Tottenham Hotspur: Club Profile

After being a semi-regular pre-season guest, us and them met as ‘equals’ for the first time in the 2011-2 FA Cup; Boro’ taking a star-studded Tottenham Hotspur side to a fifth round replay and even having the audacity to take the lead. Our relationship extends off the field too; Spurs using the Lamex as their home ground for U23 games and the like.

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
2 0 1 1 1 3 -2 0 0%

* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Wednesday 07 March 2012

Sunday 19 February 2012


Players For Us... and Them

Ollie Allen Profile
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Lee Barnard Profile
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Paul Bowgett Profile
Rob Burch Profile
Robert Codner Profile
Owen Coll Profile
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Tim Jolly Profile
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Cameron Lancaster Profile
Charlie Lee Profile
David Lee Profile
Stuart Lewis Profile
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Paul Mahorn Profile
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Graham Roberts Profile
Robert Simpson Profile
Jamie Slabber Profile
Neil Smith Profile
Emmanuel Sonupe Profile
Brian Statham Profile
Harry Voss Profile
Simon Wormull Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 26 miles

By Road:
Our suggestion for a road trip to Tottenham is to go across to Ware on the A10, and head south..

Go in towards the centre of London on the A10; passing through a number of traffic light box junctions on the way down. Then turn left after six miles for White Hart Lane. This becomes Creighton Road; keep going though, because it becomes White Hart Lane again soon after.

Pass under the railway bridge, before turning right at the end of the road onto Tottenham High Road. The stadium is metres away on the left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

This is where the problems arise. There is little to no parking available. There are private options, but they'll charge you for the pleasure. It would be advisable, therefore, to get the train; even if you do drive somewhere closer, such as Enfield.

By Rail:
Services to: SEVEN SISTERS

White Hart Lane station is a short walk from the stadium and is one of two options in our opinion if coming from Stevenage. Hop on the Victoria Line at Finsbury Park and head to Seven Sisters, walking from there or getting the London Overground to WHL. Northumberland Park might also be an option if you're coming from Cambridge, Hertford or London Liverpool Street.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner