Tottenham vs. Everton TICKET & HOTEL
April 11-13 2020
  • 2 nights at the hotel
  • Ticket to the match 

    Ticket includes: 
    • East middle stand
      Travel Club Premium corner seat
      Block 236 / 312 / 313 
    • Luxury padded seat
    • Inclusive grazing and
      hand-held bowl food
    • Complimentary half-time drink 
    • Access to VIP Bars
    • Matchday Legends visits 
    • Complimentary matchday

    Tickets will be sent 1-2 days before the match
    as E-tickets.





Hotel Islington Inn (Budget hotel) *** (Or similar standard) incl. breakfast

3 star hotel in Islington

This hotel is only 5 km from the Emirates Stadium, St George's, Bloomsbury and St. Paul's Cathedral. In addition, London Bridge and King's College London about 5 km away. Place of accommodation is non-smoking and have coffee/tea in common areas, 24-hour front desk and express check-in. In addition to complimentary continental breakfast offered guests free Wi-Fi in common areas. Other amenities include express check-out. All 41 rooms have free Wi-Fi, coffee machines and a tv with cable tv. Guests can also enjoy facilities such as a shower and complimentary toiletries. A room at this hotel may prove to be a "cellar room". That is below street level, and therefore no window. It is most commonly triplerooms, located here. Islington Inn is located 11 km from Stamford Bridge, and it will take approx. 1 hour by public transport.

Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross**** (Or similar standard) Incl. breakfast

Lovely Hotel in Downtown London 

Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross lies between the West End and the City of London, just 1 km from St Pancras Station and offers a spa and fitness centre and wi-fi throughout the hotel. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, satellite tv with pay-per-view movies, tea and coffee making facilities and a private bathroom. The Wellness Centre at the Crowne Plaza London Kings Cross can be used at an additional cost and includes an indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, fitness centre and massage and beauty treatments. Guests can enjoy traditional Belgian dishes, burgers, steaks, rotisserie-chicken and many different kinds of Belgian beer in the restaurant On-site, as well as snacks and gin-cocktails in Bloom Kitchen. There are also good transport links to the various districts through the bus stop just outside the door as well as the 3 metro stations within just a 10-minute walk away.








Lounge tickets-Corner section 236/312/313 Inc. light dish, beverages during halftime and access to the lounge

Ticket includes: 

  • East middle stand 
    Travel Club Premium corner seat
    Block 236 / 312 / 313 
  • Luxury padded seat
  • Inclusive grazing and 
    hand-held bowl food
  • Complimentary half-time drink 
  • Access to VIP Bars
  • Matchday Legends visits 
  • Complimentary matchday

Tickets will be sent 1-2 days 
before the matchas E-tickets.


The view from our seats at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Stadium Map

Football trip to Tottenham - Everton

© | Football trips to Tottenham - Everton

On match day:

The Bricklayers Arms is the place to go for a pint with other Tottenham fans, which is very clearly with Spurs mufflers, applications and photos on the walls. Bricklayers are only minutes away from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and therefore also extremely popular and packed on match days. Do you want a less crowded place to have a pint on match days, so you can go across the street, Seven Sisters, to Bell and Hare, which has the largest beer garden in the area.

Inside the stadium:

With room for 62,062 spectators, is Tottenham Hotspur Stadium it 2. largest stadium in the Premier League. Behind the southern tribune is Goal Line Bar which is the longest continuous bar in Europe. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the only stadium where it is not possible to pay with cash. Remember, therefore, to have a credit card with.

Tips for city guide:

London has a wealth of attractions, and you reach hardly it all on a single weekend, if this is the first time you load the road past the English capital. Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square is, of course, must see. Whatever you do, make sure to choose your sights with care, so that you do not spend unnecessary time in the tube on transport.
You must have a view of London, the London Eye is so obvious. Ferris wheel that was founded prior to the turn of the Millennium is a popular tourist attraction, so be sure to buy tickets from home.
Will you even higher up, so is The Shard 244 meters high, and here you have a 360 * views of the city if you do not want to spend money on a half-hour's views, and the weather is good so take instead up on Plimrose Hill in the northern part of Regent's park where you have a breathtaking view over the whole of London.
Are you into markets, London also has a lot to offer. Market Portobello Road in Notting Hill is famous from the movie of the same name, and is reportedly the world's thirst and longest antikmarkeder. It should be not so fine as is Bricklane Market in the eastern part of London well worth a visit. Here you will find a lot of vintage shops, and so have the blazing street food, where you can get food from most of the world.

