Travel update - City
Our full travel update for Sunday's match against City including details of Victoria Line closure.
White Hart Lane will be served by extra trains for this weekend’s match against Manchester City for approximately two to three hours before and after the game including stopping Hertford East trains additionally. All services shown in the timetable are planned to be formed of eight carriages.
Fans are reminded that kick-off is 1.30pm.
Northumberland Park will be opened for trains (all planned eight carriages) to stop between the times shown below: (please see timetable for full details of stations served and note that Waltham Cross (pre-match), Enfield Lock, Brimsdown and Ponders End will be served hourly as per a normal Sunday service:
Southbound - First train arrives at: 10:27. Last trains arrives at: 13:27.
Northbound - First train arrives at: 10:42. Last trains arrives at: 12:57
Southbound - First train departs at: 15:27. Last trains departs at: 18:10
Northbound - First train departs at: 15:25. Last trains departs at: 18:57
To view the full timetable in pdf format - FOLLOW THIS LINK...
STRATFORD SERVICES – IMPORTANT NOTE
National Express East Anglia services running between Cambridge to Stratford will be diverted to/from Liverpool Street and will therefore not serve Stratford due to Network Rail engineering work.
VICTORIA LINE CLOSURE – THIS WEEKEND
The Victoria Line will be closed between Kings Cross St Pancras and Walthamstow Central this Sunday, August 28, as London Underground continues a full upgrade of the line as part of a multi-billion pound investment programme.
It is recommended that any supporters attending our home match against Manchester City, kick-off 1.30pm, should travel by tube or train to Liverpool Street and catch the frequent National Express services from there to White Hart Lane.
Please note, London Underground tickets will be accepted on National Express services between Liverpool Street to Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale only.
Therefore, fans travelling any further than this (i.e. White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park) will require a valid National Express ticket.
Alternatively, fans should use the Piccadilly Line between central London to Manor House then use the Rail Replacement Bus Service to Seven Sisters station.
This Rail Replacement Bus Service will operate a northbound service from Bus Stop D at Manor House station, and a southbound service from Bus Stop A at Seven Sisters station.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the bus services where London Underground tickets wll be accepted.