Spurs have the unique distinction to have hosted the only Football Aid game (so far) to have featured a World Cup Winner. Ricky Villa, former club legend and scorer of "that" FA Cup goal, wowed players and spectators alike in 2004 during his Football Aid debut. And Ossie Ardiles gained the similar distinction of being the first Football Aid Manager (2011) to have a World Cup Winners medal. A host of other Spurs greats including Gary Mabbutt, Clive Allen, Gary Stevens, Steven Slade, Mark Falco, David Kersland, Micky Hazard, Mitchell Thomas, Paul Allen, David Howells, John Pratt, Steve Sedgley, Terry Gibson and Martin Chivers have also joined in the fun at White Hart Lane. Our association with the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation starting in 2010 has enabled us to host games again at White Hart Lane and for this we are extremely thankful.
2016 EVENT UPDATE
We've now been informed by the club that there will be no pitch activity at White Hart Lane at the end of this season (2015-16). This is due to the ongoing building work surrounding the move to the new stadium. Unfortunately the decision is out-with our control and we've been told it won't be reversed.
However we’re still very keen to work with the club this season and raise valuable charity funds for the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and with that in mind we’re currently exploring all possible options to deliver a new and exclusive event at another club owned venue. We hope to have further details in the coming weeks and if you'd like to be kept informed about this event please e-mail us using the Contact Us.
We're still hopeful that we'll be able to host games at White Hart Lane in 2017 with the club, at this early stage we can't make any guarantees the games will definitely go ahead but if you'd like to be kept informed with any future updates please remember to Register on the website (if you’ve not done so already) or e-mail us by using the Contact Us form to express your interest in a future event at WHL.