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Bag Policy

Lets be clear

We strongly advise supporters not to bring bags of any type into the Stadium. If you do, it will need to meet our permissible guidelines below and it will be subject to a full search.

Our Bag Policy only permits the following bags to be brought into the stadium after they have been searched:

  • Club-branded Bag for Life that all Season Ticket Holders and Members received in their 2018-19 Membership packs – if you do not have one or are a non-member, reusable drawstring bags are also available to purchase from Club Shops at a price of £1.

  • Clear carrier bags – maximum size of 30cm long x 30cm high. Those issued in Spurs Shops pre-match (charged at 10p) will meet the criteria. Shop staff will place all items directly into and seal this bag – it should not be opened, and no personal items should be placed into this bag before the customer has been through the security checks. Any bags with a broken seal will be subject to a search.

  • Personal bags of A4 size or smaller (21cm long x 30cm high)

  • No other type of bag will be permitted inside the stadium.

Laptops are permitted if they are within a laptop sleeve and are no larger than 37cm x 31 cm, which is the size of our Club branded Bag for Life.

Umbrellas are permitted, and from time to time due to unpredictable weather we may adjust our policy to permit larger sizes. Please refer to your Match Attenders email for the latest policy. Umbrellas MUST always be kept folded inside the stadium.

Our Bag Policy has been developed to ensure a safe environment for all and to significantly speed up access into the stadium for those coming without bags. Those choosing to bring a bag to the stadium, which meets the outline perimeters should be aware that they will be delayed, whilst the bag is checked and tagged.

No left luggage service is available at the stadium on matchdays – however, there is one available on non-matchdays within the Tottenham Experience for anybody taking part in our Stadium Tours.

If you have a medical condition that requires you to bring a bag or other equipment, please email access@tottenhamhotspur.com.

As at White Hart Lane, fans are advised not to bring their own food into the stadium due to issues of provenance, safety and rubbish generated. Discretion will be shown by stewards, however, in relation to snacks, in particular children’s snacks. We appreciate this is not a clear-cut policy but allowing discretion means we can be more flexible in your interests.

Drinks of any kind, including water, may not be brought into the stadium in line with all safety advice that relates to major events. This also applies to empty bottles with lids that can be filled and thrown. Water fountains are available throughout the stadium for fans to use.

Flags and Banners

We welcome supporters who wish to bring flags to matches at our stadium. 

Flags should be no more than 250cm in size at their widest or longest section and flagpoles must be no greater than 1m in length.

Flags must not obstruct gangways, access routes, exits and entrances, health and safety signage and stairways. 

In order to ensure smooth access and display of your flag we advise that you have it pre-approved. You can do this by mailing supporterservices@tottenhamhotspur.com a minimum of one week prior to bringing the flag to a match.

We reserve the right to deny permission or confiscate flags if they are above an acceptable size, compromise public safety or obscure someone’s view or a camera position. 

The Club has always considered that a football match is a time to show allegiance to a football team first and foremost. A football match is not an appropriate arena to display flags of any political or religious affiliation or anything that could possibly be considered inflammatory – this can include national flags during times of political conflicts, campaigns or issues.

We shall liaise with other clubs concerning the application of our policy at away matches.