The stadium is served by four train stations:
- White Hart Lane (London Overground): approx. 5 mins walk to the stadium - that’s more or less 500 steps for those of you with fitness apps
- Northumberland Park (Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 10 mins walk to the stadium and about 1,000 steps.
- Tottenham Hale (Victoria line and Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 25 mins walk to the stadium and roughly 2,500 steps.
- Seven Sisters (Victoria line and London Overground): approx. 30 mins walk to the stadium and around 3,000 steps.
Event Day Train Timetables
Train operators will develop a bespoke train timetable for each event at the stadium. These will be posted here as they become available.
|Everton Train Timetables|
|London Overground Northbound
|London Overground Southbound|
Please be aware that all the timetable information may not necessarily be loaded into journey planners for event days, for example, the TfL Journey Planner and the National Rail Enquiries Journey planner.
Similarly use google maps and city mapper with caution on event days. Rail timetables and information about road closures and CPZs is not loaded into these apps.
From Station to Stadium
We have installed 'Legible London'-style on-street wayfinding signage in our famous Club colours from all four train stations to the stadium, in conjunction with innovative on-site digital stadium signage.
A fifth train station – Meridian Water, served by Abellio Greater Anglia services (opposite IKEA on Meridian Way) – is scheduled to open in mid-2019. We shall provide train timetable information when it is known.
Please note - The Victoria line will be especially busy on matchdays, particularly for weeknight matches before the game when fans will be travelling at the same time as commuters are travelling home.
To manage congestion and safety, before mid-week games it may occasionally be necessary for Victoria line trains not to stop at Seven Sisters. If so, you will then be able to get off at Tottenham Hale and walk to the stadium from there. Tottenham Hale is actually a shorter walk to the stadium than Seven Sisters.
Your journey may be less crowded if you can avoid the Victoria line. Travel as early as possible before kick-off and try to avoid peak times if you can.
There will be managed queues at Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale for station entry after matches and you may have to wait longer than previously to gain access to the stations.
We strongly discourage fans from using Silver Street station and Bruce Grove station. At Bruce Grove you will find it extremely difficult to board a train immediately after a match if you are travelling southbound.
As with the Lane, it is the post-match period where queues will be longest at the four stations. However, we expect queue lengths will reduce after the first few months as fans learn new travel routes, the track and station improvement works are completed and new rolling stock comes into operation.
We encourage fans to make full use of the platform capacity at all four stations and follow the advice of stewards and station staff.
Tottenham is benefitting from circa. £100m investment in public transport infrastructure – more than nearly any other part of London, including:
- Completed upgrade of the Victoria line (both rolling stock replacement and service frequency) increasing capacity at Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters stations with trains every 100 seconds at peak times.
- Redevelopment of Tottenham Hale Interchange - with the creation of a new combined train and TUBE station entrance (to be complete mid-2019 but fully operational in the meantime).
- Redevelopment of Northumberland Park station – improved accessibility and increased service frequencies from summer 2019 as part of the three-tracking project between Stratford and the new Meridian Water station. Abellio Greater Anglia will stop as many trains as possible, with eight carriages, at Northumberland Park well before and well after any games at the new stadium.
- Redevelopment of White Hart Lane station – with additional stairs and lift access, making the station step-free, to be complete late 2019. Alongside this, a fleet of new high capacity, air-conditioned trains will be introduced by London Overground from spring 2019. There will also be an enhanced timetable with eight-carriage trains for every game at the new stadium.