Fans attending the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert on Friday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are asked to take note of the following travel information.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is very accessible by public transport:
– It is served by four stations (White Hart Lane, Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters) which provide access to London Overground, London Underground, Greater Anglia and numerous TfL bus services.
– Free high capacity shuttle bus services to and from the Piccadilly line at Wood Green to connect the stadium with other nearby train stations and services.
There is ample parking for bicycles around the stadium. The walking routes from the stadium to the stations and coach parks are clearly signposted. Stewards will also be available to answer any questions.
Wherever fans come from, especially if they’ve never been to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before, we recommend using the detailed travel advice for this event with the following information to plan your trip in advance. Includes:
– Travel advice for all major axes and transport lines.
– Details of the four main stations in the area, including maps with walking times to the stadium.
– Details of shuttle bus service to and from Piccadilly line services in Wood Green.
– Information on accessible parking and transport.
Access to the Victoria line and interchange between London Underground and Greater Anglia services is available from Tottenham Hale. This station is a shorter walk from the stadium than Seven Sisters.
Tottenham Hale is a fully accessible station.
There will be a taxi rank in operation at Tottenham Hale station.
White Hart Lane
London Overground services will operate six trains per hour in both directions before the concert, all consisting of eight carriages and four trains per hour afterwards.
Supporters traveling to Liverpool Street after the event are advised that the Northumberland Park services have greater capacity and frequency than those at White Hart Lane.
White Hart Lane is a fully accessible station.
See London Overground timetables northbound
Check the London Overground southbound timetable
Fans are advised to use Northumberland Park if using Greater Anglia services as it is a shorter distance from the stadium than Tottenham Hale. Trains from Central London will depart from Liverpool Street or Stratford and fans are advised to check train times before departure.
After the concert there will be eight trains an hour with services to Liverpool Street and Stratford, including Stansted Express services.
All train services are shown at www.nationalrail.co.uk.
See Abellio Greater Anglia’s full timetable
Victoria line services will run every two to three minutes in both directions before the concert. After the concert, the frequency of the service will be reduced from every three minutes at 11:15 to every four to five minutes until 12:00 and then every 10 minutes from 12:16.
Fans using the Victoria line should get off at Tottenham Hale rather than Seven Sisters as it is a shorter distance to the stadium.
Fans are advised to avoid interchange with London Overground services from Seven Sisters as it is likely to be very busy.
There will be a taxi rank in operation at Tottenham Hale station.
More than half of those attending the event are expected to depart from the Tottenham area via the Victoria line. Queues can be expected at the High Road entrance to Seven Sisters station and White Hart Lane station for southbound London Overground services.
Northumberland Park and Tottenham Hale will be less busy and less significant delays are expected at either station.
Queue management systems will be established at all stations. Fans are asked to respect and work with our station staff.
Fans are advised to note the departure times of final trains to the following destinations:
– Victoria line service to central London, night tube service running every 10 minutes after midnight.
– Central line service for Liverpool Street, night tube service running every 10 minutes after midnight.
– Piccadilly line service via Wood Green, night tube service running every 10 minutes after midnight.
– Northern Line and Jubilee Line will also operate with a night tube service.
– The London Overground service southbound from White Hart Lane to Liverpool Street departs at 12.23pm.
– The London Overground northbound service from White Hart Lane to Cheshunt departs at 12:07 and departs at 12:22 to Enfield Town.
– The Greater Anglia service southbound from Northumberland Park to Liverpool Street departs at 12:01.
– The Greater Anglia service southbound from Northumberland Park to Stratford departs at 11.36pm.
– Northbound Greater Anglia trains from Northumberland Park leave Cambridge at 11.45pm and Hertford East at 11.59pm.
– The Greater Anglia service southbound from Tottenham Hale to Stratford and London Liverpool Street departs at 00:17. The last Stansted Express service to Liverpool Street leaves Tottenham Hale at 00:24.
– Liverpool Street to Shenfield departs at 12:55.
– From Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria departs at 12:50.
– Fenchurch Street service to East London, South Essex and Southend Central departs at 00:34.
– Great Northern trains via Finsbury Park run until 01:47am northbound to Welwyn Garden City and southbound until 00:46am to King’s Cross.
– From London Victoria to Gatwick Airport, there is an all-night service.
– London Blackfriars at Gatwick Airport departs at 01:40.
– London Paddington to Reading departs at 12:33.
– The Elizabeth line service from Liverpool Street to Shenfield departs at 00:18, Abbey Wood at 12:10 and Maidenhead at 23:34.
– The London Underground service from South Tottenham to Barking departs at 11.44pm.
A shuttle bus service will operate from Wood Green station (Piccadilly line) to the stadium.
Reserve your seat on a shuttle bus
Please note that our main event day road closure measures will be in place. Details can be found in the trip information here.
Before the concert, the W3 will follow its normal route but services 149, 259, 279 and 349 will be diverted from the road during the road closure period.
Following the event, TfL bus services will return to normal operation as soon as possible after local road closures are lifted. More information on road closures can be found below.
Bus route maps can be you will find the travel information here.
TfL buses only accept cashless payments.
For fans wishing to cycle to the stadium, cycle racks are available at the Tottenham Community Sports Center on the High Road. There is also on-street bicycle parking around the stadium.
Although our Bag policy still applies, stewards will be informed of the need for cyclists to wear helmets, puncture kits and removable seats in the stadium.
You can find maps of the Autopista Ciclista route and bicycle parking you will find the travel information here.