Spurs announce a further North London derby will be played at new stadium

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have revealed that the new stadium will host a match for its women’s side for the first time in history.

The Tottenham Hotspur women secured promotion to The Barclays FA Women’s Super League last season, which is the equivalent of the Premier League in men’s football.

They will take to the field at the new 62,062 capacity seater stadium on Sunday 17 November where they face Arsenal in the first North London derby of the season.

Full Fixture List

September, 2019

Sun 8 Sep – Chelsea (A) – kick-off 12.30pm – Stamford Bridge – live on BBC red button
Sun 15 Sep – Liverpool (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 29 Sep – West Ham United (A) – kick-off 3pm – Rush Green Stadium

October, 2019

Sun 13 Oct – Manchester United (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 27 Oct – Bristol City (A) – kick-off 3pm – Stoke Gifford Stadium

November, 2019

Sun 17 Nov – Arsenal (H) – kick-off 2pm – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Sun 24 Nov – Everton (A) – kick-off 12.30pm – Walton Hall Park

December, 2019

Sun 1 Dec – Birmingham City (A) – kick-off 2pm – SportNation.bet Stadium
Sun 8 Dec – Brighton & Hove Albion (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 15 Dec – Reading (A) – kick-off 2pm – Adams Park

January, 2020

Sun 5 Jan – Manchester City (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 12 Jan – West Ham United (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 19 Jan – Manchester United (A) – kick-off 12pm – Leigh Sports Village

February, 2020

Sun 2 Feb – Bristol City (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 9 Feb – Arsenal (A) – kick-off 2pm – Meadow Park
Wed 12 Feb – Everton (H) – kick-off 7.30pm – The Hive
Sun 23 Feb – Brighton & Hove Albion (A) – kick-off 2pm – The People’s Pension Stadium

March, 2020

Sun 22 Mar – Birmingham City (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive
Sun 29 Mar – Chelsea (H) – kick-off 2pm – The Hive

April, 2020

Sun 5 Apr – Liverpool (A) – kick-off 2pm – Prenton Park
Sun 26 Apr – Manchester City (A) – kick-off 2pm – City Academy Stadium

May, 2020

Sat 16 May – Reading (H) – kick-off 2pm (TBC) – The Hive

Opinion

It is fantastic to see the club are embracing the women’s game and the fact that the fixture will be played at the Spurs stadium can only help to further grow interest in the team and sport in general following on from the women’s World Cup which has certainly sparked interest among the population.

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