Spurs fans have been warned about delays to merchandise orders after a fire ripped through an Enfield warehouse near the club's retail unit on Thursday morning (November 23).

Emergency services were called to the blaze at an Enfield industrial estate at 9.13am, where a warehouse in East Duck Lees Lane in Ponders End was engulfed in flames.

More than 80 London Fire Brigade firefighters worked to tackle the blaze, which was under control by 12pm.

Tottenham Hotspur FC owns a Ponders End retail unit next door to the warehouse that caught fire.

It was evacuated while LFB dealt with the incident.

Fire rips through a warehouse in Enfield
Footage shows devastating scale of Enfield fire

A Tottenham Hotspur spokesman said: "Due to a fire in the retail unit adjacent to our merchandise warehouse in Ponders End, resulting in an evacuation of all staff in the industrial estate, there is likely to be a delay on all retail orders currently being processed.

Images show London Ambulance Service at scene of fire

"Please bear with us as we endeavour to resume normal service with our retail operations as soon as possible.

Smoke from fire at an industrial estate in Enfield

"We appreciate your patience at this time."

Enfield fire: No serious injuries in blaze that ripped through warehouse

LFB officers remained at the site "dampening down" into Thursday afternoon.

An LFB spokesman said: "The Brigade was called at 9.13am and the fire was under control at 11.59am.

"Crews will remain at the scene throughout the afternoon damping down hotspots."

London Ambulance Service confirmed no serious injuries were reported in the fire.

An LAS spokesman said: "We were called at 9.34am to East Duck Lees lane, Enfield to reports of a fire.

"We sent our Hazardous Area Response Team, an incident response and a single responder in a car to the scene.

"We checked over one person at the scene, but did not take them to hospital."

The cause of the fire is unknown at this stage.

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