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Accessible Parking and Transport Information

Accessible Parking and Transport Information

Pre-booked Car Parking

Parking for Blue Badge Holders is fully booked for Friday 1 July.

Parking for Saturday 2 July can be booked by emailing access@tottenhamhotspur.com.

Stadium Car Parks

There are 36 enlarged accessible parking spaces in the stadium’s basement, all of which are accessible via Worcester Avenue on an event day.

Please note that when parking at the Tottenham Hotspur Official Stadium Car Park, you are required to arrive no later than 6.30pm. Also, post-event, you will be required to wait for up to one hour before being able to exit. These restrictions are in place due to event day road closures in the surrounding area.

All cars will be security screened before they enter the car park. Please allow extra time for this process.

For all car parks, please have your car park e-ticket ready for inspection as you approach the stadium as your e-ticket will be scanned on entry.

Once a car is admitted and parked in the stadium’s basement, we are unable to allow cars, or the fans travelling within them, to exit and re-enter the stadium – this is due to security operations and crowd flows outside the stadium.

If you wish to visit the Ticket Office or Tottenham Experience, we recommend you park in the Sainsbury’s Car Park on Northumberland Park before proceeding to the stadium basement car park no later than 6.30pm.

The Stadium car park’s height restriction is 2.1m. If your vehicle is higher than this, you will need to park in Duke’s Academy, where the height restriction is 2.6m. See details below. 

Duke’s Academy - (Oversized Vehicles)

Any owners of oversized vehicles are encouraged to email access@tottenhamhotspur.com to request a space at the nearby Duke’s Academy. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please note, this car park will need to be accessed no later than 6.30pm and you will be unable to exit until at least an hour after the event finishes.

Blue Badge Parking within the Controlled Parking Zones

Fan with Blue Badges can park within the Major Event Day CPZ, in line with the terms and conditions of the Blue Badge Scheme.

However:

  • Please be mindful that you might be parking in residential roads, so please be considerate of our neighbours.
  • Please note that fans with Blue Badges are not permitted to park in Homes for Haringey (HfH) estate car parks. A resident parking permit and a Blue Badge is required in order to park on any HfH estate. Anyone parking without the valid permits would receive a fine or your car could be towed away.
  • Please avoid parking on yellow lines as this could affect pre and post-event traffic flows and various post-event crowd control operations.
  • Fans with Blue Badges can park outside the Traffic Management (road closure) Zone without any time restriction (in line with the Blue Badge scheme terms and conditions) but may have a longer distance to travel to and from the stadium.

For further assistance, please contact access@tottenhamhotspur.com.

Public Transport

The stadium is accessible by four local train stations - White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park.

White Hart Lane station is step-free. The new Northumberland Park also has step-free access. Tottenham Hale has step-free access to the Victoria line and Greater Anglia platforms.

The majority of routes from the stations to the stadium are wheelchair friendly. Wayfinding signage has also been installed on major routes from all stations.

White Hart Lane station is generally the busiest transport hub, especially in the two hours before the headline act begins.

The Alexandra Palace and Wood Green shuttle bus services are fully accessible for wheelchair users, although it should be noted that the stations that they serve are not.

All TfL buses are fully accessible. The East Bus Diversion route facilitates more localised running of TfL buses on event days. This means the 149, 259, 279 and 39 services follow a much shorter diversion east along Lansdowne Road, Shelbourne Road and Northumberland Park before re-joining the High Road adjacent to Sainsbury’s.