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Anthony Joshua v Oleksandr Usyk - 25 September

Event Details

Date: Saturday 25 September 2021
Stadium Opens: 5pm
Last event finishes: 11pm
Premium area closes: Midnight


We look forward to welcoming fans attending the World Heavyweight Championship fight between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday 25 September, 2021.

Please read the following guide and familiarise yourself with the detail ahead of your visit to the stadium.

Covid entry requirements

There are no Covid related entry requirements for this event, however, fans are reminded to follow government guidance by wearing face masks or coverings when using public transport to and from the stadium (unless exempt) and not to attend the event if they are experiencing Covid symptoms

Attendee Guide

No Re-admission

There is a strict no re-admission policy for this event. Once a fan has entered through the turnstiles, they will not be allowed to re-enter the stadium if they leave the premises.

Attending with Children

Everyone entering the stadium is required to have an individual ticket and seat, including children. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult over 18, for the full duration of their time in the stadium. This is to ensure their wellbeing and safety.

Lost children

If you become separated from your child, please notify the nearest steward immediately, providing as much detail as possible (name, age, appearance, place last seen).

Baby changing

There are several changing facilities within the stadium, situated either inside one of our accessible toilets or one of our medical rooms. Please speak to a steward once inside, for your nearest one.

Push chairs

There are no facilities within the stadium for storing push chairs.

Cashless payments only

We are proud to have a fully cashless stadium for increased speed of service and improved hygiene.

Payments can be made using:

  • All major contactless debit and credit cards  (the payment limit is £45)
  • Mobile and wearable payment, including Apple Pay and Google Pay (this method supports high-value contactless payments)

Bags, Flags & Prohibited Items

We have a restricted bag policy at the Stadium. Any bag must adhere to our guidelines or it will not be permitted into the stadium.

Bags will be checked at an outer cordon as you approach the Entrances.

There will be a ‘no flag' and 'no umbrella' policy for this event. Any flags or umbrellas bought to the event will not be permitted inside the stadium.

We understand that some guests will need to bring bags that do not meet these requirements into the stadium for medical reasons. To do this, an exemption certificate will be required. Please note, if your medication or equipment fits within a A4 sized bag you do not need a medical exemption certificate.

If you require medical equipment that cannot fit in an approved bag, you will need to contact the Tottenham Hotspur customer service team via this form and request a medical exemption certificate.

Accessible entrances

The four dedicated Access entrances are 1, 5, 13 and 17. All entrances are served by lifts for ease of access to their seats.


Lift operators will be asked to prioritise disabled guests, older guests and those who may be pregnant or have temporary injuries.

Accessible toilets

There are 66 accessible toilets in the stadium, found throughout the concourses, hospitality lounges and in the flagship shop, Tottenham Experience, situated on the high road (the shop will close at 5.30pm on the day of the event).

Ambulant accessible toilets are available in each of the public toilets throughout the stadium.

Changing Places

There will be two Changing Places facilities in operation for this event. One in the flagship shop, Tottenham Experience, situated on the high road for use pre-event and one next to block 105 (level 1) in the West Stand.

Deaf and hard of hearing

All seats within the stadium are covered by a radio-based assistive hearing system. The system is designed for supporters who have Telecoil hearing aids, with the ‘T’ setting.

Guests wishing to use this service can sign out a headset from one of our Accessible Entrances (1, 5, 13 or 17). This must be returned to the accessible entrance or a steward on departure.

Hearing loop systems are also fitted at selected catering kiosks and within certain check outs at the flagship shop, Tottenham Experience.

Blind and partially sighted

Audio descriptive commentary is available to supporters via the use of a receiver and headset. Guests wishing to use this service can sign out a headset from one of our Accessible Entrances (1, 5, 13 or 17). This must be returned to the accessible entrance or a steward on departure.

Sensory Suite

Should you need respite, we have a Sensory Suite situated in the North Stand, block 416, and offers a comfortable and calming environment for supporters on the autistic spectrum or with sensory impairment conditions to watch a match. We have recruited specialist Sensory Suite supervisors with experience in both disability and autism awareness to facilitate guests on the day and provide assistance where needed.

At the current time, the Sensory Suite can accommodate a maximum of three customers, including one personal assistant. Due to the limited space, if you are interested in accessing this facility, please contact the access team here.

Assistance animals

The Club welcomes registered assistance animals. There are two dog spending areas on-site, one outside entrance 11 near the North Stand and another in the South Stand. Access to either facility is given on request. 

If you are bringing an assistance animal to the stadium or are interested in accessing the dog spending areas, please contact the access team here.


Anthony Joshua and Matchroom official merchandise will be available at the stadium flagship shop, Tottenham Experience, situated on the High Road on the 23 and 24 September. On the 25 September, merchandise will be on sale in Park Lane Square pre and post-fight, with additional merchandise units available in the West Atrium level 1 and East Atrium levels 1 & 3 for Premium guests.

Respect our neighbours

Please ensure you use one of our many toilets located across the stadium campus before heading home. Should you require use of a toilet after leaving the stadium, the Club has installed public toilet blocks throughout the local area where we have identified a need.

Public toilets are available at the following locations:

  • Chesnut Road
  • Park Lane Close
  • Tariff Road
  • Tottenham Green
  • Whitehall Street
  • Willoughby Lane

As you are arriving at or leaving the stadium, please be considerate to our neighbours. Information on our recycling bins located around the stadium will help ensure you correctly dispose of your waste.