other events staged at white hart lane

It's not only football matches involving Spurs that take place at the Lane ...
Here are some of the events that have been held at the World famous home of Tottenham Hotspur

 

05.09.2006

Wales v Brazil international friendly match  (Brazil won 2-0 [Marcelo 61, Vagner Love 74])  For a report, click here.

Wales: Jones, Duffy (Edwards 64), Bale (Ricketts 46), Gabbidon, Collins, Nyatanga, Bellamy, Earnshaw (Cotterill 77), Robinson (Fletcher 53), Davies (Vaughan 68), Giggs (Ledley 46).
Subs Not Used: Brown.
Brazil: Gomes, Maicon (Cicinho 59), Luisao, Alex, Edmilson (Silva 46), Marcelo (Gilberto 74), Cearense, Kaka (Elano 72), Vagner Love, Ronaldinho (Robinho 67), Julio Baptista (Rafael Sobis 78).
Subs Not Used: Fabio, Lucio, Juan, Daniel Carvalho, Fred.


Attendance : 22,008
Referee : M Riley (West Yorkshire)
 

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15.08.2001 

England v Holland international friendly match  (Holland won 2-0 [van Bommel 38, van Nistelrooy39])  For a report, click here.

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22.03.2001 

England v Poland U18   UEFA European Championship match - intermediary round (Poland won 1-0)

England : -  Rhys Evans, Frazer Richardson, Jordan Stewart, Johnnie Jackson, Peter Clarke (c), Joleon Lescott, Jermaine Pennant, Kevin Nolan (Jermaine Jenas 85), Marc Richards, Rohan Ricketts (Leon Knight 66), Matthew Hamshaw (Jay Bothroyd 46)
Unused Subs : -  Russell Howarth, James Davis, Benjamin Clark, Neil Jenkins

Poland : -  Tomasz Kuszcak, Marcin Rogalski (c) (Tomasz Wisio 70), Adrian Napieraln, Robert Sierant (Mateusz Ztyko 76), Pawel Golanski, Sebastian Mila, Lukasz Nawotczynski (Blazej Radler 76), Dariusz Zawadzki, Lukasz Madej, Pawel Brozek, Rafal Grzelak
Unused Subs : -  Pawel Kapsa, Karol Piatek, Lukasz Pachelski, Pawel Abbott

Attendance : -   ,

Ticket prices : -
Adults 3.00; Accompanied U16s Free; Unaccompanied U16s 3.00; Over 60s Free

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27.05.1996   

London Monarchs v Amsterdam Admirals (American Football)         (Monarchs won 16-13)
Attendance : -   11,048

19.05.1996   

London Monarchs v Frankfurt Galaxy (American Football)         (Monarchs won 27-7)
Attendance : -   10,764

06.05.1996   

London Monarchs v Barcelona Dragons (American Football)         (Monarchs lost 7-9)
Attendance : -   13,627

14.04.1996   

London Monarchs v Scottish Claymores (American Football)          (Monarchs lost 21-24)
Attendance : -   16,258

10.06.1995   

London Monarchs v Scottish Claymores (American Football)          (Monarchs lost 9-22)
Attendance : -   11,783

29.05.1995   

London Monarchs v Rhein Fire (American Football)          (Monarchs won 34-14)
Attendance : -   12,342

15.05.1995   

London Monarchs v Frankfurt Galaxy (American Football)         (Monarchs lost 7-27)
Attendance : -   8,912

30.04.1995   

London Monarchs v Barcelona Dragons (American Football)         (Monarchs lost 24-39)
Attendance : -   10,287

23.04.1995   

London Monarchs v Amsterdam Admirals (American Football)         (Monarchs lost 17-10)
Attendance : -   8,763

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21.09.1991  

Chris Eubank v Michael Watson (WBO World Middleweight title)

 

18.12.1990

England 4  Italia 1990 XI  0  (Peter Shilton testimonial)

Gary Lineker (pen), Matthew Le Tissier, Paul Gascoigne and Kevin Keegan scored the goals that gave an England XI a win over an assembled Italia 1990 XI for Peter Shilton's testimonial match, somewhat strangely held at White Hart Lane.

