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MARCH 2018


We would just like to say thank you to all of those who attended and participated in An Audience With Clive Allen, in both Auckland and Wellington last month. The events were an overwhelming success, with most recent counts confirming that The Kiwi Spurs have raised over $10,000 for The Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand. This is an incredible achievement, one which we can all be very proud of.

At this juncture, its important that we thank AIA for sponsoring the events. As I mentioned on the night, we simply could not have hosted the night without their support. So now Clive has departed for the UK, I will be raising a glass this evening to AIA and everyone who helped make the event possible.

The events in themselves were fantastic night. Wellington was a great night, and Clive spent almost two hours mingling with supporters after the show. Auckland was equally fantastic, with over 120 people packing out The Paddington, to meet Mr. Allen.

As for Clive, I'm sure we can all agree that we were all impressed with his humble nature, and the time he took to talk to supporters. He thoroughly enjoyed his stay here, and has passed on his gratitude for making him so welcome in our beautiful country.

Congratulations go to Jeremy Farrell, Dave Lay, Martin Barry and Steve Palmer for winning the items at our auction. Thank you for your kind donations.

As for Spurs, since our last communication we've secured passage to the 6th Round of the FA Cup, and secured victories against Crystal Palace and Huddersfield, to leave us fourth in the table, two points behind Liverpool in second place.

While we laboured against Palace, our victory against Huddersfield was relatively straight forward with Heung-Min Son starring in a two goal victory. Son stole the show this morning, with both goals and an absolutely superb all round display to secure the three points, and the Man of the Match bubbly.

That win sets us up nicely for our next home fixture, against the mighty Juventus. While we no doubt have the edge, with our two away goals, Juventus will be stronger this time around and its imperative that we don't rest on our laurels. If Harry can nick an early goal, and we can keep our discipline, we should secure passage to the last eight of Europe's elite competition for the first time, since Peter Crouch's goal disposed of AC Milan in 2011.

We'll see the Auckland Spurs at the Fox this coming Thursday.



One of the benefits of Kiwi Spurs membership is a priority window to access tickets to Wembley. The process is simple and can be read here.

We encourage all members who intend to travel to Wembley to sign up to the One Hotspur membership program with Tottenham Hotspur.

Because our members are spread throughout the country, the concept of having an AGM can be somewhat difficult for all to attend. However, we need to establish a full committee to ensure the smooth running of the Kiwi Spurs. If you would like to help, we would like to build a committee around some fundamental roles. We will send a survey to all our members in the coming months in order to nominate and elect committee members, with a full summary of expectations around teh roles and responsibilities. The roles we require nominations for are as follows:

1. President/Chair

2. Membership Secretary

3. Web Editor

4. Event Secretary

5. Treasurer

If your interested in being involved, contact before the seasons close.


For those that attended An Audience With Clive Allen, photos can now be found here

If you have any photos you wish to submit, fire them over to


Tottenham Hotspur vs. Juventus Champions League Last 16

Thursday, 8th March @ 8.45am

Live at The Fox, 85-87 Customs St West, Auckland, 1010

Swansea vs. Tottenham Hotspur - FA Cup 6th Round

Sunday, 18th March @ 1.15am

Live at The Fox, 85-87 Customs St West, Auckland, 1010

The Dunedin Spurs also meet regularly, if you are in Otago, contact Wayne Facer at for details of forthcoming meets.


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So, for those who use WhatsApp, and haven't already joined click here to join the conversation and get the latest information on meet ups, events and other news from the Kiwi Spurs.

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