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Tottenham and West Ham fans violently clash AGAIN this season ahead of Carabao Cup quarter-final

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Tottenham and West Ham fans violently clash AGAIN ahead of Carabao Cup quarter-final with police using batons to separate the two groups of supporters outside Spurs’ stadium – two months after ugly scenes at London Stadium

  • Tottenham and West Ham fans clashed violently again on Wednesday night
  • The two sets of fans converged on Spurs’ ground for their cup quarter-final 
  • Several clips shows the fans fighting on High Road outside Tottenham’s stadium
  • Spurs and West Ham fans clashed in their Premier League game back in October 
  • WARNING: A video in this article contains violent scenes along with Anti-Semitic and strong language which some readers may find disturbing and offensive


Tottenham and West Ham fans violently clashed before their Carabao Cup tie on Wednesday night, with several police officers forced to separate them outside Spurs’ stadium.

The two rivals are facing each other in a London derby with a long history of matchday fighting between the two teams. 

On Wednesday, several clips emerged on social media of fans fighting on High Road that runs alongside Tottenham’s home ground, with one supporter appearing to be knocked out amid the fighting.  

Other footage showed police standing in the middle of High Road with West Ham fans kept to the left-hand side, while officers used batons to keep the two sets of fans apart.

West Ham fans were heard singing the chant ‘Irons’ and ‘Tottenham get battered, everywhere they go’, while some supporters used the Anti-Semitic term ‘yid’ to describe Spurs fans. 

Tottenham and West Ham fans clashed before Wednesday night's Carabao Cup quarter-final

Tottenham and West Ham fans clashed before Wednesday night’s Carabao Cup quarter-final 

Police were seen separating the two group on fans on High Road outside Spurs' stadium

Police were seen separating the two group on fans on High Road outside Spurs’ stadium

Officers detained a supporter amid clashes between fans before the 7.45pm kick-off

Officers detained a supporter amid clashes between fans before the 7.45pm kick-off 

Police managed to keep the situation under control but did use force to separate supporters

Police managed to keep the situation under control but did use force to separate supporters

Warning: The below video contains violent scenes with Anti-Semitic and explicit language which some readers may find disturbing 

The two teams were competing on Wednesday night for a spot in the Carabao Cup semi-finals in early January. Tottenham won on the night 2-1 thanks to goals from Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura. 

Tottenham last won this competition in 2008, while the Hammers have never lifted the League Cup before, though were runners-up in 1966 and 1981. 

The same sets of fans clashed during their Premier League clash at West Ham’s London Stadium in October, with fighting emerging on the concourse after a Tottenham fan kicked down a door separating the two groups. 

Shocking video footage from the October encounter showed the Spurs supporter managing to drift past four stewards guarding the doors and break down the barrier, with both sets of fighting when it was opened. 

The fighting continued as both sets of fans approached the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The fighting continued as both sets of fans approached the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

One fan was'knocked out' in the middle of High Road as the fighting moved into the street

One fan was ‘knocked out’ in the middle of High Road as the fighting moved into the street

Footage on social media showed police standing in the middle of High Road to break up fans

Footage on social media showed police standing in the middle of High Road to break up fans

Police used force (right) to keep fans apart as the two teams' history of violence continues

Police used force (right) to keep fans apart as the two teams’ history of violence continues

Stewards on either side of the door eventually managed to form their own barrier to do their best to keep the fans apart, but supporters on either side threw punches at their rival fans, while plastic cups of beer were also thrown inbetween the doorway. 

After the first time Tottenham fans managed to break down the door, several more Spurs fans attempted to break through the door to fight the Hammers supporters on the other side. 

Tottenham fans were heard singing ‘No noise from the p**** boys’ throughout the incident, while West Ham fans were chanting ‘Irons’ as they faced the prospect of taking on Spurs fans on Sunday afternoon. 

The two clubs are fierce rivals in the Premier League, while Hammers and Spurs fans have a long history of violence during top-flight matches. 

West Ham and Tottenham fans clashed in October of this year after Spurs supporters broke through a door separating the two groups

West Ham and Tottenham fans clashed in October of this year after Spurs supporters broke through a door separating the two groups

After Tottenham fans broke down the door, West Ham fans tried to fight Spurs fans who were trying to get through the doorway

After Tottenham fans broke down the door, West Ham fans tried to fight Spurs fans who were trying to get through the doorway

In November 2015, a 35-year-old West Ham supporter was left hospitalised after being stabbed in the stomach, hundreds of fans from either club had to be restrained by police on horseback before kick off at Tottenham’s White Hart Lane ground.

According to a bystander at the time, a large contingent of West Ham supporters were being shepherded by police into the ground when a group of ‘half a dozen’ attempted to break away and punched a Tottenham fan walking by. 

In November 2018, two Tottenham supporters sitting in West Ham’s London Stadium home end were ejected from the home end were attacked as they were escorted out of the ground.

As they were walking down a flight of steps they were targets of verbal abuse before one supporter threw a drink in their direction. As they continued to walk, video footage shows punches being aimed at them before stewards finally managed to bundle them away from the stands.

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