Scotland Yard confirmed that the police were called at 10.59 pm (GMT).
Details of the victim's situation have not yet been produced.
A man was arrested on the scene under GBH's suspicion.
A crime scene remains in place in the northern London area at the time of writing.
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A metropolitan police spokesman said: "A man was arrested on the scene under GBH's suspicion.
The painful assault is the fourth reported stabbing in London on Wednesday, November 7th.
Other male victims were stabbed to Shepherds Bush, Hackney and another to Leytonstone.
Enfield has seen a wave of violent crime over the past year.
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At the end of last month, a man believed to be 30 years old with multiple wounds in his leg was found.
The victim rushed to the hospital where life-threatening injuries were dealt with.
In March, Russell Jones, 23, died after suffering from knife injuries and shooting injuries in Enfield, northern London.
Ishak Tacine, 20, from Enfield, was repeatedly stabbed at Edmonton, after reports of battles between armed men battling baseball bats.
On Tuesday 7 November, a 98-year-old victim suffered a head injury and multiple bruises in the "brutal and pointless" assault and robbery, police said.
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The officers were summoned to his home on Evesham Street, Enfield shortly after 10 am on Tuesday.
He was hurried to the hospital, where he remains in critical condition.
On Monday, London Mayor Sadiq Khan warned that he could take a generation to turn the tide of violent crime into the capital.
He said: "In order to make really significant progress it can take up to 10 years."
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Low levels of police in the strike have been accused in part of the scourge of violence.
According to Town Hall data, police coverage in London is at the lowest rate in 20 years with 3.3 police officers for every one thousand Londoners – the lowest rate since 1998 and 19 percent below 2010.
Local leaders must be more successful in putting pressure on the government for extra money for policing, Khan said.