Tottenham Hotspur 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Kits and more

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is an English football club based in the North London district of Tottenham.

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has won the Premier League 2 times, the FA Cup 8 times, the League Cup 4 times, the FA Super Cup 7 times, the UEFA Cup 2 times, and the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup 1 time.

Like Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Chelsea, it is one of the so-called “Big Six”, as the six richest clubs in the Premier League are called. His wealth goes beyond England, as he appears on several lists of the world’s richest soccer clubs ranked by Forbes magazine in dollars. In 2017, it had the second most valuable squad on the planet, according to the report by the “CIES Football Observatory” (football observatory of the International Center for Sports Studies). Packed with outstanding youngsters who shine in the Premier League, Tottenham surprises in second place, valued at €1.17 billion (R$4.45 billion).

In 2015, Tottenham and Everton appeared sharing sixth place in a list published by the British newspaper Daily Mail, when it published a poll choosing the 50 best English clubs of all time, using six main criteria: fans, social media base, trophies. Premier League placements (from before the transition to the Premier League, inclusive), player quality, and income.

In this article, you will get to know about Tottenham Hotspur 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Tottenham Hotspur Profile Summary

Tottenham Hotspur
TeamTottenham Hotspur Football Club
Nickname(s)Spurs, The Lilywhites
Home StadiumTottenham Hotspur Stadium
Stadium Capacity62,303
LocationLondon (Tottenham)
Founded1882
Websitehttp://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/
League2023–24 Premier League
ManagerAntonio Conte

Tottenham Hotspur History

The first significant achievement in Tottenham’s history came in the 1900–01 season when the club beat Sheffield United 2–2 3–1 in the FA Cup final. Two decades later, Tottenham Hotspur once again won the cup of the world’s oldest football tournament, this time with a 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton. In the 1950-51 season, the club won the Premier League for the first time.

In the 60s, the Spurs lived a great stage. In 1960-61 and 1961-62, they twice won the FA Cup, beating Leicester 2-0 and Burnley 3-1 in sequence. Also in the 1960-61 season, the club won the Premier League for the second time. In 1963, Tottenham became European champions by winning the former European Cup. In 1966-67 they beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final, reaching their fifth title in this tournament.

In the 1970s and 1980s, Tottenham Hotspur also had good times, winning two more European Cups in the UEFA Cup, currently the UEFA Europa League in 1971-72 and 1983-84. Furthermore, they also won the FA Cup twice in the 1980-81 and 1981-82 seasons and also two League Cup cups in 1970-71 and 1972-73. In the 1990-91 season, Spurs clinched their eighth FA Cup title. After a long fast, the club beat Chelsea in the 2007-08 League Cup final and lifted a trophy again.

Champions League 2010-11

In the 2009-10 season, Tottenham again won a place to play in the UEFA Champions League after a long time. With Gareth Bale and Luka Modrić, Tottenham Hotspur were one of the great surprises of the 2010-11 edition of the Champions League. Still in the Playoffs, the club managed to reverse a 3-2 away loss against Young Boys with a convincing 4-0 win at the memorable White Hart Lane.

In the Group Phase, they surprised everyone and went ahead in Group A against the favourite Internazionale, the current champion of the tournament. There were 3 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss. In the two games against Inter, there was no lack of emotion. Victory at White Hart Lane by 3-1 and defeat away from home by 4-3 in an emblematic match for Gareth Bale, author of three goals.

As if that were not enough, Tottenham Hotspur still tried to eliminate the mighty Milan, achieving an imposing 1-0 victory at the San Siro.

In the quarterfinals they were eliminated by Real Madrid, suffering a tough 4-0 at the Santiago Bernabéu and an unfortunate 1-0 at home.

Tottenham with Pochettino

In May 2014, Tottenham announced Argentine Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager. The club had been discredited after the departures of Luka Modrić in 2012 and Gareth Bale the following year, both to Real Madrid.

However, Pochetttino quickly transformed the Tottenham Hotspur team, raising its level within the English scene and also in Europe.

In the first season with the Argentine commander, Spurs reached the final of the English League Cup, in which they ended up defeated 2-0 by their rival Chelsea. In the 2015-16 season, the performance was even better, as the club reached the third position in the Premier League, thus securing a place in the UEFA Champions League.

In the 2016-17 season, they were runner-up in the Premier League and fell in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea in an exciting 4-2.

In 17-18, Tottenham Hotspur finished third in the Premier League again. In the Champions League, he surprised everyone again by being the leader of the same group in which Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund were. In the round of 16, he starred in a very exciting duel against Juventus. In the first leg, away from home, Spurs managed to draw 2-2 after losing by two goals. The classification seemed close, but it escaped him since, in the second leg, Tottenham was still ahead, but he took the second leg and was thus eliminated.

