Tottenham Hotspur

Wembley Stadium

Capacity: 90,000 (all seated)
Address: Empire Way, London, HA9 0WS*
Telephone: 0344 499 5000
Ticket Office: 0344 844 0102**
Stadium Tours: 0800 169 9933
Pitch Size: 105m x 68m
Pitch Type: Grass
Club Nickname: Spurs
Year Ground Opened: 2007***
Undersoil Heating: Yes
Shirt Sponsors: AIA
Kit Manufacturer: Nike
Home Kit: White and Navy
Away Kit: Navy and Light Blue
Third Kit: Light and Dark Green

Wembley Stadium Arch
Wembley Stadium Arch
East Stand
East Stand
North Stand
North Stand
West Stand
West Stand
East and South Stands
East and South Stands
Looking Towards The North Stand
Looking Towards The North Stand
Looking Towards The West Stand
Looking Towards The West Stand
Spurs At Wembley Stadium
Spurs At Wembley Stadium
New Stadium Preview

With the Club building a new 61,559 all seater stadium, on the existing White Hart Lane site, then the Club will play all their competitive home matches at Wembley Stadium for one season. It is expected that the new White Hart Lane Stadium (or whatever it ends up being called in a likely corporate sponsorship deal) is scheduled to open for the start of the 2018/19 season.

With the Club successfully playing a number of Champions League and Europa League fixtures at Wembley Stadium last season and attracting crowds in excess of 80,000, then it seemed logical for the Club to take up residence whilst their new stadium is being built. Not have the club chosen to play in the largest stadium in the country, in terms of capacity, but in my mind the best also in terms of design and facilities.

The most striking external feature of the stadium is ‘The Arch,’ towering some 133 metres above it. It comprises of white tubular steel that can be seen from many miles away in the local area. It looks particularly spectacular at night when it is lit up. Outside the stadium is a statue of England World Cup Winner Bobby Moore.

The Club have recently announced that they have made progress in resolving the issues that have delayed the opening of the new stadium and are now aiming to open the new 62,060 all-seater stadium in early April 2019. Before that can happen the Club are to hold to 'warm up' events at the new stadium. The first of these will be an Under 18's Academy Match against Southampton on Sunday, March 24th, where up to 30,000 fans with be attendance. The following Saturday (March 30th) will see a legends match against Inter Milan, with up to 45,000 fans attending. If the relevant safety test certificates are then granted, the Club can go ahead with the full opening on Wednesday 3rd of April against Crystal Palace.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium was originally believed to be costing in the region of £450m, however reports suggest that it has risen, be almost doubling this figure since then. The new stadium features a large single tiered home stand at the South End, which with a capacity of 17,500, which will be the largest in Britain. The stadium also has a fully retractable grass pitch, which will have an artificial surface below. The artificial pitch will be used for American NFL matches, music concerts and other events. You can view live webcams of the construction on the new stadium website.

Tottenham left their White Hart Lane home at the end of the 2016/17 season and it was anticipated that they would be away for one season, but this will now be stretched to a season and a half at least. Plus the escalating costs of the new stadium must be putting a strain on the Club's finances.

Thanks to Douglas Bagley for sharing the photo below of the South Stand at the new stadium taken in January 2019.

South Stand New Tottenham Hostpur Stadium

Below is a video shot by Tottenham fan Chris Cowlin, showing the new stadium from many angles!

The above video was produced by Chris Cowlin and made publicly available via YouTube.

Away fans are housed in the South East corner of the stadium in the lower tier. Although the stadium has a capacity of 90,000 only 3,000 tickets will be made available for Premier League games to visiting supporters, which is compliant with League rules. For Cup games then further blocks in the lower tier of the South Stand extending around towards the half line may also be allocated.

Most English football fans look forward to a trip to Wembley and this should be no exception. For some, this will also be quite a novelty this season to see their team play a league or cup game on the hallowed turf. The facilities within the stadium are excellent and the concourses spacious. On the concourses, they also have betting facilities, programme kiosks as well as a number of flat screened televisions. There are plenty of food and drink outlets available, meaning that queues never seem to get too long. There is a range of Pies on sale including Steak and Ale, Chicken Balti and Bombay Vegetable (all £4.30). There is also an offer of a Pie and a Pint of beer for £9, The views inside of the game going on are generally good and the leg room adequate. Add in an excellent PA system and some of the largest digital screens in the country, then the stadium may well be rocking!

