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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Event Day Information
Major event days at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium will result in additional parking controls and road closures coming into operation. A major test event is defined as any match or event at the stadium with a capacity of over 10,000 people. The information below sets out how this will impact local residents and businesses.
- Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ’s)
- Road closures
- Parking suspensions around Tottenham Stadium
- How to report an issue
- Find out when Spurs are playing at home
- Public Transport: Buses, Overground and Underground
- Clean-up operation after games
- Further information
- Visit our CPZ pages for information about the controlled parking zones around the stadium on match and event days, including operational hours, maps of the locations and how to apply for event day parking permits
- Visit the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link) for more information and FAQ’s about the CPZ’s
The increased numbers of people visiting the stadium and updated safety and security requirements mean some roads closest to the stadium will be closed on major event days. General traffic will not be able to access the High Road between White Hart Lane and Lordship Lane/Lansdowne Road from up to three hours, but more likely two hours, before kick-off and one hour afterwards. Worcester Avenue, Whitehall Street (from the High Road to Love Lane), Love Lane and Park Lane will also be subject to closures.
- Visit the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link) for information about which roads will be closed before, during and after a match and how this may affect you
A number of resident parking bays around the stadium will be suspended on match and event days to allow for security arrangements and spectator access or queueing. These suspensions will last all day, so please check before you park. Advanced notices will be put in place seven days before each match or event to inform you when suspensions are in effect.
Residents may use alternative parking nearby, but if you leave your car parked in these suspended spaces, it may be relocated to a neighbouring street by a removal vehicle.
If you believe your car may have been removed or towed away you can contact:
- the London-wide TRACE service:
- Trace your vehicle online (external link)
- text "TRACE" followed by your Vehicle Registration Mark to 66663 - you may be charged for this service
- call TRACE Customer Services Helpdesk 0300 077 0100
- the Haringey Council car pound on 0330 135 8949 - please note: calls may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes
Visit the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link) for further information and FAQ’s about parking suspensions around the stadium.
Haringey Council are working with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to monitor operations around the stadium during a match or event to help improve the experience for future matches and events. Visit the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Post Event Feedback page (external link) to report an incident.
If you would still like to raise an issue during a match or event at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, visit one of the following pages where you will be able to log your concern:
- Street Cleaning/Waste Management
- Anti-Social Behaviour - or call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if the crime is in progress
Alternatively, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club will be monitoring how the stadium operates - visit the Tottenham Hotspur feedback page (external link) to provide any feedback or to log a concern.
- Visit the Tottenham Hotspur fixture page (external link) to find out when Spurs are playing at home and sign up to receive automatic fixture updates and pre-match alerts
The High Road will be closed to buses and general traffic on event days from two hours before the start time, during, and up to one hour after the event finishes, and it will be necessary to run some bus diversions.
The routes affected include: 149, 259, 279 and 349. Please see the TfL website (external link) to plan your journey and to check before you travel.
Visit the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link) for more information (including maps) on the bus diversions.
Overground and Underground
Before and after matches at the stadium, TfL and Tottenham Hotspur's will implement specific event day operation plans for Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale, Northumberland Park and White Hart Lane stations. This means temporary barriers being erected outside stations near the end of a game to manage queues and, in some cases, restrict access.
It is the post-match period when queues at our local stations will be at their longest and there will be one queue for all.
We would recommend that you check before you travel and avoid the busy post-match period.
Visit the Tottenham Hotspur website (external link) for more information.
For the remaining 2018-2019 home games we know there is going to be increased demand on the area, with thousands attending the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. We want to assure residents that both Haringey Council and Tottenham Hotspur will be monitoring the impact and running clean-up operations in the area.
As with any change of this scale, we expect there will be a learning period, and we will be using this to prepare for next season too. We’ll be doing everything we can to minimise the impact.
If you do notice a big build-up of rubbish around the stadium, please send photos to Veolia at firstname.lastname@example.org stating the full location details so that we can get a complete picture.
If you need to find out more match and event day information or have any questions regarding the new stadium, you can visit Tottenham Hotspur - Ask Spurs (external link) or call 020 3946 4040.