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To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, EMA Number (if you have one), and nationality. Payment is by bank transfer to Michael Donaghy, sort code 11-04-05, account number 01241805; for international transfers you may need IBAN GB36HLFX11040501241805 and/or BIC HLFXGB21L76. Please include your surname and EMA number in the reference for the transfer, and ensure any fees are paid on your side - I recommend Transferwise as it’s often cheaper than using a bank for international payment.
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The YHA London Lee Valley (Google Maps link) is just around the corner from Cheshunt railway station (1 minute walk) - follow the brown signs.
From central London there are fast trains to Cheshunt every 15 minutes from Liverpool Street, taking around 20 minutes - look for trains towards Cambridge, Hertford East or Stansted Airport (trains terminating at Cheshunt are slower stopping services). You can also board these trains at Tottenham Hale (Victoria Line). Please confirm before travel as these trains are sometimes diverted via Seven Sisters for weekend engineering works.
Stansted is the most convenient airport for Cheshunt as it’s on the same train line. From Stansted, take the first train towards London Liverpool Street, and if Cheshunt is not listed as a stop then change at Harlow Town (30-45 minutes).
From Heathrow, take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, then Circle or Hammersmith & City Line to Liverpool Street for a train to Cheshunt (80 minutes). A cheaper option is to take the Picadilly line to Finsbury Park, then the Victoria line to Tottenham Hale for the train to Cheshunt (100 minutes).
From Gatwick, take the Gatwick Express to Victoria, then the Victoria line to Tottenham Hale for a train to Cheshunt (80-90 minutes).
From Luton, take a train to St Pancras, then the Victoria line to Tottenham Hale for a train to Cheshunt (90 minutes).
From London City airport, take the DLR to Stratford for a train to Cheshunt (60 minutes).
From Southend, take a train to Liverpool Street and change for a train to Cheshunt (80-90 minutes).
From St Pancras International, take the Victoria line to Tottenham Hale for a train to Cheshunt. (30-40 minutes)
Leave the M25 at junction 25 and take the A10, follow the signs for Cheshunt railway station, then follow the brown signs.
The YHA London Lee Valley offers youth hostel accommodation at low prices, right at the tournament venue.
The newly-built Premier Inn Tottenham Hale has good standard accomodation just outside Tottenham Hale station, a 10-minute direct train journey to/from the tournament venue.
The Cheshunt Mariott Hotel is a luxury option, but be warned it’s at the other end of Cheshunt (35 minute walk, or a 5-minute bus ride and two 10-minute walks).