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Here is some travel advice for our fans travelling to Holland for Wednesday's UEFA Cup R16 second leg against PSV.

Here is some travel advice for our fans travelling to Holland for Wednesday's UEFA Cup R16 second leg against PSV.

ALL fans will need to carry photographic documentation with them at ALL TIMES to confirm their identity. If stopped by the Police for whatever reason, they will be asked to produce this item - preferably a Passport - or they could be liable for arrest.

Trains have been organised to transfer fans from Amsterdam direct to the Philips Stadium. Spurs fans will alight onto an enclosed platform and enter the Stadium via a covered walkway. Fans wishing to take the train back to Amsterdam after the match should enter the Station via the same walkway for boarding.

After the match, there will be four trains and these will leave the station once full and only on the orders of the Police.

Those arriving by coach will enter an area taking them to the covered walkway and enter the Stadium in the same manner as above.

Block MM is on the corner of the Stadium and has excellent facilities. It is highly likely that our fans will be held back for up to 20minutes as per usual arrangements in UEFA Cup away matches. Please be patient whilst you wait, facilities will be made available to you if required.

No alcohol will be available inside the ground and bottles will not be allowed in. Flags and banners are welcome once the Dutch Police/Security team have checked them for appropriate wording.

The Stadium will open at 6:45pm - two hours before kick off.

PLEASE do not travel if you do not have a match ticket. THFC Tickets have sold out and no more will be available. PLEASE do not purchase tickets from anyone on the street - the Dutch Police have advised us that forgeries have been a concern at matches in the UEFA Cup Competition. You will not gain entry to the Stadium and could find yourself arrested if attempting to do so.

As per usual, you will be met by your own team of Stewards who are there to work with PSV and assist you if required. Searching will be carried out by PSV staff at various entry points. Please have your tickets ready for inspection when requested.

All information regarding lost property, passports, emergency numbers can be found on

British Consulate-General
Koningslaan 44
1075 AE Amsterdam

Opening Hours: 08.30-12.30

Out of Hours Duty Officer: (0031) (0) 6-21895072

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.