We hope you all are well in these weird times. All of us are adapting to the current circumstances, so we wanted to let you know that we’re planning a few online events to take place in the next month or so.
All our events will be free to join.
To find out how to join us with these (and any new events coming up) – make sure you are registered to our emails. You can sign up here if you haven’t already to stay connected with us.
Our first event is on the 8th April 2020 – ‘Talking Tottenham on a Wednesday Night’. You just need to be a registered member & follow the email instructions. There are a few events you can register for already.
If you would like to make a donation to help us cover the cost of the tech, it would be most appreciated, but it is not necessary in order to take part.
Please do register to both the emails and events – click the links and sign up, we’d love to see you and keep in touch…..
Be safe, and keep well.
Tiffany Rose Bance – February 2020
How long have you supported spurs? Tell us about the first game you saw…
I have been a Spurs fan since I was 7 or 8 when my cousin took me to a game vs West Spam in ’83/’84. It was a replay in the cup and we lost it 2-1! My brother, who was about 10 at the time, trained with the likes of Gary Stevens and Chris Waddle and a few others during the summer and that’s another big reason why I became a Spurs fan. If those players had the time to teach, and to give back to the youngsters then this must be a great club. I have always supported them ever since!
Who is your all-time favourite player? Who is your current favourite?
My all time favourite players are Ledley King and Gary Mabbutt. I would say my current favourite players are Harry Kane, Heung-Min Son, Toby Aldeweireld and our captain Hugo Lloris.
What is your most memorable Spurs-supporting moment?
The best moment has to be the semi final vs Ajax (Away). It showed what it all meant to the whole team – what passion! And of course, seeing Mauricio Pochettino down on his knees.
And finally, why did you join the Proud Lilywhites?
I joined the Proud Lilywhites so that I can interact with fellow fans, as recently I came out as transgender and this is a great way to make new friends.
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With the popularity of our Limited Edition Proud Lilywhites Gamma Ray Pale Ale, which quickly sold out on the Beavertown webpage, we have secured an extra final treat for our supporters in Brighton this weekend!
Although we wont be making an official appearance ourselves, Beavertown Brewery will be providing one last chance for supporters to get their hands on one of the limited Proud Lilywhites cans at Brighton Pride at the following locations this weekend:
Idle Hands (BN1 3XD)
Hartleys (BN2 1EA)
Wine Barrel (BN3 1DB)
Trafalgar Wines (BN1 4EQ)
The Temple Bar (BN1 2AD)
William The Fourth (BN1 1UJ)
Hare and Hounds (BN1 4JF)
Tweet us pictures if you are lucky enough to get one @SpursLGBT
Or send us pictures through our other Social Media pages
And don’t forget, proceeds go to LGBT+ charity Just Like Us
Happy Pride Weekend!