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FA Cup Final 1900-01: Crystal Palace (Att:- 114,815)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Sheffield United
1 George Clawley, 2 Harry Erentz, 3 Sandy Tait, 4 Tom Morris, 5 Ted Hughes, 6 Jack L Jones, 7 Tom Smith, 8 John Cameron, 9 Sandy Brown, 10 David Copeland, 11 John Kirwan.

Scorer: Sandy Brown (23, 51)

Player-Manager: John Cameron

 

FA Cup Final Replay 1900-01: Burnden Park, Bolton (Att:- 20,470)
Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Sheffield United
1 George Clawley, 2 Harry Erentz, 3 Sandy Tait, 4 Tom Morris, 5 Ted Hughes, 6 Jack L Jones, 7 Tom Smith, 8 John Cameron, 9 Sandy Brown, 10 David Copeland, 11 John Kirwan

Scorers: John Cameron (52), Tom Smith (76), Sandy Brown (87)

Player/Manager: John Cameron

 

FA Cup Final 1920-21: Stamford Bridge (Att:- 72,805)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
1 Alex Hunter, 2 Tommy Clay, 3 Bob McDonald, 4 Bert Smith, 5 Charlie Walters, 6 Arthur Grimsdell, 7 Jimmy Banks, 8 Jimmy Seed, 9 Jimmy Cantrell, 10 Bert Bliss, 11 Jimmy Dimmock.

Scorer: Jimmy Dimmock (53)

Manager: Peter McWilliam

 

FA Cup Final 1960-61: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Leicester City
1 Bill Brown, 2 Peter Baker, 3 Ron Henry, 4 Danny Blanchflower, 5 Maurice Norman, 6 Dave Mackay, 7 Cliff Jones, 8 John White, 9 Bobby Smith, 10 Les Allen, 11 Terry Dyson.

Scorers: Bobby Smith (66), Terry Dyson (75)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

FA Cup Final 1961-62: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Burnley
1 Bill Brown, 2 Peter Baker, 3 Ron Henry, 4 Danny Blanchflower, 5 Maurice Norman, 6 Dave Mackay, 7 Terry Medwin, 8 John White, 9 Bobby Smith, 10 Jimmy Greaves, 11 Cliff Jones.

Scorers: Jimmy Greaves (3), Bobby Smith (51), Danny Blanchflower (pen, 80)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

European Cup Winners' Cup Final 1962-63: Rotterdam (Att:- 40,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 5-1 Atletico Madrid
1 Bill Brown, 2 Peter Baker, 3 Ron Henry, 4 Danny Blanchflower, 5 Maurice Norman, 6 Tony Marchi, 7 Cliff Jones, 8 John White, 9 Bobby Smith, 10 Jimmy Greaves, 11 Terry Dyson.

Scorers: Jimmy Greaves (16, 80), John White (35), Terry Dyson (67, 85)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

FA Cup Final 1966-67: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Chelsea
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Joe Kinnear, 3 Cyril Knowles, 4 Alan Mullery, 5 Mike England, 6 Dave Mackay, 7 Jimmy Robertson, 8 Jimmy Greaves, 9 Alan Gilzean, 10 Terry Venables, 11 Frank Saul.

Sub (not used): 12 Cliff Jones

Scorers: Jimmy Robertson (40), Frank Saul (67)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

Football League Cup Final 1970-71: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Aston Villa
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Joe Kinnear, 3 Cyril Knowles, 4 Alan Mullery, 5 Peter Collins, 6 Phil Beal, 7 Alan Gilzean, 8 Steve Perryman, 9 Martin Chivers, 10 Martin Peters, 11 Jimmy Neighbour.

Sub (not used): 12 Jimmy Pearce

Scorer: Martin Chivers (57, 87)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

UEFA Cup Final 1971-72: First leg. Molinuex, Wolverhampton (Att:- 38,362)
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Joe Kinnear, 3 Cyril Knowles, 4 Alan Mullery, 5 Mike England, 6 Phil Beal, 7 Alan Gilzean, 8 Steve Perryman, 9 Martin Chivers, 10 Martin Peters, 11 Ralph Coates (sub 15 John Pratt, 68).

