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  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT HOSPITALITY 

    FAQS

    Answers to some common questions about Hospitality and Corporate Entertainment at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. 

    Alternatively please contact the Hospitality Team who will be happy to help you with any queries or discuss options around Corporate Hospitality.


    What is the Dress Code in the Executive Lounges?

    In keeping with the standards of dress maintained within Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, we ask all hospitality guests to comply with the dress codes in each of the following hospitality areas:

    Executive Boxes - Please note that the Dress Code is smart casual with smart jeans and trainers permitted along with Club colours (Tottenham Hotspur only) also allowed. The following are examples of what the Club deems unsuitable: denim clothing that is torn or bleached.

    The Goalmouth, Danny Blanchflower Lounge, The Lilywhite Lounge, Pat Jennings Lounge, Number 10 Club and Legends - Please note that the Dress Code is smart casual. Smart jeans, football shirts and training shoes may be worn and the following are examples of what the Club deems unsuitable: shorts, flip-flops, denim clothing that is ripped, torn or bleached. The only exceptions to this Dress Code are children under 12 years of age. Executive Members and their guests must comply with the Club’s Dress Code and failure to do so will result in access to the Executive Lounges being denied.

     

     

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    The Oak Room - Please note that the Dress Code is Business casual (no jeans trainers or football shirts are permitted) and ladies are suitably attired. 

    Other Executive Lounges - Please note that the Dress Code is smart casual. Smart jeans may be worn and the following are examples of what the Club deems unsuitable: football shirts, shorts, flip-flops, denim clothing that is ripped, torn or bleached. The only exceptions to this Dress Code are children under 12 years of age. Executive Members and their guests must comply with the Club’s Dress Code and failure to do so will result in access to the Executive Lounges being denied.

    Can I smoke in the Stadium?

    Please note that smoking is not permitted at White Hart Lane.
      

    Where is my Executive Lounge seat and what are the views of the football match like?

    View seat views - Please note the viewing area you will be seated in will be populated by home fans only and we require that, if you support the visiting team, you moderate your behaviour accordingly. We would also request that all guests conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the fine traditions and reputation of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.