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Getting to the stadium

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If you’re a match ticket holder in Saint Petersburg, you’re entitled to a free matchday travelcard, which entitles you to use public transport for free on the day of your game. Find out more on the UEFA EURO 2020 app.

The stadium is located in the north-west of Saint Petersburg.

We have established walkways between the stadium and nearby transport hubs, so it’s easier to follow social distancing guidelines.

❗ Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket. Plan your route to the stadium before you set off to avoid missing your dedicated entry time slot.

The best way to get to the stadium depends on your match ticket, but the metro serves all entrances best.

I have a ticket for Entrances 1, 2, 3 or 4.

  • Entrances located south-east of the stadium.
  • Travel via Zenit metro station, and then follow to the pedestrian bridge through the Yuzhnaya Road.

I have a ticket for Entrances 5, 6 or 7.

  • Entrances located north-east of the stadium.
  • Travel via Krestovsky Ostrov metro station and then follow to the Batareynaya Road.

I have a ticket for Entrances 8, 9, 10 or 11.

  • Entrances located north of the stadium.
  • Travel via Begovaya metro station and then follow to the Yahtennyy bridge.

🕐 Estimated travel time: 35 min cross-city, depending on the point of departure.

🎫 Match ticket holders in Saint Petersburg are entitled to a free Ⓜ️ matchday travelcard for public transport.

⌛ Your Saint Petersburg Travelcard is valid on the day of your match from 00:00 to 23:59 the next day. Your travelcard will be available on the UEFA EURO 2020 app. It will be sent to you the day before your matchday.

🚇 By Metro
Entrances (1, 2, 3 or 4) match ticket holders:

📍 Station: Zenit
🚇 Metro M3 green line
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 20–25 min on foot via Yuzhnaya Road through the pedestrian bridge.

Entrances (5, 6 or 7) match ticket holders:

📍 Station: Krestovsky Ostrov
🚇 Metro 5 purple line
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 20–25 min on foot via Batareynaya Road

Entrances (8, 9, 10 or 11) match ticket holders:

📍Station: Begovaya
🚇 Metro M3 green line
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 25–30 min on foot via Yahtennyy bridge with a beautiful view of the stadium and the bay.

🚌 Shuttle bus services

Additional shuttle bus services will be running to the stadium on matchdays, free of charge to all ticket holders:

  • S2 connecting city centre (Ligovsky Avenue, 30) and stadium.
    Operating hours: three hours before the match until kick-off.
  • S3 connecting Petrogradskaya metro station (Kamennoostrovsky Avenue, 42) and stadium.
    Operating hours: three hours before the match until three hours after the final whistle.
  • S4 connecting Vyborgskaya metro station (Smolyachkova Street, 19) and stadium.
    Operating hours: three hours before the match until three hours after the final whistle.
  • S6 connecting Chkalovskaya metro station (Bol'shaya Zelenina Street, 12a) and stadium.
    Operating hours: three hours before the match until three hours after the final whistle.
  • S10 connecting the airport and stadium.
    Operating hours: five hours before the match until three hours after the final whistle.

Entrances (5, 6 or 7) match ticket holders:

📍 Station: Krestovsky Bus Station
🚇 Shuttle S2, S3, S4
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 15–20 min on foot via Batareynaya Road

📍 Station: Temporary stand (Sportivnaya street and Morskoy prospekt intersection)
🚇 Shuttle S6
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 25–30 min on foot via Batareynaya Road

📍 Station: Ryukhina street
🚇 Shuttle S10
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 20–25 min on foot via Batareynaya Road

 🚇 By Tram
Entrances (8, 9, 10 or 11) match ticket holders:

📍Station: Begovaya
🚇 Lines: Tram 19, 48
🚶 Distance station – stadium: 20–25 min on foot via Yahtennyy bridge with a beautiful view of the stadium and the bay.

Road closures and travel disruptions are likely to affect your journey, so we do not recommend taking a taxi to the stadium.

If you are determined to arrive by taxi, please only do so if you have a ticket to the north entrances 8, 9, 10 or 11. There are no drop-off points in proximity to the other entrances.

Saint Petersburg Stadium will not provide parking for private vehicles during the event.

Extensive road closures are in place around the stadium on matchdays. You won’t be allowed to access the Krestovsky Island through transport perimeter control (TPC) if you are not a resident of this specific area. Instead, plan to park your car close to transport hubs further out and use public transport to get to the stadium.

At the stadium during UEFA EURO 2020 there will be arranged parking areas for organised PNA A and B supporters buses.

These areas will be located in the following proximity to stadium entrances:

  • Parking P31 for supporters of Team A will be located on the existing road space of Primorskiy Avenue.
  • Parking P32 for supporters of Team B will be located on the existing road space of Petrovskiy Avenue.

Spectator buses can only park in dedicated areas if they have a parking pass for UEFA EURO 2020. Please check with your transport operator if they are authorised to access the PNA parking area.

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The best way to plan your matchday travel?

Use the Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map – an interactive journey planner on the UEFA EURO 2020 app. Plot your routes between UEFA Festival sites and the stadium, see all additional services and shuttles as well as road closures and walking routes.

Accessible Stadium Travel

What's the best way to get to the stadium if you're a disabled fan?

Spectators can go to the stadium by car if they have an accessible parking pass for UEFA EURO 2020.

Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking pass. Fans who requested a parking pass have been contacted by UEFA's ticketing team and were offered the possibility to claim their complimentary parking pass on the ticket portal.

Keep in mind that there’s only a limited number of parking permits available, so even if you have requested one, we can’t guarantee that all applicants will be successful.

If your application for a parking permit wasn't approved, you can use the disabled parking at Petrovskaya Square. Please note: to park here you must display a disabled parking permit.

S5, an accessible shuttle bus service, will be operating upon request between Petrovskaya Square and the disabled drop-off area at the stadium. You will need to request the service from our volunteers positioned at Petrovskaya Square on matchdays. This service is available from five hours before kick-off to three hours after.

To assist disabled people within Saint Petersburg, the Metro operates a specialised department – ‘Distance of passengers’ mobility support. Metro support staff will help from the entrance to the station up to boarding a train. The same support will also be provided when disembarking the train.

📞 Passengers may apply for assistance by calling the Metro helpdesk on +7-800-350-11-55.

Visit the official website of Saint Petersburg Metro to find out more details on using accessible Metro service.

Disembarking at Zenit metro station is the most efficient way to get to the stadium. On all matchdays, Volkswagen Mobility Makers located nearby will be happy to direct you towards your entrance.

A special transport service for disabled fans will be running on all matchdays from the Krestovsky Ostrov metro station (Primorsky Victory Park entrance) and Krestovsky Bus Station to the north-east entrance of Saint Petersburg Stadium. This service runs from five hours before kick-off to three hours after.

On all Saint Petersburg matchdays, a dedicated shuttle service, the S5 for disabled fans, will run between Petrovskaya Square to the stadium. Service is provided upon request to our volunteers based at Petrovskaya Square.

This service operates from five hours before kick-off to three hours after.

Cars without an official parking permit should park at Petrovskaya Square. Please use the shuttle bus services mentioned above to travel to the stadium. Road closures and travel disruptions may severely increase journey times. Make sure you leave enough time for contingency.

For more detailed information on accessible travel in Saint Petersburg, please visit the CAFE Football Disabled Spectator Guides.

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