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Nearest train station to White Hart Lane

Trains to White Hart Lane

If you're planning to get the train to White Hart Lane stadium, head to its namesake: White Hart Lane station. It's a short walk to the west of the Tottenham Hotspur ground, and there are special services to the station on match days. It's served by London Overground services from London Liverpool Street, Cheshunt and Enfield Town. An alternative is Northumberland Park station, which is served by Great Anglia trains from Stratford and Bishops Stortford.

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About White Hart Lane

Although White Hart Lane is modest in size compared to other Premier League football grounds - it has a capacity of just over 36,000 - the fans of Tottenham Hotspur FC can make it sound five times that size when their team is performing on the pitch. And the team has a long and illustrious history of doing just that. Spurs were the first club in the 20th century to win the League and Cup Double, clinching it in 1962, and they have four European cup competitions to their name too.

The size of the stadium does mean that getting tickets to home games at White Hart Lane can be difficult, and you should try to book as far in advance as possible. Games and the seats are divided into different price categories, and so tickets to watch Tottenham Hotspur can cost anywhere between £32 and £81.

Tottenham also offer tours of White Hart Lane seven days a week, with the exception of match days. The stadium tours include the dugout and technical area, dressing rooms and directors box, the press auditorium and the trophy room including the clubs many honours. The tours last about ninety minutes - as with match tickets, it's a good idea to book in advance.

White Hart Lane Details

Address

748 High Rd
Tottenham
London
N17 0AP

0844 844 0102

Opening times

Monday to Sunday: 11:00 to 14:00 daily (for tours)

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