Tottenham Hotspur FC will be moving from the place they have called home since 1899 to a brand new luxury 61,000 seat stadium, and so now is the time to visit before it is demolished!
As with a lot of football grounds, there are no ATM’s in the ground itself and with the concourses only taking cash, be sure to bring some to the game, or use the nearest one outside the Megastore.
Because of the building work, there are no suitable spots for fans to gather and get players autographs at the moment, instead keep your eyes and ears peeled for club announcements as they hold regular signing sessions and meet and greets.
Local Rivals include: Arsenal and West Ham – watch out for the electric atmosphere on these match days.
While parking is normally a nightmare in the stadium (as well as the congestion when trying to leave) you can skip this step and privately rent a resident parking space for the afternoon. The best prices are between 15-30 minute walk away and it means you avoid the traffic when leaving. The best way to find out the spaces available for match day is to book well in advance and go online to search for resident parking rentals on somewhere like “JustPark”.
Pro tip for avoiding the crowds on your way to the match: rather than get the train to White Hart Lane Station (which is a few minutes’ away from the stadium), get the tube to Seven Sisters on the Jubilee Line. There are buses running by the ground to save you the 20-minute walk, but it can be unclear which will and which won’t. What to do? Check out any buses ending in a ‘9’: so take 149, 249, 279 or 349. They’ll be less busy than the train station at peak times, so it might make your journey less stressful!
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