Matchday accessibility

There are several modes of transport available to fans looking to travel to White Hart Lane:

 

Train and tube

The nearest stations are White Hart Lane (530m – 3 minutes walk) Northumberland Park (1100 metres and 12 minutes walk) and Seven Sisters (Victoria line on London Underground 2.5km – 20-25 minute walk or 10 minutes via 149, 279 or 349 Bus) Tottenham Hale (Victoria line on London Underground 3km or 30 minute walk or approx 10 minute taxi ride – approx fare £7.)

 

Northumberland Park

Northumberland Park is the most accessible station to the stadium – Trains come from London Liverpool Street/Stratford and Bishops Stortford/Stansted.

    • Staff available for assistance
    • Ramp free access
    • Step free access
    • Height adjusted ticket counters not available
    • Wheelchairs not available
    • Accessible taxis – info on posters
    • Impaired mobility set down/pick up points – No
    • Induction loop
    • Accessible ticket machines

 

Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters – Underground station on the Victoria line.

    • No ramp free access
    • No step free access
    • Height adjusted counter not available
    • Induction loop is available at the Underground booking office

 

White Hart Lane

White Hart Lane - London Overground service trains depart from London Liverpool Street and Chestnut/Enfield Town.

    • Staff available for assistance
    • Step free access - no
    • Accessible taxis – info on posters
    • Adjusted ticket counter available

 

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale – Underground station on the Victoria line and over ground trains depart from Liverpool street and Stansted Airport.

    • Staff available for assistance
    • Step free station from street level to platform
    • Level access for the trains – go to centre of Victoria line platform for level access
    • Unisex accessible toilet (RADAR) on platform 2

 

Additional information

For more information on tube and train travel visit tfl.gov.uk or nationalrail.co.uk/stations or directenquiries.com.

 

Buses

A number of buses (149, 259, and 279, 349) run along Tottenham High Road from Seven Sisters Underground station, stopping directly outside the stadium. The buses are operated by Transport for London and all buses are low floor vehicles (this means they can be lowered to pavement level when the bus stops and the door opens). On most buses the wheelchair ramp is positioned at the exit doors. There is enough room for one wheelchair user on each bus; supporters should be aware that buses can get very congested on matchdays. Most buses run every 4-8 minutes with an approximate journey time of 21 minutes. For more information use the TfL journey planner and input your accessibility needs visit tfl.gov.uk/transport-accessibility.

 

Accessible taxis

An accessible taxi service is available at tfl.gov.uk/modes/taxis-and-minicabs.

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