Spurs Women v Arsenal - info for fans
Spurs v Arsenal - Barclays FA Women's Super League - Sunday 17 November (3pm)
We look forward to welcoming you to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for this Sunday’s historic Barclays FA Women's Super League clash against Arsenal (3pm KO).
This information will help you make the most of your visit.
Turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off (1pm), along with all bars and food outlets. Last orders will be at 6.15pm ahead of the stadium closing at 7pm.
Don't bring a bag
If you do bring a bag, it will need to meet our requirements and you will need to have it searched. Please note prams and buggies are not permitted inside the stadium.
No cash is accepted for any purchase made within the stadium and its surrounding campus, including the Tottenham Experience.
We are open two hours before kick-off. Come early and enjoy our match day entertainment presented by Official Club Partner HSBC UK, avoid busy public transport times and clear security. Please read our guide on attending with children.
Download the app
Download the Spurs Official app as this will help you get the most out of your visit.
How to get here
We strongly encourage fans NOT TO DRIVE and to make use of all public transport options – four local train stations, Shuttle Buses and TfL bus routes.
Latest travel update
Read our travel update for up-to-date travel information for this match.
Key information for fans with access requirements.
Baby changing facilities
We shall be offering baby change facilities within out First Aid rooms located throughout the stadium. Please speak to the nearest steward should you require use of a room.
Your ticket - important info
All attendees will have been sent a Print at Home ticket. Please ensure you print and bring with you to gain entry.
Ticketing within the Spurs Official app and stadium access cards will not be available. Please enter the stadium via the designated entrance number indicated on your ticket.
All supporters who enter the stadium are required to have an individual ticket and seat. For avoidance of doubt, this includes babies in arms.
The Paxton House Ticket Office is open from 11am should you have any ticketing enquiries on the day.
Food and drink
Food outlets throughout the stadium cater for all tastes and dietary requirements with vegetarian and Vegan options available.
Snack Attack! packs will be available to our younger fans, offering a wide range of choice with either a pork hot dog, beef burger or bean burger, along with a freshly prepared fruit bag, soft drink and either chips or vegetable sticks.
Please do not bring your own food or drink, including water into the stadium. Stewards will show discretion for children’s snacks. Water fountains are available throughout the stadium for fans to use. View the full menu for more information.
Meet the players - and get 10% off in store
Those arriving early will get the chance to meet Club legend Ledley King, along with current Tottenham Hotspur Women players Jess Naz and Sophie Mclean, who are taking part in a signing session between 10:30am-12:30pm in the Spurs Shop at the Tottenham Experience.
The largest football club retail store will be open pre and post-match, offering a 10% discount on merchandise for all ticket holders - a great opportunity to get your Christmas shopping done early.
Here is a full list of our Spurs Shop opening and closing times:
Spurs Shop at the Tottenham Experience: 10am-7:30pm
Paxton and Northumberland Park Store: Closed
Retail spaces inside the stadium will be also be available at the locations below:
West Level 1 between 104/105
East Level 1 between 118/119
South Level 2 between 253/254
West Level 5 between 501/502
East Level 5 between 529/530
Proudly supporting Noah's Ark Children's Hospice
We shall be holding a collection in aid of our official charity partner, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, throughout the stadium ahead of the game.
Noah’s Ark provides support for babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families living in North London.
Spurs Women captain, Jenna Schillaci, recently attended the opening of The Ark - a new children’s hospice building for north and central London and Hertsmere. The Ark offers a range of children’s palliative care services including a sensory room, sensory garden, drop-in facility for families to come and meet, overnight stays for children and families and after death care. Each room overlooks the nature reserve and has been designed to create a home like environment rather than feeling like a hospital.
We are delighted to welcome Queenie Dayrit to Sunday’s match, a young Spurs fan benefiting from Noah’s Ark sibling and family services, who will be leading out the teams ahead of the match. Noah’s Ark mascots, Henry and Harriet, will be accompanying our very own Chirpy and Lily for photo opportunities with young fans on our concourses.
Noah’s Ark volunteers will be equipped with contactless devices for those wishing to make a donation, with fans also able to make a voluntary £1 donation to the charity on top of any purchases made in our Spurs Shop at the Tottenham Experience. Please give generously if you are able to and help bring The Ark to life.
For more information on our fantastic charity partner, visit the Noah's Ark website, link below...
As you arrive
Fans will be greeted as they arrive at the stadium by our fantastic Fanbassadors, who will be handing out flags for you to show your colours. Listen out for the steel band playing outside the stadium. We’ll also have face painting and temporary tattoos available for younger fans, with further giveaways including posters and Panini cards.
If you’re bringing a Junior aged 5-10 years to the game this Sunday, why not have a go at our new matchday Treasure Hunt? You’ll find it in the Stadium section of the Spurs Official app.
Take the Treasure Hunt challenge then leave us your email details to enter our free prize draw to win a Spurs goody bag.
In the bowl
The entertainment continues as you take your seats in the bowl ready for the 3pm kick-off, with a live DJ performance as the atmosphere builds. Our incredible football freestylers will be performing pitchside and we’ll have t-shirt cannons firing further giveaways into the crowd.
We would like to thank our new Official Club Partner HSBC UK for providing all of the day's entertainment.
Make sure you keep an eye out on our giant screens – exclusive content will be showing ahead of the match and you might even be making an appearance yourself if you share your pictures with us on social media, using #SpurHerOn or #COYS. You can also upload pictures via the Spurs Official app – download now.
Jill Ellis, the US Women’s National Team’s (USWNT) former World Cup winning coach, will be making a special appearance at half-time to talk about the incredible growth of the Women’s game following her team’s remarkable success in France over the summer.
After the match
If you still can’t get enough of the football action after witnessing what is bound to be a thrilling north London derby, then stick around after the game. We’ll be showing England Men’s final Euro 2020 qualifier against Kosovo (kick-off 5pm) on our TV screens around the concourses.
You don’t need to rush home to avoid missing the match – our bars and food outlets will remain open, so relax and enjoy it with us.
Key information such as standing regulations, the use of lifts and recycling.
If you witness anything that falls outside of our Stadium Policies and goes against our Spurs Respects ethos, you can report it via our Text Service on 07537404821, along with your location (Block/Row/Seat) and the location of the offence (Block/Row/Seat).
Text as follows...
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)
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.