Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Parking
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Information
White Hart Lane (now called the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium) is in the heart of Tottenham and has been home to Tottenham Hotspurs since 1989. The Stadium was demolished in 2017 and replaced with a new stadium called Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Spurs’ new stadium is the second largest club ground in the country following Old Trafford in Manchester.
It is extremely difficult to find parking close to White Hart Lane, given the parking restrictions which are particularly rigorous on Match Days. The area around the stadium lies in a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) meaning that all non-residents parking is forbidden with the exception of those with a disabled Blue Badge parking permit. Road closures also mean that you will not be able to exit car parking facilities within the road closure area for one hour after the final whistle. There will be car parking spaces for disabled fans within the road closure zone, however, those with a Blue Badge will need to both arrive early and leave later than other fans before departing so that they can access these spaces.
YourParkingSpace offers plenty of different off-street parking opportunities, including overnight parking close to White Hart Lane. Both long term and short-term parking is available with our hourly and weekly booking options. The best part is, YourParkingSpace is available 24 hours of the day 7 days a week. Download our free app so you can browse for spaces on the go, and get ahead of the crowds on Match Day!
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During your time in Tottenham, head to Bruce Castle Museum on Lordship Lane, a Grade I listed 16th Century Manor House located in the first public park in Tottenham. Nearby, there is the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum, and the picturesque Alexandra Palace which has fantastic views over London. Alexandra Palace is known as the Crystal Palace of North London, and today houses an ice skating rink as well as putting on excellent music performances out over the pretty rolling hills that lead up to the Palace. Vestry House Museum is also a popular tourist destination and presents the history of Waltham Forest.
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Did you know that a Blue Badge means that you can park in designated spaces close to popular facilities, often for a longer period of time?
This is the case in much of the borough, however on match days if you are a Blue Badge Holder and do not live within the Traffic Management Zone you will not be permitted access once road closures are in place (2hrs before, during and 1 hour after the event). You can travel into the area before these restrictions are in place and park in a dedicated Blue Badge parking space.
For non-match day parking the normal Blue Badge rules apply. In general, you can use your badge for parking:
- on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours, unless there is a ban on loading or unloading
- at 'on-street' parking meters and pay-and-display machines for free and for as long as you need to
- in disabled parking bays. You can find out which car parks have disabled parking bays by checking the car parks information on the relevant council website.
Where you cannot use it
The Blue Badge is not a licence to park anywhere. If you park where it would cause an obstruction or danger to other road users you could be in for a parking fine, or have your vehicle removed.
Particular places where you must not park include:
- where a ban on loading or unloading is in force
- where parking places are reserved for specific users such as resident’s bays or loading bays
- pedestrian crossings (zebra, pelican, toucan and puffin crossings), including areas marked by zig-zag lines
- clearways (no stopping)
- a bus stop clearway during its hours of operation
- an urban clearway within its hours of operation. You may only pick up or drop off passengers
- school 'keep clear' markings during the hours shown on a yellow no-stopping plate
- Bus, tram or cycle lanes or cycle tracks
- Where there are double white lines in the centre of the road (even if one of the lines is broken)
- Where temporary parking restrictions are in force, as shown by no-waiting cones or temporary signs.
Displaying your badge
Make sure the badge is facing upwards so that the details on the front can be clearly seen and it should be placed on the dashboard.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
There are plenty of off-street car parks to choose from near White Hart Lane, which run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Enter your dates and times into our search results page and you can find a space for a time frame and location that suits you, even on a match day. Charges are also likely to still apply on Bank Holidays, check local signage.
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Where do you park at White Hart Lane?
There are several parking options on the YourParkingSpace Map at White Hart Lane, including parking on New Villas N17 and parking on Beaufoy Road N17 which are only a short walk away from the stadium and are ideal for parking on match days. The average price for parking at White Hart Lane is £21.26 a day on the YourParkingSpace map. There is also parking at Sainsbury’s White Hart Lane Barnes which is open 08:00 – 22:00, however, take care not to overstay the maximum parking time at Sainsbury’s which is 2 hours.
On Match Days the area around the stadium lies in a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) meaning that all non-residents parking is forbidden with the exception of those with a disabled Blue Badge parking permit. Pre-booking a parking space with YourParkingSpace means that you can arrive and park up close to the event or match at the stadium hassle-free!
Where do away fans sit at Tottenham new stadium?
Away fans have been moved from the South West corner to the North East corner at Tottenham New Stadium, with an allocation of around 3,000. The single tier in the South Stand was influenced by Borussia Dortmund’s ‘Yellow Wall’. It has a capacity of 17,500, is the largest in the UK. Among the modern facilities are 60 food and drink outlets, 1,800 video screens, and the world’s first microbrewery housed in a stadium.
What tube line is White Hart Lane?
The closest tube station to the Stadium is White Hart Lane, on the London Overground. White Hart Lane Station is a four-minute walk away from the stadium. Regular trains connect White Hart Lane with the Victoria Line via Seven Sisters.
Where is Tottenham football ground?
Tottenham Football Ground is located in North London. If you are travelling by car on the M25 at Junction 25 take the A10 towards Enfield. The stadium suggests the following directions: continue on the A10 through Enfield and at the roundabout with the Northern Circular (A406), turn left onto the A406 (Sterling Way). Turn right into Fore Road (the A1010) which becomes the High Road and you will come to the stadium on your left. If you are travelling by train there are many nearby stations, the closest being White Hart Lane Station. White Hart Lane parking and White Hart Lane station parking is extremely limited, with tight restrictions in the Controlled Parking Zone, which is in place on Match Days. Within this zone, only local residents who have a parking permit and blue badge holders can park legally. There are plenty of off-street parking spaces available on the YourParkingSpace Map which avoid the CPZ Zone and are only a short walk from the Stadium. You can pre-book a space online for a time-frame and at a price that suits you.
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Latest Tottenham Hotspur Stadium parking reviews
Easy to find, driveway was clear and owner was very friendly and helpful. Parked my ford ranger pickup on their drive with plenty of space all around. Will use again and 100% recommend. 10/10Richard
Great spot for a visit to spurs stadium!Stewart
Convenient place to park to get to the stadium. Recommended for someone needing a space that’s driving in from outside of N18.Antony
No problems. 15 minutes to ground. ExcellentMatt
Very good price to pay , not far from stadium , will use againJamie Marks
So easy and only 20 minute walk to Spurs ground.Lee
Great location for attending events at Tottenham Football ground. Very quiet area with easy access in and out to the north circular and an easy walk to the stadium very near to the entrance for away fansJulie
Whole process was really easy. Easy to find, plenty of spaces. Busy car park so plenty of people around to hopefully give a little bit more security from the scumbag car and/or cat. converter thieves blighting almost everywhere these days. (hence only 4 stars) Used this for Spurs Stadium which is about 20 minute walk. Bargain price (you could get 500 yards nearer and pay £20 - granted more secure but I figured not too many would want my 13 year old ford anyway) plus by walking you don't get caught up in immediate stadium vicinity traffic.Keith
Easy to get in and out, plenty of spaces and a 30 minute walk to Tottenham stadiumNeil