Tottenham release important information for those attending the screening event

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are just two sleeps from the biggest match in their history, as they prepare to face Liverpool in the Champions League final on Saturday.

While over 16,000 Spurs supporters will travel to Madrid to watch the game live on June 1, the majority missed out on tickets and will have to resort to other measures.

Luckily, Tottenham have recognised the fact that the tickets barely put a dent in their season ticket holders, yet alone One Hotspur members and wider fans.

Therefore, they have decided to hold a unique screening event, inviting 62,062 fans to the brand new stadium to watch the game together. The match will be shown on BT Sport via the huge screens around the stadium.

However, the club have now released some important information ahead of the match, which we have broken down into handy bullet points.

  • Do not drive – The club advise fans to use public transport as roads and parking zones will be closed.
  • Be aware of the last trains in case of extra-time and penalties (full times can be found here).
  • Shuttle bus – The normal shuttle services from Alexandra Palace and Wood Green stations will run as usual – last buses vary depending on how long the match goes on for (full times here).
  • Victoria Line – Those using the Victoria line should walk from Tottenham Hale as it is quicker.
  • Queuing arrangements – There are new queuing arrangements at all four stations, White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale, and Northumberland Park.
  • South – Those travelling South to Liverpool Street after the match should walk to Northumberland Park or Seven Sisters.

For the full release from Tottenham – click here


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