A fine crosser of a football, Walter Bellamy came from the local amateur football scene and went onto play a major part in the Spurs side just before World War II.
Played for England Amateur side before signing for Spurs
from Dulwich Hamlet in 1927, making his debut against
Liverpool in April 1927.
Walter also liked to score goals, as well as making them and he stayed at Spurs until 1935, making 70 appearances - playing in each of the nine seasons he was with the club.
Bellamy followed Spurs after he stopped playing and hardly missed a Spurs game, living nearby in Hadley Wood, Barnet and he owned a group of companies dealing in motor spirit and heating oil based in Tottenham (The Petroleum Transport Company), which employed a number of former Tottenham players through the years.