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Tottenham Hotspur Travel

White Hart Lane, Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Rd, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP. Capacity: 36,274

Ticket Info

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

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By Coach

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

By Car

From the North:
From the M1 turn off onto A1 at Junction 2/3. Join the A406 North Circular Road eastbound and continue for 7 miles. At Edmonton traffic lights turn right onto A1010 Fore Street. Continue for 1 mile. White Hart Lane is on the left.

From the South:
From M3 turn onto M25 at Junction 2. Continue for 10 miles until Junction 5. Turn off onto M4 then as route for west.From the East: From M11 turn off onto A406 Junction 4 continue for 6 miles. At the Edmonton traffic lights turn left onto A1010 Fore Street. Continue for 1 mile. White Hart Lane is on the left.

From the West:
Approaching London on M4 turn onto A406 North Circular Road at Junction 1. Continue for 16 miles until reaching Edmonton traffic lights. Then as route for North.

Parking
Parking is restricted with permits within a mile of the stadium so if you do find a spot, make sure your car is parked legally.

By Train

Nearest Station
White Hart Lane (from Liverpool St Station) - five minutes away.

Underground - Seven Sisters (Victoria Line). Take a 20 minute walk up the high road or jump on a 259, 279 or 149 bus.

Check train times and tickets at The Trainline. For more information, call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.

White Hart Lane Photos

White Hart Lane
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Where to Eat?

There are plenty of fast food outlets on Tottenham High Road. The usual football food is available inside the ground along with some Spurs bagels.

Where to Drink?

There are a few pubs on the High Road but be aware, some are moody. Better to drink at Victoria or Liverpool Street stations beforehand.

What's their ground like?

White Hart Lane is situated in one of the worst places of London. However, once you get inside the ground, it's very nice. The stadium is fully enclosed with two tiers going all the way round and rows of executive boxes alongside the pitch.

Two giant screens are located on the roof of each stand behind the goal, showing clips of Spurs' glory days - they don't arf live in the past!

Eagles fans will be between the South and West Stands, with an allocation of 2,900.

What do they sing?

"Oh when the Spurs, go marching in,
Oh when the Spurs go marching in,
I wanna be in that number,
When the Spurs go marching in."

Who do they hate?

Arsenal.

Summary


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