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Chelsea v Spurs – important travel information for fans heading to Stamford Bridge

25 November 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

Supporters travelling to our away match against Chelsea on Saturday (November 26) are advised that the Piccadilly line is operating a reduced service between Heathrow Airport and Cockfosters while London Underground carry out urgent maintenance across their fleet.

Supporters should allow more time for their journeys before and after the match and avoid changing between the Piccadilly and District lines at Earl’s Court station.

To reach the District line, fans are being advised to use the Victoria line to Victoria or the Central line to Notting Hill Gate. Alternatively, take the Circle or Hammersmith & City lines to Edgware Road and change there for a District line service towards Wimbledon.

To plan your journey, visit tfl.gov.uk

GET THERE EARLY

As previously announced, Chelsea have advised our supporters to arrive as early as possible for the game on Saturday.

Turnstiles will be open two hours before kick-off - 3.30pm - and Chelsea advise that large numbers of supporters arriving late cannot have an expectation of making it into the stadium before kick-off.

Click here to read more.