Tottenham Hotspur

Ground: White Hart Lane
Address: Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
748 High Road
N17 0AP
Phone: 020 8365 5000
Official Web site:

By car:
From North and West: Exit M25 at junction 25 (s/p A10 Enfield, Hertford) and at roundabout turn right (s/p Enfield A10, Central London) onto the A10. Follow Central London A10 signs for 5.1 miles over several sets of lights to Great Cambridge Junction roundabout. Here go straight on (s/p Central London A10). After 0.8 miles, at traffic lights opposite the Best Kebab Takeaway, turn left (s/p Selby Centre) into White Hart Lane. After 0.8 miles, having past the Railway Tavern and White Hart Lane station on right hand side, turn right at T-junction (n/s) into Tottenham High Road. Ground is on left hand side.
Alternative Route From North and West: Exit M25 at junction 25, and at roundabout turn right (s/p Enfield A10, Central London) onto the A10. At lights after 0.1 miles turn left (s/p Freezywater A105) onto the A105. At crossroads after 0.8 miles, by Esso station, go straight on (s/p Enfield Lock A1055). Go straight on, over two crossroads and three roundabouts, for 5.7 miles (following signs to Brimsdown and the Picketts Lock) to 4th roundabout. Here, go straight on (s/p Tottenham, Stamford Hill A1055). After 0.4 miles turn right at traffic light filter (Brantwood Road Industry), over bridge to another roundabout. There's good parking in this area, which is about a mile from the ground. From here to the ground, go straight over roundabout, and turn left at T-junction after 0.6 miles into Tottenham High Road. Ground is on left hand side after 0.4 miles.
From South (M25): Approaching the Dartford Tunnel, keep in left hand lanes (s/p Dagenham A13). Through tunnel and exit M25 after 0.8 miles at junction 31 (s/p Dagenham A13, West London). Turn left at roundabout (s/p London, Rainham, Dagenham A13) onto the A13. Follow signs to London A13 over roundabout and two flyovers, for 10.1 miles, then exit A13 (s/p North Circular Road A406, The North A1 M1). At roundabout turn right (s/p North Circular Road A406, The North A1 M1). Continue on North Circular Road for 9.7 miles, passing Burger King, Courts and then Tesco on LHS, to traffic lights by Nelson Bookmakers (n/s). Here turn right into Montagu Road. At roundabout turn left (s/p Tottenham, Stamford Hill A1055). Then as From Alternative Route from North and West.
From East (M11): Continue on M11 to the end of the motorway, keeping right where the road divides (s/p A406 N. Circ Rd W, London N and W), onto the North Circular Road. Then as From South (it's 4.3 miles to the turning into Montagu Road).

By rail:
Network SouthEast Railway
White Hart Lane Station: From Liverpool Street Enfield Town, Cheshunt, Hertford East.
Northumberland Park Station: From Liverpool Street Cheshunt, Broxbourne, Cambridge, Bishops Stortford. Network South East runs a special matchday service to this station.
Underground Stations.
Manor House (Piccadilly Line) or Seven Sisters (Victoria Line) are both within walking distance. Both stations change to Bus Routes 259, 359 (Sunday only) and 279; also 149 from Seven Sisters.

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.
The ground is also served by other routes, listed below, which run close by:
76 - Northumberland Park to Waterloo/County Hall.
341- Northumberland Park(Tescos) to Waterloo/County Hall, (10 minutes walk from ground).
243 - Holborn/Old Street to Wood Green, (alight at Bruce Grove).
243a - Liverpool Street to Wood Green, (alight at Bruce Grove) (Sundays only).
123 - Ilford to Wood Green, (alight at Bruce Grove).
W3 - Northumberland Park to Finsbury Park, (alight at High Road).
W4 - Ferry Lane Estate to Wood Green, (alight at Bruce Grove).

Trouble Factor:
Generally a very safe ground to visit. Exceptions are local rivals, particularly Arsenal.

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Car Parking:
There are a couple of nearby schools which operate match day car parks. These, unsurprisingly, fill up very quickly.
There is street parking around the ground, but there are thousands of cars fighting for a few spaces, again, get there early or forget it.
It would be better to park some way from the ground and come in on the tube.

There are a lot of pubs on the High Road and most welcome visiting fans.

Plenty of food outlets within a couple of minutes walk from the ground.

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Thanks - have a great visit!


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