Personalised Tottenham Hotspur Football Calendar
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This Tottenham Hotspur Football Calendar is a unique Calendar gift idea for a football fan.
On each month, we feature a newspaper report from one of Tottenham Hotspur's key games.
For over 50 clubs, these football calendars relive the rich history of your club with newspaper reports featured on each month, rekindling nostalgic memories of your favourite team across the years.
You can choose the start Date of these Tottenham Hotspur Football Calendars. You can select any month in any of the next 12 months. So if you are viewing Football Calendar details in June, you can select a start Date from June through to any month to June next year. Includes all Public Holidays and key dates.
You can personalise your gift with the Name of the recipient and a short Message on the opening page. The football calendar is especially made for the recipient, which makes this a must-have gift for any Tottenham Hotspur fan.
Our Tottenham Hotspur Calendars are unofficial products, and are in no way affiliated with Tottenham Hotspur FC. They have been independently compiled and research by our archive team.
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Tottenham Hotspur is a London-based football team with a rich tradition of success. The club first won a major trophy all the way back in 1901, beating Sheffield United in the FA Cup final. Spurs built steadily on this early triumph and in the late 1940s, manager Arthur Rose pioneered a 'Push and Run' playing technique that would prove pivotal to the club's development. Tottenham gained promotion to the top flight and in 1951, and Spurs soon won their first Division One title. The club became English champions a second time ten years later, winning the FA Cup in the same season. By claiming both trophies, Spurs became the first English team to win the 'Double' in the twentieth century. Tottenham Hotspur created history again two years later when they won the European Cup Winners' Cup, as it was first time a British football club had won a major European trophy.
Tottenham's league form began to decline in the 1970s, but the cup triumphs have continued. Spurs have won at least one trophy in each of the past six decades - a feat only matched by Manchester United.
This Personalised Calendar features a fascinating selection of Tottenham Hotspur articles and match reports on some of the best games from the club's history. Starting from the month of your choice, these A3 Calendars are a great gift idea for any Spurs fan and they will bring back wonderful memories of some fabulous performances
The Calendars begin in 1921 with the 1-0 FA Cup final win against Wolverhampton Wanderers. The match took place at Stamford Bridge and the FA Cup was the last major trophy the club would win for thirty years. Spurs continued to develop however, and in 1934, the team thrashed Aston Villa 1-5 in a classic encounter on their way to a third place finish in the First Division.
Bill Nicholson became manager of Tottenham Hotspur in 1958 and he certainly started his reign with a bang! Spurs thrashed Everton 10-4, which was a record league victory for Tottenham at the time and a sign of things to come for the club under the new boss. Nicholson's time in charge would lead to one of the greatest eras in Tottenham Hotspur's history and our A3 Calendar features many highlights from this special spell at the club. In 1961, Spurs beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 to win the First Division for a second time. In 1962, Burnley were defeated 3-1 in the FA Cup Final. Three years later, Tottenham produced another fantastic FA Cup performance, thrashing Torquay United 5-1 in the third round replay.
Tottenham Hotspur was enjoying consistent top flight football at this time and league stability helped the club earn regular success in cup competitions. In 1971, Spurs beat Aston Villa 2-0 to win the League Cup for the first time. During the next season, Tottenham beat Keflavik 9-0 to wrap up a 15-1 aggregate win in the UEFA Cup first round. This would eventually lead the team to a second European title. Bill Nicholson left Tottenham Hotspur in 1974, but our Calendar Gift features further cup triumphs for the club, as the team's strong tradition in knock-out competition continued.
In 1982, Spurs were in contention for all four trophies until late into the season and won the FA Cup 1-0 against Queens Park Rangers. In 2002, Tottenham Hotspur thrashed London rivals Chelsea 5-1 in the League Cup semi-finals. Spurs beat Chelsea again in the 2008 League Cup final. New manager Juande Ramos had come to the club with a reputation for winning cups and this 2-1 win thrilled the Tottenham fans. It was the first trophy the team had won for nine years.
Each Football Calendar contains the following reproduced newspaper reports:
We have an exciting selection of alternative football gifts that are designed especially for Spurs fans. These include our Personalised Diaries, Season Books, and a unique Personalised Football Book, which is smartly presented and can be treasured for years to come. Other more general football presents include our Spoof Football Headlines and Stadium Tours.
I Just Love It also has a range of attractive Personalised Image Calendars that cover a variety of themes, such as Best Dad, Football, Golf, Rugby and a special Tottenham Hotspur Legends edition. Each A3 Calendar includes twelve colourful photographs, all of which cleverly incorporate your recipient's name.