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Stadium Tours


    Experience a Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour in the company of a Spurs Legend.

    Accompanied by one of our professional tour guides, your Legend will lead you around White Hart Lane taking in behind-the-scenes areas at the Club.

    You will hear fantastic stories of their time at Spurs and following the Tour there will be a Q&A and signing session where you will receive a limited edition postcard.

    • Pitchside including the Technical Area 
    • The Tunnel including the Hall of Fame 
    • The Players' Dressing Room 
    • The Directors' Box 
    • Trophy cabinets and memorabilia which includes close-ups of the FA Cup and Football League Championship Division One
    • Walk through the Hospitality Lounges

    Due to the current building works at White Hart Lane, we are currently unable to offer car parking facilities for visitors attending Stadium Tours. There is, however, plenty of parking available around the stadium on parking meters. We apologise for the inconvenience.

  • Legend Tours Coming Up

    Pat Jennings Legend Tour  

    Tuesday 8 November

    Pat Jennings  

    Still a legendary figure at White Hart Lane where he is considered by many as our greatest ever goalkeeper and, at his peak, was probably the best in the world. Born in Newry, the Northern Ireland international moved to England to join Watford in 1963 where our former captain Ron Burgess was manager. Pat himself was a Spurs player within a year. Blessed with all the key attributes and the perfect physical presence for the role, Pat was also cool under pressure as he played his part in us winning two League Cups, the FA Cup and the UEFA Cup. Won both the Footballer and Player of the Year awards plus a record 119 caps for Northern Ireland.


    Ledley King Legend Tour 

    Wednesday 16 November - SOLD OUT

     Ledley King Legend Tour

    One of the finest defenders of the modern era, Ledley King represented Spurs with distinction throughout his 13-year professional career. One Club man King made his debut in May 1999 away at Liverpool and set the record for the quickest Premier League goal after just 10 seconds in a 3-3 draw away to Bradford City in December 2000. A classy defender who appeared 21 times for England including a Euro 2004, captained Spurs to league Cup glory in 2008 with 2-1 victory of Chelsea at Wembley. Spurs reached the final again in 2009 but lost on penalties. After a career plagued by persistent knee injuries, King retired in July 2012 aged just 31.