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If you’re heading to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on match day, plan your visit carefully. Parking near White Hart Lane is challenging during popular events, like Club games. White Hart Lane is a railway station approximately 8 miles North of London, close to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. In 2019, the newly constructed stadium replaces its predecessor, White Hart Lane Stadium.
With a capacity of more than 62,000, the arena is London’s largest. The venue has a multi-purpose design to host the Premier League’s Tottenham Hotspur Club games, as well as concerts, NFL games, and other events.
Tottenham Hotspur administrators strongly discourage driving or parking near White Hart Lane on match day, due to road closures and high traffic areas. Public transportation is an alternative for fans who want easy access to the stadium. Just Park also gives parking options around Tottenham for stadium events, including reserving driveways and off-street parking.
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Parking is not available at the stadium for attendees with general admission tickets. Like the previous venue, Controlled Zone Parking or CPZ is in effect around the stadium during special events. These road closures may cause on-street parking challenges.
Parking in White Hart Lane areas is restricted on match days. No cars within the CPZ may exit parking facilities until an hour beyond a match’s final whistle. Just Park is your match-day ally with more than 170 parking spaces available in the area. Use the Just Park app to reserve a parking spot in advance, ensuring peace of mind on match day.
There are several ways to access the stadium via public transport. Four trains bring fans to the area, including White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale, and Northumberland Park. For the first time, the Club is providing free shuttle service from train stations to the venue for those fans who book shuttle seats in advance. These shuttles run regularly between Wood Green and Alexandra Palace stations to the stadium for three hours prior and two hours after the game. TfL bus routes also access the venue. Big Green Coach offers bus rides to the stadium from several towns in the heartlands.
Parking is available for the disablled. However, parking in White Hart Lane spaces are also limited and fall within the road closure areas. Please contact the stadium to plan accessibility for disablled fans. Plan to arrive early and wait to leave after the game.
To ensure the safety of residents, businesses, and fans, officials close several roads and suspend parking bays near the stadium, before games begin. Only emergency vehicles and businesses with special <a href=”https://i.tottenhamhotspur.com/hc/en-us/articles/209485025-Parking-For-Locals-Residents-Business-Owners”>permits</a> may access closed roads.
Near White Hart Lane, parking is free on bank and public holidays for Pay-by-Phone, on-street parking. In addition, vehicles in the CPZ may park without permits. However, exceptions include stadium games and events. On these days, restrictions are fully enforced.
Fans may not drop-off and pick-up close to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Even temporary parking in White Hart Lane areas is challenging on match days. Plan in advance by booking a shuttle seat, walking, or riding a bicycle to the stadium.
Besides the immensely popular, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, tourists and locals visit Tottenham’s wetlands and nature reserves. Walthamstow Wetlands offers hiking, fishing, and birdwatching on its 521 acres. From sports to nature, the Tottenham-area is a must-see experience for those visiting London.