Our Club, Tottenham Hotspur, has recently announced ticketing details for Tottenham Hotspur Women’s historic north London derby against Arsenal Women in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League (WSL). This match will be played at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday 17 November (kick-off 3pm).
It’s the first time Spurs Women will meet their local rivals in the top flight of the women’s game and their first ever appearance at the new stadium.
The Club shall be making this a fun day out for all the family with a number of activations around the stadium on the day, including a Legends signing in the Tottenham Experience ahead of the match.
As a local school to the Club, Tottenham Hotspur Foundation are delighted to offer the parents/guardians of your pupils the chance to apply for up to four free tickets (two Adults and two Juniors) to show their support for Spurs Women at this historic match.
Every school in Haringey and Enfield has been allocated a limited number of tickets and parents must complete an application before 5pm, Tuesday 5 November to be in with a chance to obtain tickets.Please share this link with the parents at your school: application form. If oversubscribed, tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
This is a momentous occasion for the local community, Tottenham Hotspur Women and the growing popularity of the women's game, therefore any tickets applied for should be used to avoid others missing out on this fantastic opportunity.
Once the application deadline has passed, successful applicants will be contacted directly by Tottenham Hotspur via email with instructions how to obtain their tickets.
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6 aside Mixed Football tournament at Edmonton Powerleague on Friday 8th February organised by Tottenham Hotspur.
In difficult weather conditions we won 2 games, lost 2 games and drew one game.
Year 6 have been experimenting with counter balance
Another fantastic sports day at Eldon Primary School. Six hundred KS2 students had the opportunity to take part in a number of different sporting events. The aim was to score as many points as possible at each event.
On Friday 9th February Eldon were invited to the Tottenham Hotspur training ground .There were 40 school teams taking part in a 7 aside football competition. The girls did really well by coming 2nd in their group, unfortunately it wasn't enough for them to qualify for the knock out stage of the competition.
On Monday 25th June Eldon Primary School were invited to the Tottenham Hotspur training ground for a special SEN football event. The children were very lucky to have their warm up session taken by Hacker T Dog.
On Thursday 28th June the year 3 & 4 boys were invited to the Tottenham Hotspur training ground to take part in a football competition.
The boys didn't lose a match but unfortunately it wasn't enough for them to qualify for the knock out stage of the competition. The team that went through won all of their matches and drew with Eldon.
On Tuesday 20th February the Eldon boys football team had a fantastic afternoon winning both Football matches against Edmonton county & St Edmunds primary school.
The girls enjoyed their first home football match against Houndsfield unfortunately the girls lost 3-1 but played really well.
On Tuesday 28th November the Year 3 & 4 children competed in this years Borough gymnastics competition. After coming 2nd in last year's KS1 competition they had a reputation to live up to! It was a very consist performance and the children came 4th out of 22 schools.
Year 6 had the difficult task of competing against Year 7s and 8s. Eldon Primary School achieved 7th place, however, based on our floor, we were in the top two schools.
On Wednesday 8th November Eldon Primary School where kindly invited by Firs Farm Primary School to a girls netball match. After an exciting evening the match finished 3 - 3.
On Friday 17th November the Year 5 and 6 boys and girls took part in Enfield Ignatians Tag Rugby Tournament. There were over 40 schools at the tournament, unfortunately Eldon didn't progress into the later stages.
On Wednesday 1st November 2017 the Eldon football team entered the ESFA football competition. 17 schools in Enfield entered the competition. The Eldon boys played well, but didn't win enough matches to proceed to the later stages.
On Tuesday 19th September the Eldon boys made a great start to their football league season with a 3-1 win over Raglans Primary followed by a great 2-1 win over St Pauls Primary.
After an excellent start the boys then went on to play Firs Farm on Tuesday 10th October where they were very unlucky to lose their first game 4 - 1.
Year 5 children having Play Buddy training with a coach from Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
They are learning about projecting their voices, health and safety, ideas for games and keeping children engaged.