Here’s some information from Arsenal as it’s the first fan-attended match we’ve had.

Supporters visiting Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday are asked to read the following information.

Supporters are encouraged to follow public health guidance when attending this match, including wearing face coverings when indoors or in crowded areas, maintaining good hand hygiene and not attending if you have COVID-19 symptoms.

Code of Conduct

All supporters are asked to read and agree to abide by this Code of Conduct.

Away Supporters’ Entrance

The stadium will open at 6pm.

Visiting supporters are accommodated in Blocks 114-118 located in the North-East corner of the stadium, accessed via Entrances 11.

Please note, this is the opposite corner to the visitors’ section at White Hart Lane stadium.

Visiting supporters should enter the stadium via Worcester Avenue.

Accessible Entrance

The Accessible Entrance for visiting supporters is Entrance 11a. There is an accessible lift adjacent to the away ticket office that will take supporters from street level to the Entrance.

Bag Policy

Visiting supporters are strongly advised not to bring a bag into the stadium. Tottenham’s Bag Policy can be found here.

Supporters with a medical condition that requires bringing a bag or other equipment can request a medical exemption by emailing [email protected].

Cashless Payments

All payments at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are cashless with all major credit and debit card and mobile payments such as Apple Pay and Google Pay accepted.

Flags & Banners

Flags and banners are welcome at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Full details of Tottenham’s Flags & Banners Policy can be found here, including the request to submit flags for pre-approval by emailing [email protected].

Prohibited Items

A comprehensive list of prohibited items can be found here.

Travel Update – (Arsenal 12.5.22)

Fans attending our home Premier League match against Arsenal on Thursday (kick-off 7.45pm) are asked to take note of the following travel information.

We recommend supporters familiarise themselves with TfL’s safer travel guidance, which includes a recommendation to wear a face covering while using the network.


Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a public transport destination and is served by four stations.

Advice on getting to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium can be found here and detailed match specific travel information will be published on the Tottenham Hotspur website on Tuesday.


Tottenham Hale

The new station concourse at Tottenham Hale is now open, providing access to Greater Anglia and London Underground services via a single entrance for which a queuing process will be in place. Work is ongoing on the station interchange between the services.

Tottenham Hale is now a fully accessible station. Access to the Victoria line and interchange between London Underground and Greater Anglia services is now available following the refurbishment of a lift. Greater Anglia platforms are fully accessible from the concourse, which has entry and exit ramps.

Supporters using the Victoria line are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters as it is a shorter walk to and from the stadium.

White Hart Lane

Prior to the match, eight northbound trains per hour from Liverpool Street will call at White Hart Lane. Six southbound trains per hour will call at White Hart Lane, four from Enfield Town and two from Cheshunt.

Post-match, four trains per hour are expected to operate in both directions with northbound services split equally to Enfield Town and Cheshunt. All southbound services will terminate at Liverpool Street.  Two additional services from White Hart Lane to Liverpool Street will depart at 10.06pm and 11.56pm. All trains will be made up of eight carriages.

Supporters should check for cancellations before travelling both before and after the match.

Supporters travelling to Liverpool Street post-match are reminded that Northumberland Park services have similar capacity to those from White Hart Lane and are faster because they have less stops.

White Hart Lane is a fully accessible station.

Northumberland Park

Supporters are advised to use Northumberland Park if using Greater Anglia services as it is a shorter distance to the stadium than Tottenham Hale. Trains from central London will depart from Liverpool Street or Stratford and supporters are advised to check train times before departing.

Prior to the match, 6-7 northbound trains per hour will call at Northumberland Park, split equally from Liverpool Street and Stratford. Up to 10 southbound trains per hour will call at Northumberland Park, including a Stansted Express service.

Post-match, eight northbound and 10 southbound trains per hour will call at Northumberland Park, including all southbound Stansted Express services. Six trains serve Liverpool Street and four serve Stratford. All services will also call at Tottenham Hale.

All train services are shown on www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Seven Sisters

Victoria line services will be operating every two minutes in both directions pre-match and every 2-3 minutes post-match until 11:15pm when the train frequency will then gradually reduce to every 5-6 minutes around midnight.

Pre-match, the Birstall Road diversion route will be in place at Seven Sisters for interchange between the Victoria line and London Overground services to avoid congestion on the northbound platform.

Tottenham Hale station is a shorter walk to and from the stadium than Seven Sisters

Supporters using the Victoria line are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters as it is a shorter walk to and from the stadium.

(Neither is as convenient or as close as Highbury and Islington, Arsenal, Holloway Road, and Finsbury Park are to the Emirates. But that’s to be expected!!)

Queue Management

Queue management systems will be in place at all stations. Supporters are asked to respect and work with staff at our stations.

Last Train Times

  • Northumberland Park to Bishop’s Stortford – 00.13am
  • Northumberland Park to Stratford – 11.11pm
  • Northumberland Park to Liverpool Street – 11.54pm
  • White Hart Lane to Enfield Town – 11.52pm
  • White Hart Lane to Cheshunt – 00.07am
  • White Hart Lane to Liverpool Street – 11.56pm
  • Seven Sisters Victoria line southbound – 00.16am
  • Seven Sisters Victoria line northbound – 00.55am

TFL Buses

Prior to the match the W3 will follow its normal route but the 149, 259, 279 and 349 services will be diverted away from the High Road at least two hours before the game. Supporters are advised to check for delays due to roadworks before travelling.

Post-match, the TfL bus services will return to normal operation as soon as possible after the local road closures are lifted. More information on road closures can be found below.


For supporters wishing to cycle to the stadium, bike stands are available at Tottenham Community Sports Centre and St Francis De Sales School, which are both located on the High Road. Dedicated bicycle parking is also available on-street around the stadium.

Although a Bag Policy still applies, stewards will be briefed regarding cyclists’ need to carry helmets, puncture kits and removable seats into the stadium.

Road Closures

Please note, major event day road closure measures will be in place.


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