Five things you need to know if you are travelling to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Five things you need to know if you are travelling to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The Bees play Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday 20 May, 12.30pm kick-off.

Brentford’s final away Premier League fixture for the 2022/23 season will be broadcast live on BT Sport. Here is everything you need to know to ensure you’re ready for your visit.   

Getting to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium  

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the 62,850-capacity home of Tottenham Hotspur. The stadium is located in the Tottenham area of north London and is served by Transport for London.

The local surroundings of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are extremely busy on matchdays. Please plan your route to the stadium in advance and allow more time than usual for your journey. 

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, 

782 High Rd,  


N17 0BX 

Travel and transport 

There is no planned rail disruption on rail services on Saturday 20 May. The nearest TfL overground station to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is White Hart Lane. The station is fully accessible and is approximately a five-minute walk to the stadium.

Northumberland Park and Tottenham Hale stations are within walking distance of the stadium. Greater Anglia services to these stations operate from Liverpool Street Station. Victoria line and London Overground services operate from Seven Sisters station, which is approximately a 30-minute walk to the stadium. The station does not have step-free access. 

The stadium is well-served by Transport for London buses that run as usual across Haringey on matchdays, with the High Road routes subject to diversion due to the road closures. 

Please use the Transport for London journey planner before you set off to the ground.  

Restricted parking at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium  

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club encourage supporters to use public transport when visiting the stadium. There will be some road closures around the stadium on matchdays. General traffic will not be able to access parts of the High Road between White Hart Lane and Lordship Lane/Lansdowne Road from two hours before and up to one hour after the match. 

There is no parking available for general admission fans at the stadium. Please note, the local area is under an Event Day Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), which is in operation on matchdays. You will not be able to park without a permit.

The stadium is a public transport destination and is well-served by bus routes and within walking distance of four train station.

Ticketing information 

Fans who purchased digital tickets will have received an email with links to download your ticket(s). Please remember to download your ticket(s) on your device before the match. In the unlikely event of any issues with digital tickets on the day, please go to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’s Box Office. 

Any duplicate ticket requests must be sent to Tottenham Hotspur by the Brentford FC ticket office. Duplicate tickets must be collected on a matchday from two hours prior to kick-off from Spurs’ away ticket office, which is located on the northeast side of the stadium. Photo identification will be required for tickets to be collected. 

Please contact Brentford’s ticket office with any inquiries ahead of the matchday. 

We would also like to remind fans travelling to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to observe and respect the Family Friendly seating. Anyone who holds a ticket in the Family Friendly seating area is reminded that they should be seated for the duration of the match. 

Premier League/ WSL double-header

You may be aware that Spurs will be hosting their first ever Premier League/WSL double-header on Saturday, with the fixture between Spurs Women and Reading Women following the Men’s fixture at 4.15pm. 

Tickets for the Premier League match are inclusive of the WSL fixture – following the men’s end-of-season awards and lap of appreciation, supporters will be invited to Level 1 and the South Stand where they shall operate unreserved seating.

Brentford supporters are welcome to stay for the WSL fixture, subject to advice from our Safety Team on the day.

As there will be no segregation in place for the WSL match, those Brentford fans wishing to stay in the stadium are advised not to wear their team’s colours.

Your matchday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium  

Bees fans will be situated in blocks 114-118 in the northeast corner of the stadium, which are accessed via entrances 11 and 12. Visiting supporters should approach the stadium via Worcester Avenue.

Clear carrier bags with a maximum size of 30cm long x 30cm high and personal bags of A4 size or smaller (21 cm long x 30cm high) will be permitted.

If you have specific questions for your matchday, you can contact Ask Spurs

Turnstiles open two hours before kick-off and we encourage fans to leave more time than usual to ensure you are in your seats ready to support the team for our final away game of the season.  

Have a safe trip and thank you for your fantastic support at away matches this season! 

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