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Travelling to Tottenham? Plan your matchday

Our away day guide for Thursday's London derby

30 November 2021

Opponents: Tottenham Hotspur

Date: Thursday 2 December

Kick-off: 7.30pm

Capacity: 62,850

Post code for sat-nav: N17 0BX

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the third-largest football stadium in England and the largest club stadium in London.

When completed in 2019, it replaced Tottenham's original White Hart Lane home which had been in use since 1899. Tottenham's new home covers the site of the now demolished White Hart Lane and areas adjacent to it. The project was first conceived in 2007 and announced in 2008, but the plan was revised several times, and the construction of the stadium, beset by disputes and delays, did not commence until 2015.

The stadium was built in two main phases so that White Hart Lane could still be used during the 2016/17 season while construction was in progress. The first phase involved the building of the northern section of the stadium (including the North, West and East Stands), while the South Stand construction started in the second phase after White Hart Lane had been demolished.

Parts of the old White Hart Lane have been incorporated into the new stadium – crushed aggregate of the concrete foundation of White Hart Lane was mixed in with new concrete to create the floor of the concourse of the new stadium, and bricks from the East Stand were used for the Shelf Bar.

The stadium is designed to be a multi-purpose stadium and features the world's first dividing, retractable football pitch, which reveals a synthetic turf field underneath for NFL London Games, concerts and other events.


The tiers of the stands are set at angles of up to 35 degrees, the maximum permissible in British stadium design.


The stadium is served by the following main roads:

  • From North: A10/Tottenham High Road, M11; passing Enfield or Chigwell
  • From South: A10/Tottenham High Road; passing Stoke Newington and Central London
  • From East: A406; passing Walthamstow
  • From West: A406, M25; passing Bounds Green, Muswell Hill and Arnos Grove

Given the stadium's location in a busy residential area of North London, supporters are strongly advised to use Public Transport to get to the ground. There are no stadium car parks for fans and there is a CPZ in operation around the ground on matchdays. 

Roads immediately around the stadium are often closed or restricted-access on matchdays; Park Lane approaches the stadium from the east, Church Road from the West, and the Tottenham High Road from the north and south.

Click here for a full list of local road closures and parking restrictions


The nearest London Underground station is Seven Sisters (Zone 3, Victoria Line), a 1.5 mile walk away from the ground. At Seven Sisters you can either follow the signs and walk straight up Tottenham High Road, or catch the Overground to White Hart Lane station. Alternatively, you can take a bus directly to the stadium entrance.


From Liverpool Street, you can take the London Overground direct to White Hart Lane station. From there the stadium is a 5-minute walk. Fans should be advised that, given its proximity to the ground, White Hart Lane station is extremely busy before and after matches. 

Fans travelling from Liverpool Street may be advised to take the Abellio Greater Anglia service to Northumberland Park, a 0.6 mile walk, which is quieter on matchdays and also the closest station to the away entrance (details below).

From Kings Cross St. Pancras and Euston, fans can take the Victoria line to Seven Sisters, and follow the directions above.


There are a number of bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. You are recommended to take bus routes 149, 259, 279 349 or W3, which all make stops outside of the stadium. 


Visiting fans are accommodated in Blocks 114-118 located in the North-East corner of the stadium, accessed via Gate 11. Please note, that the closest station to the away section is Northumberland Park. Brentford fans should enter from Worcester Avenue.

Tottenham ask fans to complete the following before making their journey to the ground:

  1. Be ready to present your NHS Covid Pass or proof of a negative PCR or rapid Lateral Flow Test (LFT) taken no more than 48 Hours before kick-off.
  2. Bring a face mask or face covering
  3. Leave your bags at home, unless they meet the bag policy
  4. Bring a form of cashless payment as cash is not accepted anywhere in the stadium


The Elmhurst Arms on Lordship Lane is the designated pub for away fans but Brentford fans may want to congregate more centrally before making the short trip to N17.

Inside the stadium, all bars and food outlets will open three hours before kick-off. A wide selection of beers, soft drinks and food is available, including the world’s first microbrewery based in a stadium

Tickets for this fixture are sold out. Tickets for Sunday's away game against Leeds United are still available at the Box Office only until Thursday 2 December (subject to availability).

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