AWAY DAYS: Tottenham travel information
27th February 2016
Tottenham Hotspur v Swansea City
Sunday, February 28 (2.05pm kick-off)
Address: White Hart Lane, Bill Nicholson Way, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
Telephone: 0844 499 5000
What's it like? Around 1,800 Swans supporters will be situated in one corner in the lower and upper tiers between the South & West Stands. It's a climb to reach the upper tier, but the view is superb and there is spacious leg room. At White Hart Lane the close proximity between the home and away supporters can make for an excellent atmosphere.
Pubs and grub - The choice of pubs for away fans is limited. 'Haringey Irish Club' (N17 8DX) is opposite White Hart Lane station. It has two large bars, as well as Sky TV. Food is also on offer, while parking is priced at £10.
The 'Elmhurst' (N17 6XE), meanwhile, is on Lordship Lane and is a ten-minute walk from the ground. It's a large mock Tudor-style pub with many Sky Sports screens.
Additionally, 'The Three Compasses' (N17 8EJ), on Queen Street (behind Middlesex University), is also recommended and is a five-minute walk from White Hart Lane Station.
Parking - There is no street parking available around the stadium on matchdays as a 'controlled parking zone' is in place a mile around the ground - parking is for residents and blue badge holders only.
Private car parks near the stadium charge up to £15 for a space. If you do park around the area, look at notices attached to lampposts, otherwise you may find your car gets towed away.
By train/tube - White Hart Lane Station is the nearest to the stadium and is only a few minutes walk away. It is served by trains from Liverpool Street. The best station to get to White Hart Lane from is Northumberland Park. Come out of the station and cross the road to Park Lane. It is then a ten-minute walk to the stadium.
The nearest tube station is Seven Sisters (Victoria Line). The ground is a 20-minute walk away, but there are buses running through Tottenham High Road to the ground, although, despite the number of buses being plentiful, not many go past the ground. Those that do have numbers that end in a '9', so take 149, 249, 279 or 349. You can also catch a normal over-ground train from Seven Sisters to White Hart Lane station.
The only option for Paddington Station is the 8am from Swansea, which is due to arrive in at 12.42pm. Trains leaving London are from 5.33pm, 6.33pm, 7.33pm and 7.33pm, with the journey taking four-and-a-half hours.
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