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WHL tours with Cliff Jones and Paul Allen!

27 July 2015|Tottenham Hotspur

Our Legends Tours of White Hart Lane are back - don't miss the chance to explore behind-the-scenes at our world-famous home in the company of double hero Cliff Jones and FA Cup winner Paul Allen!

We will be back in the grips of football fever in August and this is a chance to take a tour of the stadium and immerse yourself in the club's rich history with two of the men that helped make it happen.

We return to the Lane for our first home game in the Premier League against Stoke on August 15 and four days later, you could follow in the footsteps of the players down the tunnel, into the dressing room and then out to hallowed turf.


Seen as the best winger in the world in his heyday, Cliff was one of the great entertainers of our famous double team of 1960-61.

The Welsh flyer joined us in 1958, helped Wales to the quarter-finals of the 1958 World Cup and then came back from a broken leg to play a key role in the ‘glory, glory years’ of the early 1960s.

Cliff thrilled the crowds as we claimed the league and FA Cup double in 1961 - he scored 19 goals in 35 appearances in both competitions - followed by the FA Cup again in 1962 and European Cup Winners Cup in 1963. He won the FA Cup for a third time in 1967 before finally departing for Fulham in 1968 - the last member of the double side to leave the club.

With 159 goals in 378 appearances, Cliff remains fourth in our all-time goalscoring list behind Jimmy Greaves (266), Bobby Smith (208) and Martin Chivers (174).

You can join one of the club's all-time greats as he recalls the glory days - BOOK HERE...


Proudly sitting 18th in our all-time list of appearance-makers, versatile midfielder Paul was part of the team that lifted the FA Cup in 1991.

The second-youngest player (17 years, 256 days) to play in an FA Cup Final at Wembley (as part of the West Ham team to beat Arsenal in 1980), Paul made the short journey from East to North London in 1985.

He went on to serve us for eight years, making 370 appearances in all competitions.

Like Cliff, a Hall of Famer, the highlight of his Spurs career was the 1991 FA Cup Final triumph and Paul featured in every round including the memorable semi-final victory over Arsenal.

Join Paul's tour - BOOK HERE


You will hear fantastic stories of both Cliff and Paul's time at Spurs and following the tour there will be a Q&A and signing session and you will receive a limited edition postcard.

The tour will take you to:
- Pitchside including the Technical Area
- The Tunnel including the club's Hall of Fame
- The players dressing room
- The Press Auditorium
- The Directors Box
- Trophy cabinets and memorabilia which includes close ups of the FA Cup and Football League Championship trophies
- The Lounges including the Bill Nicholson Suite


Don’t forget that Classic Stadium Tours are also running throughout the summer except on matchdays! These tours are a great chance to bring the family along to Lane!

One Hotspur Members get 30% off Classic Stadium Tours!

To book and for more information:
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Call - 0344 844 0102

We look forward to welcoming you to White Hart Lane!