London is huge and the supply of food as well. We can recommend Steak & Co, which has several restaurants in west London around Leicester Square. The concept is actually quite simple. You get a steak with fries and then you get it otherwise served on a hot stone so you can grill it yourself. It is quite simple,
but there is something particularly satisfying about roasting your own steak.
Just down the street, we find the Brazilian restaurant Rodízio Rico, where the meat is served fresh from skewers. Here you can relax in their huge buffet.
Should it be more classic English as in Fish and Chips, then we can recommend The Golden Chippy, widely recognized as the best of its kind.

City life:

there is a wealth of pubs, and most can be a bit of the same. Service and menus are fairly standardized, so it's just choosing a, where there is now a time space. Would in a little more time in it, so is the place where it happens. Shoreditch London's eastern area has become hip, and there are a lot of bars and clubs.
Hoxton Pony is a fine place to start with a couple of beers or cocktails, and if you want to, you can then take on Traffic, there is a mix of a bar and a disco. Keep in a little more central, so of course there is also fine possibilities.
Particularly around Soho, where there is always a good time in the. O'Neil has always filled, and although there are many tourists, it is a very fine place. A little later in this take on the Piccadilly Institute, Soho's arguably most famous disco.

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Transport from the airport

There are 4 different airports in London: Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and Heathrow.

The above airports all have the same transport options: Taxi, Bus and Train.

Depending on where you live in London, it usually tends to be the easiest and fastest to take the lightning train directly to the center.

At all 4 airports, there are information desks in the Arrivals Hall, which can safely assist and guide you in finding the best transport to your hotel.

Below you can see a more detailed selection of various options:


If you arrive at Heathrow, there are several opportunities to get into the center. You can choose to take the bus, which runs from terminals 1,2 and 3, and there are plenty of signs in the arrivals halls. The trip takes just about 50 minutes and costs between 10-17 pounds.

You can also choose to take the tube, which also runs from terminals 1,2 and 3. It is the Piccadilly line, and the trip here also takes between 35 and 60 minutes. The price is £ 8-15 depending on the destination.

It is also possible to take a taxi directly to the hotel, the taxis stop right outside the terminal building.


From Gatwick there are also several opportunities to enter London. You can choose to take the bus which goes to Victoria Station in London. The trip takes 90 minutes and costs 6.60 pounds. Tickets can be booked in advance via this link or purchased in the Arrivals Hall.

The trains to London Victoria run every 15 minutes and take about 35 minutes. You can choose either Gatwick Express or Southern, and they cost £ 16.90 at Gatwick Express and £ 10.90 at Southern respectively. It is advantageous to book return tickets.

The taxi takes about 60-70 minutes.

London City Airport

DLR (Docklands Light Railway) takes you from London City Airport in just 7 minutes and is the easiest way to get into the city center. You get off at Canning Town Station, where you can find lines to the rest of London. The train leaves every 10 minutes from London City Airport.

You can also choose to take a taxi directly to the hotel. It takes about 30 minutes to the city center. Taxis stop right outside the terminal.


You can also take the bus between London Stansted and London Victoria. It takes 75 minutes. Tickets can be booked online here or purchased at the terminal.

You can also hop on the Stansted Express, which runs from the airport's own station under the terminal. Trains run every 15 minutes to Liverpool Street station in London. The trip takes about 45 minutes.

The taxi takes about 50-70 minutes. Remember to arrange it with the driver.

Transport to Tottenham in London

The easiest way to get to Tottenham is by taxi. It costs between 20-25 pounds to get out there from central London. It takes 2-3 shifts along the way first with the tube and then by train.

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