Spurs vs United - travel information
29 November 2013|Tottenham Hotspur
Here are the timetables for fans travelling by train to Sunday’s match against Manchester United at White Hart Lane.
Remember, kick off is at 12pm.
Supporters travelling to this Sunday’s match should be aware that there will be engineering works taking place on Greater Anglia’s network meaning that the line through White Hart Lane and between Waltham Cross and Broxbourne will be closed until 10.55am.
Therefore, fans travelling earlier due to the 12noon kick-off may find that part of their journey involves a rail replacement service.
From 10.55am, an intense service is planned at both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park up until kick-off.
The first direct trains to White Hart Lane will be:
10.40am Hertford East to Liverpool Street - arrives Broxbourne 10.58am, Cheshunt 11.03am, White Hart Lane 11.17am.
10.50am Liverpool St to Enfield Town - arrives Seven Sisters 11.03am, White Hart Lane 11.06am.
10.57am Enfield Town to Liverpool St - arrives White Hart Lane 11.07am.
The first trains to Northumberland Park will be:
9.40am Liverpool St to Cambridge - arrives Tottenham Hale 09.58am and Northumberland Park 10.01am.
10.29am Bishops Stortford to Liverpool St - arrives Harlow Town 10.40am, Broxbourne 10.55am, Cheshunt 10.59am, Northumberland Park 11.13am.
All trains at White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park prior to the game are planned to be eight carriages, as are all trains for two to three hours after the game.
After the game there is an increased frequency from White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park towards Liverpool Street (up to six trains per hour).
There are also additional services from White Hart Lane to Enfield Town, Cheshunt, Broxbourne and Hertford East, and from Northumberland Park to Cheshunt, Broxbourne, Harlow Town, Bishops Stortford and Cambridge.
For more information on the engineering works and to obtain the latest transport advice, please visit www.greateranglia.co.uk/travel-information/journey-planning/service-alterations or alternatively, you can follow Greater Anglia on Twitter for other updates.