Taken from the official Tottenham Hotspur website, the following photo’s show the progress being made with the development of our new stadium which is being built on the site of the old White Hart Lane. Continue reading “New pictures released of Spurs’ new stadium development”
Hertfordshire side Stevenage FC have confirmed that they will be hosting a number of Spurs u23 games this season, continuing their long-standing partnership with the club.
Below is the official communication released on the Stevenage FC website;
More Tottenham Hotspur U23s games than ever before will be played at the Lamex Stadium through the 2017/2018 season.
Domestic ties against Man Utd, Liverpool and Man City stand out, as do Benfica and Villareal in the International Cup.
- All kick-offs are 7pm unless otherwise stated.
- Ticket prices are £5 Adults, £2 Concessions (Over 60s & U16s) and will be available both in-advance and on the turnstiles.
- Only the West Stand will be open for supporters, subject to demand.
The first game is just over two weeks away and will see Spurs face Manchester United on Friday night and tickets will be on sale Friday 11th August.
Please see all confirmed fixtures below:
- Spurs U23s v Man Utd: Friday 25th August
- Spurs U23s v West Ham (International Cup): Thursday 31st August
- Spurs U23s v Swansea: Monday 18th September
- Spurs U23s v Villareal (International Cup): Tuesday 14th November
- Spurs U23s v Sunderland: Monday 18th December
- Spurs U23s v Benfica (International Cup): Wednesday 24th January
- Spurs U23s v Liverpool: Monday 5th February
- Spurs U23s v Man City: Monday 23rd April
In a summer which has seen the club come under fire from its own fans and players for the supposed lack of ambition in the transfer market up to now, the Premier League season started with what looked to be a tricky away day to Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle side – who unforgettably hammered us 5-1 in the last game of the 2015/16 season. Continue reading “Spurs get their season off to a flyer with 2-0 away win at Newcastle.”
With Pre-Season now out of the way, our Premier League campaign begins with a tricky looking away trip to Newcastle for the Sunday early kickoff – a fixture in which we lost 5-1 to hand Arsenal second place two seasons ago.
A new season brings new ambitions, new teams, new stadiums and breakthrough players and in today’s article, I have written about the three Spurs players which I believe can make the breakthrough and establish their selves in and around Mauricio Pochettino’s first team this year. Continue reading “Three Spurs players to keep an eye on this season.”
In what will be the club’s one and only unique season at Wembley whilst the new stadium is being built, Spurs rounded off their pre-season fixtures with an impressive 2-0 victory over Italian giants and last season’s Champions League runners-up Juventus on Saturday. Continue reading “Spurs beat Juve at Wembley and a few comments reviewing pre-season.”