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White Hart Lane was a League ground for 110 seasons;
from July 1st, 1908 to June 30th, 2017 .

White Hart Lane was the 85th
ground to be used for a League game.

Current Capacity 36,230

Year opened 1899

GROUND HISTORY adapted from "The Ultimate Directory of English & Scottish Football League Grounds"
Originally known as the High Road Ground, the site of an old nursery, Tottenham Hotspur moved here in 1899. The only facility was a stand brought from their previous ground and re-erected to provide cover for some 2,500 spectators. By 1901 a new 500 seat main stand had been constructed and the terraces expanded to give a nominal capacity of 30,000 and within eight years a 5,300 seat structure had been opened on the west side.

Following the end of WWI the name of the ground was changed to White Hart Lane and in the early 1920s covers were installed at both ends. In 1934 a new 5,100 seat two tier stand was constructed over the terracing on the east side (requiring the demolition of a row of houses at the rear) and the record attendance of 75,038 was subsequently set at the FA Cup 6th Round tie v. Sunderland (0-1) on March 5th, 1938.

The ground did not see any further alterations until the 1960s when seats were installed at the rear of the terraces at the north and south ends and stands constructed in the northwest and south west corners. A new all-seat stand opened on the west side in 1982 and the stand on the east side was re-roofed and refurbished in 1989. The stadium was made an all-seater in the 1990s with the provision of refurbished and new stands at the ends giving a capacity of 36,257 at the start of the 2007/8 season. The pitch size was 110 x 73 yards.


GROUND DETAILS adapted from "The Extreme Groundhoppers Guide"
Ground address: White Hart Lane, Bill Nicholson Way, 748 High Rd, Tottenham, London, N17 0AP
Main phone number: 0844 499 5000
Ticket office: 0844 844 0102
Ticket prices: Various prices for depends on the game so go online to buy tickets
If driving to ground: Leave the M25 at Junction 25 and take the A10 Cambridge Road. Continue on the A10 through Enfield and at the roundabout continue straight, turn left onto Church Street at Edmonton Cemetery. Take the road to Edmonton Green roundabout and take the third exit onto Bill Nicholson Way and the ground is on the right hand side. Parking has an exclusion of over a mile round the ground so at the Edmonton Roundabout take the second exit and then second right into Monmouth Road and there is a car park for about 300 cars it cost Ł4 for three hours and take the buses 349 and 279 from the roundabout to the ground and do the reverse on the way home and you will get home quicker
If using Public Transport: White Hart Lane Station is the nearest to the stadium, which is only a few minutes’ walk away. It is served by trains from Liverpool Street. The other alternative is Northumberland Park. Come out of the station and cross the road and you are in Park Lane. It is a ten minute walk to the ground' turn left out of the station and walk straight down Park Lane the ground is on the right When going home from the game it is best to take the N22 for Finsbury London Bus (there every 6 minutes) from Northumberland Park to Wood Green Underground and use the Piccadilly line to main line stations. If you use the local White Hart it is like Ibrox in Glasgow conga line to get a train. (Don’t wear your colours come as neutral) arrange yourself for the long journey home with a few of their yummy pies.
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