Our new stadium is fully compliant with the Accessible Stadia Guide and exceeds standards in many areas. The stadium has accessible seating and wheelchair spaces in all stands, including our single tier South Stand.
We have the flexibility within our designs to provide seating that enables wheelchair user to sit together with their families at various locations around the ground, subject to availability.
If you are on our Disability Access Scheme, please ensure you bring your yellow Access Scheme card as well as your Season Ticket or One Hotspur membership card to gain entry via our accessible entrances.
Please notify a steward at your accessible entrance should you require any of the following:
- Headsets for audio descriptive commentary
- Radio assertive hearing systems
- To store a wheelchair, mobility scooter or walking aid
- Temporary access to a wheelchair
- A RADAR key for one of our accessible toilets
We ask that you please bring your own RADAR key to the match if possible. However, we shall be able to provide one should you not have it with you for any reason.
On arrival- you will find designated accessible check-in entrances with large passenger lift access to all levels. We offer temporary wheelchairs if required and headsets to listen to our audio descriptive match commentaries, delivered by professionally trained Club employees.
Assistance Dogs - we welcome assistance dogs and have dedicated dog spending areas - one in the South East Corner, ground floor, the other in the away section on Paxton Terrace.
Access stewarding - we have our dedicated access stewarding teams to work with guests who have access requirements.
Car parking - Parking for supporters with a disability is available in and around the stadium, subject to availability. However, please note that the car parking spaces for disabled fans are within the road closure zone, so you will need to arrive early to access these and stay longer before departing.
Concession counters - all counters around the stadium have been lowered for easier access.
Changing Places - there are three Changing Places toilets for those with complex care requirements – two within the stadium and one at the Tottenham Experience – as well as 74 accessible toilets across the stadium campus.
Sensory Room - an area in the North-West corner of the stadium, Level 4, has been designated for fans with sensory impairments to assist their matchday experience.
If you have accessibility requirements and are not registered with our Disability Access Scheme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org