The aim of the 1882 movement is to support our team and the shirt they play in. To sing as loud and as long as our lungs will let us. We want to hark back to the days before the Premier League, when how loud you sing and how passionate you became wasn't dependent on how well Tottenham were playing.
We don't claim to be better than other supporters and we're not trying to segregate our fans. We simply want to make noise and get behind the team, which hopefully creates a more enjoyable match-day experience.
The 1882 logo is inspired by the fantastic work of The Spur fanzine from the early 90s. It depicts a spur as would be worn on the heel of a riding boot, similar to what Harry Hotspur would've worn when he rode into battle.