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Spurs v CSKA - a guide for fans

07 December 2016|Tottenham Hotspur

Here is a guide for fans travelling to Wembley Stadium, connected by EE, for our final UEFA Champions League Group F match against CSKA Moscow on Wednesday night.

Tickets available

First of all, a reminder that a limited number of tickets are still available and on general sale for the clash against the Russian champions. Tickets start at £35.

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Please arrive early!

As always, our key message to supporters is to arrive at Wembley as soon as possible.

A late walk-up will see Wembley's security teams at full stretch to get fans to their seats in time for kick-off and with winter now upon us and supporters wearing coats, security checks will take longer.

Remember, kick-off is 7.45pm and that means gates will open at 5.45pm.

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Travel information

To help you get to Wembley, here is our travel information including details of tube, rail and overground stations serving the national stadium, travelling by car and news of maintenance works on the Piccadilly Line.

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A festive fan-fare!

The festive season is upon us and we're celebrating with a brass band playing all your Christmas favourites on Wembley Way from 4.30pm and then in the stadium concourses.

There will be three Fan Hubs (one between 5pm-7.50pm) at the following Gates - D, M/L and N/P.

Our fanbassadors will be in each dome giving away Christmas crowns for kids, temporary tattoos of the Club badge, stickers, mini-flags and team posters.

There will also be giant photo frames for fun pictures - make sure you post your photographs on Twitter and Instagram using #SpursAtWembley and you could find yourselves on the big screens inside the stadium!

Look out for our Spurs Santa roaming the external concourse with mascots Chirpy and Lily, meeting fans and handing out Christmas giveaways.

Once again, our colours will be clear for all to see across Wembley Stadium through an array of fan flags and a surfing banner, as well as on lamp posts and Olympic Way outside the stadium. Feel free to bring your own flags too*!

*Flags and banners permitted in accordance with Wembley’s usual rules and regulations - please refer to ‘guidance to use of flags at Wembley Stadium', see the link below.

Official Club merchandise

Once you get to Wembley, official Club merchandise will be available to purchase from a number of retail outlets including the official Wembley store and kiosks both inside and outside of the stadium.

External stores

Wembley store level B1 (east side of the stadium) 10am-10pm (closed during the match); trailers on Olympic Way 2pm-7.45pm; Rapid retail unit at Turnstile B 3pm-10pm.

Internal Kiosks

Level 1 - Blocks 104/108/116/128/137/141 5.45pm-8.45pm.
Level 2 - Blocks 206/248 5.45-10pm; Blocks 215/238/248 5.45-8.45pm; Bobby Moore Lounge 4.45pm-8.45pm.
Level 5 - Blocks 502/509/517/536/544/551 5.45pm-8.45pm.
Atrium - 4.45pm-8.45pm.
Club Wembley walk in store East 5.45pm-8.45pm.
Club Wembley walk in store West 5.45pm-8.45pm.

Additional travel information

We recommend all supporters visit the official Wembley website for more information about travelling to the stadium. You can also download the stadium mobile App, which provides a dedicated journey planner and live travel information.

Wembley info

Rules and regulations

Wembley Stadium's 'getting here' guide

Stadium map