Crystal Palace fans attending Sunday afternoon's game at Tottenham Hotspur's White Hart Lane stadium should be aware of changes to the London Overground schedule, which will affect supporters after the match.
London Overground and Transport for London have announced that White Hart Lane station's southbound platform will be closed between 3pm and 5:30pm on Sunday, with the Eagles' game likely to finish at around 3:15pm, as they hope to stop overcrowding in the area whilst planned Network Rail engineering works take place.
This means that Palace fans hoping to use the station to head back south will be unable to do so and other routes must be sought. Southbound trains from Enfield Town and Cheshunt will not call at Silver Street, White Hart Lane or Bruce Grove until after 5:30pm.
The service will run as usual before the game, both north and southbound, but the two and a half hour period after 3pm will see no southbound services from White Hart Lane.
Palace fans should head for Northumberland Park station for connecting trains to Tottenham Hale (Victoria line) and London Liverpool Street (via Stratford).
The Victoria line will be running as usual, meaning that fans can choose to walk to Seven Sisters' station and head south, though this is roughly a 20 minute walk (2.5km) from White Hart Lane stadium.
Due to the Network Rail engineering works, there will be no service from London Liverpool Street to Seven Sisters and fans could face longer journey times on the Northumberland Park Abellio Greater Anglia service.
Please check before you travel. Thank you for your understanding and we hope you enjoy the game.
For further information on the London Overground restrictions and service, including the planned engineering works, please visit https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/london-overground/ or email email@example.com.
For details on the Abellio Greater Anglia services, please visit https://www.abelliogreateranglia.co.uk/