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Spurs v Arsenal - travel update, including scheduled rail disruption

Fri 14 January 2022, 11:00|Tottenham Hotspur

Fans attending the north London derby against Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday (kick-off 4.30pm) are asked to take note of the following travel information...

Scheduled travel disruption

A scheduled track closure is taking place this weekend, affecting Greater Anglia services between Broxbourne and Audley End.

Enhanced services will be in operation between Hertford East and Liverpool Street with four trains per hour and a shuttle service of two trains per hour between Broxbourne and Liverpool Street. All of these services will stop at Broxbourne and Northumberland Park.

Rail replacement bus services between Broxbourne and Audley End will operate every half-hour. There will also be a direct express bus service between Stansted Airport and Broxbourne.

Parking is available at Broxbourne station for £5.50 on Sunday. The station car park has capacity for 476 vehicles.

Big Green Coach are operating an enhanced service for this match with services from the following locations: Aylesbury, Bedford, Bishop’s Stortford, Braintree, Brentwood, Cambridge, Chelmsford, Colchester, Dartford, Gillingham, Harlow Town, Hemel Hempstead, Hitchin, Luton, Maidenhead, Maidstone, Milton Keynes, Saffron Walden, Shefford, Slough, St Albans, Trumpington and Wycombe.

Stations - Tottenham Hale

The new station concourse at Tottenham Hale is now open, providing access to Greater Anglia and London Underground services via a single entrance for which a new queuing process will be in place. Work is ongoing on the station interchange between the services.

Tottenham Hale is now a fully accessible station. Access to the Victoria line and between London Underground and Greater Anglia services is now available following the refurbishment of a lift. Greater Anglia platforms are fully accessible from the concourse, which has entry and exit ramps.

Supporters using the Victoria line are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters as it is a shorter walk to and from the stadium.

White Hart Lane

Supporters are advised to check for train cancellations before attempting to travel pre and post-match.

London Overground services will operate four trains per hour in both directions throughout the day, with all trains consisting of eight carriages.

Supporters travelling to Liverpool Street post-match are reminded that Northumberland Park services have greater capacity than those from White Hart Lane.

White Hart Lane is a fully accessible station.

Northumberland Park

Supporters are asked to take note of travel disruption affecting Greater Anglia services and plan their journey accordingly using www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Eight trains per hour will operate in both directions at Northumberland Park pre and post-match. Six will be from and to Liverpool Street. The shuttle service between Stratford and Meridian Water will be in operation for this match. Two services per hour in both directions will stop at Northumberland Park.

Victoria line

Victoria line services will be operating every 3-4 minutes in both directions pre and post-match and supporters are advised to use Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters stations.

Queue management

Queue management systems will be in place at all stations. Supporters are asked to respect and work with staff at our stations.

TFL buses

Prior to the match the W3 will follow its normal route but the 149, 259, 279 and 349 services will be diverted away from the High Road at least two hours before the game. Supporters are advised to check for delays due to roadworks before traveling.

Post-match, the TfL bus services will return to normal operation as soon as possible after the local road closures are lifted. More information on road closures can be found below.

Cycling

For supporters wishing to cycle to the stadium, bike stands are available at Tottenham Community Sports Centre and St Francis De Sales School, which are both located on the High Road. Dedicated bicycle parking is also available on-street around the stadium.

Although our Bag Policy still applies, stewards will be briefed regarding cyclists’ need to carry helmets, puncture kits and removable seats into the stadium.

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) to the stadium.

Road closures

Please note, our major event day road closure measures will be in place.

COVID-19

Following the government’s implementation of its ‘COVID-19 Autumn and Winter Plan B’, new protocols are in place for match attending fans. Supporters are strongly encouraged to familiarise themselves with these new protocols here and plan their journey to arrive and enter the stadium early.

We recommend supporters familiarise themselves with the latest government guidance on staying safe while using public transport, including face coverings and social distancing where possible, which can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-safer-travel-guidance-for-passengers.

Supporters are advised to check for cancellations to services before departing for the stadium.