have resided at White Hart Lane ever since the ground first opened its gates back in September 1899, and whilst plans are afoot to construct a brand new ground for the North London Club, ‘the lane’ looks set to remain the club’s home for a few more years to come.
The ground itself is easy to reach through a range of public transport links, making it easily accessible to both home and away fans. Read on to discover the quickest and most affordable ways to travel to and from the stadium.
How to get to White Hart Lane
The stadium is well served by local bus routes, with a number of services running along High Road. There are numerous stops within close vicinity of the ground, offering easy access to and from central London and beyond. You can plan your journey in greater detail here
Train and Tubes
White Hart Lane train station is little more than a few minutes’ walk north of the ground, from where you can easily catch a train connecting with the Victoria Line. You can also hop on a direct train to Liverpool Street Station, one of central London’s main rail hubs.
The postcode for White Hart Lane is N17 0AP and on-street parking is available outside of match days for those looking to visit the club shop or take a stadium tour. On match days, however, strict parking regulations are in place and finding a space anywhere near the ground is difficult.
If you’re travelling from central London then follow the A10 north (you can also connect to this road via the M25).
Lift share to and from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane
Taking your car to White Hart Lane needn’t be expensive, especially if you set a few minutes aside to arrange for a car share. Invite friends or strangers to join you on your journey and ask them to chip in for the cost of petrol and parking. You can even take the opportunity to check out some of London’s top sights
along the way!