Tottenham vs Vitesse LIVE: Stream FREE, score, TV channel, team news IMMINENT for Conte's first match – latest updates

ANTONIO CONTE takes charge of Tottenham for the first time tonight as they welcome Vitesse in the Europa Conference League.

There is plenty of work for the Italian to do in North London, with Spurs beaten 1-0 by tonight's opponents last time out in this competition.

  • Kick-off time: 8pm GMT
  • TV channel: BT Sport 2
  • Tottenham XI: To follow
  • Vitesse XI: To follow

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  • Sam Dymond


    Within the past hour, Antonio Conte has arrived at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to take his first look around his surroundings.

    The 52-year-old Italian put pen to paper on an 18-month contract on Tuesday, having been out of a job since departing Serie A champions Inter Milan in May.

  • Sam Dymond


    Will it be a winning start for Antonio Conte in the Spurs hot seat? The bookies certainly think so with the Premier League outfit overwhelming favourites for victory.

    • Spurs win 1/7
    • Draw 5/1
    • Vitesse win 11/1

    Odds from Betfair correct at the time of posting.


    Good evening and welcome to SunSport’s live coverage of the Europa Conference League contest between Tottenham Hotspur and Vitesse Arnhem.

    If a week is a long time in politics, then five days is a gargantuan period at Spurs.

    The full time whistle at the end of their 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United on Saturday evening was met with overwhelming boos amid protests against owner and manager.

    The Spurs fans were revolting and, in the fallout that followed, a furious Daniel Levy bowed to social media meltdowns and sacked head coach Nuno Espirito Santo after less than five months in the role.

    Within 24 hours, there was a new man was in charge. The dissenting voices had been appeased, and all was well again with the White Hart Lane faithful.

    Now back at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, it will be an entirely different mood that welcomes incoming coach Antonio Conte to the club this evening.

    Conte and his staff discovered earlier today that they had been granted work permits in time to reach London and take charge of this match, and will wish to make an immediate impact.

    Because if the Italian is targeting a trophy in his first season back in England, then the Londoners could really do with a win in this new competition against the side that upset them 1-0 in the Netherlands two weeks ago.

    With three games remaining, Spurs sit third in Group G, three points behind leaders Rennes and two points behind their Dutch opponents.

    It’s an eight o’clock kick-off in the capital, and news of Antonio Conte’s first Tottenham team should be announced on the airwaves imminently.

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