On The Road: Tottenham

By SFC Media time Tue 04 Feb Spurs v Saints
Photo by Matt Watson | Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Joining us on Wednesday night for our FA Cup replay at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium? Check out our away guide before you make the trip…

Club Details

Address: 748 High Road, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
Telephone: 0344 499 5000
Capacity: 62,062
Website: www.tottenhamhotspur.com
Nickname: Spurs
Home kit colours: White shirts, navy shorts, white socks

Away supporters

Away fans will be housed in blocks 113-118 on level 1 and 420-424 on level 4. We had an allocation of 5,690 for the game which has now sold out.

Saints will be playing in their away kit of dark grey shirts with yellow trim, yellow shorts and yellow socks.

Getting there by car


Take the M3 towards London, before joining the M25 (North) towards Heathrow Airport.

At junction 16, use the left two lanes to merge on to the M40 towards Uxbridge/London (West).

Continue on to the A40, then join the North Circular Road/A406. Stay on the A406 until you pass Silver Street station, then turn right on to Fore Street/A1010, which will lead you directly to the stadium.

Car parking


There is no parking available for general admission fans at the stadium. Parking for supporters with a disability is available in and around the stadium, subject to availability.

If you have accessibility requirements and are not registered with Spurs’ Disability Access Scheme, please e-mail [email protected]

However, please note that the car parking spaces for disabled fans will be within a road closure zone, so you will need to arrive early to access these and stay longer before departing.

Some private car parks near to the stadium can charge up to £20 for the privilege, so supporters are advised to use public transport where possible.

Getting there by train

White Hart Lane railway station is only a few minutes’ walk away, served by trains from Liverpool Street, but visiting fans are encouraged to use the Northumberland Park Station beyond the side of the ground where away fans are housed.

The nearest tube station is Seven Sisters, which is on the Victoria Line, but the ground is a good 30-35-minute walk away.

Coach travel

Official coach travel provided by Coliseum Coaches is priced at £22 per person, with season ticket holders getting a discounted price of £10.

Coaches will depart Coliseum Depot at 2pm, St Mary’s at 2.45pm, Eastleigh Bus Station at 3pm, Winchester at 3.15pm and Fleet Services at 3.45pm.

Supporters’ guide


For any further information, consult Tottenham’s 2019/20 Away Supporters’ Guide.

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