Tottenham will open their Premier League season with a tricky trip to St James’ Park to face Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle.
It could be a difficult start to the season for Spurs as they take on Manchester United and Liverpool in the first few weeks. The game against Jurgen Klopp’s side will be their first in the new stadium as the fixture against Fulham on August 18 will be played at Wembley.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side finish their campaign with a game at home against Everton.
Tottenham, who face Barcelona, PSV Eindhoven and Inter Milan in the Champions League look like they will be playing most of their home games at Wembley with their new ground not expected to open until December.
UEFA have warned that Tottenham may have to play at Wembley throughout the tournament. Deputy secretary-general Giorgio Marchetti said: ‘In principle the regulations state that you have to play in a single stadium but we will have to see.’
A spokesman for Inter Milan said: ‘We would probably prefer to play at Wembley because of its history. It would be a nice occasion, but we are happy to play at their new stadium.’
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September 18 – Inter Milan (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
October 3 – Barcelona (H – at Wembley) – Buy Spurs Tickets
October 24 – PSV (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
November 6 – PSV (H – Venue TBC) – Buy Spurs Tickets
November 28 – Inter (H – Venue TBC) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 11 – Barcelona (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
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September 1 – Watford (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
September 15 – Liverpool (H) – Buy Spurs Tickets
September 22 – Brighton (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
September 29 – Huddersfield (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 1 – Arsenal (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 5 – Southampton (H) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 8 – Leicester (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 15 – Burnley (H) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 22 – Everton (A) – Buy Spurs Tickets
December 26 – Bournemouth (H) – Buy Spurs Tickets
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By Train or Tube
White Hart Lane mainline station is four minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria Line tube service via Seven Sisters.
Northumberland Park mainline station is eight minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria line tube service at Tottenham Hale station.
Trains run from both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations to Liverpool Street Station and direct trains take about 20 minutes.
There are a number of excellent bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. A taxi rank is available at Tottenham Hale Station.
If you are traveling from inside London, visit http://www.journeyplanner.org/
If you are traveling from outside London, visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ or check the website prior to each home match for the special National Express Matchday timetables.
The stadium is located on Tottenham High Road and is one mile south of the A406 (North Circular).
You can easily join the A406 from the M25 (junction 25) and the A10. The M25 is 15 – 20 minutes from the stadium.
From the City, follow the A10 to Bruce Grove, then straight on to the High Road.
However, most journeys to the Lane will be quicker and more reliable by public transport.