Sub (not used): 12 Ray Evans, 14 Terry Naylor, 16 Jimmy Pearce, 17 Barry Daines

Scorer: Martin Chivers (78, 81)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

UEFA Cup Final 1971-72: Second leg. White Hart Lane (Att:- 54,303)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Joe Kinnear, 3 Cyril Knowles, 4 Alan Mullery, 5 Mike England, 6 Phil Beal, 7 Alan Gilzean, 8 Steve Perryman, 9 Martin Chivers, 10 Martin Peters, 11 Ralph Coates.

Sub (not used): 12 Ray Evans, 14 Terry Naylor, 15 John Pratt, 16 Jimmy Pearce, 17 Barry Daines

Scorer: Alan Mullery (29)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

Football League Cup Final 1972-73: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Norwich City
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Joe Kinnear, 3 Cyril Knowles, 4 John Pratt (Sub 12 Ralph Coates, 25), 5 Mike England, 6 Phil Beal, 7 Alan Gilzean, 8 Steve Perryman, 9 Martin Chivers, 10 Martin Peters, 11 Jimmy Pearce.

Scorer: Ralph Coates (72)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

UEFA Cup Final 1973-74: First leg. White Hart Lane (Att:- 46,281)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Feyenoord
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Ray Evans, 3 Terry Naylor, 4 John Pratt, 5 Mike England, 6 Phil Beal (sub Mike Dillon, 80), 7 Chris McGrath, 8 Steve Perryman, 9 Martin Chivers, 10 Martin Peters, 11 Ralph Coates.

Sub (not used):

Scorers: Mike England (39), van Daele (own goal, 64)

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

UEFA Cup Final 1973-74: Second leg. Rotterdam (Att:- 68,000)
Feyenoord 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur
1 Pat Jennings, 2 Ray Evans, 3 Terry Naylor, 4 John Pratt (Sub Phil Holder, 76), 5 Mike England, 6 Phil Beal, 7 Chris McGrath, 8 Steve Perryman, 9 Martin Chivers, 10 Martin Peters, 11 Ralph Coates.

Subs (not used):

Scorer: -

Manager: Bill Nicholson

 

FA Cup Final 1980-81: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Manchester City after extra time (90 minute score 1-1)
1 Milia Aleksic, 2 Chris Hughton, 3 Paul Miller, 4 Graham Roberts, 5 Steve Perryman, 6 Ricky Villa (sub 12 Gary Brooke, 66) 7 Ossie Ardiles, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Tony Galvin, 10 Glenn Hoddle, 11 Garth Crooks.

Scorer: Hutchinson (own goal, 81)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

FA Cup Final Replay 1980-81: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 96,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Manchester City
1 Milia Aleksic, 2 Chris Hughton, 3 Paul Miller, 4 Graham Roberts, 5 Ricky Villa, 6 Steve Perryman, 7 Ossie Ardiles, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Tony Galvin, 10 Glenn Hoddle, 11 Garth Crooks.

Sub (not used): 12 Gary Brooke

Scorers: Ricky Villa (6, 76), Garth Crooks (80)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

Football League Cup Final 1981-82: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Liverpool after extra time (90 minute score 1-1)
1 Ray Clemence, 2 Chris Hughton, 3 Paul Miller, 4 Paul Price, 5 Micky Hazard (sub 12 Ricky Villa, 65), 6 Steve Perryman, 7 Ossie Ardiles, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Tony Galvin, 10 Glenn Hoddle, 11 Garth Crooks.

Scorer: Steve Archibald (11)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

FA Cup Final 1981-82: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 100,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Queens Park Rangers after extra time (90 mins score 0-0)
1 Ray Clemence, 2 Chris Hughton, 3 Paul Miller, 4 Paul Price, 5 Micky Hazard (Sub 12 Gary Brooke, 104), 6 Steve Perryman, 7 Graham Roberts, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Tony Galvin, 10 Glenn Hoddle, 11 Garth Crooks

Scorer: Glenn Hoddle (110)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

FA Cup Final Replay 1981-82: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 92,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Queens Park Rangers
1 Ray Clemence, 2 Chris Hughton, 3 Paul Miller, 4 Paul Price, 5 Micky Hazard (sub 12 Gary Brooke, 66), 6 Steve Perryman, 7 Graham Roberts, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Tony Galvin, 10 Glenn Hoddle, 11 Garth Crooks.

