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LEVERKUSEN TRAVEL ADVICE

Posted on 21 November 2006  - 12:00

This Thursday we play our second away game in the group stage of the UEFA Cup when we face Bayer Leverkusen.

This Thursday we play our second away game in the group stage of the UEFA Cup when we face Bayer Leverkusen.Supporters are reminded that they MUST NOT travel without a match ticket. Tickets will NOT be available on the night to Spurs fans as the game has sold out. Also please take extra care of your ticket as there will be NO duplication of tickets whatsoever.

If you do decide to travel without a ticket, you should stay in Cologne or Düsseldorf as there are no facilities around the Stadium itself. There are numerous Sports Bars within the city areas, which will be showing the match live. DO NOT purchase touted or counterfeit tickets in the City. You WILL be refused admission. Please note there will also be a large local Police operation in the City centres for this game.

Supporters with a ticket who are travelling to Leverkusen should avoid driving to the Stadium as there is very limited car parking available. The train station is approximately 15 minutes form the Stadium and 30 minutes from Cologne City centre.

The Stadium will be open at 6:30pm and it is essential that fans arrive as close to this time as possible as not only will there be several ticket checks before supporters reach the turnstiles but all fans will be subjected to a search. No alcohol or anything that could potentially be used as a weapon will be allowed into the Stadium but flags and banners are acceptable provided they do not carry any wording that could be considered as racist or offensive. For the added safety of our fans, there will be several Tottenham Hotspur stewards and officials at the game.

The Club would like to remind fans travelling to the game that as a Tottenham Hotspur supporter you are an ambassador for the Club. We ask that your behaviour reflect that at all times.