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Tottenham Hotspur v Queens Park Rangers Match History 1890 to 2015


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Tottenham Hotspur v Queens Park Rangers Match History 1890 to 2015
Complete match history of games between Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers from 1890 to 2015.
Queens Park Rangers host Tottenham Hotspur at Loftus Road on Saturday 7th March 2015 (KO 15:00) in the 28th round of 2014-15 Premier League matches.

QPR come into the match in 18th place in the Table with 22 points while Spurs are in 7th place with 47 points. This will be the 137th time the two teams have met.

Queens Park Rangers were founded in the same year as Tottenham Hotspur - 1882 - with the merger of two local teams, St Jude's and Christchurch Rangers. Most of their players were based in the Queen's Park district of North-West London and the club had a very nomadic early history moving to over 20 different grounds before settling down at Loftus Road in 1917. The White City Stadium was also home for short periods.

The first meeting between Spurs and QPR came in November 1890 in the second qualifying round of the London Senior Cup and resulted in a 1-1 draw. Spurs won the replay at home 2-1. The Spurs team featured several of the youngsters who founded the club, including Jack Jull and Robert Buckle.

Two friendly matches were played in 1892 & 1893 before the next competitive game in September 1899 in the Southern League. Both teams were also members of the Southern & District Combination League during that 1899-1900 season. Spurs won three of the four matches that season with one match drawn.

The clubs played eight more seasons in the Southern League together and were also members of the Western League from 1900-01 to 1905-06.
Tottenham generally had the upper hand over their West London rivals during this period .

Tottenham Hotspur joined the Football League for season 1908-09 and thereafter matches for the next 40 years against Queens Park Rangers were limited to minor competitions, friendlies and matches played during both World Wars.

The first Football League meeting between the two clubs came in Division Two in October 1948 with Eddie Bailey scoring the only goal at White Hart Lane while the return fixture at Loftus Road ended in a 0-0 draw.

Spurs did the 'double' over Rangers the next season on their way to the Division Two title, winning 3-0 at the Lane with a Bill Nicholson goal and a brace from Les Bennett, while the reverse fixture at Loftus Road was won 2-0 with goals from Eddie Bailey and Les Medley.

As a Third Division club, QPR won the Football League Cup in 1967 beating holders West Bromwich Albion in the first Final held at Wembley Stadium and were also promoted to the Second Division with players like Rodney Marsh, the Morgan twins (Spurs would later sign Roger), Tony Hazell, Mark Lazarus, Mike Keen and former Spurs striker Les Allen. They won promotion again the next season and played their first season in the Top Flight of English Football in 1968-69.

Spurs won the home match that season 3-2 with goals from Phil Beal, Alan Gilzean and David Jenkins. The away fixture at Loftus Road ended in a 1-1 draw with Jimmy Greaves scoring for Spurs. QPR were relegated at the end of the season.

Rangers were back in the First Division for season 1973-74 and in October they beat Spurs in the Football League Cup second round 1-0. The League match at the Lane resulted in a 0-0 draw and QPR won the away game 3-1 with Martin Chivers scoring from the penalty spot for Spurs.

Honours were even the next season with Rangers winning 2-1 at the Lane and Spurs winning 1-0 at Loftus Road - John Duncan scored both of Tottenham's goals. 1975-76 saw QPR finish as First Division runners-up, which was their best ever finish in the Football League.

The first FA Cup meeting between the two clubs came during the 1980-81 season and Spurs drew a third round match at Loftus Road 0-0 but won the replay 3-1 at the lane with goals from Tony Galvin, Glenn Hoddle and Garth Crooks. Spurs would go on to win the FA Cup that season.

The teams met each other again in the FA Cup the very next season but this time it was in the Final at Wembley. Glenn Hoddle put Spurs ahead in extra time only for Terry Fenwick (later to sign with Spurs) to grab the equaliser five minutes from the end.

The replay was held at Wembley five days later and a 6th minute penalty scored by Glenn Hoddle was enough to ensure the silverware would remain in North London. Many neutrals felt that Rangers were hard done by, as they had played very well indeed.

Both Queens Park Rangers and Spurs were founder members of the Premier League, but Rangers only managed to remain for four seasons before being relegated at the end of the 1995-96 season. Honours were even during the eight games played in the competition with both Spurs & QPR winning three games each with two matches drawn.