Scorer: Glenn Hoddle (pen, 6)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

UEFA Cup Final 1983-84: First leg. Brussels (Att:- 38,000)
Anderlecht 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur
1 Tony Parks, 2 Danny Thomas, 3 Chris Hughton, 4 Graham Roberts, 5 Paul Miller, 6 Steve Perryman, 7 Micky Hazard, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Mark Falco, 10 Gary Stevens (sub 12 Gary Mabbutt, 81), 11 Tony Galvin.

Subs (not used):14 Ian Culverhouse, 15 Richard Cooke, 17 Ray Clemence

Scorer: Paul Miller (57)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

UEFA Cup Final 1983-84: Second leg. White Hart Lane (Att:- 46,258)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Andertecht after extra time (90 minute score 1-1, 2-2 on aggregate)
Tottenham Hotspur won 4-3 on penalties
1 Tony Parks, 2 Danny Thomas, 3 Chris Hughton, 4 Graham Roberts, 5 Paul Miller (sub 12 Ossie Ardiles, 77), 6 Gary Mabbutt (sub 16 Ally Dick, 73), 7 Micky Hazard, 8 Steve Archibald, 9 Mark Falco, 10 Gary Stevens, 11 Tony Galvin. 

Subs (not used): 14 Garth Crooks, 15 Mark Bowen, 17 Ray Clemence

Scorer: Graham Roberts (84)

Penalty scorers: Graham Roberts, Mark Falco, Gary Stevens, Steve Archibald (Danny Thomas - saved)

Manager: Keith Burkinshaw

 

FA Cup Final 1986-87: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 98,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-3 Coventry City after extra time (90 minute score 2-2)
1 Ray Clemence, 2 Chris Hughton (sub 12 Nico Claesen, 97), 3 Mitchell Thomas, 4 Steve Hodge, 5 Richard Gough, 6 Gary Mabbutt, 7 Clive Allen, 8 Paul AlIen, 9 Chris Waddle, 10 Glenn Hoddle, 11 Ossie Ardiles (sub 14 Gary Stevens, 90)

Scorers: Clive Allen (2), Gary Mabbutt  (40)

Manager: David Pleat

 

FA Cup Final 1990-91: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 80,000)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Nottingham Forest after extra time (90 minute score 1-1)
1 Erik Thorstvedt, 2 Justin Edinburgh, 3 Pat Van den Hauwe, 4 Steve Sedgley, 5 David Howells, 6 Gary Mabbutt, 7 Paul Stewart, 8 Paul Gascoigne (sub 12 Nayim, 17), 9 Vinny Samways (sub 14 Paul Walsh, 81), 10 Gary Lineker, 11 Paul Allen.

Scorers: Paul Stewart (55), Des Walker (own goal, 94)

Manager: Terry Venables

 

Football League Cup Final 1998-99: Empire Stadium, Wembley (Att:- 77,892)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Leicester City
1 Ian Walker, 2 Steve Carr, 12 Justin Edinburgh, 15 Ramon Vega, 23 Sol Campbell, 4 Steffen Freund, 6 Allan Nielsen, 9 Darren Anderton, 14 David Ginola (sub 22 Andy Sinton, 90), 18 Steffen Iversen, 10 Les Ferdinand. 

Subs (not used): 13 Espen Baardsen, 32 Luke Young, 20 Jose Dominguez, 11 Chris Armstrong

Scorer: Allan Nielsen (90)

Manager: George Graham

 

Football League Cup Final 2001-02 : Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (Att:- 72,500)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Blackburn Rovers
1 Neil Sullivan, 3 Mauricio Taricco (Sub 29 Simon Davies, 79), 26 Ledley King, 6 Chris Perry, 18 Ben Thatcher, 23 Christian Ziege, 8 Tim Sherwood, 7 Darren Anderton, 14 Gus Poyet (Sub 16 Steffen Iversen, 83), 10 Teddy Sheringham, 9 Les Ferdinand. 

