One of the marquee EPL fixtures each year, Chelsea vs Spurs is often a key match at any time of the season. Here’s how you can catch this London derby:

Where to find Chelsea vs Spurs

WHO Tottenham vs Chelsea
WHAT English Premier League
WHEN 3:00pm ET / 12:00pm PT • Monday, November 6, 2023
WHERE Peacock Premium
STREAM WATCH NOW

Depending on what competition the two clubs meet in, the platform you’ll find the game varies.

The two sides will meet each season in the Premier League, unless the unthinkable happens and either of the two is relegated. EPL games can be found on TV on the USA Network, NBC, Telemundo, and Universo. Peacock has games that aren’t televised (usually mid-morning Saturday games that share a kickoff time).

Fubo will get you all the channels that show Premier League matches, so it’s a fair bet you’ll be able to watch Chelsea vs Spurs on the service.

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Fubo has a free 7-day trial and will run you $74.99/month after that.

Watch Chelsea vs Tottenham on US TV

ESPN has the English FA Cup and League Cup competitions. Almost all games are exclusive to ESPN+. But sometimes a match will be shown on ESPN or ESPN2 as well.

UEFA Champions League or Europa League games are on CBS/Paramount+. Univision/TUDN/ViX meanwhile is the home for Spanish-language coverage of European competitions.

Streaming offers

Fubo, as noted, is $74.99/month and has a free 7-day trial. The service is similar to traditional cable or satellite TV with many channels, but delivered via streaming

Peacock has exclusive Premier League games, but more often than not Chelsea vs Tottenham would be a match that airs on TV, and not on Peacock.

ESPN+ will run you $10.99/month, or $109.99 annually. You can also get the Disney Bundle – that’s ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu, which is a little more costly but an overall savings vs getting all three services individually.

History of the Chelsea vs Spurs rivalry

Chelsea and Tottenham share the London area (along with, as of 2023-24, five other EPL teams and six more clubs in the Championship, League One, and League Two).

Due to the elite stature of Chelsea and Tottenham, especially in recent decades, matchups between these two are often highlights of the season.

The first time Chelsea and Spurs met was in December 1909 at Stamford Bridge. The Blues took the result 2-1. In the final match of that season, Tottenham got revenge, winning 2-1 at White Hart Lane, which saved them from relegation and sent Chelsea down.

The first major meetup between the two was the 1967 FA Cup Final – the first to be contested between two London-based clubs. Over 100,000 fans were on hand at Wembley to see Spurs win.

In 1975, it was a repeat of their 1910 late-season clash. Spurs won a game that was delayed by fan unrest, sending Chelsea down and saving themselves from relegation.

Since then, the two sides meeting in a relegation scrap is pretty much unheard of.

Chelsea dominated the matchup in the 1990s, at one point going unbeaten for sixteen straight league matches. 2007-2008 saw two big cup clashes. 2007’s FA Cup quarters had Chelsea coming back to win a replay 2-1. Tottenham would get revenge by winning the League Cup Final 2-1 over Chelsea the following year.

Chelsea passed Tottenham in terms of total trophies by beating Spurs in the 2015 League Cup final.

For more info about each club, including schedules and TV listings, check out our Chelsea and Spurs club pages.

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