Visiting Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur) – Matchday Guide
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the home of Tottenham Hotspur. It replaced the previous ground, White Hart Lane and has a seating capacity of 62,850 (2nd largest stadium in the Premier League). The new stadium is tighter and allows for a better game day experience. If you’re looking to elevate your experience, consider getting tickets or taking on the Dare Skywalk. You can find out more about both these options in this post.
About Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham stadium is the world’s first stadium to have a dividing and fully retractable pitch. It’s also ranked the 21st best stadium in the world, despite being the most expensive stadium ever built. To enjoy your gameday experience, remember that Tottenham stadium is cashless when buying food and drinks. Be sure to arrive early to view the stadium, experience kick-off, and enjoy the game!
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Tickets, Seats, and Stands
Like all stadiums, the Tottenham stadium has four distinct sides.
- The South Side currently makes up the largest single-tier stand in the entire country. It is meant to be the stand’s “heartbeat” and contains shops, bars, and restaurants.
- The North Stand has three tiers and is welcome to away fans in the North-East corner.
- The East Stand has four tiers, of which two are designed for premium seating.
- The West Stand has four tiers and is dedicated to corporate supporters.
Ticket prices are split into Category A, Category B, and Category C. Within those categories there are different ticket prices based on which stand you want to sit in.
- Category A: £52 - £98.
- Category B: £43 - £72
- Category C: £30 - £60
Choosing the best seats in the stadium is subjective. There are side stands, perfect for an analyzer who wants to see the entire field from halfway up the side stand. Despite this area being a higher price, the halfway line is usually the first area to sell out and usually belong to season ticket holders.
Overall, wherever you sit, you’re guaranteed to have an awesome experience.
Away Fan’s Stand
Away fans are located in the lower tier of the Northeast corner of the. The away fans area is small, and it can be hard to get tickets. They are first opened to Season Ticket Holders and then One Hotspur and One Hotspur members. If you are sitting in the away section, make sure to enter through Gate 11 where tickets are checked.
Away fans may be surprised to see ‘safe standing’ areas in the stadium, but the club ironically has a strict no ‘persistent standing’ rule. This means if you stand for too long, you may be asked to sit down by stewards.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Hospitality: Premium/VIP tickets and private boxes
Tailor your game day experience! Whether you’re looking for a relaxed matchday or to dine in style, Tottenham makes it easy to customize what you want for your match day.
Loge Suites offers an intimate dining space with the ambiance of a larger restaurant. There are barriers that separate tables, making it perfect for a more private dinner. Your dinner experience includes a private table service, TV coverage, digital programme, three-course meal, and two complimentary drinks. This is a great way to create an intimate experience with friends.
The Tunnel Club:
The Tunnel Club is a premium Members Club that gets you as close as you can be to the action with heated and padded match seat directly behind the players. This experience also gives you access to the manager’s post-match press conference, view of the players’ tunnel, guest speakers, car parking for two guests, formal dining experience, complimentary drinks, TV coverage, and more.
East Sideline Suite:
East Sideline Suites offers a premium suite for up to 18 guests. The premium suite comes with a three-course meal, complimentary bar, digital programme, TV coverage, private table, access to the East Quarter Premium Bars & Lounges throughout the day,
This is the top floor of the stadium and offers an outstanding panoramic view across London. The suite offers a complimentary welcome drink and half-time drink, a fantastic view from match seats located towards the front of the upper tier, digital programme, and light meal options.
The Suites on Four:
Create a premium experience with a private area to entertain all your guests. The suites are completely customizable to reflect your company’s brand and style preferences. Accommodating over 21 people, these suites include car parking for 4 people, a private table, TV coverage, digital programme, access to exclusive Member Events & Benefits, complimentary bar, luxury padded seats with a great view, and more.
Elevate your gameday experience with padded seats, and a complimentary half-time drink. This is the perfect way to take your match day experience to the next level.
