Spurs bid farewell to White Hart Lane - in pictures
Club's famous old ground is to be demolished and replaced by a new 60,000 seater arena on land next door
Memories from White Hart Lane as Spurs prepare to move next door to their new home.
Spurs's home White Hart Lane is to be demolished at the end of the season and rebuilt on land next to the current site
Spurs play Oldham Athletic in a fourth round FA Cup tie at White Hart Lane in 1932. In the background is the old Main Stand, designed by Archibald Leitch
White Hart Lane's famous gates, which were removed in 2015 and will be incorporated into the new stadium.
Spurs play Bolton in 1924, when White Hart Lane had a capacity of around 50,000
Ground staff cover the White Hart Lane pitch with hay in 1925 to protect it from frost
Spurs legend Jimmy Greaves on the ball against Leicester in 1968. Tottenham won the double in 1961 and attracted crowds of 70,000. The record attendance of 75,038 was set in 1938
Spurs manager Bill Nicholson with the League Cup in 1971. A former player at Tottenham, Nicholson was in charge at White Hart Lane from 1958 to 1974, during which Spurs won the title, three FA Cups and two League Cups, as well as two European trophies
White Hart Lane has also been a venue for boxing matches. The most infamous was in 1991, when Chris Eubank fought Michael Watson, who later collapsed with a near fatal brain injury.
The famous cockerel that has overlooked White Hart Lane since it was redesigned by Archibald Leitch in the early 20th century
A new generation of players has ensured the final seasons at White Hart Lane have been successful ones. Stars such as Dele Alli have helped Tottenham finish above local rivals Arsenal for the first time in 22 years
Work on the new ground behind the existing stadium is already well underway and although the old site will be demolished after the game against Manchester United, Spurs will only be away from White Hart Lane for one season