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The National Stadium, as the remaining tournament arenas in Poland, has been designed as a friendly and safe facility for all of its users. It has nearly 360 CCTV monitoring cameras. There is a team of several hundred persons responsible for information - law enforcement and emergency services to ensure the smooth operation of mass events.
There are eight first aid points within the stadium grounds (search for a white cross on a green background sign) located on the promenades and numerous ambulances.
In addition to the first aid points, you can obtain first aid from foot patrols, which will look after you and provide you with the necessary medical assistance. In the case of illness or injury, the patrol will refer you to the appropriate stadium unit or hospital.
The stadium is divided into two security zones. The external, between the stadium and the fencing and the internal, being the stadium stands and enclosure. The entrance to the external zone is possible after the ticket check by the stewards and the clothing and luggage control. Remember that you cannot bring such objects as weapons, explosives, pyrotechnics, fire-hazardous materials, alcoholic beverages, narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances into the stadium. There are areas for deposit at the entrances, where you can leave items for safekeeping that cannot be brought into the facility, against a receipt.
Remember that when flying – no matter if the flight is inside or outside Poland – you must have an ID document to present to the airport staff. To enter the Schengen territory, citizens of third countries must have a valid travel document and visa if required.
Tickets to the UEFA EURO 2012 games can only be purchased through the following website www.uefa.com, National Football Federations, or won in competitions organised by the official sponsors of the Tournament.
For the comfort of tourists from EU countries, the movement of organised groups of fans, football teams and UEFA activists will be facilitated on the four border crossings between Poland and Ukraine during UEFA EURO 2012™.
The ban on drinking alcohol in public places, possession of a knife or other dangerous items, the entry to a football match of a minor without a guardian – are just some of the regulations in force in Poland.
Choose the genuine logo and high quality licensed UEFA EURO 2012™ products. When you buy counterfeit goods you are agreeing to breaking the law and to the low quality of such goods.
Take care of your health when in Poland during UEFA EURO 2012. The sanitary and epidemiological rules are very similar to what you are used to back home.
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