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Spurs v Palace - check out the matchday programme!

20 February 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

Don't miss our official matchday programme for Sunday's FA Cup tie against Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane – buy your copy at the game and browse the free 12-page online edition now!

Pictured on this weekend's front cover are Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane as the goalscoring duo celebrated our memorable victory at Manchester City in the Premier League last Sunday.

As always, it's 100 pages full of news, interviews, facts, stats, nostalgia and imagery and it's all yours for just £3.50 at the game.

Click here to sample it now with the free 12-page online preview edition – no sign-up required.

A full 100-page digital edition is also available to purchase online now. Click here to buy.

Featured inside this weekend's programme is goalkeeper Michel Vorm. In the main interview, the goalkeeper discusses working with Hugo Lloris and the young stoppers at the club and reveals how he's always on hand to offer help and advice to the younger members of our squad – himself being the group's elder statesman at 32 years of age.

Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino shares his views on our latest FA Cup test and reflects on Thursday night's 1-1 draw with Fiorentina in the Europa League, while we take a look at Crystal Palace's squad ahead of our fifth round tie with player profiles and statistics.


Palace legend Mark Bright is our 'Visiting Great' as he recalls some of his favourite FA Cup ties from yesteryear, we look at the career of our former player Ernie Walley, who managed the Eagles on a caretaker basis in 1980, while ex-captain Gary Mabbutt is also featured as he casts his mind back to a memorable 1987 clash with the Eagles.

In addition, Nabil Bentaleb is under the spotlight alongside former player Gary Stevens in the latest instalment of 'Tracking Back', where we discover what both individuals were up to during this week in seasons gone by, and there's a special look at some of the other games we've faced on February 21 throughout our history.

We've also got some exclusive images of the players in training ahead of this busy run of matches while the 'Final Word' goes to Dele Alli, who scored a Goal of the Season contender against Palace in the Premier League at Selhurst Park last month.

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 a number of locations around the stadium and from the Spurs Megastore.

Don't forget to browse our free 12-page online preview edition now or buy the full issue as a digital edition if you're unable to get to the game.

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