Tottenham Hotspur 1982 FA Cup Final Away Shirt

Product code: SPURS82AFACFPCSS

The ONLY licensed reproduction Tottenham Hotspur Football Club official retro football shirt.

Your Score Draw football shirt is quality assured and guaranteed.


Short sleeves

V neck Collar

Spurs Embroidered Badge


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30 - 32

71 - 79


34 - 36

81 - 89


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40 - 42

101 - 109


44 - 46

111 - 117


48 - 50

119 - 127


52 - 54

129 - 137




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41 - 46


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51 - 56


24 - 26

61 - 66


28 - 30

71 - 76




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Spurs began their defence of the FA Cup on January 3rd 1982. FA Cup 3rd Round. White Hart Lane. A North London Derby. Arsenal. 1-0. Garth Crooks. It was Leeds United at The Lane in the 4th Round. 1-0. Garth Crooks. Reigning Football League Division One Champions Aston Villa were drawn to visit N17 in the 5th Round. 1-0. Mark Falco. Goals from Mickey Hazard, Steve Archibald, and Glenn Hoddle dispatched Second Division Chelsea 2-3 at Stamford Bridge in the 6th Round, and a comfortable 2-0 Semi Final win versus Second Division Leicester City at Villa Park, courtesy of Crooks again, and an Ian Wilson own goal saw Spurs back at Wembley where they'd face Second Division QPR in the 101st FA Cup Final.

The Semi Final with Leicester City was to be the last game of the season that Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa would take part in, as Ardiles was already scheduled to join Argentina for a World Cup '82 training camp, and the outbreak of hostilities in The Falklands meant Villa was strategically omitted by Keith Burkinshaw.

At Wembley in The FA Cup Final, QPR Manager Terry Venables, a master tactician, set up to deny Spurs time and space, and it worked, with Terry Fenwick equalising for Queens Park Rangers late into Extra Time after Hoddle had edged Spurs in front. For the second year running, Tottenham would play an FA Cup Final Replay.

On the evening of Thursday 27th May 1982 Glenn Hoddle put Spurs ahead from the penalty spot in the 6th minute, and that was pretty much that, as Terry Venables again had his tactics to stifle Spurs carried out to precision by QPR, and if the young Clive Allen had been available for selection QPR may well have got a result. Nevertheless Spurs had achieved what The Double Winning team had exactly 20 years earlier by winning and then retaining The FA Cup in successive seasons.

Score Draw Official Retro Shirt Match:

Tottenham Hotspur 1 v 0 Queens Park Rangers.

Thursday 27 May 1982.

FA Cup Final Replay. 


Attendance. 90,000.

Tottenham Hotspur: 1.Ray Clemence. 2.Chris Hughton. 3.Paul Miller. 4.Paul Price. 5.Mickey Hazard. 6.Steve Perryman.  7.Graham Roberts. 8.Steve Archibald.  9.Tony Galvin. 10.Glenn Hoddle.  11.Garth Crooks. 12.Garry Brooke.