Travel information – Spurs v Wolves, including news of rail disruption on Saturday

Stations – Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale is a fully accessible station with access to and between Victoria line and Greater Anglia services. Greater Anglia platforms are fully accessible from the concourse, which has entry and exit ramps.

Due to industrial action, Greater Anglia services to Tottenham Hale will be extremely limited.

Supporters using the Victoria line, including wheelchair users and those with limited mobility, are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters as it is a shorter journey to and from the stadium.

White Hart Lane

London Overground services will operate from 7.30am-6pm on Saturday. All trains will be made up of eight carriages and four trains per hour will operate in each direction, with two from and to Enfield and two from and to Cheshunt.

Post-match, a large queue for southbound services at White Hart Lane station is expected. If the queue extends to the High Road, supporters are advised it will be quicker to walk to Tottenham Hale or Seven Sisters for Victoria line services than wait for a London Overground service.

Extra stewards will be deployed at White Hart Lane to assist supporters post-match.

White Hart Lane is a fully accessible station.

CLICK HERE to view the northbound London Overground timetables…

CLICK HERE to view the southbound London Overground timetables…

Northumberland Park

Northumberland Park station will be closed on Saturday.

Seven Sisters

Due to separate scheduled RMT industrial action on Friday 19th August, Victoria line services will commence at around 8am on Saturday. Supporters are advised to check the Victoria line’s service status before leaving home.

Trains are scheduled to operate every 2-3 minutes in both directions before and after the game though they may be subject to cancellation.

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. Supporters should avoid the interchange because London Overground services arriving from Liverpool Street will be busy due to the limited capacity of alternative Greater Anglia services via Tottenham Hale.

Supporters using the Victoria line, including wheelchair users and those with limited mobility, are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters as it is a shorter journey to and from the stadium.

Queue management

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

TFL buses

The TfL bus services in the Tottenham area are not subject to any industrial action.

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.

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.

Cycling

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

Shuttle buses

Four Great Northern services per hour will be operating in each direction via Alexandra Palace, from where a frequent shuttle bus to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium operates. A shuttle bus service also operates from and to Wood Green on the Piccadilly line.

Free tickets must be booked in advance of travel.

CLICK HERE to book your free place on a shuttle bus…

Road closures

Please note, our major event day road closure measures will be in place – details here…


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