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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