New Bag Policy

Please note that Wembley Stadium have introduced restrictions on the size of bags that can be taken into the stadium. This applies to all supporters. Bags that are larger than A4 in size (Height 297mm, Width 210mm and Depth 210mm), will need to be dropped at a dedicated bag drop at the stadium at a cost of £5 per item. Bags can then be collected from the bag drop after the match has finished.

The designated pub for away supporters is the Green Man, which is located on Dagmar Avenue on Wembley Hill. For many years this pub has been a popular venue for fans visiting Wembley Stadium and is around a 15-20 minute walk away. The pub also offers parking which is free for coaches, but minibuses cars are charged £20 and £15 respectively, these should be pre-booked. See the Green Man Hotel website for more details and location map. Although there are plenty of other pubs and bars around Wembley, most of these do not admit visiting supporters. Otherwise, it may be an idea to plan to drink in Central London before the game or at a pub located near to one of the tube stations such as Harrow-on-the-Hill, that are on the same tube line to Wembley.

Near to the stadium is the London Designer Outlet which has a number of eating places such as TGI Fridays, Frankie & Benny’s and Nando’s, which also serve alcohol. Beer is also available to buy within Wembley Stadium itself in the form of pints of Carlsberg Lager (£4.95), Somersby Cider (£4.95) and Tetley's Bitter (£4.50).

Wembley Stadium has been labelled as a 'public transport' destination, meaning that there is limited parking available at the stadium itself and there is also a residents only parking scheme in operation in the local area. The pricing and availability of stadium parking varies per event. More information and bookings can be made on the official Wembley Stadium Parking website. There is also the option of renting a private driveway near Wembley Stadium via

The stadium is well signposted from the end of the M1 & M40. Basically the stadium is just off the A406 North Circular Road. 

From the M1:

At the roundabout at the end of the M1, turn right onto the A406 (North Circular/West Wembley). Continue along the A406 for a couple of miles and then after crossing a metal suspended bridge, you will pass a McDonalds on your left. At the traffic lights with an Ikea Store on one corner bear left onto Drury Way. Keeping the Ikea store on your right go straight across the next two roundabouts. You will pass a Tesco petrol station on your right and then at the traffic lights turn left into Grand Central Avenue (B4557). The stadium is at the end of this road.

I would recommend parking at one of the tube stations at the end of the Metropolitan line such as Uxbridge, Hillingdon or Ruislip or at Stanmore on the Jubilee line and then take the tube to Wembley Park.

London Underground tube map (takes you to the Transport For London website).

Zeelo logo Zeelo are running direct coach services for home fans travelling to Wembley Stadium. With the busy queues at Wembley Park Station, Zeelo offers a hassle free service straight to the Wembley gates. Travel in a comfortable coach, with a guaranteed seat and soak in the atmosphere with other fans. This family-friendly service has special rates for seniors and children with prices starting from as little as £12 return. 
Check the Zeelo website for more details.

Wembley Park Tube SignThe nearest London Underground station is Wembley Park which is around a ten minute walk from the stadium. This is served by both the Jubilee & Metropolitan lines, although it is best to take the latter as it has less stops. Wembley Central is slightly further away from the stadium and has both rail & underground connections. This underground station is served by the Bakerloo line, whilst the railway station is on the London Euston-Milton Keynes line. The nearest train station is Wembley Stadium which is on the London Marylebone-Birmingham line.

For travelling across London by public transport I recommend planning your journey ahead with the use of the Travel For London Plan your journey website.

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Common with most Clubs, Tottenham Hotspur operates a category system (A, B & C) for matches whereby tickets cost more for the most popular matches. Category A prices are first shown below with Category B & C prices in brackets.

Home Fans

North & South Stands (Middle Tier): Adults £95 (A) £80 (B) £70 (C), Concessions £38 (A) £32 (B) £28 (C)
North & South Stands (Lower Tier Centre): Adults £75 (A) £55 (B) £45 (C), Concessions £30 (A) £22 (B) £18 (C)
North & South Stands (Lower Tier Wings): Adults £70 (A) £50 (B) £40 (C), Concessions £28 (A) £20 (B) £16 (C) 
North & South Stands (Lower Tier Outer Wings): Adults £54 (A) £45 (B) £35 (C), Concessions £22 (A) £18 (B) £14 (C)
North & South Stands (Upper Tier): Adults £48 (A) £45 (B) £35 (C), Concessions £20 (A) £18 (B) £14 (C)
North Stand (Rear Upper Tier): Adults £45 (A) £40 (B) £30 (C), Concessions £18 (A) £16 (B) £12 (C)
North Stand (Rear Upper Tier Wings): Adults £35 (A) £30 (B) £20 (C), Concessions £14 (A) £12 (B) £18 (C)
West & East Stands (Middle Tier): Adults £70 (A) £60 (B) £50 (C), Concessions £28 (A) £24 (B) £20 (C)
West & East Stands (Upper Lower Tier): Adults £54 (A) £45 (B) £35 (C), Concessions £22 (A) £18 (B) £14 (C)
West & East Stands (Lower Tier): Adults £52 (A) £42 (B) £32 (C), Concessions £21 (A) £17 (B) £13 (C)
West & East Stands (Upper Tier): Adults £45 (A) £40 (B) £30 (C), Concessions £18 (A) £16 (B) £12 (C)
Middle Tier Stadium Corners: Adults £75 (A) £65 (B) £55 (C), Concessions £30 (A) £26 (B) £22 (C)

