Away fan guide: Tottenham Hotspur


Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
782 High Road
N17 0BX


Supporters are advised to travel only if in possession of a valid match ticket. No ticket upgrades will be available on match day.

The Everton Fan Center will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday October 15 to accommodate any ticketing enquiries. Please contact 0151 556 1878 for assistance.

Fans who have ticketing problems after this time should report to the outdoor ticket office located on the northeast side of the stadium. (Worcester Avenue). Duplicate tickets will be available from 3:30 p.m. Fans picking up duplicate tickets are strongly advised to bring photo ID.


There will be an Everton Travel Stewards team at the game to help resolve any issues that may arise at the stadium.

For more information on Merseyside Police updates follow @MerPolEFC on Twitter.

Fan Engagement Manager Christine Prior will be available from 1pm until kick-off to help fans with any issues and can be contacted on 07794 055321.


Visiting supporters are housed in Blocks 114-118, located in the northeast corner of the stadium, accessed via Entrance 11.

Tottenham is a fully cashless stadium for increased speed of service and improved hygiene.

Payments can be made using the following methods:
All major contactless debit and credit cards (payout limit is £100)
Mobile and wearable payment, including Apple Pay and Google Pay (this method supports high-value contactless payments)

All fans will be subject to airport-style security checks and baggage searches. We strongly advise fans not to bring bags into the stadium – however, the following bags will be permitted in the stadium after a search:
– Transparent checkout bags with a maximum size of 30cm long x 30cm high (personal bags that do not meet the criteria should not be put inside these bags)
A4 or smaller size personal bags (21cm long x 30cm high)

If you have a medical condition that requires you to bring a bag or other equipment that does not fit in an A4 or smaller size personal bag, please submit a request for a medical exemption certificate using this form at least 72 hours before the game.

Changing tables are located on level 2 of the visitors’ section in the lobby outside block 234.

There are no facilities in the stadium to store pushchairs.

For more information on match days, click here.

Accessible information

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has an accessible entrance for away supporters (entrance 11a). All entrances are serviced by several lifts transporting supporters to the viewing areas.

All accessible washrooms have the following facilities:
– Radar key access
Grab bars near the toilet and sink
Rinse lever fitted
– Full length mirror
Emergency assistance alarm installed at ground level

There are also toilets for changing in the stadium.

For more information on toilets specific to your viewing area, please see the Accessible guide to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Descriptive audio commentary and radio assistance hearing loops are available, Everton will advise Spurs of those in need. At the stadium entrance, Tottenham Hotspur stewards will be able to help you sign for equipment. All equipment must be returned to entrance 11a after the game.

There are food and drink outlets throughout the stadium at all levels. They have accessible meters and induction loop layouts.

Tottenham offers a seating service for fans in seating areas accessible to wheelchair users. This service will also be made available to traveling fans shortly. Stadium catering staff can take food orders, or it can be done through the club app. Please contact Tottenham directly if you have any specific dietary requirements.

Accessible parking: There are 74 accessible parking spaces in the basement of the stadium, all accessible via Worchester Avenue on a match day. Pre-bookable parking is available in the following areas:
– Yellow zone – Located under the north and west stands
White area – Located under the east stand
Gray area – Located under the South Stand

Please note that when parking at the official Tottenham Hotspur Stadium car park, you must arrive at least two hours before kick-off. Also, after the game you will have to wait up to an hour before you can exit. These restrictions are in place due to game day road closures in the surrounding area.

All cars will be checked before entering the car park. Please allow additional time for this process.

For all car parks, please prepare your e-parking ticket for inspection when approaching the stadium as your e-ticket will be scanned on entry.


Please be advised to check all chosen travel routes before traveling for any unforeseen circumstances that may affect your travel plans.

The stadium is served by the following main roads:

From the North: A10/Tottenham High Road, M11; passing Enfield or Chigwell

From the South: A10/Tottenham High Road; via Stoke Newington and central London

From the East: A406; passing Walthamstow

From the West: A406, M25; passing Bounds Green, Muswell Hill and Arnos Grove

Coach parking

Coach parking for visiting supporters is located in Area A on West Road, which can be accessed on this map. West Road is a 15-20 minute walk for able-bodied supporters. Parking on West Road can be reserved here and must be booked before arrival.

Public transport

The Stadium is served by 4 stations.
White Hart Lane (London Overground): approx. five minutes walk from the stadium
– Northumberland Park (Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 10 minutes walk from the stadium
– Tottenham Hale (Victoria line and Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 25 minutes walk from the stadium
– Seven Sisters (Victoria line and London Overground): approx. 30 minutes walk from the stadium

The stadium is well served by TfL buses, although some services are diverted during the road closure period.

Bus hijackings will be minimized, so they will be back on the High Road as soon as possible after the final whistle.

Before and during a match, services that normally run up and down the High Road (149, 259, 279 and 349) are diverted to the east of the stadium at Lansdowne Road, joining the High Road at the Northumberland Park junction.


Anti discrimination: Everton Football Club has a zero tolerance stance on any discriminatory behavior and language used in driving to, from or during the match. We are committed and committed to promoting equality and diversity in everything we do. We take this opportunity to remind supporters of the Club’s ‘All Together Now’ campaign, which was launched to promote a ‘Football Family for Everyone’. We will not stop in our mission to promote equality through the positive power of football.

Possession or use of pyrotechnics: Everton Football Club does not condone the use of pyrotechnics. Any fan caught using them will be prosecuted by the Club and the police. Outdoor clubs use a variety of techniques to detect the possession and use of pyrotechnics. Anyone found in possession of such items is subject to arrest, which could result in a criminal conviction and subsequent football ban.

Antisocial behavior in contests: We ask all fans to consider other supporters at club contests. Any anti-social behavior, such as throwing beer, can result in expulsion from the stadium or, in more serious incidents, arrest and subsequent banning from football.

Please enjoy your game day. We would like to thank you for your continued support in protecting Everton Football Club’s reputation and improving the match experience for all.

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