Fan Parking Information
Driving is not advised. The Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) is twice the size it was in 2017 and there is now a range of alternative travel options.
There will be no parking available for general admission fans at the new stadium.
As with the old stadium, a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) will be in operation – the boundaries of which have been extended by Haringey and Enfield Councils following consultation with local residents.
The road closures will also mean that, if you choose to travel by car, you will not be able to exit any car parking facility within the road closure area for one hour after the final whistle.
Therefore, in most cases, we discourage fans from driving to the stadium, so please explore your public transport options before travelling.
Local resident and owner parking information:
Following consultation with local residents, the existing event day controlled parking zone, otherwise known as a CPZ, around the stadium has been extended by the London Boroughs of Haringey and Enfield. It will be in force for the first event and will cover a larger area than before.
If you park on street, you will need a valid CPZ, Homes for Haringey or Blue Badge permit in these areas.
If you do not have a valid CPZ, HfH or Blue Badge permit, or now live in a property included in the event day CPZ and park on-street, you will need to apply for one. You can do so by contacting your local authority: London Borough of Haringey, Homes for Haringey, London Borough of Enfield
If you have a visitor, they'll be able to park using the current visitor voucher issued by your local authority or Homes for Haringey. If you reside within the traffic management zone they will need to arrive before road closures come into operation.
More information including maps can be found here:
How will I know if my parking is restricted?
For details of the times of operation of your CPZ on an event day please visit your local authorities website for further information.
Parking bay suspensions will be advertised seven days before each event. If you leave your car parked in a suspended space, it will be relocated to a neighbouring street.
If your car is moved, you'll need to contact Trace (Towed Vehicle Tracing services) on 0845 206 8602 or trace.london.com
More information including maps can be found in the guide here: How will the event day CPZ work? Page 12-14
How do I apply for a CPZ?
If you do not have a valid CPZ, HfH or Blue Badge permit, or now live in a property included in the event day CPZ and park on-street, you will need to apply for one. You can do so via your local authorities website: London Borough of Haringey, Homes for Haringey, London Borough of Enfield
Local Resident Blue Badge Holders
If you are blue badge holder and live in an event day CPZ
You can park as usual by displaying your permit or blue badge issued by Haringey or Enfield councils.
If you do not have a CPZ permit you will need to show stewards or marshals at vehicle permit check points a valid proof of address within Haringey or Enfield district. This could be your driver’s licence or a utility bill.
If you are a Blue Badge holder and visiting someone within the road closures
If you are visiting someone affected by the road closures, you will need to arrive before these come into operation. For more information and breakdown of how the road closures might affect you please visit tottenham.com/local and download our guide for local residents and businesses.
If you are a Blue Badge holder and do not live within the Traffic Management Zone (a valid proof of address will be requested at vehicle permit checkpoints) you will not be permitted access once road closures are in affect (2hrs pre, during, and 1 hr post event). You will need to travel in advance of these, or park outside of the Traffic Management Zone.
Can I park in Sainsbury's car park on match days?
Yes, you can park here if you are a Sainsbury's customer. However, please note that the capacity for the car park is reduced on match days and you can only park for 90 minutes at a time. You will be fined if you overstay.Back to Top