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Palace v Spurs
FA Cup 3rd Round

Saturday 3rd January 2004

Ground Name: White Hart Lane
Capacity: 36,214 (all seated)
Address: 748 High Rd, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
Main Telephone No: 020-8365-5000
Main Fax No: 020-8365-5005
Ticket Office: 0870-420-5000
Ticket Office Fax: 0870-420-5001



TICKETS
This match is now sold out

Away fans are housed in one corner of the ground in between the South & West Stands, in the lower and upper tiers. If you have a ticket for the upper tier then prepare yourself for quite a climb up a number of steps to reach the away area. You are rewarded with a great view of the action from this section and the leg room is ample. The facilities in this stand are also above average. On the downside there is little space between the away and home fans. As you would expect there is plenty of banter between the two, but the stewards tend to take a tougher line on the away support. The atmosphere generally good, however it is wise to exercise caution around the ground and you may consider keeping shirts covered.


COACHES
Depart Holmesdale Road at 12 midday.
Cost Gold members 10.40, Season ticket holders / members 11.70, Guests 13.00.

BY CAR
From The North
M1 then the M25 (East; signposted Dartford Tunnel). Leave the M25 at Junction 25 and take the A10 towards Enfield. 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 ground on your left.

There is another way to get to the ground avoiding the A10 and A406. When you come off the M25, take the A10 turning and then turn left at the first set of lights. This takes you into Bullsmoor Lane. Follow the road through until a busy crossroads with traffic lights. Go straight over and then you are on Meridian Way (North-South route = the A1055). This road takes you straight down to Tottenham. Just keep going straight (over roundabouts and traffic lights and past the site at Picketts Lock of the new National Athletics stadium) until you pass Tesco's on the left hand side. After going through the traffic lights at this store, go through the next set and turn right at the lights after those (Sedge Road). If you park around this area you will be able to get away fairly quickly and will be close to Northumberland Park station (as mentioned by others) and conveniently located for The Park Pub which is right next to the station.

Also from the M1 you can turn off onto the A1 at junction 2/3, and join the A406 eastbound.

From East or West: Take A406 North Circular Road to Edmonton and at Fore Street traffic lights follow signs for Tottenham (A1010, High Road) and for White Hart Lane Stadium.
From the M4, turn off onto A406 at Junction 1 and continue for 16 miles.

From the M11 turn off onto A406 at junction 4, for 6 miles.

From the North West
From the M40 at junction 1 stay on A40 for 10 miles before turning onto A406 for 13 miles towards Edmonton.

From South
From M3, turn off onto M25 at junction 2, continue for 10 miles until junction 15 & turn onto M4 leaving at Junction 1 (as above)

From Tottenham Hale: Use North-South route Meridian Way (A1055) to Tottenham (Northumberland Park area).

PARKING INFO
If you arrive around midday, you can park at the local schools which are very easy to find. For 5 you can park until 6pm which is ample time to get back to the car after the match'.

There are also a lot of towaway zones directly around the ground, so check the parking restrictions before you leave your car
Some street parking is available to the east of the ground

BY TUBE
The nearest tube station is Seven Sisters which is on the Victoria Line. However the ground is about a twenty minute (minimum) walk away or change on overground train line to White Hart Lane station (though trains are often crowded) There are plenty of buses 149, 259 or 279 running up Tottenham High Road to the ground every 12 minutes (Mon-Sat daytime frequency).

Tottenham Hale Station (Victoria Line), is within 20 mins walking distance, or take a taxi from the taxi rank. More complicated route and through a park.

BY TRAIN

The nearest railway station is White Hart lane, which is served by Liverpool St Station approximately 5 minutes walk. Out of station, turn right & walk down White Hart Lane. At traffic lights with Pitch & Pint pub turn right onto high road towards ground. Away fans are in Park Lane (South stand) at far end of ground.
Northumberland ParkStation - come out of the station and cross the road turn left and you are in Park Lane. Next to Park pub which welcomes away fans. Walk beyond this, cross Willoughby Lane/ Shelbourne Road onto Park lane. Straight on for about mile and ground is on right and you arrive at the away end. Ten minutes slow walk to the ground -

BY BUS
The following bus services frequently pass the ground:
149 - Ponders End Garage to London Bridge Station.
259 - Edmonton Green to King's Cross.
279 - Waltham Cross to Holloway.
The following bus services operate close to the ground:
76 - Northumberland Park Station to Waterloo/County Hall. (alight at Lansdowne Rd).
123 Ilford High Road to Wood Green Station, (alight at Bruce Grove).
243 Wood Green Station to Waterloo/Old Street, (alight at Bruce Grove).
318- North Middlesex Hospital to Stamford Hill Broadway, (alight at Lordship Lane).
341- Northumberland Park Tesco to Waterloo/County Hall. (alight at Lansdowne Rd)
W3 - Northumberland Park Sta to Finsbury Park Sta., (alight at White Hart Lane).
W4 - Ferry Lane Estate to Oakthorpe Park, (alight at Bruce Grove).


Drinking

The Park right by Northumberland Park station is a small comfortable pub which is about ten minutes walk along Park Lane from the away end.
Bricklayers Arms (no away colours)
Antwerp.
Three Compasses which is situated in Queen Street (behind Middlesex University), which is a five minute walk from White Hart Lane Station

Inside the ground alcohol is served in the refreshment areas. This is in the form of plastic bottles of Carlsberg at 2.50 per 500ml bottle.

The following pubs seem to be predominantly home fans only: Cockerel Bar, Haringey Irish Centre, The Bank, Corner Pin
,

Food

P & M Chinese chippie - Next to White Hart Lane train station
There's a wide variety on offer but cod and chips at 2.70 is the recommendation. Helpings are plentiful.

Neptune Fish Bar and takeaway - High Road
The nearest chippie to White Hart Lane and extremely popular with fans. Often queues

Anuraag Indian Restaurant - The Tottenham Hotspur - High Road Tottenham
Cracking atmosphere on match days and recommended food. All the usual stuff is on the menu but the chicken jalfrezi is a particularly recommended. Customers often have to share tables but that may add to the sense of pre-match fun.
The Hotspur Cafe - Next to the Cockerel Bar - 759 High Road
The Hotspur Cafe is recommended by Spurs fans for a good hearty breakfast before the match, the food is good and plentiful with a friendly smile as well. The cafe is full of Spurs supporters and there is a good pre match atmosphere to go with your bacon and eggs.


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