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Tottenham Stadium

Tottenham v Everton Hospitality Packages, VIP Tickets & Events

Everton visit the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium hoping to get a rare result from North London. Watch Spurs v Everton with the best premium experience tickets. This game has been confirmed for the traditional 3pm Saturday kick off.

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Premium Experience

Hospitality Package
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  • Luxury padded seat on the Premium Experience tier
  • Access to the Premium tier 3 hours pre-match, at half time and 1 hour post-match
  • A range of unlimited light bowl food served pre-match, with sweet snacks at full time
  • Complimentary drink at half time
  • Access to premium cash bars pre and post match
  • Live entertainment and appearances from Spurs Legends
  • Dedicated premium experiences entrance and fast track exit


Hospitality Package
Your Package includes:
  • Premium padded seating, Upper Tier, halfway line
  • Access to the Stratus Lounge 3 hours before kick-off & up to 2 hours after the final whistle
  • Pre & post-match grazing buffet with a range of choices
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Complimentary bar including beer, wine & soft drinks
  • Live pre-match entertainment
  • Panoramic views of London & the pitch from within the lounge

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A few things you might want to know about the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

At Events Hospitality, we have Club level and premium ticket options available for all Tottenham Hotspur games. You can see the different games on the event calendar above or simple email us on [email protected]

As part of our offering at Tottenham, we have every Premiership, Cup and European home game available for sale. We also offer tickets and hospitality packages for the NFL games in London. You can view the options available for each event on the specific page, or email us on [email protected] to help.

Yes, we offer premium tickets and all hospitality packages for the NFL games in London. Please take a look at the relevant event to review the options.

At Events Hospitality we only offer premium tickets and official hospitality packages. We also only sell tickets or packages that we have in hand, to ensure availability for our clients (many companies out there will sell the tickets and then attempt to procure them afterwards to fulfil the order).

We know how stressful it can be trying to work out which companies are genuine, especially when there are so many out there. As one of the newer ones, we also know how much harder we have to work to prove ourselves. That’s why we offer a 100% money back guarantee if we don’t deliver your tickets. To ensure you’re dealing with a reputable company please call us on 0208 053 0278 to ask any questions, or view more information about us here.

Wherever you are buying your tickets from, make sure you do your research. Take a look at online reviews, ask to speak to previous customers or verify with the venue that the company you are using are official hospitality agents.

No, bags are not permitted into the stadium. Please take a look here for full information about what you can bring

As one of the newest Stadiums in the country, they are fantastic. We have put together full information on these in our Stadium guide, but if you have a specific question, please feel free to call us on 0208 053 0278

If there is anything specific dress code for your event we will advise you on booking, otherwise, it is fairly relaxed. For the hospitality areas, it’s deemed as smart casual, which allows smart jeans and trainers. Home shirts are allowed but of course, away ones aren’t.

No, obviously not.

At Events Hospitality we only offer premium tickets or hospitality packages, we don’t have access to general admission tickets. Packages are listed in the event itself, but if you cannot find what you are looking for (either the event or package) please email [email protected] and we will be happy to help.

Prices will differ for each game. Premium tickets can range from £200 upwards, but we do sometimes have offers available for certain games. Take a look at the event itself or contact us on 0208 053 0278 to enquire.

Yes, but these are usually in high demand. If you are interested in an away game for Spurs then please email us at [email protected] for options.

There are 4 stations within walking distance of the Stadium, so it depends where you are coming from. White Hart Lane, the closest station to the Stadium, is on the Overground (orange line) and Northumberland Park is on the Greater Anglia Line. For the tube, you’ll need to go to Tottenham Hale (Victoria) or Seven Sisters (Piccadilly Line), both of which are a good walk away, probably around 25 minutes.

There are no official carparks around the Stadium (although there are a few unofficial ones) and Tottenham do not recommend driving on a matchday as there are large areas of road closures around the ground. Check out our Stadium guide for more detailed information on all of this.

Tickets for Tottenham games will be sent via email, around 5 days before the game. On the odd occasion you may be required to collect tickets from the Stadium, for which we will provide full information and directions.

This will be explained to you during the purchase, but you can also see various Stadium maps at the bottom of the page.

Anyone entering the stadium must have a ticket, unless they are a babes in arms, which are allowed but not advised. There are no facilities within the stadium for storing pushchairs.

Stadium Maps

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Venue Address

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While Spurs certainly aren’t the best team in the Premiership, they can well lay claim to having the best Stadium and probably the best matchday experience. Sometimes referred to as ‘The new White Hart Lane’ it is officially named ‘The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’ (don’t mention the naming rights they’ve been trying to sell for several years). As the newest Stadium in the Premier League, it is without doubt an incredible experience, from a standard general admission ticket right through to the range of top-class hospitality they offer.

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A brief history

Tottenham Hotspur were founded in 1892 and White Hart Lane had stood in one form or another for 118 years. This new Stadium was beset by delays but was finalised in 2019 and while it hasn’t yet been done justice due to covid restrictions, the quality of the facilities almost go some way to justifying its huge £1billion cost.

Quick Facts

At 62,850 capacity, The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the second biggest club stadium in the Premier League (after Old Trafford) and therefore the biggest in London (just 350 seats bigger than the London Stadium). It’s an asymmetric bowl, with a retractable pitch, the first of its kind in the UK. This allows them to switch between turf for the football and a synthetic pitch for the NFL, which can be done in less than an hour.

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Why go?

Not for the football, some may say! Even if you don’t support Spurs, it’s worth checking out as a new and innovative Stadium alone. The matchday experience is excellent across the ground and ‘The Wall’, their 17,500 single tier South Stand designed to imitate the Dortmund ‘Yellow Wall’ has to be seen. Being in that stand is an experience, as is simply watching it give the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium one of the best atmospheres in the Premier League.

What are the facilities like?

Brilliant really. Obviously this is expected for a new Stadium but they go above and beyond, with exceptional technology and some lovely touches throughout the ground. The headlines are the Goal Line Bar in the South Stand (the longest in Europe at 65m), the in-house bakery and microbrewery and the huge array of food and drink outlets. The beer selection is excellent and Wi-Fi connection extensive, which is a rarity, just be aware that it’s a completely cashless Stadium.

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Are the premium tickets, VIP and Hospitality options?

The Stadium was heavily designed with these in mind and there is a large selection to choose from, with about 8,000 seats in total designated to these areas. These are in the east and west stands (longside), on Levels 2, 3 and 4. Levels 2 and 3 are what many places would call Club Level, although here you’ll find ‘Premium Experiences’, and Level 4 is for the Private boxes.

Most of the packages we offer here at Events Hospitality are in the Premium seats on Level 3, which gives you access to a variety of lounges, bars and restaurants. Some of these will need to be pre-booked, so if you do want a table for dining please let us know when purchasing, so we can give you the available options. There are a large range of experiences from informal lounges and bars, right through to Michelin starred dining in a members-only area. 

Our favourite package at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is probably Stratus – it gives you premium seating on the Upper Tier for the match, but before then you’ll have access to the incredible Stratus Lounge – offering amazing panoramic views of both the pitch and London. There is also some great food on offer, as well as a complimentary bar.

Each one we’ve experienced has been excellent, so if you want guidance on the best option for your party please just call us on 0208 053 0278 to discuss.

How to get to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

Travel to the Stadium is possibly the one thing that lets the experience down a little bit, as it takes a bit of planning. Driving in particular can be a challenge, with no official carparks at the Stadium (unless you’re a VIP member) and most of the roads shut around the ground. The only real solution to this is parking further out and walking in (which does help with getting away afterwards).

