Tottenham Hotspur Football Club
White Hart Lane
Sunday 29th December 2013
Kick Off 4:10pm
White Hart Lane has been the home of Tottenham Hotspur for well over a century, with the club moving into the North London stadium in 1899.
Its current capacity sits at 36,310, but its record attendance is almost double that – 75,038 supporters attended an FA Cup tie against Sunderland in March 1938.
The Worcester Avenue East Stand houses the most fans, with 10,691, while the Paxton Road North Stand holds 10,086. The other stands are the Park Lane South Stand (8,633) and the High Road West Stand (6,890). Away fans are situated in the corner between South and West stands.
A little known fact about White Hart Lane is that it used to host American Football for a short while in the 1990s, with the now defunct London Monarchs playing their games there.
ROAD TO WHITE HART LANE
From the Britannia Stadium take the M6 Southbound. Merge onto the M1 Junction 1 at the end of the M6.
At Junction 6a, exit the M1 onto the M25, towards M11/M20/Dartford
At Junction 25 of the m25, take the A10 exit to Enfield/Hatfield/London (N &C)
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the A10 heading to London. Continue to follow the A10, going straight on at one roundabout.
Turn left at the next set of traffic lights into White Hart Lane and over a mini roundabout into Creighton Road. Merge back onto White Hart Lane and then turn right at the end of the road onto High Road (A1010). The stadium is then on your left.
Please beware, however, of the London Borough of Haringey's matchday parking regulations where penalties will be issued if you park in around streets nearby the stadium.
160 miles (from the Britannia Stadium) - 2 hours 51 minutes
Take a train to London Euston from Stoke-on-Trent station. From there, take the Victoria Line underground to Seven Sisters and then another on to White Hart Lane station. The stadium is around five minutes walk from here.
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