Tottenham Hotspur (known as Spurs) are based in Tottenham, North London. Spurs are one of only two UK football clubs (the other being Manchester United) to have won trophies in every decade since the 1900s. The 1960s were their most successful decade, with Spurs winning three FA Cups, the League title and the European Cup Winners Cup. They were the first English team to win both a League and Cup Double and a European trophy. White Hart Lane is in Bill Nicholson Way – named after the manager of the cherished Double-winning team.
Tottenham fans take great pride when their team plays attractive passing football and many much-loved players over the years have been some of the most skilful in the game. A visit to White Hart Lane means you can see where names such as Danny Blanchflower, Ossie Ardiles, Glenn Hoddle, David Ginola and Gary Lineker have played.
White Hart Lane has been the home of Tottenham Hotspur since 1899. Plans are afoot for a new stadium over the next few years, so the right time to take a step into Tottenham history is now! Tours of White Hart Lane are available twice a day (11.30am and 2pm) and three times on a Saturday (10am, 12pm and 2.30pm). If you’re planning to combine a match and tour, it’s important to note that there are no tours on match day weekends or the day before or after a weekday fixture.
There is a shop on site and the Spurs Megastore is open at varying times during the week – Mon and Tues (10am – 5pm), Wed to Sat (9.30am – 5.30pm) and Sun (10am – 4pm).
Tottenham fans love the traditions of their club and have to look back several decades to their most successful period. However, by breaking into the Premier League top four last season and a place in the Champions League, the future for the Lilywhites looks rosy. White Hart Lane is awaiting your visit!
Getting to White Hart Lane:
BY ROAD - If arriving from the North, leave the M1 at J6a, onto the M25 towards Dartford.
- Leave the M25 at J25, taking the A10 towards Hatfield / Enfield.
- At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Great Cambridge Road towards Enfield/London(C)/London(N)
- Follow the A10 for a further 6 miles before turning left into White Hart Lane.
- At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit (Creighton Road), turning right onto the A1010 after around 300 yards.
- Bill Nicholson Way is immediately on your left.
- If arriving from the South, leave the M23 at J8 and take the M25 exit towards M4/M1.
- Follow signs towards Westerham / Dartford merging on to the M25. Exit at J5 towards Bromley.
- Re-merge with the M25 and exit at J27 onto the M11 towards London (NE).
- Take the N. Circular / A406 (W) exit. Merge onto the A406 and take the A1010/Tottenham exit.
- Merge onto Sterling Way, turning left at Fore Street. Bill Nicholson Way is on the left.
The nearest railway station is White Hart Lane (a 5 minute walk from the stadium) which joins the Victoria Line tube service via Seven Sisters.
The nearest tube stations are Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale (also Victoria Line) and are within a 20-minute walk of White Hart Lane. Both stations connect with the main line station, Liverpool Street.
Stansted Airport is a 30-minute train journey from Tottenham Hale.
White Hart Lane,
Bill Nicholson Way
748 High Road
0844 499 5000