ArseWeb presents: Arsenal vs Tottenham
It goes without saying that all these sites are rubbish.
See the following pages from the ArseWeb
- Summary record of derby matches with matches played and goals scored in each competition, and
individual appearance and goalscoring records.
- Full record of
derby matches, including dates, attendances, and team lists for each
Arsenal vs Tottenham trivia
- Arsenal have clinched the title at White Hart Lane twice, in
the double season of 1970/71 (1-0, Ray Kennedy) and again in 2003/04 (2-2, Vieira and Pires)
- (that's the same number of times that Tottenham have done it, see
- Arsenal moved to Highbury in 1913, following relegation to the 2nd division. Antagonism between the clubs began when the league re-started following the first world war. Arsenal managed to blag their way back into the first division despite protests from their North London neighbours, who were relegated at our expense (see history page for details)
- Arsenal top scorers vs Tottenham
- 8: Alan Sunderland
- 7: John Radford, David Herd
- 6: Ian Wright, Robert Pires, Joe Baker
- 5: Charlie Nicholas, Jimmy Logie, Ted Drake
- Arsenal hat-tricks vs Tottenham
- 20/10/1934 Ted Drake
- 23/12/1978 Alan Sunderland
- Players who played for both Arsenal and Tottenham
- Jimmy Brain (AFC 1924-31, THFC 1931-5)
- George Hunt (THFC 1930-7, AFC 1937-8)
- Freddie Cox (THFC 1938-49, AFC 1949-53)
- Vic Groves (THFC 1952-4, AFC 1955-64)
- Laurie Brown (AFC 1961-4, THFC 1963-6)
- Jimmy Robertson (THFC 1963-9, AFC 1968-70)
- David Jenkins (AFC 1967-9, THFC 1968-70)
- Steve Walford (THFC 1975-6, AFC 1977-81)
- Pat Jennings (THFC 1964-7, AFC 1977-85)
- Willie Young (THFC 1975-7, AFC 1976-82)
- Sol Campbell (THFC 1992-2001, AFC 2001- )
St Totteringham's Day
The name given to the day each season when Tottenham can no longer finish
above Arsenal (without us getting points deducted, which we have to admit
is rarely an impossibility). Julian Shulman is to thank for the concept
(see this newsreel
story, which was its first publication).
Mike Pitt's Cann Table page includes a section on St Totteringham's day, including current season's analysis and historical record.
Animation of afc cannon shooting tottenham chicken
Peter Budd created the original, anyone know if it's still online anywhere?
But on the same theme, Colin Young sent us this...