The Spurs vs Liverpool match will be played at the iconic Wembley Stadium, the ideal location for a lively and energetic atmosphere. Both home and away fans will be able to enjoy the match between their two favourite teams. Our wide range of Spurs Hospitality packages will provide you with an unforgettable VIP experience.
Spurs and Liverpool have an extensive history and both teams have celebrated both triumphant wins and devastating losses. The two teams have had around 170 meetings in the past that date back all the way to early 1900’s. Statistics show that Spurs have won 48 games against their Liverpool opposition who have won just 42.
Below we explore some big games for the two teams from the past, ahead of this year’s football season.
Spurs 0 – 5 Liverpool, December 2013
December 2013 saw Spurs and Liverpool meet for the Premier League match at White Hart Lane. Although, at Spurs’ home ground, it was the away team that came out on top with a triumphant 5-0 win. Over 36,000 fans came out to support their teams and the home fans of course had hoped for a better outcome. Liverpool’s star player Suarez led his team to victory, 18 minutes in with his 16th goal of the season, soaring him past the whole Spurs side for that season. The Liverpool team struggled to maintain a lead and were without their key player Steven Gerrard who was injured at the time. The Spurs team demanded control of the match from the start, were impressive defence wise and had greater opportunities to score. This win came as a huge reward for the Liverpool team as this was their first win at White Hart Lane and their biggest win ever there. Spurs had a very different outcome though, ending their unbeaten run of five previous games with a devastating loss. The home fans were extremely disappointed with the level of play and an echo of boos surround the stadium once the half time whistle blew and some fans even left before the end of the match. Liverpool undoubtedly deserved the win, with greater possession at 57%, 21 shots and 10 of them being on target it is no surprise as to why they scored so highly in this match.
Spurs 4 – 1 Liverpool, October 2017
An estimated 80,827 fans attended the Premier League match between Spurs and Liverpool at Wembley, in October 2017, which was a record breaking figure for the Premier League. Spurs jumped to joint second in the Premier League with their 4-1 victory over Liverpool. In the first 12 minutes of the match, Harry Kane scored the first goal and assisted the second. Mohamed Salah from the Liverpool side attempted to win it back for his team with a goal soon after, however Liverpool’s victory was soon sealed. Goals that followed came from Dele Alli with his half time strike and Harry Kane’s second goal towards the end of the second half. Despite Liverpool’s landslide victory match statistics show that Liverpool had greater possession throughout the game and both teams had pretty equal shot attempts. Regardless of the teams possession lead, they were unable to control the game. The Spurs striker; Harry Kane scored his first Premier League goal at Wembley Stadium, and was awarded man of the match for his impressive performance during the game. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino was extremely pleased with the efforts of his team and emphasised the importance of keeping up the team’s confidence as they progress. However, Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp was less positive claiming “it is too easy if we make these kind of mistakes, we have to prove we are better defenders”. Defence wise the Liverpool team put up a poor display, which in turn made them break their successful run, where they had nine unbeaten games against Spurs.
Spurs 0 – 3 Liverpool, September 2006
Over 44,000 fans flocked to Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium to watch the Premier League match between Spurs and their home team in September 2006. Liverpool were no doubt pleased with the 3-0 result. The Liverpool team scored three goals after the half term break, which sealed their impressive victory. Mark Gonzalez gave Liverpool their 63 minute lead with a strike that followed a devastating miss from the Spurs player Jermaine Jenas. Rafael Benitez, the Liverpool manager said the team got stronger from here and took control which was the key to the teams’ success. The Spurs boss, Martin Jol said they had many opportunities before Jermaine missed a good chance, however did praise the efforts of his midfielders. Alongside Gonzalez goals came from Dirk Kuyt and John Arne Riise. Overall statistics from the match show that Liverpool had greater possession throughout the match, and 5 on target shots compared to Spurs’ 0. Overall, the Spurs team were left to regret the earlier miss and Liverpool took advantage of this mistake.