Wherever the fans are from, especially if they have never been to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before, we recommend using this detailed travel advice to plan their trip in advance. He understands:
– Recommendations on from all major stations in London.
– Schedules for enlargement rail services in service for this event.
– Suggestions on practice relay car parks.
– Details of the shuttle service to Piccadilly services in Wood Green.
– Details of coach service available from locations across the country.
Fans should also make sure that they plan their return trip, taking into account the potential of the fight during the 12 rounds. There will likely be long lines at all four stations serving the stadium after the event.
Detailed travel tips includes recommendations on return via all major stations in London.
Almost all post-event train services will go to Liverpool Street rather than Stratford. Late night train services to Liverpool Street will operate after midnight with easy connection to other transport services. A free large capacity shuttle service will also be provided from Seven Sisters to Liverpool Street.
Fans are advised to note the departure times of the last trains to the following destinations:
• London Overground southbound to Liverpool Street from White Hart Lane at 12:25 am
• Greater Anglia southbound from Northumberland Park to Liverpool Street at 12:29 am
• Liverpool Street to Shenfield by TfL Rail at 12.55am
• Liverpool Street to Southend-on-Sea by Greater Anglia at 00:52
• Liverpool Street to Hainaut via the Central line at 00:40
• Liverpool Street to West Ruislip via the central line at 12:23 am. Previous train to Ealing Broadway.
• Liverpool Street to Barking via the Hammersmith & City line at 12:51 am
• Interchange at Barking for the District line service to Upminster at 01:14 am
• Liverpool Street to Victoria via the Circle line at 12:05 am
• From Moorgate to Morden by a short walk and the north line at 12:37 am
• Fenchurch Street to Southend Central in a few minutes walk and c2c trains at 12:41 am
Metro, air and rail services do not operate overnight and fans are urged to check their return route before traveling and move quickly if you use public transport. Night bus and taxi and private hire services will continue to be available after the last metro, metro and train services.
Fans are urged to follow government guidelines for safe travel on public transport, which includes wearing a face cover.
Coach services from locations across the country are still available for purchase.