Keys for a safer Eurocup
UEFA’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE PARTNERSHIP IS TO REPRESENT THE FOOTBALL FAMILY’S INTERESTS IN FOOTBALL SAFETY AND SECURITY, WHILE ALSO STIMULATING ALL CONCERNED TO PREVENT INCIDENTS, COMPLY WITH SAFETY REGULATIONS AND ENSURE PROPER POLICING AND STEWARDING
UEFA EUROCUP 2016 SECURITY
As we all know security is a crucial fact when it comes to major events such as the UEFA Euro 2016. This year about 2.5 million spectators are expected to attend the matches across France, and since Europe has been facing several terror attacks in the past months, France will get prepared in every aspect to avoid any dangers. Which turns out to be an opportunity to work on having the safest games and create great experiences for attendees.
Security checkpoints will be very strict at every access point to the Stadium and even at Fan Zones at the 10 host cities. This with the purpose of providing safety and security to people participating in any activity related to the event.
Something beyond important to accomplish this is to make sure any prohibited items are taken away at every access point of the stadium. For further information on what’s allowed and what’s not, take a look at the list of items clicking on the following Link.
All these rules were developed with the purpose of avoiding any kind of mishap or accident during EURO 2016 and for our own benefit. The goal is to make the attendees feel safe and to let them enjoy the Euro 2016 experience with no concerns.
Avoid the fact of being held at the entrance because of the possession of something not permitted. If you want to grab some beers with your friends before the game DO IT! Just remember you cannot bring them inside the stadium. Megaphones? Of course, if you are cheering for your team use your megaphone outside of the stadium to make some noise or if your team wins, as long as it’s not inside any of the stadiums. We all want to take good pictures as such events like this one, just remember that the only device you can take inside with you is your phone. If you do have permission from UEFA to take your camera or recording device with you, then you are fine. Any suspicious
It is strongly discouraged the use of private cars to drive to the stadium. There will be no parking facilities provided for UEFA EURO 2016 spectators and participants, except for people with reduced mobility. However, the Euroexpo park and ride will be available for spectators on match days with dedicated shuttle buses to the stadium. The easiest medium way to get to stadiums is to take public transportation.
Metro / Bus / Tramway / Taxi / Car Sharing
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