List of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. records and statistics

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This article contains records and statistics for the English professional football club, Tottenham Hotspur.

Club records[edit]

Record wins[edit]

6–0 v Oldham Athletic, FA Cup 14 January 1933
6–0 v Margate FA Cup, 13 January 1973
6–0 v Drogheda, UEFA Cup, 14 September 1983
6–0 v Oldham Athletic, Football League Cup, 23 September 2004
7–1 v Hull City, Premier League, 21 May 2017.[6]

Record defeats[edit]

2–8 v Derby County, Division 1, 16 October 1976[7]
0–7 v Liverpool, Division 1, 2 September 1978
v Sunderland, Football League First Division, 19 December 1914
v Arsenal, Football League First Division, 6 March 1935

Additional records[edit]

Steve Perryman made 854 club appearances

London derbies best attendances[edit]

Arsenal:

Chelsea:

West Ham United:

National records[edit]

  • The first club to win the 'Double' of the FA Cup and Top Flight Championship in the 20th Century (1960–61)
  • Most consecutive League victories from start of a top flight season: 11 (1960)
  • Most victories in a League season: 31 out of 42 games in 1960–61
  • Most Premier League goals scored by a player in a calendar year: 39 by Harry Kane in 2017
  • Most points in Division 2 season: (2 points for a win): 70 (1919–20)
  • The only non-league club, since the creation of the Football League in 1888, to have won the FA Cup (1901)
  • The first club to win the League Cup at the New Wembley (2007–08)
  • Fastest ever Premier League goal scored: 9.7 seconds by Ledley King against Bradford City in 2000
  • First team to concede 1,000 goals in the Premier League[16][17]
  • Most goals scored in a Premier League game: 9 (joint record)
  • Most prolific goal scorers out of any English team in European football competition, scoring an average 2.1 goals per game

British records[edit]

  • The first British club to win a major European competition – European Cup Winners Cup (1963)[18]
  • The first British club to win two different European Trophies – European Cup Winners Cup and UEFA Cup.
  • British record of eight consecutive victories in major European competition
  • Most matches played in the UEFA Cup / UEFA Europa League by a British club
  • Least amount of top flight games played by a Premier League club in one season (40 games; eliminated in second round of League Cup by Grimsby Town and third round of FA Cup by Leicester City during the 2005–06 season)

European records[edit]

Premier League record[edit]

For results from all of Tottenham Hotspur's seasons, see List of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. seasons

Tottenham has been a member of the Premier League since its creation in 1992–93. Coming fourth in the 2009–10 and 2011–12 seasons put the club into the UEFA Champions League qualifying stages for the 2010–11 season only.

Season Position Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Goal difference Points
2017–18 3 38 23 8 7 74 36 38 77
2016–17 2 38 26 8 4 86 26 60 86
2015–16 3 38 19 13 5 69 35 34 70
2014–15 5 38 19 7 12 58 53 5 64
2013–14 6 38 21 6 11 55 51 4 69
2012–13 5 38 21 9 8 66 46 20 72
2011–12 4 38 20 9 9 66 41 25 69
2010–11 5 38 16 14 8 55 46 9 62
2009–10 4 38 21 7 10 67 41 26 70
2008–09 8 38 14 9 15 45 45 0 51
2007–08 11 38 11 13 14 66 61 5 46
2006–07 5 38 17 9 12 57 54 3 60
2005–06 5 38 18 11 9 53 38 15 65
2004–05 9 38 14 10 14 47 41 6 52
2003–04 14 38 13 6 19 47 57 −10 45
2002–03 10 38 14 8 16 51 62 −11 50
2001–02 9 38 14 8 16 49 53 −4 50
2000–01 12 38 13 10 15 47 54 −7 49
1999–00 10 38 15 8 15 57 49 8 53
1998–99 11 38 11 14 13 47 50 −3 47
1997–98 14 38 11 11 16 44 56 −11 44
1996–97 10 38 13 7 18 44 51 −6 46
1995–96 8 38 16 13 9 50 38 12 61
1994–95 7 42 16 14 12 66 58 8 62
1993–94 15 42 11 12 19 54 59 −5 45
1992–93 8 42 16 11 15 60 66 −6 59

