Spurs v Liverpool - travel information
25 August 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
Travel information and timetables for fans travelling by rail to Saturday’s Premier League match against Liverpool at White Hart Lane.
Remember, we kick-off at 12.30pm.
London Overground services via White Hart Lane station will run to an increased frequency from approximately three hours before and two hours after the game with all services planned to be formed of eight carriages.
All services between Cambridge/Hertford East and Liverpool Street, and Bishop’s Stortford and Stratford, will be formed by eight carriages approximately three hours before and two hours after the game and will serve Northumberland Park.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION – ACCESSING WHITE HART LANE ON MATCHDAYS
To assist our fans at the beginning of the new season we have launched an updated interactive map to illustrate best access routes into the stadium following the removal of sections of the North and East stands, the closure of Paxton Road to general access and the changes to the West Stand Car Park during the close season. Please ensure you read this information if you’re heading to the Lane this weekend – click here.
ADDITIONAL RETAIL POINTS TO PURCHASE YOUR MERCHANDISE ON MATCHDAYS
Supporters are advised that there are now two mobile units selling official merchandise on matchdays, located next to the ticket collection point outside the Tottenham Community Sports Centre.
In addition, there is a new store located opposite the old High Road shop at 737 High Road. Shirt printing is available at this venue.
The Spurs Megastore also remains open as usual.
OFFICIAL MATCHDAY PROGRAMME
Pick up your copy of our official matchday programme at the Liverpool game on Saturday.
As usual, it’s £3.50 for 100 pages, including...
- Feature interview with new signing and last week's match winner, Victor Wanyama
- Mauricio Pochettino’s exclusive column
- Discussing Michel Vorm's attributes in 'Centre of Attention'
- Reflecting on past encounters with Liverpool and a look at their current squad
- Interview with Norwegian author and Spurs fan Jo Nesbø
- Second instalment of ‘The White Hart Lane Years’