Thursday, August 04, 1983

Enfield FC

Enfield 1 Tottenham Hotspur 4 - Friendly


Historically, Enfield was a collection of small communities spread around the royal hunting grounds of Enfield Chase. At the time of the Doomsday Book the area was spelt 'Enefelde', and had a priest who almost certainly resided in St. Andrews Church. By 1572 most of the basic street layout had been completed. The village green later became the historic marketplace between the church and where the fountain now stands. A market is still operated in this area, which is owned by the parish charity. Its name most likely came from Anglo-Saxon Ēanafeld or similar, meaning "open land belonging to a man called Ēana" or "open land for lambs".


Southbury Road, Enfield FC

Main Stand





Attendance: 3,056
Programme: 35p

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Other visits to this venue

06 March 1979 - Enfield 1 Bishop's Stortford 0 (AET ) - London Senior Cup, 3rd Round Replay - Attendance: tbc
06 January 1981 - Enfield 3 Port Vale 0 - FA Cup, 3rd Round Replay - Attendance: tbc
04 August 1984 - Enfield 0 Tottenham Hotspur 7 - Friendly - Attendance: tbc
29 March 1986 - Enfield 1 Altrincham 1 - FA Trophy, Semi-Final 1st Leg - Attendance: tbc
29 August 1988 - Enfield 1 Chorley 2 - Conference, National - Attendance: tbc 
14 May 1993 - Enfield 1 tottenham Hotspur 5 - Eddie Bailey Testimonial - Attendance: 2,700

Total visits to Southbury Road =7


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