England : Peter Shilton (David Seaman 61), Viv Anderson (Paul Allen), Chris Waddle, Paul Gascoigne, Des Walker, Terry Butcher, Bryan Robson, David Platt, Matthew Le Tissier, Gary Lineker (Kevin Keegan), Tony Daley (Paul Walsh).

Italia 1990 XI :  , Carlos Alberto, Steve Staunton, , , , Gheorge Hagi, Carlos Valderama, Roger Milla, Michel Platini (Ossie Ardiles), Kenny Dalglish
Subs : -  Gudni Bergsson, Nayim
Manager :  Franz Beckenbauer

Referee : George Courtney (Spennymoor)

Attendance : -  12,181

16.10.1990 

England v Poland U21   UEFA European Championship match (Poland won 1-0)

England : -  Alan Miller, Jason Dodd, Chris Vinnicombe, Paul Warhurst, David Lee, Carl Tiler (Lee Sharpe 48), John Ebbrell, Mark Robins, Ian Olney (Alan Shearer 81), Mark Blake, Rod Wallace
Unused Subs : -  David James, Craig Ramage, Tommy Johnson

Poland : -  Aleksander Klak, Dariusz Adamczuk, Tomasz Lapinski, Marek Kozminski, Marek Bajor, Marcin Jalocha, Piotr Swierczewski, Jerzy Brzeczek, Tomasz Wieszczycki (Dariusz Szubert 76), Andrzej Juskowiak (Dariusz Gesior 89), Adam Grad
Unused Subs : -  Radoslaw Majdan, Tomasz Jaorek, Dariusz Kosela

Attendance : -  2,146

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24.10.1987  

Frank Bruno v Joe Bugner (Commonwealth Heavyweight title) and Mark Kaylor v Jamie Howe

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28.01.1981 

Enfield v Barnsley (FA Cup Fourth Round)                  Barnsley won 3-0
Enfield : -  , , , , , Roger Wade, Ronnie Howell

16.05.1977

West London Schools v South London Schools (Bill Nicholson Trophy)

Kick off 18:30
Admission 0.30
 
18.04.1977

The Inter City Schools match between Liverpool and London which was postponed from 07.12.1976 took place on Monday 18th April 1977 with a 19:30 kick off.
 

07.12.1976

London Schools FA v Liverpool Schools FA (Inter-City Boys' representative match) ... Postponed

27.10.1975 

London Schools FA v Bristol Schools FA (Inter-City Boys' representative match)

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03.03.1971 

London Boys v Glasgow Boys (Inter-Cities Boys match)

14.03.1970 

Watford v Chelsea (FA Cup Semi-Final)

16.03.1968 

England Schools v Scotland Schools

11.05.1967 

Haringey Schools v West London Schools

02.05.1966 

Haringey Schools v Edmonton Schools;  Tottenham Schools v Islington Schools (Hawk Trophy)

12.03.1966 

London Schools v Birmingham Schools

29.04.1965 

Edmonton Schools v East London Schools (London Schools Corinthian Shield Final)

22.04.1965 

Diment United v Falcon Rovers  (Tottenham Charity Cup Final)

14.04.1965 

Tottenham v Edmonton  (Middlesex Schools' Star Shield Semi-Final)

21.04.1964 

Tottenham v Hackney (Inter Schools Final)

29.04.1963 

Tottenham v Stoke (English Schools Shield)

17.04.1963 

England Youth v Russia Youth (UEFA 16th International Youth Tournament)  (England win 2-0)
Attendance : - 7,358

10.04.1963 

Tottenham v Brighton (English Schools Shield)

08.04.1963 

Nottingham Forest v Stoke (FA Cup replay)

02.04.1963 

Tottenham v Cardiff (English Schools Shield)

19.03.1963 

Portsmouth v Coventry City (FA Cup Fourth Round Second replay)
 

On a Tuesday evening Coventry City met Portsmouth at White Hart Lane in a FA Cup Fourth Round Second replay.

