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Travel update - Chelsea

Details of timetables for fans travelling by train to Saturday’s match against Chelsea at White Hart Lane.

Remember, kick-off is 12.45pm.

All services via White Hart Lane will be formed by eight cars approximately three hours before and two hours after the game with additional services also running. An additional service from Hertford East will run leaving there at 09.44 and returning from White Hart Lane at 15.58 (calling at all stations except Silver Street).

Up to six services an hour for approximately three hours before and two hours after the game running between Cambridge/ Hertford East and Liverpool Street, and Bishops Stortford and Stratford will be formed by eight carriages and will serve Northumberland Park.

Here is the timetable in full (PDF)...


The Victoria Line will be closed between Highbury & Islington and Brixton this Saturday, October 20, as part of planned engineering works on London Underground.

It is recommended that any supporters who usually travel by Tube to White Hart Lane, and are attending our home match against Chelsea, kick-off 12.45pm, should use the Piccadilly line to Finsbury Park Station and then change on to the Victoria Line to Seven Sisters.

For more information on this part closure and to obtain the latest public transport advice, please visit, contact London Underground Customer Services by calling 0845 330 9880 or write to: Customer Service Centre, London Underground, 55 Broadway, London SW1H 0BD.


Fans travelling to White Hart Lane for Sunday's match should be aware that there will be waterproofing and concrete repairs being carried out to the A503 New River Bridge, Seven Sisters Road junction with Amhurst Park.

Works to the road began on September 10 and are due to continue until November 30, 2012.

Any supporters who would normally use this road as part of their route to the stadium should, where possible, avoid travelling through this area in order to minimise delay and disruption to their journeys.

Diversionary routes

During the works, the right turn exit from Amhurst Park into Seven Sisters Road in the northbound direction will be temporarily suspended for the safety of the workforce.

The signed main diversion route for traffic intending to turn right from Amhurst Park into Seven Sisters Road, will be:

Via - A107 Amhurst Park eastbound (towards Stamford Hill junction), A10 High Road northbound and back onto A503 Seven Sisters Road.

All bus services using Seven Sisters Road and Amhurst Park will be maintained, however the bus lane between Amhurst Park and Woodberry Grove will be suspended at certain times in order to minimise congestion.


Greater Anglia, working in partnership with the Club, are pleased to announce two special offers for fans who travel by train to watch our home games which will save you money and avoid the ticket office queues by enabling you to buy your ticket in advance.

More information on this offer...