Top scorers by season[edit]

Teddy Sheringham finished five seasons as Tottenham's top scorer
Season Player Total Goals Domestic League Domestic Cup Europe
2017–18 England Harry Kane 42 30 4 8
2016–17 England Harry Kane 35 29 4 2
2015–16 England Harry Kane 28 25 1 2
2014–15 England Harry Kane 31 21 3 7
2013–14 Togo Emmanuel Adebayor 14 11 1 2
2012–13 Wales Gareth Bale 26 21 2 3
2011–12 Togo Emmanuel Adebayor 18 17 1 0
2010–11 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart 15 13 0 2
2009–10 England Jermain Defoe 24 18 6 0
2008–09 England Darren Bent 17 12 1 4
2007–08 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov 23 15 3 5
Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 23 15 4 4
2006–07 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov 23 12 4 7
2005–06 Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 16 16 0 0
2004–05 England Jermain Defoe 22 13 9 0
2003–04 Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 16 14 2 0
2002–03 England Teddy Sheringham 13 12 1 0
Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 13 13 0 0
2001–02 Uruguay Gustavo Poyet 14 10 4 0
2000–01 Ukraine Sergei Rebrov 12 9 3 0
1999–00 Norway Steffen Iversen 17 14 2 1
1998–99 Norway Steffen Iversen 13 9 4 0
1997–98 Germany Jürgen Klinsmann 9 9 0 0
France David Ginola 9 6 3 0
1996–97 England Teddy Sheringham 8 7 1 0
1995–96 England Teddy Sheringham 24 16 8 0
1994–95 Germany Jürgen Klinsmann 29 20 9 0
1993–94 England Teddy Sheringham 16 14 2 0
1992–93 England Teddy Sheringham 28 21 7 0
1991–92 England Gary Lineker 35 28 5 2
1990–91 England Gary Lineker 19 15 4 0
England Paul Gascoigne 19 7 12 0
1989–90 England Gary Lineker 26 24 2 0
1988–89 England Chris Waddle 14 14 0 0
1987–88 England Clive Allen 13 11 2 0
1986–87 England Clive Allen 49 33 16 0
1985–86 England Mark Falco 21 19 2 0
1984–85 England Mark Falco 29 22 3 4
1983–84 Scotland Steve Archibald 28 21 2 5
1982–83 Scotland Steve Archibald 15 11 2 2
England Garth Crooks 15 8 4 3
1981–82 England Garth Crooks 18 13 3 2
1980–81 Scotland Steve Archibald 25 20 5 0
1979–80 England Glenn Hoddle 22 19 3 0
1978–79 England Peter Taylor 12 11 1 0
1977–78 Scotland John Duncan 20 16 4 0
1976–77 England Chris Jones 9 9 0 0
1975–76 Scotland John Duncan 25 20 5 0
1974–75 Scotland John Duncan 12 12 0 0
1973–74 England Martin Chivers 23 17 0 6
1972–73 England Martin Chivers 33 17 8 8
1971–72 England Martin Chivers 42 25 9 8
1970–71 England Martin Chivers 29 22 7 0

Players in bold are currently contracted to Tottenham Hotspur.

Top 10 all-time scorers[edit]

As of 6 November 2018[20]
No. Player Club appearances Total goals Domestic league Domestic Cup Europe Goals per game
1. England Jimmy Greaves 379 266 220 37 9 0.70
2. England Bobby Smith 317 208 176 22 10 0.66
3. England Martin Chivers 367 174 118 34 22 0.47
4. Wales Cliff Jones 378 159 135 17 7 0.42
5. England Harry Kane 228 150 114 13 23 0.66
6. England Jermain Defoe 363 143 91 29 23 0.39
7. England George Hunt 198 138 125 13 0 0.70
8. England Len Duquemin 307 134 114 20 0 0.44
9. Scotland Alan Gilzean 439 133 93 27 13 0.30
10. England Teddy Sheringham 277 124 97 27 0 0.45

Players in bold are currently contracted to Tottenham Hotspur.

