White Hart Lane
748 High Road
The Club will operate up to four free coaches at every away fixture in the Barclays Premier League, with a minimum of one coach departing from our established pick-up points at Craven Cottage and Motspur Park.
Travel reservations will continue to be made available at the same time as match tickets and places will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis to any supporters who have purchased a ticket for the game. For more information and to book your place please call the Ticket Office on 0843 208 1234. You must pre-book a seat on the coach. We are unable to accommodate supporters that have not pre-booked, due to capacity.
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*The Motspur Park coach will depart from West Barnes Lane, opposite the Earl Beatty pub.
If you’re travelling to White Hart Lane by car, leave the M25 at Junction 25 and take the A10 towards Enfield. Continue on the A10 through Enfield and at the roundabout with the Northern Circular (A406), turn left onto the A406 (Sterling Way). Turn right into Fore Road (the A1010) which becomes the High Road and the ground will be on your left. The postcode for White Hart Lane is N17 0AP.
On-street parking is virtually non-existent around the stadium on matchdays. Some private car parks charge up to £15.
From Liverpool Street, trains run to both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations and take about 20 minutes. White Hart Lane Station is a four-minute walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria Line via Seven Sisters. Northumberland Park Station is eight minutes walk, with regular services to the Victoria Line at Tottenham Hale station. The nearest Undergound station is Seven Sisters and the ground is a 20-minute walk. There are a number of bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. A taxi rank is available at Tottenham Hale Station.
“A brisk walk up the road from Seven Sisters Station and you’ll find White Hart Lane sitting proudly; a modern stadium befitting of the Premier League. There’s a great atmosphere too, and much better when Mr Berbatov handed us a win there last season.
“You can enjoy a beer and a burger at half time, and hope that three points follow. It’s always fun to wind up the home fans by telling them that Arsenal have beaten them to Champions League football when they were pretty sure that they’d done enough by beating us. God bless football.”