Away Day Guide – Tottenham Hotspur
Monday October 23rd, 8PM
A rejuvinated Tottenham under Ange Postecoglou awaits the Whites away, at a stadium that we haven’t won at since 2013. Here’s your away day guide.
GETTING TO THE TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR STADIUM
Fulham supporters are strongly advised to use public transport to get to Tottenham Hotspur as there is no supporter parking at the stadium and the streets surrounding the ground are all within a controlled parking zone, which limits parking to local residents even at weekends.
If you do need to drive, you can come off the M25 at junction 25 and join the A10 heading towards Enfield. Turn left at the roundabout with the North Circular (A406) and left again onto Sterling Way (A406). Take a right into Fore Road (A1010), which will eventually lead into the High Road, and the stadium will be on your left hand side.
BY TRAIN, TUBE OR BUS
White Hart Lane station is the closest to the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in terms of walking distance, which is served by trains from Liverpool Street. Fulham fans may find it easier to get off at Northumberland Park, accessible from Stratford, as that is closer to the away turnstiles.
Seven Sisters – the stop before White Hart Lane on the overground – is the closest tube stop to the stadium (on the Victoria Line). You can get the overground from Seven Sisters to White Hart Lane as the station is around a 35 minute walk from the stadium or get the 149, 249, 279 or 349 buses from outside the station (follow the signs for Exit 1).
Fulham’s official coaches will leave from Craven Cottage and Motspur Park tomorrow as normal, but no more bookings are being taken.
The Antwerp Arms (168-170 Church Road, N17 8AS), which became London’s first community pub after being listed as an asset of community value in 2015, is a legendary pre-match haunt that has allowed home and away fans with great views over Bruce Castle Park. The Antwerp is a renowned real ale pub, with a prominent listing in the CAMRA Good Beer Pride, stocking ales from the local Redemption brewery, and great food options.
Trust members have also been invited to head to the Redemption Brewery Match Day Taproom (Unit 16, Compass West Industrial Estate, West Rd, London N17 0XL), which serves a wide selection of beers brewed on the premises, and provides food from street vendors from north London. The brewery has plenty of with a mobile bar downstairs and accessible seating upstairs. They are open from 11am until 6pm tomorrow.
Fulham fans may wish to drink in Central London before heading to Tottenham Hotspur as most of the other pubs will operate a home fans’ only policy on strict police advice.
Beer is available within the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which supporters should note is entirely cashless.
Tottenham Hotspur have produced this comprehensive guide to their new stadium for away fans. We would like to thank our friends at the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust for their help in compiling this away day guide.