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Thu 13 October 2022, 09:00|Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur Women’s first home game of the season takes place against Liverpool at Leyton Orient’s Brisbane Road Stadium at 2pm on Sunday 16 October.

The ground’s address is Oliver Road, Leyton, E10 5NF.

Season ticket holders can collect their season ticket cards at Brisbane Road on Sunday from the Ticket Office, which will be open from 11am. Turnstiles will open at 12:45pm.

Haven’t got your ticket yet? Tickets are on sale now for our upcoming Women’s Super League games at Brisbane Road, including Sunday’s fixture against Liverpool. Check the availability of tickets and buy yours here.

Tickets will be taken off sale online for Liverpool at 2:45pm on Friday, so after that supporters will only be able to purchase tickets at the Brisbane Road Ticket Office on Sunday.

Fans will be situated in the Justin Edinburgh West Stand, where tickets are priced at £7 for adults, £4.50 for young adults (18-21) and £3.50 for seniors (over 65) and juniors (under 17).

One Hotspur Junior Members are entitled to a free match ticket to every home WSL match when purchased with a full paying adult. To secure this exclusive benefit, please select the free ticket category when booking your seat.

Getting to Brisbane Road

Brisbane Road is a ten minute walk from Leyton underground tube station, which is situated on the Central line. It is just one stop from Stratford, which has connections to the Jubilee line, TFL Rail, Docklands Light Railway, London Overground and various National Rail Services. 

Leyton is an 11 minute journey by Tube from London Liverpool Street and is also easily accessible from other London mainline stations such as Kings Cross St Pancras, Euston, Waterloo, Victoria and Paddington. Click here to visit Transport for London’s Journey Planner.

Walking to Brisbane Road will take less than 10 minutes. Upon exit from the station turn right out of the station and follow Leyton High Road for approximately 450 metres until Coronation Gardens is on your left. Turn down Buckingham Road after the park and the ground will be in front of you.

If using the London Overground, Leyton Midland Road is approximately a 15 minute walk from the stadium. From Leyton Midland Road, turn left towards Leyton and continue down the High Road past Leyton County Cricket Ground until you reach Osborne Road. Turn down Osborne Road and the East Stand is in front of you.

For those travelling by car, please use the postcode E10 5NF. Please note there is no public parking available at Brisbane Road. Being located in a highly residential area, there is also extremely limited parking in the immediate area around the stadium. Many surrounding roads are for permit holders only and there are limited parking options elsewhere. If you do intend to drive to the match, please take care to avoid penalty fines when parking by reading signage and by not blocking local residents.

Bus no’s. 58, 69, 97 and 158 run along Leyton High Road. Please click here for further route information from Transport for London.

For a personalised walking route from your home to Brisbane Road, please visit

The stadium is fully accessible by bicycle. Once you arrive at Brisbane Road, there is a range of cycle parking available around the stadium with a large number of bike racks outside the Score Centre, opposite the Justin Edinburgh Stand where the Club Superstore and Ticket Office is located.

Need to find your way around the stadium? Simply use the map below to help you navigate to E10 (click on the map to download a PDF version). Click here for the stadium map.

Matchday programme

Available to purchase at the ground for £2.50, our matchday programme includes an exclusive interview with Ellie Brazil, a column from Rehanne Skinner, a guide to the opposition and more.

Bag policy

All bags will be searched and extremely large bags will not be allowed to be taken into the ground, however staff can arrange for a place for them to be stored if needed.

Disabled supporters

Wheelchair and carer spaces are available in the West Stand and disabled supporters can enter via the stadium gates rather than the turnstiles. There are also accessible seats for ambulant disabled supporters, with seats at the very front of the West stand with very limited stair climbing.

Not able to attend?

Sunday’s game will be streamed live on SPURSPLAY and the FA Player. To sign up for your SPURSPLAY subscription, click here.