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About Tottenham Hotspur
Club nickname: Spurs, established: 1882
Played matches at White Hart Lane since 1899. According to the Premier League Fan Survey, the stadium has the best atmosphere in the League.
36,230 – Over 1m fans come through turnstiles each season.
166.7m people worldwide support Spurs or like to see us do well. 37,000 fans are on the Season Ticket waiting list. Famous fans include basketball player Steve Nash and actor Jude Law.
The history of Tottenham Hotspur began one winter's evening under a street lamp on Tottenham High Road, London. Young players from the local cricket club and grammar school were at a loss as to what to do during the winter and so they decided to set up a football club. They named themselves after the youngest son of the Duke of Northumberland, Sir Henry Percy, who went by the nickname of "Harry Hotspur" inspired by his valiant nature and daring heroics on the battlefield (a character immortalised in Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 1, which they were studying). So Hotspur FC was born. The following year saw the club renamed Tottenham Hotspur Football and Athletic Club
The club motto
Cockerel on Ball – Harry Hotspur was famed for his riding spurs and fighting cocks also wore those, which can be seen clearly on the Club badge.
Audere est facere or To Dare is to Do
Football League Champions
The Club has achieved 17 Major Honours often achieving success when the year ends in a one!
FA Cup Winners
Football League Cup Winners
1900–01, 1920–21, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1966–67, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1990–91
European Cup-Winners Cup Winners
1970–71, 1972–73, 1998–99, 2007–08
UEFA Cup Winners
Football style records
First English team in the modern era to win the Double – League and Cup in 1960/1961
First British team to win a major European trophy – European Cup Winners Cup in 1963
First British team to win two different European trophies – European Cup Winners Cup (1963) & UEFA Cup (1972)
First team to float on the London Stock Exchange
Fastest Premier League goal
Tottenham Hotspur is renowned for its fluid, attacking style of football and are famous for achieving high goal–scoring tallies. Spurs have also set the following Premier League records:
Longest Premier League goal
10.2 seconds – Ledley King, Spurs vs Bradford City, December 9 2000
Most Premier League team goals scored in a match
88 metres – Paul Robinson, Spurs vs Watford, March 17 2007
Most Premier League goals scored in one half
9 – Spurs vs Wigan Athletic, November 22 2009
5 – Jermain Defoe, Spurs vs Wigan Athletic, November 22 2009
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