Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Enjoy the exhilarating ambience of a match day at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Besides Premier League (England’s top league) fixtures, the stadium also hosts NFL games, which are played on an artificial surface hidden beneath the retractable grass soccer pitch. Join a 90-minute guided tour of the stadium—or brave the Sky Walk, which involves scaling the stadium roof before rappelling down to ground level.
Things to Know Before You Go
Take your credit card, as the stadium goes cashless on match days.
Bag searches delay entry—if possible, leave yours behind.
The stadium has a wide range of dining and drinking options.
The stands offer wheelchair-accessible seating.
How to Get There
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is well-served by public transit. White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations are located a 5-to-10-minute walk from the stadium; Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters stations are about a 30-minute walk away.
When to Get There
The Premier League season runs from August to May, with most games taking place on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Doors open two hours before kickoff—get there early to beat the rush. For tours, arrive at least 15 minutes before the listed start time.
Where to Sit
To experience a loud, electrifying atmosphere, book a ticket to sit among the Spurs fans in the stadium’s South Stand. Capable of seating 17,500 screaming supporters, the South Stand is the largest single-tier stand in the United Kingdom. Those in the stand’s front row are a mere 16 feet (4.9 meters) from the goal line.
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