An Audience With - Spurs Legends

The Brentwood Centre, Brentwood.

An Audience With - Spurs Legends

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Three great names from yesteryear, who earnt their stripes playing for one of the most prolific football clubs in the world - Tottenham Hotspur.

Come and Join Ledley King, Ossie Ardiles and Graham Roberts as these Tottenham Legends grace the stage at Brentwood Live to talk about their brilliant careers at Tottenham Hotspur. They'll be discussing games, dressing room and training ground stories, managers, fallouts and everything you'd like to know about playing for and managing a successful football club!

Want the chance to meet these iconic players 'up close and personal'? Purchase a VIP ticket to join us at an exclusive Meet & Greet and take home a professional photograph with the players. All VIP ticket holders will also enjoy priority seating at the event.


Roberts was a member of the successful Tottenham Hotspur side of the early 1980s, winning two FA Cups and a UEFA Cup in 1984, scoring in the second leg of the final against Anderlecht, and then scoring his penalty as Spurs won the final on a shootout.

Ossie went on to make 311 appearances and score 25 goals between 1978- 1988, helping us reach the final of the 1982 FA Cup (he didn't play in the final) and lift the UEFA Cup in 1984. He's a Spurs Ambassador, and has represented the Club in Asia, Australia and America, and is as popular as ever as a matchday host.

King spent his entire career playing 321 competitive matches for Tottenham Hotspur from 1999 to 2012. Highly rated as a central defender, in 2009 he was named by The Times as Tottenham's 25th best player of all time. From 2002 to 2010, King made 21 international appearances for England, scoring twice and representing the nation at UEFA Euro 2004 and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.