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Thu 09 January 2020, 14:41|Tottenham Hotspur

Fans attending our home Premier League match against Liverpool on Saturday (kick-off 5.30pm) should take note of the following travel information.

Reminder - Regional Coach service available

Our Regional Coach service, serving a number of destinations within Spurs supporter heartlands, is available for all home matches.

All fans who now book onto a coach service will receive a free official matchday programme on arrival at the coach park in Tottenham.

Please note, services will now depart from the coach park 45 minutes after full-time instead of one hour.


As advised in December, Saturday’s match is affected by planned engineering works on Greater Anglia services north of Broxbourne.

The planned engineering works mean that rail replacement bus services will be in place, causing disruption for supporters traveling from Cambridge, Harlow and surrounding areas. Replacement bus services are expected to be of limited capacity and also used by passengers from Stansted Airport.

Regional Coach Service provider Big Green Coach have added locations to their network to help affected supporters travel to the match.

Broxbourne train station has a large car park with a capacity of around 550 spaces to accommodate supporters from further north who wish to use train services from there.

White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park will both be served by six trains per hour from Liverpool Street for three hours before and after the match. Supporters are recommended to use Northumberland Park for greater speed and capacity.

A reduced service of two trains per hour will run from Stratford.


The new pedestrian crossing of Watermead Road, outside Tottenham Hale station, is now fully operational. Once the call button is pushed the ‘Green Man’ will appear in only 45 seconds. Pedestrians are asked to be patient and not take unnecessary risks when crossing this busy and often fast-moving road.

The construction works at Tottenham Hale will continue for the rest of the season, but train services are still operational. Please follow the advice offered by stewards. Tottenham Hale station also has new accessible facilities, with a link bridge and lifts creating a wheelchair accessible option for fans travelling to and from central London.

We advise any fans travelling on the Victoria line after the match to embark at Tottenham Hale – this is a shorter walk than Seven Sisters.

Fans intending to travel through the new White Hart Lane station should note that the station is now fully accessible. Please bear with us as we allow the new station operations to bed in. Although the station has been upgraded, the new rolling stock has not yet been introduced and train capacity remains the same.

TfL Buses

With effect from this weekend’s match, the 149 service will be joining the 259, 279 and 349 services on the shorter eastern diversion route around the High Road matchday closure. This should improve the availability of services, particularly to Seven Sisters post-match.

Shuttle Buses

The Club is operating its two Shuttle Bus services from both Alexandra Palace station (Great Northern Line) and Wood Green station (Piccadilly Line).