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worcestersauce

"I'm no optimist I'm just a prisoner of hope
Jan 23, 2006
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Good morning , looking for advice.

Post match for a Saturday 3pm K O , realistic time needed to get to Stansted Airport

Just concerned with match day traffic queuing/ congestion at station .

Thanks in advance .
I assume you are going to Stansted by train after the game yes? The queuing system at Northumberland park is massively better than when it started, they now separate northbound and southbound before you reach Willoughby lane, I'd say five to ten maximum fifteen minutes wait and Stansted express comes through regularly.
 

pjspur1961

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Has anyone used the Big Green Coach service? Just wondering if you need to actually print off the ticket or if you’re just able to show the ticket on your phone?
 

Gbspurs

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Jan 27, 2011
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Driving tomorrow, earmarked Ikea as the possible parking spot due to previous recommendations in this thread.

Is there are time limit on the parking and are there barriers closing the carpark at night

Did you park in the IKEA? Any good?

I'm driving on Tuesday and trying to find somewhere good. I live in Bristol but will be working in Reading so either looking to drive close as I can and still get a quick getaway or park at a station between Reading and the stadium (although in my experience getting the train away from WHL is anything but quick!)

Any advise from anyone?
 

MightyModric

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May 29, 2011
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Did you park in the IKEA? Any good?

I'm driving on Tuesday and trying to find somewhere good. I live in Bristol but will be working in Reading so either looking to drive close as I can and still get a quick getaway or park at a station between Reading and the stadium (although in my experience getting the train away from WHL is anything but quick!)

Any advise from anyone?
No I ended up using one of those driveway websites where you pay someone a few quid to park on their driveway.

However the area I parked, I'm pretty sure it wasn't a permit area so parking on the road there would be free.

I'll check where it was and post it here

EDIT: S Eastern Avenue, Edmonton. About 20-30 minute walk to the stadium
 

the wests awake

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Sep 18, 2019
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lads is the stadium open long after matches, coming over from Ireland with the two kids, coming into town from reading, so its paddington to liverpool street and overground to WHL station, back the same way
dont fancy the ques after the match, so happy to have a beer or two afterwards in stadium before going to station, can we stay after match and does it take long for the ques to clear

oh how i miss the days when I could get bus to edmonton and walk to the ground
 

Yid121

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Aug 9, 2008
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RE WHL station: Please bear with us as we allow the new station operations to bed in. Although the station has been upgraded, the new rolling stock has not yet been introduced and train capacity remains the same. There is a full 6 trains per hour service

Anyone know when the new rolling stock will be introduced to boost train capacity? The trains were a joke on Tuesday!
 

harrmaud

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Aug 24, 2012
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Does anyone cycle to the stadium? It's by far my quickest way there and was just wondering if the parking is safe and easily accessible? Would probably use the one by the school on Church Road
 

worcestersauce

"I'm no optimist I'm just a prisoner of hope
Jan 23, 2006
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Does anyone cycle to the stadium? It's by far my quickest way there and was just wondering if the parking is safe and easily accessible? Would probably use the one by the school on Church Road
Official site advises:-
"For supporters wishing to cycle to the stadium, bike stands are available at Tottenham Community Sports Centre and St Francis De Sales School, both located on the High Road. Bicycle parking is also available on-street around the stadium"

Just a heads up the official site reporting there are no trains from Stratford(again) so anyone coming in from that direction will have to go to Liverpool street.
 

danielneeds

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May 5, 2004
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Does anyone cycle to the stadium? It's by far my quickest way there and was just wondering if the parking is safe and easily accessible? Would probably use the one by the school on Church Road
Haven’t done it for a while but there used to be a couple of security guys who watch the school car park where the cycle racks are.
 

Hoopspur

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Jun 28, 2012
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Official site advises:-
"For supporters wishing to cycle to the stadium, bike stands are available at Tottenham Community Sports Centre and St Francis De Sales School, both located on the High Road. Bicycle parking is also available on-street around the stadium"

Just a heads up the official site reporting there are no trains from Stratford(again) so anyone coming in from that direction will have to go to Liverpool street.
Would have thought that the club and Haringey would have/should have been promoting this including the safety of the bikes themselves.

My father in law used to cycle to WHL in the late 50's/60's. There was a woman who lived in the houses in Park Lane that allowed everyone to put their bikes in her house. It was brim full of bikes. cost 1d per match!
 
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Sorry for the odd bump but really need some help.

We're looking at the Palace game 26 december. We're playing 15.00 UK time i see and our plane to Denmark departs at 20.15.

I guess this is possible to reach??

If yes what's the fastest way to Stansted from the new stadium?

Thanks in advance.
 

Archibald&Crooks

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Feb 1, 2005
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Sorry for the odd bump but really need some help.

We're looking at the Palace game 26 december. We're playing 15.00 UK time i see and our plane to Denmark departs at 20.15.

I guess this is possible to reach??

If yes what's the fastest way to Stansted from the new stadium?

Thanks in advance.
A whiole ago I pointed someone to this


He never got back to me so i've no idea, but it does seem to be reasonable..........anyway, take a look and decide for yourself.
 
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Deleted member 29446

A whiole ago I pointed someone to this


He never got back to me so i've no idea, but it does seem to be reasonable..........anyway, take a look and decide for yourself.
Thank you didn't know it went from Tottenham Hale directly to the airport, amazing!

They go every 30 minutes I see the 26th. Guess we just walk 25 minutes from the stadium to Tottenham Hale. ?
 

kmk

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I have been given tickets to go on the stadium tour and sky walk tomorrow.

Can I use the Sainsbury’s car park?
 

Hoopspur

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I have been given tickets to go on the stadium tour and sky walk tomorrow.

Can I use the Sainsbury’s car park?
Not sure, but most of the roads around the Antwerp Arms are ok to park in on non match days I think, so should be no problem.
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Aug 9, 2017
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I have been given tickets to go on the stadium tour and sky walk tomorrow.

Can I use the Sainsbury’s car park?
Yes

Where can I park?

Stadium parking is not available for Stadium Tour or Dare Skywalk experiences.
Free parking (including Blue Badge parking bays) is available in Sainsbury's Tottenham on non-matchdays and is a 5 minute walk from the Tottenham Experience. On non-matchdays parking is free up to a maximum of 3 hours, but guests are advised to check the latest parking restrictions upon arrival.
 
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