In the 2018-19 season, Tottenham Hotspur had a historic campaign in the UEFA Champions League, reaching the final of the competition for the first time, managing to reach the decision after eliminating Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City, and Ajax. In the final, they were defeated by Liverpool 2-0.

Still, in the 2018-19 season, he fell in the League Cup semi-finals against Chelsea on penalties after 2-2 on aggregate. They finished the Premier League in 4th place, again guaranteeing their place in the UEFA Champions League, for the fourth consecutive season, a feat never before achieved by the club.

Pochettino’s streak at the helm of Spurs came to an end in the 2019-20 season. After a series of negative results, the club announced its resignation on November 19, 2019, and announced the following day the signing of the experienced Portuguese coach José Mourinho, after eliminations in the FA Cup and early elimination in the Champions League, the club Accumulate bad results. and with the return of the break, the Spurs finished in sixth place in the Premier League, being out of the Champions League after four seasons.

However, Mourinho’s term lasted only 17 months; he was fired in April 2021 to be replaced by interim head coach Ryan Mason for the remainder of the 2020-21 season. Nuno Espírito Santo was appointed as the new manager for the 2021-22 season on June 30, 2021, but was sacked after only 4 months in charge and replaced by Antonio Conte. During the 21–22 season, Conte guided Spurs to fourth place, back to a Champions League place for the first time in two seasons.

Tottenham Hotspur Home Stadium

On April 3, 2019, the English club inaugurated a new stadium, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with a capacity of 62,062 people, having received 59,315 fans in its premiere match, Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Construction was due to finish in the second half of 2018, at a cost of around £400 million.

In this project, a partnership with the city was entered, which was aimed at the construction of houses, a hotel, a hospital, the renovation of local stations, and various other changes, all financed by the Spurs. This is the largest private stadium in London and is being built under White Hart Lane, Tottenham’s former home. Before the works were finished, the Spurs played their games at Wembley Stadium, in front of 90,000 spectators.

Read Also: Top 10 Biggest Football Stadiums in the World

Tottenham Hotspur Kit

Shirt sponsorship in English football was first adopted by non-league club Kettering Town F.C. in 1976 despite being banned by the FA. The FA soon lifted the ban, and this practice spread to major clubs when sponsored shirts were allowed in non-televised games in 1979, and also in televised games in 1983.

In December 1983, after the club had been listed on the London Stock Exchange. , Holsten became the first commercial sponsor logo to appear on a Spurs jersey. When Thomson was chosen as a kit sponsor in 2002, some Tottenham fans were unhappy because the logo on the shirt was red, the colour of their nearest rival Arsenal.

In 2006, Tottenham Hotspur secured a £34m sponsorship deal with the Mansion.com internet casino group. In July 2010, Spurs announced a two-year shirt sponsorship deal with software infrastructure company Autonomy, worth £20 million.

A month later, they unveiled a £5m deal with leading specialist bank and asset management firm Investec as shirt sponsor of the Champions League and domestic cup competitions for the next two years. Since 2014, AIA has been the main shirt sponsor, initially in a deal worth more than £16 million annually, which increased to £40 to £45 million per year in 2019 in an eight-year deal lasting until 2027.

Here is Tottenham Hotspur 2023/24 Kit, Home, Away, and Third Jersey by Nike.

The Nike Tottenham Hotspur 2023-24 Tee features the club’s most classic colour combination of white and navy. There is no Volt, unlike the kits of the 2022-23 and 2020-21 seasons. The initials “THFC” are placed inside the collar.

What makes the Tottenham Hotspur 23-24 home kit unique is the graphic design. It features a subtle solid graphic design in a variety of shapes including circles, diagonal lines, and squares. The line pattern is inspired by the vibrant music scene and Tottenham streetwear.

Who are Tottenham Hotspur 2023-24 players, Squad?

Have a look.

PlayerPosition
Hugo LlorisGoalkeeper
Fraser ForsterGoalkeeper
Brandon AustinGoalkeeper
Alfie WhitemanGoalkeeper
Emerson RoyalDefender
Eric DierDefender
Cristian RomeroDefender
Ben DaviesDefender
Alfie DorringtonDefender
Oliver SkippMidfielder
Pierre-Emile HøjbjergMidfielder
Ivan PerisicMidfielder
Ryan SessegnonMidfielder
Pape Matar SarrMidfielder
Rodrigo BentancurMidfielder
Yves BissoumaMidfielder
Son Heung-MinForward
RicharlisonForward
Jamie DonleyForward
Dejan KulusevskiMidfielder
Pedro PorroDefender
Guglielmo VicarioGoalkeeper
James MaddisonMidfielder
Destiny UdogieDefender
Giovani Lo CelsoMidfielder
Bryan GilForward
Manor SolomonForward
Ashley PhillipsDefender
Micky van de VenDefender
Alejo VélizForward
Brennan JohnsonForward

Update: 28 Sept 2023

Note:

  • Son Heung-min (Captain)
  • James Maddison and Cristian Romero (Vice-captains)

Who are the Tottenham Hotspur captain and coach?