The fixture at White Hart Lane last season in October was won 3-1 by Spurs. First half goals from Gareth Bale and Rafael van der Vaart saw Spurs go in 2-0 up at half-time. Jay Bothroyd scored a header to put QPR a goal behind after 62 minutes but Gareth Bale's second goal of the game ten minutes later ensured that Tottenham would get all three points.

QPR won the reverse fixture at Loftus Road in April 2012 1-0 with an Adel Taraabt 24th minute goal enough for all three points.

The game at White Hart Lane in September 2012 resulted in a 2-1 win for Spurs. Former Tottenham striker Bobby Zamora gave Rangers the lead after 22 minutes and they went in at half-time 1-0 ahead. Gareth Bale's corner on the hour mark was headed towards goal by Steven Caulker and took a deflection off Alejandro Faurlin and just a minute later Jermain Defoe secured all three points for Spurs by tapping-in a shot from Gareth Bale which had rebounded off the crossbar.

In November 2012, former Spurs manager Harry Redknapp took over at Queens Park Rangers after Mark Hughes had been sacked. The Premier League game at White Hart Lane in January 2013 ended in a goalless draw and QPR were relegated at the end of the season.

QPR were back in the Premier League for 2014-15 and were beaten 4-0 at White Hart Lane in August with goals from Nacer Chadli (2), Eric Dier and Emmanuel Adebayor. Harry Redknapp was replaced as QPR manager by former Sprs development manager Chris Ramsey in February 2015.

Overall, Tottenham Hotspur have won 62 of the 136 matches played so far with Queens Park Rangers winning 34 and the remaining 40 games drawn.





















































They Played for Spurs & Rangers....

Clive Allen (player with both clubs & Spurs asst. manager)
Joe Allen
Les Allen (player with both clubs & QPR manager)
Arthur Archer
Ossie Ardiles (player with both clubs & Spurs manager)
Benoît Assou-Ekotto
Kevin Bond (Assistant manager at both clubs)
Ronnie Boyce (scout with both clubs)
Alan Brazil
Tommy Cable
Tom Carroll
Steven Caulker
Radek Černý
Pascal Chimbonda
Peter Crouch
Chris Day
Frank Drabble
Mark Falco
Terry Fenwick
Les Ferdinand
Mike Flanagan
Theo Foley (QPR reserves coach, Spurs reserves manager)
Gerry Francis (QPR player, manager of both clubs)
Andy Gray
Harry Gilberg
George Graham (QPR coach, Spurs manager)
Allan Harris (coach with both clubs)
Glenn Hoddle (Spurs player & manager, QPR coach)
Steve Hodge
Percy Humphries
Ben Ives (player with both clubs, Spurs scout)
Jermaine Jenas
Stephen Kelly
David Kerslake
Joe Knowles

Link to Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Site
Link to Glory Glory site
Link to QPR dot.org site
Niko Kranjčar
Billy Lane (Spurs player, QPR coach)
Dave McEwan
Danny Maddix
Bert Middlemiss
Roger Morgan
Alan Mullery (Spurs player, QPR manager)
Ryan Nelsen
Tony Parks
Dean Parrett
Chris Ramsey (Spurs development manager, QPR manager)
Charlie Rance
Harry Redknapp (Manager at both clubs)
Rohan Ricketts
Wayne Routledge
Neil Ruddock
Sandro
Frank Saul
Peter Shreeves (QPR coach, Spurs manager)
Andy Sinton
Sleve Slade
Peter Suddaby (Academy director with both clubs)
Adel Taarabt
Erik Thorstvedt
Andros Townsend
Terry Venables (player & manager of both clubs)
Kyle Walker
Paul Walsh
Pat Welton (QPR player, Spurs asst. manager)
Alf Wyman
Clive Wilson
Luke Young
Bobby Zamora
Link to QPR Report Message Board
Link to We Are The Rangers Boys site
Rafael van der Vaart scores during Spurs 3-1 QPR, October 2011
Action from QPR 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur, April 2012
Link to The Fighting Cock Spurs site
Link to Queens Park Rangers Footie Quiz
Link to Tottenham Hotspur Footy Quiz
Queens Park Rangers v Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs Record against Queens Park Rangers
Nacer Chadli scores during Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Queens Park Rangers, August 2014
Last 6 Premier League matches
Premier League Goals & Assists
They Played for Spurs & QPR