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Spurs v Villa - pick up a programme...

02 November 2015|Tottenham Hotspur

Be sure to buy your copy of our official matchday programme at tonight’s game against Aston Villa!

As always, it’s 100 pages packed full of news, views, nostalgia, pictures and statistics – all yours for just £3.50.

And you can take a sneak peek at tonight’s issue right now with our free 12-page preview edition here.

Tonight’s matchday programme is dedicated to this period of Remembrance and our continued support of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

The black and white front cover depicts Harry Kane wearing a limited edition Spurs Poppy Pin, available to buy at tonight’s game for a minimum donation of £3 to the Poppy Appeal.

Inside there are six pages of content dedicated to our support of the Armed Forces and their families, including an interview with the Chairman of our Armed Forces Spurs Official Supporters’ Club and a historical piece looking back on our players that served on the front line during the First World War 100 years ago.


Elsewhere, Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino shares his thoughts in his latest exclusive programme column, while Mousa Dembele discusses his recent good form and the aims of the team in our main interview.

There’s also an exclusive chat with Swedish Prime Minister and avid Spurs fan Stefan Lofven.

Plus, we’ve all you need to know about our visitors’ current squad, while former Villa goalkeeper Nigel Spink shares his recollections of some of the past meetings between the two sides.

Our ‘Gaffer Tapes’ column, which looks at individuals who played for one club and went on to manage the other, shines the spotlight on George Graham, while legendary former defender Phil Beal casts his mind back to his Spurs debut, which came at Villa Park in 1963.

Kieran Trippier and former right-back Danny Thomas are featured in the latest instalment of ‘Tracking Back’ as we discover what they were up to on this week in seasons gone by, while we catch up on the endeavours of our Under-21s and Under-18s sides.

All this and much more is included in tonight’s official matchday programme – on sale from several points around the stadium and from the Spurs Megastore, priced at £3.50.

Remember, you can now read free extracts from our matchday programme. Visit now to sample the Aston Villa edition for free.

Programme subscription packages are also available for the season with 24 issues delivered direct to your door, while you can also purchase each issue as an online digital edition from four hours before the game – saving money on the cover price. Visit for more information.