Wolves prepare for their first ever trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend as Nuno Espirito Santo's side take on Spurs in their latest Premier League clash.
After thousands of gold and black supporters visited Wembley last season for the match between the two sides, this Sunday sees a sold-out allocation of more than 3,000 fans making the journey to north London to cheer on their team in the 2pm kick-off.
Supporters travelling to the match should be aware there is currently some disruption to East Coast Mainline trains, and fans travelling into London via that route should consider finding alternative arrangements.
Visiting supporters will be located in the north east corner of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which will open two hours before kick-off, and is a cashless stadium. Supporters will be accommodated in Blocks 114-118 which are accessed via Entrance 11 and 12 on Worcester Avenue.
The stadium is well-served by bus routes and within walking distance of four train stations – White Hart Lane, Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters. There is also no parking for visiting supporters.
There is a strict bag policy and thorough bag searches at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and any bags which don’t meet the criteria will be stored at a bag drop at a cost of £10.
Although there are no designated away pubs, the ground will be open two hours before kick-off and supporters are encouraged to arrive early where the Tap Inn serves a selection of beers, soft drinks and food.
Detailed away supporter information for the visit to Tottenham, including matchday support, travel, bag policy, stadium services and disability access can be found here.