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Mon 22 April 2019, 09:45|Tottenham Hotspur

Ahead of travelling to Tuesday’s Premier League match against Brighton and Hove Albion, kick-off 7.45pm, please take note of the following:

1. Make use of all four local train stations after the game - if you are travelling south to Liverpool Street after the game, it is quicker to walk to Northumberland Park or Tottenham Hale than Seven Sisters, plus there are more trains and the journey is quicker than from White Hart Lane. The National Rail Journey Planner has up to date matchday timetables.

2. If you are using the Victoria line, Tottenham Hale is a quicker walk to/from the stadium than Seven Sisters.  The Victoria line will operate a normal weeknight service at 36 trains per hour each way, before the match, and 27 trains per hour, at one train every two minutes, after the match.

3. After the game, there will be a number of southbound Overground services from White Hart Lane that terminate before reaching London Liverpool Street station. Please board those trains at White Hart Lane and then change for a connecting train to Liverpool Street at Seven Sisters.

4. The new regional coach services from a selection of fan heartlands will be in operation - journey prices start from £12. If you just wish to use this service to get home after a game, one-way journeys can also be booked. Book online now.

5. There is a shuttle bus service serving Alexandra Palace (Great Northern Services) and Wood Green (Piccadilly line) stations. Book online now.

6. All the four local stations, White Hart Lane, Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters, have new queuing arrangements after matches. Follow the link for details.

Queuing operations will take time to get used to - we need you to work with us and listen carefully for announcements at stations.

Station improvements are still on-going and queues will become shorter once works are complete later in the year.

In the meantime, please respect our stewards, police and station staff - they are there to help you get home safely.

Abellio Greater Anglia has provided a further summary of their regional services as follows:

• A normal matchday weeknight service will run with selected services from Liverpool Street, Stratford, Hertford East, Bishop's Stortford and Cambridge stopping additionally at Northumberland Park station from 17:00 until 19:30.

• Train frequencies are strengthened from 21:30 with services to Liverpool Street, Stratford, Hertford East, Bishop’s Stortford and Cambridge, stopping additionally at Northumberland Park.
• Last departures from Northumberland Park are as follows: Liverpool Street - 00:18; Cambridge - 23:43; Hertford East - 23:58; Bishop's Stortford - 00:13.
• Longer trains will also operate from Liverpool Street and Stratford to Southend Victoria/Colchester and stations beyond.

View the full Abellio Greater Anglia timetable…

Timetable from Liverpool Street to Northumberland Park/White Hart Lane

Supporters travelling to the match against Brighton via Liverpool Street station are advised that a queuing system will be in place at peak times between 5pm-7pm. Greater Anglia advise fans to wait on the concourse until platform numbers are announced. Fans should use all available trains to travel to Tottenham Hotspur. 

London Overground timetable:

Visit our stadium web pages for full details on all matchday transport options and road closures.