Vaccine Clinic update - all over 18s now welcome
Fri 18 June 2021, 10:30|Tottenham Hotspur
We can confirm that the mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic being held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this Sunday (20 June) is now open to anyone aged 18 and over.
We advise making an appointment via the bespoke booking platform. Alternatively, you can walk up on the day between 10am-6pm - please note you may have to queue before entering the stadium.
This will be a Pfizer vaccine clinic for first and second doses (where the first dose was Pfizer and 6-8 weeks ago - i.e. before 3rd May 2021).
All attendees will receive a 20% discount code on Stadium Tours and The Dare Skywalk, that can be redeemed online.
Our much-loved Club Ambassadors - Ledley King, Gary Mabbutt and Ossie Ardiles - will also all be present at the start of the day to welcome attendees.
Worried about missing the football? Don’t worry – the only Euros games that day kick-off at 5pm (Italy v Wales/Switzerland v Turkey), and we’ll screen them on our concourse TVs for anyone arriving late in the day.
This will be our second vaccine clinic hosted at the stadium this year, once again delivered in partnership with Morris House Group Practice, based on Lordship Lane, Tottenham, and Federated4Health, the Haringey GP Federation.
Entry to the stadium will be gained via Paxton Terrace (see map below), which is fully wheelchair accessible via a street level lift, with a managed queuing system in place to ensure social distancing is maintained. Face masks must be worn by attendees at all times.
Vaccinations themselves will be carried out in the stadium’s West Stand Level 1 concourse, delivered by trained vaccinators from the GP vaccination sites in Haringey.
For further information on COVID-19 vaccines, visit: https://northcentrallondonccg.nhs.uk/my-health/covid-19/covid-19-vaccinations-in-north-central-london/frequently-asked-questions-faqs/
While the vaccine clinic takes place in our West Stand, on the other side of the stadium, the NFL Home Locker Room will host an event aimed at increasing blood donations to aid the treatment of sickle cell disease. Members of the Black community, aged 17-66, who haven’t received a vaccine during the previous seven days, are encouraged to book an appointment to attend and donate blood.