Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

How to get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The easiest way to get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is by public transport. Driving isn’t recommended as there’s a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in operation in the area, and the roads around the stadium are usually closed before, during and after matches. So getting to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is faster, easier and less stressful when you take the bus, train or Underground.

If you’re travelling from London Euston station, you can take the Victoria line to Seven Sisters Underground station, and then walk for roughly 30 minutes to reach the stadium. Alternatively, transfer from Seven Sisters to one of many bus lines going towards Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

As well as Seven Sisters, three other stations serve the stadium: White Hart Lane (on the Overground line), roughly a 5 minute walk away; Northumberland Park, roughly 10 minutes); and Tottenham Hale (Victoria line), roughly 25 minutes away.

Instead of taking the Victoria line to the stadium, you could also take the Circle or Metropolitan lines to Liverpool Street, then transfer to a train towards Northumberland Park or White Hart Lane.

There’s also a free shuttle bus service (must be pre-booked) from Alexandra Palace and Wood Green stations.

What to do at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the home of the Premier League team, Tottenham Hotspur. It hosts the home games of Tottenham Hotspur (better known as Spurs), as well as other footballing events. In 2019, it showed a live screening of the UEFA Champions League Final and FA Women’s Super League games.

The stadium has been designed as a multi-purpose venue, and it has a world-leading design with a retractable football pitch. Beneath the pitch is a synthetic turf field that’s used for NFL games, and it’s the first stadium specifically designed for NFL games outside of North America. It also hosts boxing events, rugby games and music concerts.

About Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The stadium was built between 2016 and 2019 and officially opened on 3rd April 2019 with a game between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace, which was won 2-0 by Spurs. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was built to replace the team’s former stadium, White Hart Lane, and although the current name was supposed to be temporary, it still hasn’t been renamed. Some Spurs fans refer to it as “New White Hart Lane”.

Concerts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Concerts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are a fairly recent addition to the type of events held at this North London venue. Guns N’ Roses and Lady Gaga are two of the superstars lucky enough to have performed at this huge 62,000-capacity stadium, with no doubt that other gigs at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be scheduled in the near future.

There are several routes to and from the stadium using public transport, with rail and tube services being the most efficient and convenient no matter which direction you’re travelling to or from. White Hart Lane Station is one of the closest tube stops for getting to concerts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, just a short walk down the road.


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