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Accessibility

Accessible Tickets

There is very limited availability in our Accessible Seating areas.

Accessible Entrances

The four dedicated Access entrances are 1, 5, 13 and 17. All entrances are served by lifts for ease of access to their seats.

Lifts

Lift operators will be asked to prioritise disabled guests, older guests and those who may be pregnant or have temporary injuries.

Toilets

There are 66 accessible toilets in the stadium, found throughout the concourses, hospitality lounges and in the flagship shop, Tottenham Experience, situated on the high road.

Ambulant accessible toilets are available in each of the public toilets throughout the Stadium.

Changing Places

There will be two Changing Places facilities in operation for this event. One in the flagship shop, Tottenham Experience, situated on the high road for use pre-event and one next to block 105 (level 1) in the West Stand.

Deaf & Hard of Hearing

All seats within the stadium are covered by a radio-based assistive hearing system. The system is designed for supporters who have Telecoil hearing aids, with the ‘T’ setting.

Guests wishing to use this service can sign out a headset from one of our Accessible Entrances (1, 5, 13 or 17). This must be returned to the accessible entrance or a steward on departure.

Hearing loop systems are also fitted at selected catering kiosks and within certain check outs at the flagship shop, Tottenham Experience.

Blind and Partially Sighted

Audio descriptive commentary is available to fans via the use of a receiver and headset. Guests wishing to use this service can sign out a headset from one of our Accessible Entrances (1, 5, 13 or 17). This must be returned to the accessible entrance or a steward on departure.

Assistance Animals

The Club welcomes registered assistance animals. There are two dog spending areas on-site, one outside entrance 11 near the North Stand and another in the South Stand. Access to either facility is given on request.

If you are bringing an assistance animal to the stadium or are interested in accessing the dog spending areas, please contact the access team.

Accessible Parking

Pre-booked Car Parking is available for Saturday 2 July and can be booked by emailing access@tottenhamhotspur.com. Parking for Blue Badge Holders is fully booked for Friday 1 July.

Fans must display their confirmation email and Blue Badge on the day or they will be refused access to parking.

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.