|Full name||Tottenham Hotspur Women|
|Nickname(s)||Spurs, The Lilywhites|
|Ground||The Hive Stadium, Edgware|
|Capacity||6,500 (5,419 seated)|
|Head coaches||Karen Hills|
|2019-20||FA WSL, 7th of 12|
Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Women is an English women's football club affiliated with Tottenham Hotspur, that currently plays in the FA WSL. The club gained promotion for the 2019-20 FA WSL season from the FA WSL 2. Tottenham Hotspur currently plays at The Hive Stadium located in Canons Park, on the former site of the Prince Edward Playing Fields in the London Borough of Harrow.
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies F.C. was founded in 1985, under the name Broxbourne Ladies. The first team have won twelve trophies, the most recent being the overall FA Women's Premier League in the 2016-17 season.
In 1985, the club was founded as Broxbourne Ladies by Sue Sharples and Kay Lovelock, following the folding of East Herts College. In the 1991-92 season, permission was obtained to change the name to Tottenham Hotspur. The reserve team started in 1992-93. In the 1996-97 season, the club's teams started playing in the national division. In the 2015-16 season, the club completed a historic double as they won the Ryman's Women's Cup and the FA Women's Premier League Cup. In the same season they finished runners up in the Capital Cup nearly completing a cup treble. The following season was the team's most successful, claiming the quadruple including winning promotion to the WSL 2.
At the start of the 2017-18 campaign, the club made high-profile signings such as former England u20 midfielder Coral-Jade Haines and Wales international forward Sarah Wiltshire. The season saw the team claim their first ever victory over a top flight side, beating Bristol City in their FA Women's League Cup matchup. The club finished their first season in a professional league in seventh place out of ten sides. In March 2018 it was confirmed that the club would apply to remain in the newly re-branded Women's Championship and would compete in the upcoming season. There were several moves in made the lead up to their first season in the newly reformed Championship, this included the return of Welsh international Megan Wynne who played on loan for the club in 2015 as well as the departure of long time players Katie O'Leary and Shannon Moloney who played for the side for five and seven years respectively. The club announced on 26 April 2019, that the team would be renamed to Tottenham Hotspur Women starting with the next season as well as the appointment of Heather Cowan as Head of Women's Football. After a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa on 1 May 2019, Spurs secured a promotion spot to the FA Women's Super League for the first time in their history. Their licence for the top flight was officially confirmed on 10 May 2019.
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies moved home grounds to Cheshunt in 2016, moving from Barrows Farm stadium. However, the alternative first team stadium stayed the same, as Goffs Lane. On 5 June 2019, the club announced that their 2019-20 season home matches will be played at The Hive Stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur Women work closely with the Tottenham Hotspur men's first team, such as when supporting CoppaFeel!, a breast cancer awareness charity, and when promoting the Stonewall (charity) Rainbow Laces campaign.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Tottenham Hotspur Women. has numerous teams; which are listed below: