Ticketing, travel and security information...Millwall's entire allocation of tickets for Sunday's Emirates FA Cup Quarter-Final against Tottenham Hotspur has sold out.
The tie at White Hart Lane is a complete sell out in all home and away stands. Supporters without tickets are advised not to travel as there will be no access to the stadium in any areas.
Despite extensive ongoing building works and subsequent diversions around Spurs' home, Lions fans should not encounter any difficulty in accessing the stadium. There is a dedicated queuing procedure outside the ground for visiting supporters entering the turnstiles that will be in operation on the day. Millwall supporters should use Park Lane/High Road junction by the Club Megastore for their seats in the South Stand Upper or Lower tier, where they will then be directed by staff to the relevant queue. Access is also clearly noted by tall banners for the relevant tier of the stadium.
White Hart Lane will open at midday and fans are advised to arrive as early as possible and travel light. Because of the aforementioned construction work there are no longer any 'left luggage' facilities at the stadium. Standard stringent security checks will be in place which are not reduced should queues build up. Turnstiles opening two hours before kick-off will allow plenty of time for fans to enter the stadium. Tottenham are not able to upgrade any concessionary tickets from junior/senior to adult tickets on the day and tickets are also strictly non-transferable.
The Elmhurst Pub, around half a mile from White Hart Lane, will permit entry of away fans but, especially in light of the standard security checks, Millwall advises its supporters to travel straight to the ground so they can enter the stadium promptly and safely.
There is some transport disruption taking place due to railway engineering works on matchday, including a closure of the London Overground services between Shadwell and Highbury & Islington and the Abellio Greater Anglia services locally to the stadium through Northumberland Park and Tottenham Hale. Supporters travelling should check the TFL Journey Planner before setting out by clicking here.
A comprehensive guide for visiting White Hart Lane is available to view by clicking here.
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