|Full name||Tottenham Hotspur Football Club|
|Founded||5 September 1882, as Hotspur F.C.|
|Ground||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium|
|Owner||ENIC International Ltd. (85.55%)|
|Saturday, March 7, 2020|
|Burnley||1 - 1||Tottenham Hotspur|
|Sunday, March 1, 2020|
|Tottenham Hotspur||2 - 3||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|Sunday, March 15, 2020|
|Tottenham Hotspur||02:00||Manchester United|
|Friday, March 20, 2020|
|Tottenham Hotspur||02:00||West Ham United|
|15||Brighton & Hov…||29||6||11||12||32||40||-8||29|
|16||West Ham United||29||7||6||16||35||50||-15||27|
Originally named Hotspur Football Club, the club was formed on 5 September 1882 by a group of schoolboys led by Bobby Buckle. They were members of the Hotspur Cricket Club and the football club was formed to play sports during the winter months.[ A year later the boys sought help with the club from John Ripsher, the Bible class teacher at All Hallows Church, who became the first president of the club and its treasurer. Ripsher helped and supported the boys through the club’s formative years, reorganised and found premises for the club.[ In April 1884 the club was renamed “Tottenham Hotspur Football Club” to avoid confusion with another London club named Hotspur, whose post had been mistakenly delivered to North London. Nicknames for the club include “Spurs” and “the Lilywhites”.
Initially, the boys played games between themselves and friendly matches against other local clubs. The first recorded match took place on 30 September 1882 against a local team named the Radicals, which Hotspur lost 2–0.The team entered their first cup competition in the London Association Cup, and won 5–2 in their first competitive match on 17 October 1885 against a company’s works team called St Albans.The club’s fixtures began to attract the interest of the local community and attendances at its home matches increased. In 1892, they played for the first time in a league, the short-lived Southern Alliance.
The club turned professional on 20 December 1895 and, in the summer of 1896, was admitted to Division One of the Southern League. On 2 March 1898, the club also became a limited company, the Tottenham Hotspur Football and Athletic Company. Soon after, Frank Brettell became the first ever manager of Spurs, and he signed John Cameron, who took over as player-manager when Brettell left a year later. Cameron would have a significant impact on Spurs, helping the club win its first trophy, the Southern League title in the 1899–1900 season. The following year Spurs won the 1901 FA Cup by beating Sheffield United 3–1 in a replay of the final, after the first game ended in a 2–2 draw. In doing so they became the only non-League club to achieve the feat since the formation of The Football League in 1888.