Matchday information for fans
Spurs v Everton, Sunday 12 May, 3pm
We look forward to welcoming you to Sunday’s final Premier League game of the season against Everton, kick-off 3pm, as we look to seal our place in next season’s Champions League.
This will be a chance for you to welcome home our heroes from Amsterdam, look back on a historic season for both our men’s and women’s teams and give the lads a perfect send-off ahead of next month’s Champions League Final in Madrid.
Turnstiles will open two and a half hours before kick-off (12.30pm).
Show your appreciation
It’s been a memorable season – one that has seen the Club move into its new home and reach the Final of the UEFA Champions League for the first time, with our Women’s team also making history by securing promotion to the Women’s Super League last week.
The achievements of our Women’s team will be the focus of the half-time interval with the squad, led by Manager Karen Hills and Head Coach Juan Amoros, making an appearance.
Our ballboys and ballgirls who have made a fantastic contribution throughout the season will also be awarded with certificates during the interval.
Shortly after the final whistle, we remind fans to remain in their seats as we play our end of season video montage on the big screens.
This will be followed by the presentation of our One Hotspur Player of the Season, our One Hotspur Junior Player of the Season, our Official Supporters’ Club Player of the Season and our Goal of the Season.
The First Team squad and coaches will then take part in a lap of appreciation, thanking fans for their incredible support throughout the season and giving you the chance to applaud the efforts of our players.
Park Lane Square - post-match
To round off the day, we welcome fans to join us on Park Lane Square – the entry level podium located to the south of the stadium.
Here, fans will be able to enjoy pop-up food and drink outlets, a live DJ performance, Spurs Legend appearances and activities for younger fans, including giveaways and the chance to meet mascots Chirpy and Lily.
The post-match event is open to fans located in all areas of the stadium, including Away supporters, until 7.15pm. Fans that are not located in the South Stand will need to access Park Lane Square via the steps or accessible lifts on Park Lane – those located in the South Stand will be able to access the Square via the usual exits.
The stadium itself will also remain open until 7.15pm, with selected bars and food outlets open until 6.45pm (last orders at 6.30pm). Please note, once you have left the stadium, you will not be re-admitted. This includes any fans leaving the stadium to attend the event on Park Lane Square, including South Stand ticket holders.
Please note, our stewards may restrict access to Park Lane Square should the event reach capacity.
Keep your Stadium Access Cards
Season Ticket Holders and Members are reminded NOT to dispose of their Stadium Access Cards following Sunday’s final Premier League game of the season.
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.
We thank you for your co-operation.
Arrive early, locate your seat
We encourage fans to make arrangements to arrive as early as possible ahead of the match to leave enough time to clear security and avoid busy transport times. The stadium will be open from 12.30pm.
The Travel Guide contains useful walking route maps for after the game, including the walk to Tottenham Hale which is shorter than the walk to Seven Sisters.
On arrival at the stadium, the first thing we recommend you do is locate your seat.
Please take note of the block number on your access card, e-ticket or booking confirmation email – the first digit will correspond to the level of the stadium your seat is on. For example, if your block number starts with a 5, this means your seats are on Level 5.
No matter what level of the stadium your seat is on, all general admission spectators will enter the stadium on the Level 1 concourse. You must only enter the stadium via the Entrance indicated on your ticket.
Once you have found your seat, we recommend that you remain in the vicinity in which your seat is located.
We may need to restrict access to areas of the concourse that become extremely busy, such as The Market Place, which could prevent you accessing your seat in time for the start of the game if you have left your area.
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.
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.
You are welcome to take your food and non-alcoholic drink into the bowl and consume before or during the match.
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.
All bars and food outlets will open two-and-a-half hours before kick-off, at the same time as the stadium opens.
Touchline Grills, located throughout the stadium, serve a selection of food options from The Market Place and we shall also have our £5 Pie & Pint or £4 Pie & Soft Drink offers at all Tap Inns for the first hour of the stadium opening.
Last orders at our bars and select food outlets will be at 6.30pm ahead of the stadium closing at 7.15pm.
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.
If you witness any form of anti-social, abusive or discriminatory behaviour, homophobic language, crime, vandalism, violence, persistent standing, the use of smoke bombs or pyrotechnics close to you at any of our matches, please send a text to 07537404821 along with your location (block/row/seat) and the location of the offence (block/row/seat).
Text 07537404821 with - FOUL (language & behaviour); RACISM (racist chanting & shouting); HPH (homophobic chanting); DRINK (drinking alcohol in view of the pitch); SMOKE (smoking in the stadium); STAND (standing up); PYRO (use of or intended use of any pyrotechnic or smoke bomb).
Programmes will be on sale throughout the stadium, selected Tap Inns, Spurs Shops and the following external locations at a price of £3.50:
- Park Lane Square
- Worcester Avenue
- Corner of Park Lane and High Road
- Opposite the Paxton Place Ticket Office
Remember, if you are pushed for time, you can always order your programme online.
The in-stadia retail kiosks are not currently in operation, so make sure you do your shopping either pre or post-match in one of our Spurs Shops at the Tottenham Experience or Paxton Terrace.
Sunday Spurs Shop opening hours:
Tottenham Experience: 10am-7pm
Paxton Terrace: 12.30pm-6pm
The Tottenham Experience located on the High Road is home to the largest retail space of any football club in Europe, utilising the latest retail concepts and technology. The store features a 100-seat auditorium area to host pre-match and post-match experiences, special appearances and promotions for those that arrive early and stay longer.
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Download the Spurs app
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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.
To help fans getting to and from our new home, we are offering two new matchday transport services:
Shuttle Buses: Find out more →
Regional Coaches: Find out more →
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.
Please be reminded that you will not be able to gain entry to the stadium using last season’s Access Cards, so please ensure you bring the right one. DO NOT BRING ANY CARD THAT HAS WEMBLEY ON IT!
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.
Use the correct bin
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.
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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.
Please take note
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.
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.