Updated information for fans travelling to Italy for our UEFA Cup group match against Udinese this Thursday, October 23.
Fans purchasing tickets are advised that following a request from the Italian authorities all tickets allocated by Tottenham Hotspur will have the name of the person the ticket is allocated to written on it.
On arrival at the Stadium strict ticket checks will be in place and fans will have to supply identification proving who they are and that the name on the ticket corresponds.
The Udinese Police have insisted upon this ticket check and you will be denied entry if your documentation and ticket are not in the same name.
Please do not travel without a ticket - you will NOT gain access and there are no sales on the day for visiting fans.
Udine itself is a very pleasant town with an excellent centre which has numerous bars and cafes.
There is a strict alcohol ban in the town centre from 4pm-7pm and as usual, there will be no alcohol sold in or around the Stadium.
The Stadium will open at 4pm and fans are advised to arrive at the Stadium as early as possible as there will be a number of ticket checks prior to entry
Buses will leave the centre two and a half hours before kick-off.
THFC Travel Stewards are there to assist the Udinese Stewards on the day and will advise fans where they can pick up buses to take them to the Stadium.
The Stadio Friuli is approximately 20 minutes from the centre and is the same distance from Trieste Airport.
Please be aware that extra large banners/flags will not be allowed and will be checked for size and appropriate wording prior to entry. Prohibited items include, bottles, alcohol, weapons and flares.
There are adequate catering and welfare facilities available in the visiting section and as per normal UEFA rules, no alcohol will be sold.
May we please remind you 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 the local community. Any cases of disorder will be dealt with firmly by the local Police and UEFA.