UEFA Champions League Final - Live Screening Guide
Spurs v Liverpool, Saturday 1 June (8pm UK)
We look forward to welcoming you to Saturday’s live screening of the UEFA Champions League Final against Liverpool, kick-off 8pm - a chance for you to come together at our new home for one of the biggest occasions in the Club’s history.
Arrive early, locate your seat
The stadium will be open two hours before kick-off (6pm).
We encourage fans to make arrangements to arrive early to leave enough time to clear security and avoid busy transport times.
This includes details of the last trains from our local stations so fans can plan their journey should the match go to extra time and/or penalties.
If you are a Season Ticket Holder or One Hotspur Member, tickets for this event have been loaded onto your Stadium Access Card. For entrance and seat details, please login to e-Ticketing and check your My Account History.
Whether you are a Season Ticket Holder or One Hotspur Member, downloading our new Spurs Official App is the best way of ensuring you have your ticket with you for the live screening.
If you log in with the email address you have registered with the Club or your unique Client Reference Number, your ticket will automatically display when you open the app and be ready to use.
All you then have to do is scan the barcode under the reader at the turnstile and you will gain entry to the stadium.
That way, you are covered if you forget your Stadium Access Card.
If you are a Season Ticket Holder, your seat details are printed on your Access Card. If you are a One Hotspur Member, your seat details will be on the ticket confirmation email you would have received at the point of purchase, so you may need to print and bring with you for reference.
However, if you download the app, your seat details are displayed whether you a Season Ticket Holder or One Hotspur Member - so we strongly recommend you make sure it’s on your phone ahead of visiting.
If you have been issued an e-ticket via email, you must print this at home before you travel to the stadium. You will not be allowed to access the stadium without a printed ticket.
We strongly advise supporters not to bring bags of any type into the stadium. If you do bring a bag you will need to have it searched and it will take longer to enter the stadium. Our Bag Policy only permits certain bags to be brought into the stadium after they have been searched.
The Club is proud to deliver a fully cashless stadium as we aim to provide the best possible fan experience at our new home. No cash will be accepted for any purchase made within the new stadium and its surrounding campus, including the Tottenham Experience.
Fans will be able to purchase a copy of the official UEFA Champions League Final matchday programme for a price of £10 throughout the stadium and at the Spurs Shop at the Tottenham Experience. Remember, if you are pushed for time, you can always order your programme online.
From approximately 7pm fans will be treated to BT Sport’s live coverage of the final, including a special message from a famous face, all the build-up, post-match reaction and the trophy presentation.
Additional big screens will be positioned on the pitch, supplementing our existing giant HD screens in all four corners, to ensure you will have a fantastic view of the action no matter where you are seated.
At 6.30pm, before the live match coverage starts, there will be a screening of the all-new documentary ‘Home Again’.
The film provides an insight into how our new home was built and includes interviews with Daniel Levy, Mauricio Pochettino, Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane.
Food and drink
Our food and drink outlets cater for a wide range of tastes and special dietary requirements - so there is something for everyone. All food and drink outlets will open at 6pm.
For the live screening, the Club has obtained a licence permitting fans to take alcohol to their seats.
We should, however, like to remind fans that this will be a family event for supporters of all ages to enjoy a momentous occasion in the Club’s history - we ask that you are therefore mindful of your alcohol consumption and behaviour and give due consideration to those around you at all times.
Bars and food outlets will close at 10.30pm, with last orders at 10.15pm, ahead of the stadium closing at 11pm. Should the match go to extra-time and penalties, we shall look to extend the opening hours of the stadium and continue to serve food and soft drinks. However, we shall stop serving alcohol at 10.30pm in any event.
As at White Hart Lane, fans are advised not to bring their own food into the stadium due to issues of provenance, safety and rubbish generated. Discretion will be shown by stewards, however, in relation to snacks, in particular children’s snacks. We appreciate this is not a clear-cut policy but allowing discretion means we can be more flexible in your interests.
