Tottenham Hostspur women’s first team will play their home games at Brisbane Road Stadium, home of Leyton Orient FC, from the start of the 2022/23 season.

The move sees Rehanne Skinner's side take up residency at a venue that has been close to the hearts of Spurs’ supporters over many years.

The club's reserve team utilised the stadium for home games between 2007 and 2009, with a number of Academy matches having also been held there in the intervening time.

Several players have represented both clubs during their careers while more recently, legendary former defender Justin Edinburgh was manager of Leyton Orient until his untimely death in 2019 - his memory lives on with regular pre-season matches held in E10 between the two sides at either men’s first team or Under-23 level for the JE3 Foundation Trophy.

In addition to hosting matches at Brisbane Road Stadium, the club will also continue to play selected WSLfixtures at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when scheduling permits.

The move brings to an end our three-year tenancy at The Hive Stadium, which has hosted Spurs’ women's home fixtures since their first season in the WSL.

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