Travelling supporter information | Tottenham vs Wolves

February 11, 2022 by No Comments

A sold-out allocation of more than 3,000 supporters will be heading to Tottenham for Sunday’s 2pm Premier League kick-off, and for supporters who are heading to the match, here’s everything to know before making the trip.

Covid safety information

If you are feeling unwell with Covid-19 symptoms or any cold or flu-type symptoms, please do not attend the game.

Following the Government’s easing of Covid-19 Plan B restrictions, and in line with the latest guidance, NHS Covid passes will no longer be required as a condition of entry to a match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Supporters are encouraged to follow public health guidance when attending this match, including wearing face coverings when indoors or in crowded areas, maintaining good hand hygiene and not attending if you have Covid-19 symptoms.

All supporters are asked to read and agree to abide by Spurs’ supporter Code of Conduct.

Matchday information

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a public transport destination and is served by four stations. Advice on getting to the stadium can be found here, while detailed match specific travel information will be published on Spurs’ website.

Tottenham recommends Wolves supporters familiarise themselves with the latest government guidance on staying safe while using public transport and TfL’s guidance on wearing a face covering while using the network.

Coach parking for visiting supporters is located in Zone A on West Road, which can be viewed on this map. West Road is a 15 to 20 minute walk for able bodied supporters. Parking on West Road can be booked here and must be booked prior to arrival.

The stadium will open at 12pm, with Wolves supporters accommodated in Blocks 114-118 located in the North-East corner of the stadium, accessed via Entrances 11. Please note, this is the opposite corner to the visitors’ section at White Hart Lane stadium. Visiting supporters should enter the stadium via Worcester Avenue.

The Accessible Entrance for visiting supporters is Entrance 11a. There is an accessible lift adjacent to the away ticket office that will take supporters from street level to the Entrance.

Supporters are strongly advised not to bring a bag into the stadium. Tottenham’s Bag Policy can be found here. Those with a medical condition that requires bringing a bag or other equipment can request a medical exemption by emailing [email protected].

All payments at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are cashless with all major credit and debit card and mobile payments such as Apple Pay and Google Pay accepted.

Flags and banners are welcome at the stadium, and full details of Tottenham’s Flags & Banners Policy can be found here, including the request to submit flags for pre-approval by emailing [email protected]. A comprehensive list of prohibited items can be found here.

Detailed accessible information for supporters attending Sunday’s fixture can be found here.

Social stories

Social stories, a new communication exchange technique using meaningful and understandable pictures, are now available for all of Wolves’ away trips.

These guides are designed to assist fans through an event using up to date pictures and giving them advanced knowledge of what to expect when visiting new places.

Any supporter who would benefit from a social story for visiting Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, or any future away game, should contact the Wolves Fan Services team on [email protected].

Each social story is individual to the away ground Wolves visits.

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