Stadium will be our 4,000th league fixture.

Landmark matches at White Hart Lane

Game 1
Spurs 3-0 Wolves
FL Division Two - September 1 1908

After 12 years of plying our trade in the Southern League, we finally began our Football League career with a Division Two clash against FA Cup holders Wolves.  After only six minutes, the great Vivian Woodward scored our first-ever Football League goal before adding a second, with Tom Morris also on target.

Spurs: Hewitson, Coquet, Burton, Morris, Steel D, Darnell, Walton, Woodward, McFarlane, Steel R, Middlemiss.

Game 100
Spurs 3-3 Blackburn
FL Division One - October 25, 1913

Billy Minter, Jimmy Cantrell and Bert Middlemiss were on target against the eventual champions but we continued to struggle in Division One and ended the season fourth from bottom.

Spurs: King, Collins, Webster, Weir, Steel R, Grimsdell, Walden, Minter, Cantrell, Bliss, Middlemiss.

Game 500
Spurs 2-0 Doncaster
FL Division Two - December 12, 1936

Goals from Jimmy McCormick and George Hunt gave us the win, but inconsistent performances throughout the campaign meant we ended in mid-table.

Spurs: Hall, Ward, Whalley, Alsford, Blyth, Grice, McCormick, Howe, Hunt, Hall, Miller.

Game 1,000
Spurs 1-1 Sheffield United
FL Division One - October 7, 1967

The Blades held us to a draw in this milestone game, with Jimmy Greaves scoring 15 minutes from time to cancel out Bernard Shaw’s first-half penalty.  We finished the season in seventh place.

Spurs: Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery, England, Beal, Robertson, Greaves, Gilzean, Venables, Jones (Saul).

Game 1,500
Spurs 1-2 Forest
December 26, 1991

We’d beaten Brian Clough’s side in the FA Cup Final six months earlier, but they exacted an element of revenge with a 2-1 win in this game on Boxing Day, Paul Stewart on target.

Spurs: Thorstvedt, Fenwick, Van Den Hauwe, Bergsson, Howells, Mabbutt, Stewart, Walsh, Samways (Sedgley), Lineker, Allen.

Landmark league matches

Game 100
Newcastle 1-1 Spurs
FL Division One - January 21, 1911

Billy Minter was on target in this 1-1 on Tyneside in the middle of a run of seven matches without a win as we went on to finish 15th in Division One.

Spurs: Lunn, Collins, Wilkes, Bentley, R Steel, Darnell, Curtis, Minter, Crompton, McTavish, D Steel.

Game 500
Bury 5-2 Spurs
FL Division One - January 1, 1925

This was Bury’s highest-ever league finish - fifth - as Jimmy Seed scored twice without reward. We went on to finish 12th.

Spurs: Hinton, Forster, Poynton, Smith, Skitt, Skinner, Osbourne, Seed, Lindsay, Elkes, Dimmock.

Game 1,000
Blackburn 0-4 Spurs
FL Division Two - December 25, 1936

We played Blackburn on Christmas Day and December 28 - winning 4-0 and 5-1. Jonny Morrison (2), Joe Meek and Les Miller netted at Ewood Park as we finished 10th in Division One.

Spurs: Hall, Ward, Buckingham, Alsford, Rowe, Grice, McCormick, Meek, Morrison, Duncan, Miller.

Game 2,000
Coventry City 2-3 Spurs
FL Division One - October 15, 1967

Jimmy Greaves - who else? - scored twice with Cliff Jones also on target as our FA Cup holders finished seventh in Division One.

Spurs: Jennings, Kinnear, Knowles, Mullery, England, Beal, Robertson, Greaves, Gilzean, Venables, Jones.

Game 3,000
Spurs 1-2 Liverpool
December 18, 1991

Paul Walsh, who would later play for Liverpool, scored in this 2-1 loss at the Lane. We went on to finish 15th in the final season of the Football League before the dawn of the Premier League era.

Spurs: Thorstvedt, Fenwick, Van den Hauwe, Bergsson, Howells, Mabbutt, Stewart, Walsh, Samways, Lineker, P Allen.