Tottenham Hotspurs - White Hart Lane
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Address : 748 High Road, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
Telephone : 0181 365 5000
Tickets : 0181 365 5050
Clubcall : 09068 335555Capacity: 36,214 (all seated)
Away Allocation: 2900Fixtures
To see Spurs remaining fixtures Click HEREWhite Hart Lane is in North London and not that easy to get to. Limited parking is available near the ground. DIRECTIONS & PARKINGTo see a map of the ground and surrounding areas click hereBy 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 you will come to the ground on your left. Sharon Genge adds 'if you arrive around midday, you can park at the local schools which are very easy to find. For £5 you can park until 6pm which is ample time to get back to the car after an afternoon match'.By Train For an Interactive London Underground Map click here
The nearest tube station is Seven Sisters which is on the Victoria Line. The ground is about a twenty minute walk away, but there are plenty of buses running up Tottenham High Road to the ground. You can also get a normal train from Seven Sisters to White Hart Lane station, which is nearest to the stadium, being only a few minutes walk away. White Hart Lane Station is served by trains from Liverpool Street, where there is a handy Wetherspoons pub and cornish pasties outlet opposite. Richard Crouch adds 'The best station to get to White Hart Lane from is Northumberland Park. Come out of the station and cross the road and you are in Park Lane. It is a ten minute stroll to the ground'. By Bus
The following bus services frequently pass the ground:
149 Ponders End Garage to Liverpool Street Station.
259 Edmonton Green to King's Cross.
279 Waltham Cross to Holloway.
Click below for a larger map:Thoughts:
Ahhh, the old walk from "Seven Sisters". Unless you drive to nearer the ground, you will be getting out at this tube station. Which on matchday can be quite good fun!. The walk from there to the ground is not only massive, but also can be quite unerving at times. The ground is similar to anfield in the sense of layout and age. The view from the away end is pretty good [see third photo below from upper tier] and the atmosphere can be pretty tasty sometimes. Pub guide and extras
'The Park' right by Northumberland Park station, is a smallish pub which is about ten minutes walk along Park Lane from the away end. Also the Bricklayers Arms (no away colours) and the Antwerp are ok. "The Three Compasses" which is in Queen Street (behind Middlesex University), which is a five minute walk from White Hart Lane Station'.
Inside the ground alcohol is served in the refreshment areas. This is in the form of plastic bottles of Carlsberg at £2.50 per 500ml bottle. But please note that alcohol is not served in the away section at half time.Away Fans:
South Stand Upper Tier: Adults £44
South Stand Lower Tier: Adults £39
Official Programme: £3
One Flew Over Seaman's Head Fanzine - Published 5 times a season £2.
Cock A Doodle Do Fanzine - £2.
My Eyes Have Seen The Glory Fanzine - 60 pages for £2Stadium PlanDisabled Facilities
For details of disabled facilities at the ground please visit the relevant page on the National Association Of Disabled Supporters (NADS) Click HERE
Further information on Tottenham from footballgroundguide.co.uk
and The Football Supporters Federation