Tottenham Hotspur Logo – The Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is a club of football in England, the municipality of Haringey in the city of London. It was founded in 1882 and plays in the Premier League English. His rival is the classic Arsenal, with whom dispute the North London derby. The club is called the Spurs for the fans. Tottenham Hotspur FC was founded in 1882. The club was founded on the initiative of the boys club cricket “Hotspur” and the local primary school. So at first the name of the club was “Hotspur FC”.

In 1883 the club is chaired by Mr. John Ripsher. The color of the club was by then dark blue. Although 7 years later, the shirt would change to red. And in 1884 the institution was renamed “Tottenham Hotspur Football and Athletic Club”. Three years later, comes the first classic, known as the North London derby against | Arsenal, then known as “Royal Arsenal”. The match was suspended due to darkness, with the “Spurs” winning 2-1. In 1888 the club moved to private lands in Northumberland Park.

In 1895 the institution became professional. The following year, some 6,000 spectators watched the friendly match against Aston Villa. The club is promoted to First Division of the League. In addition, there is another change of colors. Instead of red and blue becomes black and gold. A year later, he manages to reach a cup final for the first time, playing against the home team “Wellingborough” and losing 0-2 in the Charity Cup. And in 1898 the club became a limited company. A match against “Woolwich Arsenal” draws a crowd of 14,000 spectators. There is another change of color, white shirt and blue pants. In 1899 the club moved to White Hart Lane, where now stands.

In summer 2011 the club reached 3 major signings: goalkeeper American veteran Brad Friedel, midfielder Scott Parker and striker Emmanuel Adebayor. On the other hand would leave the club 7 players, of which two names that left their mark on White Hart Lane : former captain Robbie Keane, who joined Los Angeles Galaxy and the giant Peter Crouch, who left front squad to Stoke City, same computer that made ​​landfall Wilson Palacios and Jonathan Woodgate, who also dress in potters. Moreover players Alan Hutton and Jermaine Jenas signed him for Aston Villa, the latter on loan, and finally David Bentley also left the club to wear the shirt of West Ham on loan. The greatest joy for the hobby of Tottenham was the continuity of Croatian magician Luka Modric on the computer.