As a result, services which operate via White Hart Lane will not run south of Seven Sisters and stations between Bethnal Green and Stamford Hill inclusive will be closed.
Services via Northumberland Park will be diverted via Stratford to/from Liverpool Street.
Fans are reminded that kick-off is 4.00pm and due to the level of engineering works and disruption to rail services, they are encouraged to arrive early.
It is recommended that any supporters attending our home match against Norwich City who are not travelling via the Victoria Line or local buses south of Seven Sisters direct their journeys through Northumberland Park.
With no service south of Seven Sisters, there will be operational limitations in place meaning that there will only be four eight-car trains per hour between Seven Sisters and White Hart Lane before and after the game.
Services to/from Enfield Town and Hertford East will operate at normal Sunday frequency, with two trains per hour on each, but have been re-timed - please check the linked timetable.
Northumberland Park will be opened for trains to stop between the times shown below (please see timetable for full details of stations served):
To/from Liverpool Street - three to eight eight-car trains per hour before and after the game.
To/from Cheshunt and beyond - three to six eight-car trains per hour before and after the game
The following home game is scheduled for Sunday 13 May (v Fulham 15.00ko)
To view the full timetable in pdf format - FOLLOW THIS LINK...
Supporters travelling to our Premier League match at White Hart Lane against Blackburn Rovers on Sunday, April 29, should be aware that due to infrastructure renewal work between Bethnal Green and Hackney Downs, this route will be completely closed.