Away Fans: 

As per an agreement with all Premier League Clubs, away fans will be charged a maximum price of those shown below for all League games:

Adults £30
Over 65's £19
Under 18's £17

Concessions apply to Over 65's/Under 18's.

For a block seating plan of Wembley showing the relevant price categories please visit the official Tottenham Hotspur website 

Official Programme £3.50

Tottenham Hotspur fixture list (takes you to the BBC Sports Website).

For details of disabled facilities and club contact at the ground please visit the relevant page on the Level Playing Field website

Record Attendance

At Wembley Stadium:
85,512 v Bayer Leverkusen Champions League, 2nd November 2016
This is the highest ever attendance recorded by an English Club for a home match.

Average Attendance

At Wembley Stadium
2017-2018: 67,953 (Premier League)

At White Hart Lane
2016-2017: 31,639 (Premier League)
2015-2016: 35,776 (Premier League)

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Special thanks to my friend Douglas Bagley for providing a photo of Wembley Stadium for this page.

Thanks to Owen Pavey for providing the ground layout diagram of Wembley Stadium.

The New White Hart Lane Preview Video was produced by Guardian Football and made publicly available via YouTube.

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
Premier League
Saturday 15th September 2018, 12.30pm
Russ Poole (Liverpool)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Wembley Stadium?
Tottenham away, in recent years, is a game where we have come unstuck. Especially the last time we played them here we got a 4-1 hiding. People had been bigging up our title potential this season and this was our first real test.
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
Just hopped on the train to London, and then followed the next trains to Wembley Stadium. It wasn’t too difficult, but a bit blurry eyed as an early start was required as it was an early kick off.
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
Our allocated away fans pub was the Green Man, around  a5-10 minutes walk from Wembley. It was a really nice morning so I sat outside in the sunshine chatting amongst other Liverpool fans. As so often in London, Liverpool fans aren't too well welcomed, so walking to the ground kept myself to myself.
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Wembley Stadium?
The away end at Wembley was easy enough to get into as its almost identical to the rest of the ground. I got in bought a couple of beers, and just read my match programme.
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
Liverpool scored very early but it was ruled offside. But from the first whistle, we were at Spurs, and we’re by far the better side and took a deserved 1-0 lead at half time. The second half saw more of the same and Liverpool went 2-0 up with Spurs grabbing a consolation goal late on.
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
The long queues for trains were annoying but when I got on the train, I stuck my headphones on and just took the journey in.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
A Liverpool win and our fans were excellent. A warm and sunny day with a few beers and a sing-song. If Carlsberg did away days....

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Premier League
Wednesday 31st January 2018, 8pm
Rene Vassallo (Neutral Maltese Groundhopper)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Wembley Stadium?
I visited old Wembley about four times but this was my first visit since it was rebuilt.
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
It was easy as my hotel was at Victoria I took the underground, changing first at Oxford Street then again at Baker Street. It was then straight to Wembley Park tube station and the stadium.
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
I had two pints near the stadium and soaked up the nice atmosphere created mostly by Spurs fans. I also noticed a fair amount of overseas fans, some of which had come from the United States and Germany.
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Wembley Stadium?
Probably the best stadium in the World. Everything was fantastic even the view from the third tier is very good and you can recognise the players easily.
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
Everything was fine. The stewards were very helpful, the toilet facilities are great, and you can eat and drink what you like at expensive prices like all of London. The game had an explosive start with Eriksen scoring in the opening minute, with Spurs making it two via an own goal on 28 minutes. The high tempo of the game continued until the end of the first half and slowed a bit in the second period. You have to mention Dembele who played a blinder, what a player his passes, interceptions, movement without the ball. The game finished 2-0 to Tottenham.
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
It was a nightmare and a total disgrace. It took us more than an hour and a half to finally board a tube train at Wembley Park station. I've been to grounds all over Europe and can assure that even Naples is better sorted then Wembley.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
A great day fantastic stadium and a good match marred only on the long time to get out of the stadium and the whereabouts.

Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Bournemouth
Premier League
Saturday 14th October 2017, 3pm
Thomas Inglis (Neutral visiting Dundee United fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Wembley Stadium?
It was my first visit to Wembley Stadium which has the largest capacity of any ground in the UK. Also, I wanted to see if Spurs could get a win at their new home for the first time.
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
I travelled with my grandson Jude (aged 11) on the Megabus Dundee to London overnight. Then we took the tube from central London to Wembley Stadium. It was then easy enough to follow directions towards the ground.
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
Before going to the match I showed Jude around some of the London Tourist sights such as; Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Millennium Wheel etc. before getting the tube to Wembley. We had lunch and a drink in 'Flannery's' on Wembley High Road before heading to the stadium. I spoke to a few Spurs fans who were convinced this was going to be an easy home win (at last).
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Wembley Stadium?
The whole area around Wembley Stadium is massive with building works still going on. Once inside the stadium, it is huge, very impressive and doesn't look as if there would be a bad view from any seat. On seeing the pitch from the top tier of the South Stand for the first time my grandson just said "WOW", that pretty much sums up the place.
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
73,502 created a great atmosphere. The facilities and stewarding were fine. Unfortunately, though, the club shop and catering were vastly overpriced. Spurs did get the win through an excellent Erikson goal just after half time. Kane had a goal disallowed for a marginal offside. Both teams also had a few half chances, but the one goal was enough.
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
We first headed back to 'Flannery's' to let crowds disperse, and watch the teatime game, before getting tube back into Central London (with no issues).
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
A fantastic day out at a wonderful stadium. An 11 year old was able to tell his school pals on Monday about 'Wembley'. It was pretty exciting for a 58 year old Grandparent too and Wembley Stadium was my 74th English ground claimed.

Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Bournemouth
Premier League
Saturday 14th October 2017, 3pm
Paul Sheppard (AFC Bournemouth fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Wembley Stadium?
This would be the first time I would see Bournemouth play at Wembley Stadium since 1998 and probably the only time we I would get to see them play a league game at this impressive ground. The fact that tickets for away fans in the Premier league are still capped at £30 made the day more affordable.
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
The train from Manchester (where I live) was very straightforward into London Euston. I knew the journey from Euston Square on the Metropolitan line would probably be the simplest and so it turned out as it only took 40-45 minutes to get from Euston to the away end where I was meeting my friend.
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
I took advantage of a cheap Indian Vegetarian buffet on Drummond Street (£6.95 at Chutneys: bargain!) near Euston Station as it was a Saturday 3 pm kick off. I didn't really meet any home fans other than a friendly couple with whom I needed to check the best route to Euston Square but they and those on the tube were friendly enough.
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Wembley Stadium?
With Wembley Stadium being such a well-known ground and having seen it on television so much it was pretty much as I expected but the overall scale and away end was very impressive and seemed to give a good view from wherever you were sat.
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
I found the game a little underwhelming even though we managed a much better performance than our last two visits to White Hart Line. We restricted Spurs to half chances in the first half but went behind to an impressive finish from Eriksen (who always makes it look so easy) so quickly in the second half that my mate wasn't even back in his seat. Spurs could have extended their lead but Defoe had a reasonable chance against his former side when he came on to a great reception from both sets of fans. A reasonable performance in terms of the game plan but not exactly a thrill a minute.
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
This was much easier than I had expected although we did watch the final minutes from near the exit as I wanted to make a swift exit to make my train back to Manchester. In the end I had plenty of time. As you would expect it was very busy but well marshalled. For some reason I had to change tube at Baker Street (most trains from the match seem to terminate there from what I can tell) to get another tube on the same line and platform before getting off at Euston Square and making the short walk to London Euston overground: station. It took me about 45 minutes to get back to Euston but we did get away from the ground promptly.
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
The day was exhausting as I had to do quite a bit of walking and stood for most of the time on the tube journeys as well as for the game itself. I was really pleased I got the chance to see us play a league game at Wembley Stadium. Although we didn't get any food or drink at the ground the view and facilities were as impressive as you would expect.Although it wasn't a classic the game was just about entertaining enough and certainly an improvement on our recent performances and results at White Hart Lane.

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* The club postal address is: Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Road, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
** If calling from overseas: 00 44 207 998 1068
*** Wembley Stadium was originally opened in 1924. That stadium was demolished in 2000.

Updated 18th March 2019