Spurs v KAA Gent - a guide for fans
22 February 2017|Tottenham Hotspur
We're back at Wembley Stadium, connected by EE, for our Europa League Round of 32 second leg against KAA Gent on Thursday night - here's a guide for fans travelling to the national stadium.
Match sold out
Thanks to our fantastic support, we have once again sold out Wembley.
Fans who have not purchased tickets should not attend the game as all tickets have now been sold.
Please arrive early
We strongly advise supporters to arrive as early as they can on Thursday night. Kick-off is 8.05pm with gates opening at 6.35pm.
A late walk-up would see Wembley's security teams at full stretch to get fans to their seats in time for kick-off and with many supporters likely to be wearing coats, security checks will take longer. Please avoid bringing large bags and rucksacks to the stadium and allow extra time to enter as security checks will NOT be compromised.
Once again, we thank our supporters for their patience and understanding in this matter.
To help you get to Wembley, here is our travel information including details of tube, rail and overground stations serving the national stadium and travelling by car.
Mascots, the band and 'Spot the Ball'!
Don't miss for our 'Spot the Ball' competition with a special European feel! Fans will get the chance to place a square where they think the missing ball should be on a classic UEFA Cup image and therefore be in the running to win a signed shirt and VIP tour of the Lane!
The competition will be outside Gates M/L and N/P. Winners will be notified at half-time.
Our popular roaming band will be on the external concourse between 4.30pm-6pm and look out for mascots Chirpy and Lily, who will be giving away a few Spurs goodies!
'Shop Spurs' at Wembley
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.
- Wembley store level B1 east side of the stadium 10am-11pm (closed during the match)
- 2x Olympic way trailers either side of Olympic way as you exit the train station 2pm-8pm
- 2x rapid retail unit Turnstile B & D outer concourse 3pm-11pm
- Blocks 104/108/116/128/137/141 6.30pm-9.15pm
- Blocks 502/509/544/551 6.30pm-9.15pm
- Blocks 206/248 6.30pm-11pm
- Blocks 215/238 6.30pm-9.15pm
- Bobby Moore Lounge 5pm-9.15pm
- Atrium 5pm-9.15pm
- Club Wembley walk in store East 6.30pm-9.15pm block 218
- Club Wembley walk in store West 6.30pm-9.15pm block 234
Flags and banners
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' in the rules and regulations here...
Additional travel info
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.
We are justly proud of our superb and loyal support at home, away, in Europe and at our historic matches this season at Wembley Stadium. We all have a responsibility to act as ambassadors of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and act as considerate neighbours and visitors to those who live and work in the areas we visit.
If you ever witness any form of anti-social, abusive or discriminatory behaviour, crime, vandalism, violence, the use of smoke bombs or pyrotechnics at any of our matches, please let us know immediately. You can report this via our confidential texting service at any time - the number is 07537 404821.