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Buses for fans in Split due to snowfall

Published: Saturday 4 February 2012, 11.23CET
As Split has been hit by its biggest snowfall in many years, UEFA and the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) are putting on special buses to the Spaladium Arena.
Buses for fans in Split due to snowfall
There has been heavy snowfall in Split ©Sportsfile
 

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Published: Saturday 4 February 2012, 11.23CET

Buses for fans in Split due to snowfall

As Split has been hit by its biggest snowfall in many years, UEFA and the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) are putting on special buses to the Spaladium Arena.

As Split has been hit by its biggest snowfall in many years, UEFA and the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) are endeavouring to make sure all fans can successfully reach the Spaladium Arena for the UEFA Futsal EURO 2012 game between Croatia and the Czech Republic tonight.

• Free buses have been laid on today (and will be on future matchdays if the weather remains the same) with three entry points: Metrojak, Pujanke and Brda.

• Buses run from 18.00 and will carry the sign ‘Futsal – Spaladium Arena'. Fans with tickets should be at the stops as early as possible to avoid the crowds.

• The buses will operate with the same routes leaving the Spaladium Arena from ten minutes after the game.

Last updated: 04/02/12 18.50CET

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