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Spurs v Chelsea - pick up a programme!

27 November 2015|Tottenham Hotspur

Christian Eriksen is pictured on the front cover of Sunday’s official matchday programme for the visit of Chelsea – be sure to pick up your copy!

As always, it’s 100 pages full of news, views, pictures, facts and statistics ahead of our latest London derby – and it’s all yours for £3.50.

Following his return to the scoresheet against West Ham last weekend, right-back Kyle Walker is the subject of our main interview on Sunday, discussing his thoughts on the season so far from both a personal and team perspective.

Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino also has his say, reflecting on our wins over West Ham and Qarabag this week, while we’ve an in-depth look at Chelsea’s squad with player profiles and statistics.

Meanwhile, recalling past clashes between us and the Blues is former Chelsea star John Hollins, while the latest instalment of ‘Away the Lads,’ which looks at players who made their Spurs debuts at the home of our opposition, shines the spotlight on ex-defender Stuart Nethercott.

John Fennelly also looks at the contributions Danny Blanchflower made to both clubs over the course of his career in our ‘Gaffer Tapes’ column.


Elsewhere in Sunday’s issue, we examine what Mousa Dembele and former midfielder Nick Barmby were up to on this week in past seasons in ‘Tracking Back,’ we’ve the latest from our Under-18s and Ladies sides following another busy spell on the pitch, there’s a pictorial look at the career of legendary former striker Bobby Smith while Paul Allen – an FA Cup winner with us in 1991 – reflects on his time at White Hart Lane.

All this and much more, including the latest news from around the club, is included in Sunday’s official matchday programme – on sale for £3.50 from several points around the stadium and from the Spurs Megastore.

Take a sneak peek at this weekend’s issue with our free 12-page preview edition at from 10am on Saturday.

You can also purchase this weekend’s full issue as an online digital edition from 10am on Saturday, saving money on the cover price, while programme subscription packages are also available for the season with 24 issues delivered direct to your door. Visit for more information.