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Supporter advice - Crystal Palace

10 January 2014|Tottenham Hotspur

Supporters travelling to our Premier League match against Crystal Palace are advised that a vigil for Mark Duggan will be taking place outside Tottenham Police Station, which is located between Seven Sisters Underground and Bruce Grove Train Station on the Tottenham High Road, at 2pm on Saturday 11 January.

Fans are advised to allow extra time for their journey in case of delays and should, if possible, seek alternative routes, including alighting at Bruce Grove and White Hart Lane stations instead of Seven Sisters.

The Club will be liaising  directly with the Metropolitan Police throughout the day  in order to provide the most up to date information, including any changes to the road network or walking routes. When and if any routes are affected, supporters are asked to follow the instructions of the Police or Matchday stewards and take diversionary routes as advised.

Once again, as and when information is available, we shall provide updates to supporters including where necessary at half time and prior to the conclusion of the match.

Please also note, as the Club announced in the travel information earlier this week, Northumberland Park Station will be closed due to essential Network Rail engineering works so therefore fans should check their usual routes before they travel. For the latest matchday travel information CLICK HERE...