Remember, we kick-off at 8pm.
London Overground services via White Hart Lane will run to an increased frequency with additional northbound and southbound services in place up to two hours after the game. All are planned to be formed of eight carriages.
Due to engineering works, rail replacement buses will run with the following departures from White Hart Lane:
23:51 to Enfield Town (all stations)
00:06 to Cheshunt (all stations, and Bush Hill Park additionally)
00:21 to Enfield Town (all stations)
00:36 to Cheshunt (all stations, and Bush Hill Park additionally)
00:52 to Enfield Town (all stations)
All southbound journeys are covered by a train.
To view the White Hart Lane station timetable, CLICK HERE…
All services between Cambridge/Hertford East and Liverpool Street, and Bishop’s Stortford and Stratford will be formed by eight carriages approximately three hours before the game and until the normal close of service and will serve Northumberland Park, except the following services which will be formed by four carriages:
19.30, 23.00 Stratford to Bishop’s Stortford
18.17 Stratford to Hertford East
17.15, 18.15, 21.47 Bishop’s Stortford to Stratford
17.21, 17.51 Cambridge to London Liverpool Street
22.15 Bishop’s Stortford to London Liverpool Street
Additional services will also run (all planned to be eight carriages) as follows:
17.22 Broxbourne - Liverpool Street calling at Cheshunt, Brimsdown, Ponders End, Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and Liverpool Street
17.35, 18.05, 18.35, 19.05 Broxbourne - Liverpool Street calling at Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and Liverpool Street
To view the Northumberland Park station timetable, CLICK HERE…
DON’T MISS WEDNESDAY’S OFFICIAL MATCHDAY PROGRAMME!
Pick up your copy of our official matchday programme at the Chelsea game on Wednesday night.
It’s £3.50 for 100 pages, including...
- Feature interview with Christian Eriksen
- Mauricio Pochettino's exclusive column
- Harry Kane is the 'Centre of Attention'
- Another instalment of ‘The White Hart Lane Years’
- Chelsea legend Graeme Le Saux recalls playing against us
- A look at the Blues’ squad and memories of a 1920 battle between the sides
- A pictorial review of 2016 from a Spurs perspective
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