Name: White Hart Lane
Capacity: 36,200 seats
Address: 748 High Road, Tottenham, London N17 0AP
Travels to White Hart Lane in the League haven’t been that great in recent years, although it has always been something of a “bogey ground” of Everton’s, but being beaten 5-2 there last season has to rank among the top reasons why this season’s visit will not be on the top of many Evertonians places to go to.
The ground itself has a lot in common with our own Goodison Park, as, instead of moving out to a new stadium, Spurs have modified and improved the ground to continue it’s tradition for being a modern arena, which for some years was second only to Goodison Park in those stakes. How times have changed.
On this visit the Everton board would do well to see just how Spurs have lived within their ground’s capabilities, and created an arena which stays true to the home Spurs fans all remember, while boasting no obstructed views (although sometimes you might wish there was some) and a “modern” feel to it.
How to get there :
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 Waltham Cross or Tottenham Hale:
Use North-South route Meridian Way (A1055) to Tottenham (Northumberland Park area).
Line 149, 259 & 279
Seven Sisters Station on the Victoria line (20 minutes walk or change to bus line 149, 259 or 279) & Tottenham Hale Station on the Victoria Line (20 minutes walk).
White Hart Lane Station (5 minutes walk) & Northumberland Park Station (10 minutes walk).