Which Wembley records could Tottenham break this season?
By Adam Smith
Last Updated: 18/08/17 12:54pm
Tottenham play their first Premier League game at Wembley when they host Chelsea live on Sky Sports this Sunday - but which stadium records could Spurs break this season?
The London club ended 118 years at White Hart Lane in May with a 2-1 win over Manchester United, capped with a rainbow arched over the old stadium as the players embarked on a lap of honour.
Three months on, Spurs begin their temporary residency under Wembley's arch while the development of their new ground is completed.
Mauricio Pochettino guided his side to their highest top-flight finish in 54 years as runners-up in the Premier League last term, with the club undefeated at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham used Wembley for their European fixtures and achieved a club record attendance of 85,011 during their 2-1 defeat to Monaco in September - their sixth defeat out of 10 competitive fixtures at the venue.
So Spurs will be looking to improve their form at the national stadium and familiarise themselves with Wembley's 105m x 68m pitch - 440 square metres bigger than White Hart Lane's 100m x 67m dimensions.
The new Wembley was opened at the 2007 FA Cup final, when Chelsea's Didier Drogba scored a match-winning goal in extra-time to defeat Manchester United 1-0.
A decade later, which Wembley records could Tottenham break this season?
MOST GOALS (COMPETITIVE CLUB FIXTURES, TEAM)
Current Wembley record: 30 (Chelsea)
Tottenham have scored 11 goals during their 10 fixtures at Wembley - that's 19 goals shy of Chelsea, who have scored 30 from 17.
MOST GOALS (PLAYER)
Current Wembley record: 8 (Didier Drogba)
Harry Kane is currently Tottenham's top scorer at Wembley with two goals for Spurs and three for England, followed by Dele Alli with two for club and two for country.
Current Wembley record: Sheffield United 3 - 5 Hull City (2014 FA Cup semi-final)
Tottenham have been involved in two six-goal games at Wembley, losing 5-1 to Chelsea in the 2012 FA Cup semi-final and losing 4-2 to Chelsea at the same stage of the competition last season.
Current Wembley record: 21 seconds (Paul Chow, Whitley Bay, 2010 FA Vase Final)
The current Premier League record is 10 seconds, scored by Ledley King for Tottenham against Bradford City in December 2000.
MOST WINS (COMPETITIVE CLUB FIXTURES, TEAM)
Current Wembley record: 9 (Chelsea)
Tottenham have only recorded two victories at Wembley and will surpass Chelsea for games won at the national stadium if they win eight home fixtures this season.
GAMES PLAYED (COMPETITIVE CLUB FIXTURES, TEAM)
Current Wembley record: 17 (Chelsea)
Tottenham will have made the most appearances at Wembley after eight home fixtures this season, having played 10 competitive fixtures.
Current Wembley record for a football match: 89,874 (Cardiff City v Portsmouth, 2008 FA Cup final)
The stadium holds a maximum capacity of 90,000. Having set a new club record attendance of 85,011 in September, Spurs will need to attract that number and an additional 4,863 fans to break the current stadium record.
Watch Tottenham v Chelsea live on Sky Sports Premier League from 3.30pm on Sunday