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Thu 12 December 2019, 10:46|Tottenham Hotspur

Further to our previous travel advice for the home fixture against Brighton & Hove Albion on Thursday 26 December (kick-off 12.30pm), with minimal train services across the country, there will be no National Rail or London Overground services stopping at White Hart Lane, Northumberland Park or Seven Sisters stations on the day of the match and only an extremely limited Stansted Express service stopping at Tottenham Hale.

The Club is working with London Underground to maximise Victoria line services that will be running to Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale and Piccadilly line services to Wood Green. The Victoria line will have a Sunday service with some 26 trains per hour before and after the game. The Piccadilly line service across London to Wood Green will have 18 trains per hour before the game and 21 services per hour thereafter. The London Underground network will be fully operational on Boxing Day with the only exception being the Northern line services in central and south London.

Regional Coach Service – deadline approaching to book from extra locations

We fully appreciate that substantial numbers of supporters use a large number of National Rail services to travel to London on a normal matchday and then travel to Tottenham on the Victoria line. We have looked at where supporters live and how they would normally travel on a matchday and worked with Big Green Coach to provide additional options via our Regional Coach Service.

A further 66 pick-up locations have been added to the existing 31 to expand the network to 97, with seats priced from £13 for a return journey. A full list of locations and details of how to book can be found here.

Please note, services from these new locations will only run if there is sufficient demand. The deadline to book travel from one of the additional 66 locations is midday on Friday 13 December. We will confirm with each customer booking from these new locations that their coach is definitely operating no later than 14 December. Please book your coach seat early to help ensure that the coach does operate.

Shuttle bus services will be running from Wood Green only. The service from Alexandra Palace will not be running due to no National Rail services operating to/from the station that day. Ticket bookings already made for the Alexandra Palace service will be accepted on the Wood Green Service.

Tickets can be booked here: https://tottenhamhotspur.firsttravelsolutions.com/tickets 

The Club is continuing to discuss the possibility of a reduced service in the area with train operating companies.