The stadium is a public transport destination and is well-served by bus routes and within walking distance of four train stations - download and view the map above.
There is no parking available for general admission fans at the stadium. Please note, the local area is under an Event Day Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), which is in operation on matchdays. You will not be able to park without a permit.
For a full overview to help you plan your journey, including information on accessible transport, visit our Getting Here section.
Trains and London Overground
There are four hub stations serving the stadium:
White Hart Lane
London Overground services operate from Liverpool Street, Enfield Town and Cheshunt stations. The station is fully accessible and is approximately a five-minute walk to the stadium.
Greater Anglia services operate from Liverpool Street, Cambridge and Stansted Airport. The station is fully accessible and is approximately a 10-minute walk to the stadium.
Greater Anglia services operate from Liverpool Street, Cambridge and Stansted Airport). The station is also served by the Victoria line on the London Underground. The station is fully accessible and is approximately a 25-minute walk to the stadium.
Victoria line and London Overground services operate from this station, which is approximately a 30-minute walk to the stadium. The station does not have step-free access.
We have installed navy and yellow on-street wayfinding signage from all four train stations to the stadium, in conjunction with innovative on-site digital stadium signage.
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 midweek 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 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.
Post-match queuing systems are in operation at all four stations. Please take note of directional signage and the advice of stewards as you are leaving the stadium.
North and Southbound queue locations are highlighted in the Stations Map Overview via the button below.
Away Coach Parking
All official and unofficial coaches will drop-off and pick-up from Zone A (West Road) or Zone B (Brantwood Rd).
Wayfinding signage will direct you from the coach parks to the stadium. Other coach parks will be used if the away attendance increases for a particular fixture. All coach drivers will need a coach parking permit in order to park in these coach parking zones.
To obtain a permit, please contact email@example.com as soon as possible.
Please note that some roads closest to the stadium are closed before, during and after a match to make it safe for fans, local residents and businesses, and for emergency access to the area. On matchdays, general traffic will not be able to access parts of the High Road between White Hart Lane and Lordship Lane/Lansdowne Road from two hours before and up to one hour after the match.
The stadium is well-served by Transport for London buses that run as usual across Haringey on matchdays, with the High Road routes subject to diversion due to the road closures.
All Transport for London buses are fully accessible with at least one wheelchair accessible space on each bus and priority seats. Assistance dogs can travel on all services.
Due to road closures, fans will not be able to be dropped off and picked up close to the stadium. If you need to use a taxi, we recommend you have it drop you off or pick you up at least a 10-minute walk away from the stadium.