PRAGUE TRAVEL ADVICE
Information for supporters travelling to the Czech Republic for our UEFA Cup Round of 32 first leg against Slavia Prague on Thursday (February 14).
Information for supporters travelling to the Czech Republic for our UEFA Cup Round of 32 first leg against Slavia Prague on Thursday (February 14).Fans can find a range of travel and tourist information from the British Embassy in the Czech Republic by visiting their website – CLICK HERE…
Please do not tie flags and banners to the outer walls of buildings. Those who travelled to Prague in September, 2006 will remember that these were removed and placed on the cobbled stones of the square where made for a spectacular sight!
Remember that the beer in Prague is considerably stronger than here, so take care. The Police will not tolerate drunken behaviour in the city centre or at the stadium.
The stadium - Evzena Rosickeho Stadium (also called 'Strahov') - is away from the city centre so our advice to fans is to leave plenty of time to make that journey.
It can be reached by metro and tram from the city centre. Take tram number 22 or 23 from Malostranska underground station (A-line) in the direction of the castle. Get off at Malovanka stop. Then cross the street and go up the hill. In 10 minutes you are at the stadium.
As always, you will be met by a team of our own Stewards who will be happy to assist if you have any issues.
Flags and banners are allowed into the Stadium but please pass to the Stewards who will arrange for them to be prominently placed.
Do not attempt to enter the Stadium with bottles or weapons of any type. Anyone found with weapons or fireworks will be arrested.
There are limited refreshment facilities at the stadium so it is suggested that fans eat before they go to the match. There are adequate toilet facilities for males and females.
It is highly likely that Spurs fans will be asked to remain behind for a short while after the final whistle - all announcements to this effect will be made in English. PLEASE abide by this ruling and remain in the seated area until such time as you may leave. The exits are steep and should be used with caution, particularly on exiting the stadium.
We are advised that the weather is likely to be quite cold, so please take warm clothing!
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 and thank you all again for your tremendous support.