Drinks of any kind, including water, may not be brought into the stadium in line with all safety advice that relates to major events. This also applies to empty bottles of a certain size with lids that can be filled and thrown.
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, including new facilities at Tottenham Green nearby Seven Sisters station, where we have identified a need.
Public toilets are available at the following locations:
• Chesnut Road
• Haringey Sixth Form College
• 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.
Attending with children or vulnerable adults
The Club has a team of Duty Safeguarding Officers who work alongside the stewarding team, police and paramedics, to advise and support with matters related to fan safety and well being.
We should like to remind fans attending the live screening with a child or vulnerable adult that you are responsible for their care and supervision at all times.
If you witness any form of behaviour that puts a child or vulnerable adult at risk, please report it to a steward who will contact one of our Duty Safeguarding Officer’s immediately to assess the situation.
Fans who act in a way that puts themselves or others at risk of potential significant harm will be subject to a safeguarding assessment, which may include referrals to external support services such as the police or social care.
A Stadium for all - housekeeping in our new home
While we appreciate that fans will rise up at key moments in the match, persistently standing for the whole match or for long periods, along with failing to heed requests from the stewards and fellow fans to be seated, is not acceptable behaviour, notwithstanding it’s against ground regulations.
The Market Place
We should like to remind fans that The Market Place is designed as a family-friendly area for all to enjoy. Please be mindful of our younger fans within the area and modify your behaviour accordingly.
Use of lifts
Stewards may restrict access to lifts to ensure those on our Disability Access Scheme and those with mobility issues have priority. Access to lifts for all other fans will be at the discretion of our stewards should there be available capacity. We thank you for your co-operation with our stewards on this matter.
There have been incidents of smoking in the toilets. Please note there is no smoking or use of e-cigarettes permitted anywhere across the stadium campus.
Help us recycle
The Club is dedicated to minimising the environmental impacts of all our activities. You can help us ensure all waste is recycled by simply choosing the right bin when you dispose of your rubbish. Throughout the concourses, you will find two different bins at each location – one is for General Waste, the other for Dry Mixed Recycling.
We have a new home – the same house rules apply so that we can all enjoy it. Please work with us to ensure we all can.
Make sure you visit the Tottenham Experience to do your pre-match shopping. The Tottenham Experience will be open between 9.00am and 7.30pm. The shop at Paxton Terrace is not open for this event.
Keep your Stadium Access Card
Season Ticket Holders and Members are reminded NOT to dispose of their Stadium Access Cards after the event. The same Access Cards will be required to gain entry to matches at the stadium for at least the next two seasons – you will not be issued another card during the summer.
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Download the Spurs app
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Head to the App Store or Google Play now and download the Spurs Official app. The Spurs Official app really is a must-have for any fan.
Arrive early and read our travel update
We are a Green Travel Plan Stadium. There will be no parking available for general admission fans at the stadium, local road closures and an extended Event Day Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), so we encourage fans not to drive.
Remember your new Stadium Access Card*
DOWNLOAD THE OFFICIAL SPURS APP and your ticket will be available to either use or have as a back-up to your Access Card. You simply scan the barcode at the turnstile reader to gain entry.
Lost or cannot find your access card? Contact our Ticket Office here →
*Some supporters have been issued an e-ticket for this event. If this includes you, please ensure you print your ticket at home and use this method to gain entry.
Bring a form of cashless payment
The Club is proud to deliver a fully cashless stadium as we aim to provide the best possible fan experience at our new home.
No cash will be accepted for any purchase made within the new stadium and its surrounding campus, including the Tottenham Experience.
Please familiarise yourself with our bag policy
We strongly advise supporters not to bring bags of any type into the stadium. If you do bring a bag you will need to have it searched.
Our Bag Policy only permits certain bags to be brought into the stadium after they have been searched.
Please note, laptops are permitted as long as they are placed within a bag that meets the above criteria.
In the unlikely event that we should have to evacuate the stadium, please adhere to the advice given by front line staff and on our public address system.