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IMPORTANT TRAVEL ADVICE

Posted on 4 December 2007  - 12:00

We would like to take this opportunity to provide important information to our fans travelling to Belgium for our UEFA Cup tie on Thursday.

We would like to take this opportunity to provide important information to our fans travelling to Belgium for our UEFA Cup tie on Thursday.Anderlecht’s Constant Vanden Stock Stadium is approximately 20 minutes away from the centre of Brussels and Tottenham fans should use the metro system to travel to the venue.

Veeweyde Station has been designated specifically for visiting supporters and is approximately 1km from the Stadium.

We strongly advise fans without tickets NOT to travel to this fixture.

We would like to remind supporters once again that anyone travelling to our UEFA Cup matches abroad is doing so as an ambassador of the Club. It is vital that respect is shown at all times to our hosts, and that any cases of disorder will be dealt with firmly by both the local police and UEFA.

The Belgian Police will not tolerate inappropriate behaviour of any kind and will not hesitate to take firm action if they feel there is any behaviour that they consider aggressive or threatening. In addition, the Police will be carrying out a robust operation and will not tolerate drunkenness in the Town Centre or at the Stadium. Anyone deemed as drunk will be refused access to the stadium.

There will be a security cordon erected up to 5 kilometres away from the stadium to prevent anyone without a match ticket from getting anywhere near to the venue.

THFC Club stewards will be working at the match to assist all of our supporters who have been allocated a ticket for this match.

As ever, we would like to thank all supporters for their fantastic backing for the team and hope that those supporters travelling to Belgium have an enjoyable and successful trip.

For details of ‘Belgian Football Law’, please CLICK HERE…