About OzSpurs

Australia Spurs (OzSpurs), the Official Australian Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Club, was formed in 2001. Our club was born mainly out of frustration – in those days, it was a rare event to get a live Spurs match on TV in Australia and, when we were on, there was no central place for Spurs fans to meet up. The club got off to a good start as interest in the Premier League grew in Australia, but it wasn’t until the addition of the OzSpurs website in 2002 that the club really took off. We haven’t looked back since.

Supporting Spurs from Australia is far from easy. You have to be committed to even watch the games. Kick offs vary from 9pm to 7am around Australia, with the normal UK 3pm Saturday match kicking off at 2am on the east coast of Australia. However, week after week we see anywhere from 10 to 200 fans at the Spurs pubs in our major chapters: Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth and Sydney.

Membership to OzSpurs only costs $15 – in the 2014/15 season we far eclipsed 1500 paid up members. We know there’s more out there and we are intent on getting every Spurs fan involved in some way. We currently have over 3900 followers on Twitter and over 7500 ‘fans’ on Facebook.

We are very proud of the fact that we often have Spurs fans come to our pubs simply because they know that is where we meet. We love meeting those who have moved to Australia, those who are visiting or those who have lived here all their lives. Many Spurs fans who’ve just moved to the country often find that there is a ready made group of mates down the pub. Our activities are not all centred at the pub – there are many 5 a side OzSpurs teams around the country, and some chapters have hosted family days, BBQs etc. On top of that our website and our Facebook group offer Spurs Fans down under the chance to chat all things Spurs whilst much of the world sleeps.

May 2015 saw a moment that Australia Spurs fans have hoped would happen – Tottenham Hotspur made a long awaited trip down under – over 30 years since their last visit. The end of season friendly against Sydney FC was a dream come true for many.

Australia Spurs has come along way since the first meet ups in the late 1990s, but we are still growing at an amazing rate. The increased support of THFC and sponsors like Under Armour has proven invaluable and we look to continue the collaboration between Spurs and it’s fans all over the world.

If you’re a Spurs fan living in Australia, you only have one option: join our club and get down to your local Spurs pub!

The Committee

Australia Spurs is run by an extremely hard-working committee, who volunteer their time to better our club.

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Hall of Fame

Over the years, many people have contributed to making Australia Spurs what it is today. From those who organised meet ups when Fox Sports and Viewers Choice didn’t exist like it does today, to those who worked tirelessly to enable Spurs fans to get together online and in person. The Australia Spurs committee has worked […]

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Under Armour Road to Glory

In November 2012, Tottenham Hotspur’s major sponsor, Under Armour, announced a worldwide competition, aimed at finding the most passionate Spurs fans in the world. Five Sydney-based Spurs fans saw this challenge and immediately set about to win the competition, and prove that they are indeed the most dedicated and passionate Spurs fans in the world. […]

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The National

The highlight of the OzSpurs year is the Australia Spurs National. Hundreds of fans from around Australia meet over a weekend (normally in April) to talk Spurs, take part in a 5 a side tournament, tour the host city’s pubs and watch a game in an atmosphere more akin to White Hart Lane. The first […]

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As an Official THFC Supporters Club, Australia Spurs is required to present a full financial report each season to the club. Here we are pleased to present the details since we became an official club.

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