Top European competition scorers[edit]

For an in-depth review of Tottenham Hotspur in European Competition, see Tottenham Hotspur F.C. in European football

Jermain Defoe scored a record 23 European goals for Tottenham.
Player Appearances Goals Goals per game
England Harry Kane 45 23 0.51
England Jermain Defoe 35 23 0.66
England Martin Chivers 32 22 0.69
England Mark Falco 25 13 0.52
Scotland Alan Gilzean 28 13 0.46
England Martin Peters 32 13 0.40
Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov 16 12 0.75
England Bobby Smith 14 10 0.71
England Jimmy Greaves 14 9 0.64
England Garth Crooks 16 9 0.56
Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 19 9 0.47
England Ralph Coates 26 9 0.35

Players in bold are currently contracted to Tottenham Hotspur.
Statistics correct as of 6 November 2018.

Transfers[edit]

Highest transfer fees paid[edit]

Name From Fee Year
1 Colombia Davinson Sánchez Netherlands Ajax £42M 2017
2 Argentina Érik Lamela Italy Roma £30M 2013
3 France Moussa Sissoko England Newcastle United £30M 2016
4 Spain Roberto Soldado Spain Valencia £26M 2013
5 Brazil Lucas Moura France Paris Saint-Germain £23M 2018
6 South Korea Son Heung-min Germany Bayer Leverkusen £18M 2015
7 Netherlands Vincent Janssen Netherlands AZ £17M 2016
8 Brazil Paulinho Brazil Corinthians £17M 2013
9 Croatia Luka Modrić Croatia Dinamo Zagreb £16.5M 2008
10 England Darren Bent England Charlton Athletic £16.5M 2007
11 Belgium Mousa Dembélé England Fulham £15M 2012

Players in bold are currently contracted to Tottenham Hotspur.

Highest transfer fees received[edit]

Name To Fee Year
1 Wales Gareth Bale Spain Real Madrid £86.3M 2013
2 England Kyle Walker England Manchester City £53M 2017
3 Croatia Luka Modrić Spain Real Madrid £33M[21][22] 2012
4 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov England Manchester United £30.75M 2008
5 Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane England Liverpool £19M 2008
6 England Michael Carrick England Manchester United £18.6M 2006
7 Austria Kevin Wimmer

England Stoke City FC

£18M 2017
8 Algeria Nabil Bentaleb Germany FC Schalke 04 £17M 2017
9 England Darren Bent England Sunderland £16.5M 2009
10 England Ryan Mason England Hull City £13M 2016
11 Belgium Nacer Chadli England West Bromwich Albion £13M 2016

Rankings[edit]

  • 3rd highest English all-time average attendance figure.
  • Joint 3rd most successful side in all time FA Cup history with eight wins.
  • 6th most successful side in all time League Cup history with four wins and four runners up.
  • 4th most successful English side in UEFA European competitions by trophies won (3).
  • 10th richest club in world as ranked by Forbes.[23]
  • 12th highest income in world as ranked by accountancy firm Deloitte.[24]
  • The highest number of players to represent England. (78)
  • 2nd highest number of goals scored by players representing England. (218)
  • 14th (joint) in number of English league titles won.
  • 5th in ranking of all time major honours won by football clubs in England. (24)

Honours[edit]

Sources:Tottenham Hotspur – History[25]

Domestic[edit]

League competitions

Cup competitions

European[edit]

Historical competitions (All Levels)[edit]

Friendly tournaments[edit]

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