If you’re coming by public transport, the closest tube stations Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters, both on the Victoria Line, are a good 25 minute walk away as a minimum, so make sure you factor this in. There are closer stations for the Overground (White Hart Lane) and Greater Anglia services (Northumberland Park) if they work for your route. There are shuttle buses put on from the various stations, as well as Alexandra Palace and Wood Green.

The best way to get in and out of the Stadium for us is pre-booking a taxi, arranging for them to pick you up a bit outside of the road closures, to get away as quick as possible.

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What is there to do in the area around Tottenham like?

While the area around Tottenham is improving, there is still a long way to go compared to some other Stadiums. There is a decent array of traditional boozers and more bars and restaurants are cropping up, including a Beavertown Brewery bar. Many fans have their favoured locals, but if you’re coming for the first time we would recommend as much time in the Stadium as possible.

How can I get tickets for Tottenham games?

As with most football clubs, general admission tickets are sold direct from the club themselves. These are released in priority order depending on your membership/points tier, so if you’re not a regular attendee then these will be difficult to get. At Events Hospitality, we don’t sell general admission tickets, but have a range of premium tickets premium tickets on Level 2 and 3, as well as a variety of hospitality and private box packages. Contact us on [email protected] for the games and packages available.

Tickets for Tottenham games will nearly always be e-tickets, sent to you a few days before the game.

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Best event?

There are several big games a year for Spurs, so plenty of action. The North London derby is the obvious one, but West Ham is tasty and Spurs vs Liverpool always seems to be goals. Outside of football, they have a good range of concerts and the NFL games are a spectacle.

Most niche event?

There hasn’t been a huge amount so far, we would say the RFL Challenge Cup, but that would offend people.


Premium tickets start from around £200 a game, with general admission tickets cheaper but much harder to get hold of unless a member.

Type of events

Football, concerts, NFL, boxing

Top Tip

Not much of a tip as such, but walking to Seven Sisters is a pain, so avoid it if you can.

Other than that, if you buy premium/hospitality tickets then get to the Stadium in plenty of time, to make the most of the experience of a new stadium.

If you have any questions or would like to understand the best options for tickets at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, please send us an email and we would be happy to help.

What are the Different Levels of Hospitality you can get at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

However well Spurs are doing as a team, and that changes so frequently they are probably on another unbeaten or winless run by the time I finish this sentence, one thing can’t be taken away from them – they have one of the most incredible stadiums in Europe.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is one of those Premier League grounds that you just have to go to at some point, whether you are a Spurs fan or not. The problem is, tickets can be difficult to come by. This, coupled with the incredible facilities, make the hospitality packages particularly appealing. Here are a couple of our favourites:


Premium Experience

Tottenham - Premium ExperiencesWhat we love about this package is that it’s like a super-charged general admission ticket. It’s available for different areas around the stadium, and it manages to retain a feeling of authenticity while adding in a bit of luxury.

The Premium tier is a great place to get some food and drink, and then give you an incredible view of the match. Plus, being able to go back after the game gives you a chance to let the rush die down before you leave the stadium – particularly useful in that area of London. Included in the package is:

  • Padded seats in the Premium Experience tier of the ground
  • Access to the tier 3 hours before kick off, half time and 1 hour after the match
  • Unlimited light bowl food
  • Sweet snacks at full time
  • Access to the premium bars
  • Live entertainment and possible visit from Spurs legends
  • Fast track entrance



Stratus Stepping things up a notch (or a tier) we have the Stratus package. This is a really impressive hospitality option for you, with the highlight being the incredible views you get from the Upper Tier, both during the match and while you are enjoying the hospitality.

In terms of the quality of the food and drink, the range of options, the entertainment and the setting, this has to be one of the best hospitality packages in the Premier League. It’s a great way to spend a day out at the football.

  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Access to the Stratus Lounge for 3 hours before kick off and 2 hours after the end of the match
  • Grazing buffet
  • Complimentary bar
  • Pre-match entertainment
  • Incredible views of the pitch and London
  • Padded seating in the Upper Tier