Due to the current stadium building works at the old stadium site, it has been necessary for us to temporarily relocate our pick up and drop off point for our official away coach travel service for the forthcoming 2017/2018 season.
For the away match at Newcastle United on Sunday August 12th, 2017 – coaches will depart from the Lee Valley Leisure Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton, London N9 0AR. The Leisure Centre has ample parking for supporters arriving by personal transport* and is also served by the W8 bus (linking to Edmonton Green Station and Enfield) and Ponders End Railway Station.
(*All supporters parking vehicles do so at their own risk)
The coach will then have an additional pick up point at the TfL bus stop at the rear of Lee Valley Tesco Store - 1 Glover Drive, Upper Edmonton, London N18 3HF – served by bus routes 192, 341 (linking to Tottenham Hale Station and Enfield).
An additional pick up point is also available at Newport Pagnell service station for journeys to the north and at Fleet services for journeys to Southampton and Bournemouth.
Timings will be confirmed at the point of booking, which can be made via our partner at Thomas Cook Sport here or call 01733 224 834 (Lines open: Monday – Friday 08:30 – 19:00 / Saturday 08:30 – 18:00)
Supporters with Access requirements
If you require a personal assistant match ticket and book official travel they MUST travel with you for the match ticket to be valid. Please note all bookings are subject to availability.
Newcastle United £39.00
Huddersfield Town £35.00
Manchester United £35.00
Manchester City £35.00
Swansea City £33.00
AFC Bournemouth £32.00
Stoke City £32.00
West Bromwich Albion £30.00
Terms & Conditions of travel
You are responsible for your behaviour. If at any time we feel that your behaviour is, in the opinion of the travelling stewards or any other Club employee, is unacceptable or likely to cause damage or injury to yourself, Club property or any other individual, we reserve the right to ban you from any further travel with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Examples of (but not exhaustive or limited to) unacceptable behaviour are as follows:
8.1 Foul and abusive language
8.2 Attempting to conceal or consume alcohol
8.3 Being under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances
8.5 Any acts liable or likely to cause damage
8.6 Threatening, disrespectful or violent behaviour
8.7 Theft of Club property
8.8 Not following the instructions of a Club steward
8.9 Entering prohibited areas
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