Prices for all these premium options depends on the event, the opposing team, number of people attending, and more! For pricing, call Tottenham stadium and tailor your experience to fit you and your guests.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium gates and entrances
On your Access Card or ticket confirmation email, you’ll find your entrance number. Your number will be between 1 and 23 and the location of your entrance will be on the signage at street level around the perimeter of the stadium. The entrance number corresponds to a certain set of steps that lead up to the entry level podiums at Paxton Terrace and Park Lane Square. At the bottom of the staircase, there will be stewards where you’ll scan your ticket to ensure you’re at the right staircase and have the right ticket.
Here is what entrance corresponds to what side.
- South Side includes gate 19-22
- North Stand includes gate 8-10
- East Stand includes gate 11-18
- West Stand includes gate 23 and 1-7
How to get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
The easiest way to reach the stadium is by public transit. Luckily, getting to the stadium by transit is super easy and there is a station close by. White Hart Lane station is a five-minute walk from the stadium or Northumberland Park is about a 10-15 minute walk.
Arriving by London Underground:
The nearest London Underground/Overground stations are Seven Sisters Zone 3, Victoria Line which is 1.5 miles away. From there, you can catch a train to White Hart station or take a bus to the stadium entrance.
You’ll arrive at London Liverpool Street station and you can take the overground service to White Hart station, Abellio Greater Anglia services to Statford, Greater London, Essex and Norfolk to White Heart station, or London Underground connections. We recommend you take the Abellio Greater Anglia service to White Hart stadium because it has the shortest walk to the stadium.
There are bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. You can take bus routes 149, 259, 279, 349, or WS as these routes all stop outside of the stadium.
Parking next to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Parking near the stadium is impossible. There is no parking available for general admission fans at the stadium. The road closures around the stadium also mean that if you choose to travel by car, you will not be able to exit any car parking facility for an hour after the final whistle.
Fans with disabilities can receive parking around the stadium, subject to availability. If you have accessibility requirements are not registered with our Disability Access Scheme, email the stadium at [email protected] for guidance. However, all car park spaces will be in the road closure zone.
Landmarks and points of interest in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
There are a couple landmarks that we think are worth seeing while you’re at Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
First, look for Centre Spot. It’s in the concourse underneath the south-east corner and it marks the location for the centre spot of the old White Hart Lane, which the new stadium overlaps.
The Cockerel is at the top of the South Stand and it’s a replica of the iconic golden cockerel from White Hart Lane. It’s almost twice as tall as the original but it’s worth finding while you’re at the game. If you see it, take a selfie with it in the background!
Find the old programme covers that are a nod to the Tottenham’s history. It’s a striking wall on the south-west corner. If you can find it when it’s less crowded, take a photo! Everyone will know where you are since it’s a famous and memorable spot.
Infrastructures, Stores, Food, Drink:
The Tottenham stadium delivers the ultimate matchday experience with uninterrupted sightlines and spectators closer to the pitch compared to other UK stadiums. The stands are steep, creating a tighter and more compact stadium bowl. However, one thing to note about Tottenham is that it’s completely cashless. Whether you’re buying a beer, a couple shirts, of wings, Tottenham does not accept cash. There are 60 outlets for food spread out between the four stands in the stadium and toilets are close to all the outlets.
Food and drink at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
You will not be hungry at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. There are 60 outlets throughout the stadium that serve a wide range of traditional fan favorites, such as handmade pies and sausage roles for only £4. You can also enjoy food and drink options available in Park Lane Square, which is accessible to general admission ticket holders for up to one hour pre-match and from kick-off. There are usually different vendors for each match serving spirits, lagers, soft drinks, and coffee.
You are advised to not bring your own food into the stadium for safety. It’s up to the discretion of the stewards to decide if the food you bring will be allowed. Drinks of any kind, including water, cannot be brought into the stadium.
Stores and merchandise at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
This stadium offers an awesome fan experience through the Tottenham Experience, located on the southern end of the stadium. It is one of the largest retail spaces of any football team in Europe. The Club has restored the façade of the old Tottenham and Edmonton Dispensary and shirt printing is carried out behind the restored façade. You’ll also be able to buy jerseys, hoodies, souvenirs, and more.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tours
Go for a Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour and get behind the scenes of the entire stadium. This is a self-guided tour where you can view the team areas, learn how the stadium was designed, view the changing rooms, and walk the famous corridors with a Spurs Legend. The tour is 90-minutes and is full of Spur’s history.
