Public Transport: Stations & Buses

Much of the enhanced public transport infrastructure for the new stadium is already in place. It will be a public transport destination, well served by bus routes and within walking distance of four major rail stations. Supporters and local residents are well-used to travelling to and around Tottenham on event days. However, there will naturally be a 'bedding-in' period for the first few home games as we understand how and when supporters choose to travel and the remaining public transport works are complete. There are more options for supporters so it may take time for them to research and change their travel habits.

 

Before and after matches at the stadium, TfL and the Club will implement specific event day operation plans for Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale, Northumberland Park and White Hart Lane stations. This means temporary barriers being erected outside stations near the end of a game to manage queues and, in some cases, restrict access. 

As before it is the post-game period where queues will be longest at our local stations and whether you arrive by taxi, bus or shuttle bus, there will be one queue for all. 

We would recommend that you check before you travel and avoid the busy post-match period.

 

More information including maps can be found here:

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - Events at the stadium - a guide for local residents and businesses

 

Buses:

When the High Road closes to buses and general traffic on event days from two hours before the start time, during, and up to one hour after the event finishes, it will be necessary to run some bus diversions.

Affected routes include - the 349, the 149, the 259 & the 279.  Please visit tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey for more information and check before you travel. 

Please see the guide for maps and more information about road closures and diversions.

 

Cycling:

Queues after an event will suspend a small stretch of Cycle Superhighway 1. For information please see the guide: Cycling routes

Tubes and train stations:

Facilities to buy tickets and top-up Oyster cards are likely to be very limited on event days. Please purchase tickets or top-up cards before arriving and check tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey before you travel. 

  • Northumberland Park Station: Park Lane will be extremely busy after an event. Signage will direct supporters to a different side of the road depending on whether they are travelling northbound or southbound.

    The queue itself will be managed outside the Spurs Shop, adjacent to the station, with barriers also placed to the north if needed.

  • Seven Sisters Station: After an event, queuing starts on the west side of the High Road (near Pelham Road) and works south along the High Road to Seven Sisters station. To disperse the crowds as quickly as possible, there will be changes to how the station entrances and exits operate. Please look for signs and follow directions from marshals and TfL staff.
  • Tottenham Hale Station: On event days, we are not anticipating a queue at this station, but a queue management plan will be in place for one to form at the station if needed. 
  • White Hart Lane Station: On event days, queues will run down Love Lane and into Whitehall Street, meaning these roads will be closed from one hour before the end of an event to one and a half hours after an event for safety reasons. Currently limited queuing is predicted for those travelling northbound.  

 

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