NFL guides and information:
Pre-booked Car Parking
Parking for supporters with access requirements is no longer available in Sainsbury’s car park off of Northumberland Park. Parking has already been allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
All NFL Season Ticket Holders and individual game ticket holders who purchased via Ticketmaster were contacted directly with details of how to book accessible parking.
NFL offered parking to wheelchair users as a priority. If availability allows us to accommodate non-wheelchair users with accessibility requirements, NFL will contact fans directly.
Please note, the Tottenham Hotspur Access Team are unable to assist with car park bookings on NFL Gamedays.
Blue Badge Parking
Due to security restrictions and road closures, fans are advised that certain streets surrounding the stadium will not be accessible on Gamedays. The ‘Blue Badge’ or companion badge will not be valid unless you are a resident on a Homes for Haringey estate. Individuals wishing to park on an estate will need to display a valid visitor scratch card, resident permit or estate disabled permit. Anyone found not displaying a valid permit for the bay they are parked in will receive a Parking Charge Notice.
We are not able to provide a designated drop off/collection point.
The stadium is accessible by four local train stations - White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park. Three of these stations are either undergoing or have undergone extensive refurbishments to improve access and capacity. White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park now have step-free access. Tottenham Hale has step-free access to the Victoria line and the northbound Greater Anglia platform. The southbound Greater Anglia platform is currently not step-free.
All the routes from the stations to the stadium are wheelchair friendly. Wayfinding signage has also been installed on major routes from all stations.
White Hart Lane station is generally the busiest transport hub, especially in the hour before kick-off.
The Alexandra Palace and Wood Green shuttle bus services are fully accessible for wheelchair users, although it should be noted that the stations that they serve are not.
All TfL buses are fully accessible. The East Bus Diversion route facilitates more localised running of TfL buses on matchdays. This means the 349 follows a new, much shorter diversion east along Lansdowne Road, Shelbourne Road and Northumberland Park before re-joining the High Road adjacent to Sainsbury’s.
The West Bus Diversion Route for the 149, 259 and 279 operates as it did when we were at the Lane for the time being, with the intention that they also eventually follow the shorter East Bus Diversion route.
A matchday black taxi rank is in operation on Scotland Green.