Son Heung-min is the captain and Ange Postecoglou is the coach.

Tottenham Hotspur captain

Have a look at the profile summary of Tottenham Hotspur’s current captain.

Profile summary

Full NameSon Heung-min
ProfessionFootballer
Date of Birth & Age8 July 1992 (age 31)
Birth PlaceChuncheon, South Korea
Marital StatusIn a relationship
Hometown & CountryChuncheon, South Korea
Height1.84 m 

Tottenham Hotspur Coach

Have a look at the profile summary of the team’s current coach.

Profile summary

  • Name: Ange Postecoglou
  • Date of birth/Age: Aug 27, 1965 (58)
  • Place of birth: Nea Filadelfeia
  • Citizenship: Greece
  • Coaching Licence: N/A
  • Avg. the term as coach: 2.60 Years
  • Preferred formation: 4-2-3-1

Main Rival

Tottenham has their biggest rivalry with North London’s other side, Arsenal, and when they meet they hold the classic North London Derby. The team also has a great rivalry with Chelsea and West Ham United.

Tottenham supporters have rivalries with various clubs, mainly within the London area. The fiercest of these is with North London rivals Arsenal. The rivalry began in 1913 when Arsenal moved from the Manor Ground, Plumstead, to Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, and this rivalry intensified in 1919 when Arsenal was unexpectedly promoted to the First Division, taking a place Tottenham believed should have been theirs.

Tottenham also shares notable rivalries with London clubs Chelsea and West Ham United. The rivalry with Chelsea is secondary in importance to that with Arsenal and began when Tottenham beat Chelsea in the 1967 FA Cup final, the first-ever final in London. West Ham fans view Tottenham as a bitter rival, although the animosity is not reciprocated to the same extent by Tottenham fans.

Tottenham Hotspur world rankings

At #22 in the World Ranking.

Tottenham Hotspur trophies

League competitions

  • First Division / Premier League (Level 1)
    • Winners (2): 1950–51, 1960–61 (D)
  • Second Division / Championship (Level 2)
    • Winners (2): 1919–20, 1949–50

Cup competitions

  • FA Cup:
    • Winners (8): 1900–01, 1920–21, 1960–61 (D), 1961–62, 1966–67, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1990–91
  • League Cup / EFL Cup:
    • Winners (4): 1970–71, 1972–73, 1998–99, 2007–08
  • FA Charity Shield / FA Community Shield:
    • Winners (7): 1921, 1951, 1961, 1962, 1967*, 1981*, 1991* (*shared)

Europe

  • UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup:
    • Winners (1): 1962–63
  • UEFA Cup / Europa League:
    • Winners (2): 1971–72, 1983–84

Tottenham Hotspur 2023/24 Players’ Salary

The highest-earning player in the squad is Heung-Min Son earning £190,000 per week.

Player NameYearly SalaryWeekly salary
Heung-Min Son£9,880,000£190,000
Ivan Perisic£9,360,000£180,000
James Maddison£8,840,000£170,000
Cristian Romero£8,580,000£165,000
Dejan Kulusevski£5,720,000£110,000
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg£5,300,000£101,923
Hugo Lloris£5,200,000£100,000
Richarlison de Andrade£4,680,000£90,000
Eric Dier£4,420,000£85,000
Pedro Porro£4,420,000£85,000
Ben Davies£4,160,000£80,000
Rodrigo Bentancur£3,900,000£75,000
Fraser Forster£3,900,000£75,000
Guglielmo Vicario£3,900,000£75,000
Brennan Johnson£3,640,000£70,000
Giovani Lo Celso£3,640,000£70,000
Manor Solomon£3,120,000£60,000
Yves Bissouma£2,860,000£55,000
Ryan Sessegnon£2,860,000£55,000
Micky van de Ven£2,600,000£50,000
Harry Winks£2,600,000£50,000
Destiny Udogie£2,340,000£45,000
Emerson Royal£2,170,000£41,731
Bryan Gil£2,080,000£40,000
Oliver Skipp£2,080,000£40,000
Alejo Véliz£1,300,000£25,000
Ashley Phillips£780,000£15,000
Pape Sarr£520,000£10,000
Brandon Austin£390,000£7,500
Alfie Whiteman£390,000£7,500

Source: FootballArroyo.co.uk

Muhammad Saleem is an aspiring writer and Admin at Football Arroyo. He is a fabulous Football writer, and a huge football fan. He is also a football fan since childhood and has a keen interest in regional sports events coverage.

Leave a Comment