Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Aerial View
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Arne Mueseler

Address: 782 High Rd, London N17 0BX Tel: 0344 844 0102

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Stats

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Away Capacity3,000
OwnerTottenham Hotspur Football Club
Year Built2019
Average Attendance60,240 (2022-23 season)
Record Attendance62,850 (Tottenham Hotspur vs. Man City, 2019)

Tottenham Hotspur Stats
Year Founded1882
NicknamesThe Spurs, Lilywhites
Club MascotChirpy the Cockerel
Rival ClubsArsenal, Chelsea, West Ham United
Record ScorerHarry Kane (280 Goals)
Record AppearancesSteve Perryman (854 appearances)
OwnerENIC Group
Shirt SponsorAIA

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Seating Plan

North Stand17,500Houses the Sky Walk, a glass walkway giving bird’s-eye view of the pitch from a height of about 40 meters.
East Stand17,000Premium & Hospitality Seats
South Stand “The Wall”17,500Impressive single tier design, one of the largest in Europe.
West Stand13,350Premium & Hospitality Seats

As with many top flight clubs the easiest way to get access to tickets is to become a One Hotspur Member. These start at £45 per season for adults and £20 per season for juniors.

For Category A games (vs the big 6) Tottenham tickets prices range from:

  • Adults – £65 to £103
  • Seniors – £32.50 to £41.50
  • Young Adults – £49 to £62.50
  • Juniors – £32.50 to £41.50

If membership isn’t your preferred choice of getting tickets you can try sites like and .

Getting to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

By Car: There is no car parking available at the stadium and some local road are closed on match days. The closures vary throughout the match day and are most widespread in the hour before the game and the hour after the final whistle. The roads closed at peak times are Park Lane, High Road, Worcester Avenue, Bromley Road and Whitehall Street.

There is accessible parking options for supporters with disabilities and you need to email [email protected] to arrange. You need to arrive early as the spaces are on roads that will be closed before the match.

By Bus: The stadium is on the following bus routes: 149, 259, 279, 349, W3. The N279 night bus also passes the stadium. There are bus stops on High Road and Northumberland Park Road right outside the stadium.

There is a free shuttle bus available to all supporters and runs regularly between the ground and Alexandra Palace and Wood Green. Services run for 3 hours before the game and 2 hours after the final whistle. You still need to book a ticket for the free service here

By Train: There are four stations near to the stadium; White Hart Lane (London Overground) is a 5 minute walk from the stadium. Northumberland Park is a 10 minute walk, Tottenham Hale is 25 minute walk and Seven Sisters is 30 minute walk away.

Being in London there are a huge range of hotel options across the city, the two affordable choices closest to the stadium are:

Premier Inn London Tottenham Hale Hotel
Station Rd, London N17 9LR Tel: 0333 234 6596

Travelodge London Edmonton
3 Smythe Cl., London N9 0TW Tel: 0871 984 6494

With the stadium being relatively new there are plenty of facilities on top of all the usual ones to expect at a venue of this kind including; Tottenham Experience Club Shop, Accessible Entrances, 250 wheelchair bays and 500 easy access seats, accessible toilets, changing facilities.

Additionally there is audio descriptive services, hearing loops in every catering kiosk, a sensory suite and dedicated team for accessibility facilities contactable on [email protected].

Other attractions at the stadium include go-karting, the Dare Skywalk which will take you on top of the stadium and get you views across London, Stadium tours, The Edge (a controlled jump from the 42m peak of the stadium and art gallery.