Information for fans travelling to Luton on Saturday

Supporters making the trip to Kenilworth Road for our Premier League clash against Luton Town on Saturday should be aware of the following information…

A reminder that we kick-off at 12.30pm, with gates opening at 10.30am.

Luton’s guide for first time attendees, including visiting supporters, can be found here.

Supporters are asked to take particular note of the information regarding the unauthorised use of tickets which can be found below.

Entering the stadium

The visitors’ entrance is located in the Oak Road Stand at Kenilworth Road. Supporters should enter via Gate 6-7 and use turnstiles 30, 31 and 32.

Getting to Kenilworth Road

By car

From the North and South: Exit M1 at Junction 10 and onto the A1081. Exit the A1081 at the third exit and follow signs for Luton Town Centre.


Power Court is the official away supporters parking option, a 25-30 minute walk to the stadium, with a capacity of 475 car parking spaces available on a first come, first served basis, costing up to £8.

By train

The nearest train station to Kenilworth Road is Luton Station, which is a 15-20 minute walk to the ground.

Planned engineering works

There will be a rail replacement service running on Saturday 7th October due to planned engineering works. The Thameslink service from London St Pancras to Luton will now terminate at Hitchin, where the rail replacement bus

Supporters are advised to plan their journeys in advance at


The Accessible Entrance is at Gate 7 on Oak Road, next to the general admission turnstiles for away supporters.

Tottenham Hotspur Access Stewards will be present should any support be required.

Accessible toilets are available in the visitors’ section, though please note, this does not include changing places facilities.

will run between Hitchin and Luton Town Centre every 30 minutes.

The rail replacement bus will arrive at Luton station with the journey from Central London taking roughly 70 minutes.


Concessions in the visitors’ section will be serving food, hot and cold drinks and alcoholic beverages.

Visiting supporters will be able to access a designated visiting supporters bar in the ground from 10.30am. The bar will be able to accommodate up to 300 supporters. The bar is accessible via a ramp for wheelchair users.

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Please see below a list of all local pubs within the town centre that will accommodate visiting supporters:

The White House
The Red Lion
The Chequers Public House

The White House has the closest proximity to the stadium.

Cashless payments

Kenilworth Road is a cashless stadium. All major debit and credit cards are accepted.

Ticket Office

Tickets can be collected from the Ticket Collection point on Oak Road, behind the Oak Road Stand.

Duplicate tickets must be requested by emailing and will only be provided on production of valid photo ID.

Flags & banners

Flags and banners no larger than 2x1m are permitted in the visitors’ section, providing they contain no offensive or inflammatory content. Flags must also have a fire safety certificate.

Bag Policy

Small bags and backpacks are permitted at Kenilworth Road, providing they are small enough to fit under a seat. Bags will be searched on arrival at the stadium for security reasons.

Supporters that require bag exemptions for this match should bring their matchday bag exemption certificate used for matches at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Spurs respects

We are proud of our superb and loyal support at home and away.

We recognise that most supporters want to watch a football match and not listen to abusive or indecent language from the stands. Discriminatory behaviour, including racist, homophobic, sexist or anti-disability shouting, chanting or actions, is unacceptable – the Club reserves the right to indefinitely ban supporters found guilty of using discriminatory language.

Unauthorised use of tickets

Supporters are reminded that the unauthorised reselling or passing on of tickets is strictly prohibited. In line with the Club’s Sanctions & Banning Policy, supporters selling away match tickets above face value will receive an indefinite ban and deduction of all Ticketing Points.

Supporters passing on away match tickets equal to face value or less will receive a written warning and a 50% reduction of Ticketing Points.

Supporters unable to attend

Supporters unable to attend the match should contact the Ticket Office as soon as possible. The Club shall make best endeavours to reallocate tickets to other eligible supporters and issue refunds upon receipt of originally issued tickets.

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