Tottenham Hotspur are a Premier League football club based in North London and they play their home games at White Hart Lane. Nicknamed the 'Spurs', Tottenham wear white home shirts with dark blue and yellow detailing which are manufactured by Under Armour who overtook Puma as the kit producers from the 2012-13 season. The shirts are sponsored by AIA who signed a sponsorship deal with the club from the 2014-15 season onwards. Spurs' away kit is coloured dark blue with yellow trim.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is a North London team, boys from Hotspur cricket club and from the local grammar school formed the club in 1882. Originally the club was known as Hotspur FC, in 1884 they were renamed Tottenham Hotspur Football and Athletic Club. Tottenham play their home games at White Hart Lane, Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Rd, Tottenham in London.
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Tottenham who are also known by the nickname 'Spurs' from the Hotspurs part of their name play their home games wearing white shirts. Spurs have had their hands on many major trophies and some of those who helped them to their famous double are Danny Blanchflower, Maurice Norman, Dave MacKay, Bobby Smith, Terry Dyson and Bill Nicholson.
Tottenham Hotspurs were the first and only team to win the FA Cup as a non-league club, that was in 1901 when Tottenham were in the Southern League. The home shirts were initially based on Preston North Ends shirts due to their dominance in the late 19th century.