Coventry won 2-1, with Portsmouth taking the lead through centre forward Ron Saunders and Terry Bly number nine equalised, before Jimmy Whitehouse scored the winner.


Coventry : -  Wesson, Sillett, Kearns, Hill, Curtis, Bruck, Humphries, Barr, Bly, Whitehouse, Rees

Portsmouth : -
 

Crowd : - 15,867

20.10.1962 

London Schools v Liverpool Schools

14.04.1962 

Tottenham Schools v Willesden Schools

23.10.1961 

Tottenham Schools v Manchester Schools

24.06.1961 

Tottenham Schools v Harrow Schools

08.04.1961 

Tottenham Schools v Manchester Schools

15.03.1961 

England v West Germany U23

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13.04.1960 

England v Holland Olympic qualifying match  (Drawn 2-2)

14.03.1959  

Norwich City v Luton Town (FA Cup semi-final)
Score :  1-1
Crowd 63,379
 

03.12.1953  

FA XI v RAF
Score : 4-0 

Bradford was a hat-trick hero for the FA XI, as they won against the RAF.

29.03.1952  

Chelsea v Arsenal  FA Cup Semi-Final replay 

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17.04.1948  

England v Holland youth international  (England won 3-2)

08.07.1947  

Tottenham Schools Annual Sports Day.

??.??.1947  

Tottenham Schools Sports Association Cup Final 1946-47      Rowland Hill 5  Page Green 0

20.01.1947  

Chelsea v Arsenal  FA Cup Semi-Final replay 

03.12.1945  

The Army in England v The Army in Scotland
Score : 3-0  (HT : 1-0)

Army in England team won easily with a 21-year-old, Billy Wright starring as Lawton, Edelston and Mullen scored the goals.

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21.11.1945  

Arsenal v Moscow Dynamo (Friendly)  (Dynamo won 4-3)   
Attendance : - 54,620

26.06.1942  

Freddie Mills v Len Harvey (British Light Heavyweight title)

04.12.1937  

England v Czechoslovakia international  (England won 5-4)

Czechoslovakia played England at WHL on a Wednesday afternoon in front of 45,879 fans.

England won 5-4 thanks to Stanley Matthews scoring a hat-trick, with Jack Crayston and John Morton scoring the others.
The Czechoslovakia goals came from Puc, Nejedly 2 and Zeman.

England : -  Vic Woodley (Chelsea), Bert Sproston (Leeds), Sam Barkas (Manchester City) (cpt), Jack Crayston (Arsenal), Stan Cullis (Wolverhampton), Wilf Copping (Arsenal), Stanley Matthews (Stoke), Willie Hall (Spurs), George Mills (Chelsea), Len Goulden (West Ham), John Morton (West Ham)
Czechoslovakia : - Karel Kolsky, Antonin Vodicka, Oldrich Nejdly, Jan Riha, Jaroslav Boucek, Frantisek Planicka (cpt), Frantisek Kloz, Josef Zeman, Josef Kostalek, Ferdinand Daucik, Antonin Puc

Referee : Johannes J Langenus

04.12.1935  

England v Germany international  (England won 3-0)

02.03.1935 

Tottenham Boys v Birmingham Boys

15.02.1928  

Inter Varsities v Amateur FA 

20.11.1922  

West Ham United v Crystal Palace  London Challenge Cup Semi-final

31.07.1922  

London's first open air boxing contests  -  Bloomfield v Lloyd and Seaman Hall v Rossi

26.03.1910  

Newcastle United v Swindon Town (FA Cup semi-final)

1906-1908   

Baseball regularly took place at White hart Lane, with Spurs winning the Baseball Championships in this country in 1906 and 1908 in the three years Tottenham took part.

27.05.1901  

Great Band Contest and Musical Carnival

 

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