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Supporter guide: Tottenham vs Wycombe

26 January 2017

All you need to know if you're heading to the Lane on Saturday.

Itinerary at a glance
9.30am: shop opens at Adams Park for merchandise sales and ticket collection
11.30am: shop closes
11.30am: coaches depart
3pm: kick-off
4.45pm: full-time
7pm: Caledonian Suite open for fans returning to Adams Park

Ticket collections
Pre-booked tickets can be collected from Adams Park between 9am and 5pm Wednesday to Friday, and from 9.30am to 11.30am on the morning of the game. Fans who selected the option for tickets to be posted should receive them the following day.

Tottenham are unable to arrange for pre-booked tickets to be collected from White Hart Lane - therefore any fans unable to collect from Adams Park will need to contact the ticket office on 01494 441118 to arrange a first-class postal delivery.

Visit the shop at Adams Park from 9.30am to 11.30am on the day of the game to pick up your Chairboys merchandise.

Coach travel
New bookings are not guaranteed to be accepted from Thursday evening onwards, but please call the numbers below to check for availability.

Prices for OWWSA members
Adults: £14
Seniors (60+): £13
Juniors (18 and under): £12

Price for non-OWWSA members
All non-members: £18 (no refund is game is cancelled)

Coaches will depart Adams Park at 11.30am. Please arrive in good time to ensure you can park and find the right coach.

Members should call Graham on 07876 267301.

Non-members should call Lynden on 07857 680524.

Supporters must pay at the time of booking and can do so by credit/debit card over the phone.

Rail travel
White Hart Lane London Overground station is four minutes' walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria Line tube service via Seven Sisters.

Northumberland Park mainline station is eight minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria line tube service at Tottenham Hale station. Trains run from both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations to Liverpool Street Station, direct trains take about 20 minutes.

If you're travelling into London from High Wycombe, Chiltern Railways have asked supporters to purchase their tickets in advance to reduce queues at the station.

Bus travel
There are a number of excellent bus services from Seven Sisters running past the Stadium entrance (Routes 149, 259, 349 and W3 all pass the ground). If you are travelling from inside London, visit If you are travelling from outside London, visit Check the website prior to each home match for the special National Express Matchday timetables.

A taxi rank is available at Tottenham Hale Station.

Travelling by car or minibus
The stadium is located on Tottenham High Road (A1010) and is one mile south of the A406 (North Circular Road). You can easily join the A406 from the M25 (junction 25), M11 (junction 4) and the A10. The M25 is 15-20 minutes from the stadium. From the City,
follow the A10 to Bruce Grove, then straight on to the High Road.

The Controlled Parking Zone for residents operates to an approximate 1 mile radius around the Stadium. Vehicles who park within the zone without displaying a valid resident’s permit will be subject to a parking violation ticket.

Railway Stations with car parks and direct routes to either White Hart Lane or Northumberland Park stations are Cheshunt, Broxbourne, Enfield Town and Harlow Town.

Fans displaying a valid ‘blue badge’ issued by local authorities to those with mobility restrictions, are able to park within any vacant resident’s parking bays for a period of three hours.

Disabled supporters who are travelling on arranged minibus services should contact the Club in advance for advice on parking.

Please note that there is NO official parking at the ground and very limited street parking where a resident’s parking scheme operates on matchdays. Most journeys to the Lane will be quicker and more reliable by public transport.

Accessing the stadium
There are extensive building works and diversions going on at the ground at present as construction continues on the new stadium, but visiting fans should not encounter any difficulty in accessing the stadium. There is a dedicated queuing procedure outside the stadium for visiting supporters entering the turnstiles that will be in operation. Fans should use Park Lane/High Road junction by the Club Megastore for their seats in the South Stand Upper or Lower tier, where they will then be directed by staff to the relevant queue; access is also clearly noted by tall banners for the relevant tier of the stadium.

There are stringent security checks in place (including dogs checking for explosives and pyrotechnics) and these are not reduced should queues build up. Turnstiles are open two hours before kick off to allow fans plenty of time to come through. Due to the construction work mentioned, there are no longer any “left luggage” facilities at the ground. Only small bags can be brought in to the stadium.

Flags and banners
Tottenham are happy to accommodate static flags where limited room allows, subject to search and at the discretion of the Safety Officer. The general regulation around flags or banners within the stadium is that they should not display any overt political slogans, must have the necessary certificates to meet fire regulations, should not carry any discriminatory, racist or abusive language nor should they contain any element that may be considered or interpreted as inflammatory and must be of appropriate size and not be on any pole longer than one metre in length.

Staff will ask that the flags and banners are unfurled and available for searching prior to accessing the stadium. Supporters should send any images and fire certificates across to Tottenham in advance of the match on

Drums are not permitted inside the stadium.

Fan Liaison Officers
Spurs have a team of dedicated Fan Liaison Officers who are on hand around the exterior of the stadium and the roads surrounding the ground, to assist fans with any enquiry they may have. These stewards are clearly identified by their blue & white bibs and will be delighted to help.

Food and drink
In terms of refreshments available for the fans on the visitors concourses – Spurs will be selling Carlsberg, Somersby Cider,  Tetley Bitter and a guest ale (subject to availability) along with pies/hotdogs/burgers both pre-match and at half-time. The Haringey Irish Centre on Pretoria Road, N17 8DX is away fan friendly pub and happy to serve visiting supporters along with the Elmhurst Arms 131 Lordship Lane, N17 6XE.

Cash machine
The nearest cash machine is located outside the Megastore and at Sainsbury’s on Northumberland Park. (Subject to small admin fee).

Join us for a drink
The Caledonian Suite at Adams Park will be open whatever the result to meet the fans returning to Adams Park on the coaches. The bar will be open, but no food will be served.

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