Travel information for fans attending the NFL game on Sunday

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is highly accessible by public transport:

– It is served by four stations (Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale, Northumberland Park and White Hart Lane) providing access to London Overground, London Underground, Greater Anglia services and numerous TfL buses.

– Free high-capacity shuttle bus services to and from the Piccadilly line at Wood Green station and Great Northern Services at Alexandra Palace station connect the stadium with other stations and services.

There is ample cycle parking around the stadium. Walking routes to and from the stadium to stations and coach parks are all clearly signposted. Stewards will also be on hand to answer any questions.

Industrial action on Saturday 1 October

Due to industrial action on Saturday 1 October, significantly reduced services on all national rail routes are expected. Services on Sunday 2 October will start later and some cancellations may occur before midday.

London Marathon

The London Marathon is taking place on Sunday 2 October with a start time of 9.30am. Central London is expected to be busy with spectators along the route which is close to Liverpool Street station. The station will be busier than a normal Sunday.

Engineering works at Liverpool Street station

A reduced number of platforms will be available at Liverpool Street. Most Greater Anglia services will be diverted to start and finish at Stratford station rather than Liverpool Street.

Reduced escalator service at Seven Sisters station

One of the station’s escalators will not be in operation on Sunday. Fans using the Victoria line are strongly advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters, particularly post-game when access at Seven Sisters will be significantly reduced.

Travelling from and to central London

The Victoria line will be very busy between 11.30am – 8.30pm with trains running every two to three minutes in both directions. If possible, fans are advised to travel from Stratford or Liverpool Street to Northumberland Park station.

Pre-game, eight trains per hour will call at Northumberland Park in both directions – six from and to Stratford and two from and to Liverpool Street. In addition, Stansted Express trains will operate every 30 minutes. All services will call at Tottenham Hale.

Fans travelling through Stratford station should interchange to Greater Anglia services to Northumberland Park rather than travelling via Liverpool Street for a quicker journey.

Post-game, eight trains per hour will call at Northumberland Park – four to Stratford and four to Liverpool Street. Stansted Express trains to Liverpool Street will call at Northumberland Park.

Northbound services from Northumberland Park will operate to Cambridge and Hertford East every 30 minutes. Fans are advised to check train times to avoid long wait times and allow for queueing time at the station.

Large queues can be expected at all four stations. Fans are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters to access the Victoria line.

Planning your journey

Wherever fans are travelling from, particularly if they have never been to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before, we recommend using this detailed travel advice to plan their journey in advance. It includes:

– Recommendations on travelling from all major London stations.
– Timetables for the expanded train services in operation for this event.
– Details of the shuttle bus service to Piccadilly services at Wood Green and Great Northern Services at Alexandra Palace.

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

Queue management

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


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