Subs (not used): 13 Kasey Keller, 30 Antony Gardner, 11 Sergei Rebrov

Scorer: Christian Ziege (31)

Manager: Glenn Hoddle

 

Football League Cup Final 2007-08: The New Wembley Stadium (Att:- 87,660)
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Chelsea after extra time (90 minute score 1-1)
1 Paul Robinson, 28 Alan Hutton, 39 Jonathan Woodgate, 26 Ledley King, 2 Pascal Chimbonda (Sub 22 Tom Huddlestone, 60), 25 Aaron Lennon, 8 Jermaine Jenas, 4 Didier Zokora, 15 Steed Malbranque (Sub 6 Teemu Tainio, 74), 9 Dimitar Berbatov, 10 Robbie Keane (Sub 5 Younes Kaboul, 101). 

Subs (not used): 12 Radek Cerny, 23 Darren Bent

Scorers: Berbatov (pen, 70), Woodgate (94)

Manager: Juande Ramos

 

Football League Cup Final 2008-09: The New Wembley Stadium (Att:88,217)
Tottenham Hotspur 0–0 Manchester United after extra time (90 minute score 0-0)
Tottenham Hotspur lost 1-4 on penalties
1 Heurelho Gomes, 22 Vedran Corluka, 32 Benoit Assou-Ekotto, 20 Michael Dawson, 26 Ledley King, 7 Aaron Lennon (Sub 5 David Bentley, 102), 8 Jermaine Jenas (sub 3 Gareth Bale, 98), 4 Didier Zokora, 14 Luka Modric, 10 Darren Bent, 9 Roman Pavlyuchenko (Sub 24 Jamie O’Hara, 65). 

Subs (not used): 27 Ben Alnwick, 6 Tom Huddlestone, 16 Chris Gunter, 19 Adel Taarabt

Scorers: -

Penalties: O’Hara (saved), Corluka (scored), Bentley (missed, wide)

Manager: Harry Redknapp

 

Football League Cup Final 2014-15: The New Wembley Stadium (Att: 89,294)
Tottenham Hotspur 0–2 Chelsea
1 Hugo Lloris, 2 Kyle Walker, 15 Eric Dier, 5 Jan Vertonghen, 3 Danny Rose; 42 Nabil Bentaleb, 38 Ryan Mason (Sub 11 Erik Lamela, 71); 22 Nacer Chadli (Sub 9 Roberto Soldado, 80), 23 Christian Eriksen, 17 Andros Townsend (Sub 19 Moussa Dembélé, 62); 18 Harry Kane

Subs (not used): 13 Michel Vorm, 33 Ben Davies, 21 Federico Fazio, 25 Benji Stambouli

Scorers: -

Manager: Mauricio Pochettino

 

UEFA Champions League Final 2018-19: Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid (Att: 63,272)
Tottenham Hotspur 0–2 Liverpool
1 Hugo Lloris, 2 Kieran Trippier, 3 Danny Rose, 4 Toby Alderweireld, 5 Jan Vertonghen, 7 Heung-Min Son, 8 Harry Winks (Sub 27 Lucas Moura, 66), 10 Harry Kane, 17 Moussa Sissoko (Sub 15 Eric Dier, 74), 20 Dele Alli (Sub 18 Fernando Llorente, 81), 23 Christian Eriksen,

Subs (not used): 13 Michel Vorm, 6 Davinson Sánchez, 11 Erik Lamela, 12 Victor Wanyama, 16 Kyle Walker-Peters, 21 Juan Foyth, 22 Paulo Gazzaniga, 24 Serge Aurier, 33 Ben Davies

Scorers: -

Manager: Mauricio Pochettino

 

Football League Cup Final 2020-21: The New Wembley, Madrid (Att: 7,773)
Tottenham Hotspur 0–1 Manchester City
1 Hugo Lloris, 3 Sergio Reguilón, 4 Toby Alderweireld, 5 Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (Sub 20 Dele Alli, 84), 7 Heung-Min Son, 8 Harry Winks, 10 Harry Kane, 15 Erik Dier, 18 Giovani Lo Celso (Sub 17 Moussa Sissoko, 67), 24 Serge Aurier (Sub 23 Steven Bergwijn, 90), 27 Lucas Moura (Sub 9 Gareth Bale, 67)

Subs (not used): 12 Joe Hart, 6 Davinson Sánchez, 11 Erik Lamela, 25 Japhet Tanganga, 28 Tanguy Ndombele

Scorers: -

Manager: Ryan Mason