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Spurs v Arsenal - check out Saturday's programme!

04 March 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

Goalkeeper and captain Hugo Lloris takes pride of place on the front cover of our official matchday programme for Saturday's huge North London derby at White Hart Lane.

As always, it's 100 pages full of news, views, nostalgia, pictures and statistics. Be sure to pick up your copy at the game and sample it for free now with our 12-page online preview edition – no sign-up required.

You can also purchase a full digital edition if you can’t make it to the game. This is on sale now – click here to buy.

Our main interview this week sees Academy graduate Ryan Mason discussing what the North London derby means to him, having grown up in the area and opposed Arsenal in various different age groups during his career – all the way up to first team level, where he famously made his Premier League debut for us at the Emirates last season.

Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino has his say in his latest exclusive programme column, while we take a look at the Gunners’ squad with a series of player profiles and statistics.

Our ‘Gaffer Tapes’ column examines the career of Terry Neill, who played for the Gunners and managed both sides during the 1970s, while we look at the story of Dave Dunmore, whose Spurs debut came away to Arsenal in February, 1954, in the latest instalment of ‘Away the Lads.’


In addition, former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour shares his memories of playing in the North London derby and John Fennelly shines the spotlight on one busy day in 1963 when both our first and reserve teams met the Gunners at the Lane within the space of a few hours.

Elsewhere in Saturday’s issue, there’s a pictorial look at the Spurs career of Robbie Keane, we’ve the latest from our Under-18s side after last week’s seven-goal thriller against West Bromwich Albion and we discover how Michel Vorm and former goalkeeper Neil Sullivan fared in their matches during this week in past seasons in ‘Tracking Back.’

The Final Word, meanwhile, goes to young midfielder Josh Onomah, who discusses his lifelong passion for matches against Arsenal.

All this and much more can be found in our official matchday programme. Buy yours from one of a series of locations around the stadium or from the Spurs Megastore on Saturday, priced at £3.50.

Don't forget to browse our free 12-page online preview edition now or buy the full issue as a digital edition, wherever you are in the world.

Programme subscription packages are also available. Visit for more information.