The 50-year-old, the star of the Three Lion’s Euro 96 campaign, will watch the game on a huge TV screen at Viva Blackpool before hosting a question and answer session.
There will be an auction at half-time, with Gazza giving his analysis of the first half.
He said: “I can’t wait to come back to see my friends in Blackpool and watch the big game with all the fans.”
General manager at Viva Paul Stevens, added: “I love big names coming to Viva, but as a Spurs fan I can’t wait.
"The World Cup with Gazza... It doesn’t get much better.”
* Paul ‘Gazza’ Gascoigne, Viva Blackpool. Tonight, doors 5.30pm.