Enjoy a Stadium Tour and Skywalk, which includes everything from the Stadium Tour with the added Dare Skywalk experience. You’ll get suited up in your safety gear and harnesses, head all the way to the stadium’s top tier above street level and brave the test on the glass walkway. It’s the perfect tour for daredevils and Tottenham Hotspur fans, with a view of the stadium that most visitors miss.
If you want the daredevil experience without the Tottenham Stadium Tour, you can choose to only participate in the edge walk. But we think it’s worth doing both to get the entire experience.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Area
Tottenham is a town in North London, England, and it’s within the London Borough of Haringey. The area is ethnically diverse, and you’ll see that in the activities and cuisines. It’s filled with Victorian-style house, tons of restaurants, an abundance of pubs and great green outdoor spaces. The area is well-connected by rail, road, London overground and underground.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is surrounded by accommodation options to make your matchday memorable.
- Fountain Hotel is located near Tottenham Stadium and is a fan favourite for a simple stay before a matchday. It’s within walking distance to the stadium and offers en-suite rooms, a complimentary light breakfast, and access to a Mexican restaurant. It’s a close to all the amenities you would need pre and post matchday.
- Point A London Liverpool Street delivers a modern, clean, and inviting stay for guests. It’s a 20-minute taxi ride to the stadium or you can take the train or the bus. This hotel is perfect for anyone who wants to stay a couple nights in London because it’s close to the surrounding attractions, including the Spitalfields Market.
- If you’re looking for a luxurious play to stay, the Courthouse Hotel is for you. It’s a 28-minute cab drive to the stadium and is the perfect location for a special occasion. The hotel has an indoor pool, steam room, fitness center, and onsite restaurant and bar. Some rooms have an amazing city view, and you’ll wake up refreshed for the game.
Pubs and restaurants
You won’t go wrong with any pub or restaurant in the area. Here are our 3 favourite!
- No.8 Tottenham pub is 20 yards away from the stadium and includes three full bars, a beer garden, lot of food, and a great atmosphere
- Bricklayers Arms is a traditional pub about 100 yards from stadium and it’s decked out in Spurs memories and memorabilia. This is only for home fans so be careful if you’re wearing the opposing team’s colors.
- The Coach and Horses Pub has the biggest covered beer garden. It’s the best pub for fan’s to sing and the atmosphere is exactly what you’d expect pre and most match.
Tottenham is becoming on of London’s most vibrant spots.
Visit Bruce Castle, Tottenham’s claim to stately fame. The castle was built in the 16th century and was the former family home of Sir Rowland Hill, the inventory of the postage stamp. It’s now a local history museum that backs onto the neighborhood’s loveliest park with a 250-year-old oak tree.
View the Tower Gardens Estate, built as one of the world’s first garden suburbs to provide housing for those affected by slum clearance in East London. The distinctive gable houses were created in the Arts and Crafts style by Edward Riley and stunning to see. The estate is a 20-minute walk from the stadium.
Spitalfields Market is iconic to Tottenham and sells independent hand-crafted and hard-to-find pieces from traders and artists. The Spitalfields Market is about a 25-minute drive from the stadium or a 35-minute bus ride on the 149.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium history
Tottenham Hotspur was formed in 1882 and early matches of the club were played at Tottenham Marshes. When the matches became more popular, the club decided to move to an enclosed ground allowing it to charge an entrance fee and control the crowd. In 1899, the club moved to a piece of land owned by the brewery company Charringtons, behind the White Hart pub. This became the White Hart Lane ground.
Who owns Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is 100% owned by Spurs! It’s 85% owned by billionaire Joe Lewis’ holding firm ENIC International.
Does Tottenham Hotspur Stadium have a roof?
Yes, Tottenham does have a roof. The roof is retractable.
Where to park at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?
If you decide to park, YourParkingSpace offers plenty of off-street parking opportunities but we recommend you come very early because these spots fill up quickly.
How much did the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium cost?
The stadium cost £1 billion to build and is the biggest club ground in London.
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