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Sevilla supporters: All you need to know

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📲 Mobile tickets

All tickets will be mobile tickets, so download and transfer them onto your phone via the UEFA Mobile Tickets app before you set off for Athens and Piraeus. Our ticketing team will send you all the details by email.

🌡️ Heat safety

High temperatures are expected in Athens and Piraeus during the week of Super Cup. Make sure you stay safe while you’re out and about:

💧 Stay hydrated and carry a bottle of water with you at all times
☀️ Avoid being in the sun between 12:00 – 17:00
🧴 Apply sunscreen frequently (free sunscreen will be available at the Fan Festival)
🧢 Wear a hat

🌍 Travel to Greece

🛂 Entry requirements

If you come from Spain or another EU/Schengen country, you can enter Greece with your national ID card or passport.

➡️ Coming from outside the EU or Schengen area?

If you are coming from outside these areas, you will need your passport to enter Greece. Your passport must meet with the following Schengen area entry requirements:

• Valid for at least 3 months after the date you intend to leave the EU


• Issued within the last 10 years

🗺️ Things to do in Athens & Piraeus

🤳 Grab a selfie with the Super Cup Trophy

Head to Jacqueline de Romigi Square, Athens, on Saturday 12 or Sunday 13 August, or Plateia Korai, Piraeus, on Tuesday 15 or Wednesday 16 August to grab the ultimate selfie.

🏆 Check out the Giant Trophy

A giant Super Cup trophy will be in place at Jacqueline de Romigi Square from Monday 14 to Wednesday 16 August.

🎶 Enjoy the Fan Festival activities

Your Super Cup visit to Greece wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the Fan Festival! The festivities will be in full swing at Plateia Korai on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 August.

Click below for more info ⬇️

Fan Festival
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🚌 Matchday travel

When it’s time to head to the stadium, choose a route that gets you to the correct entrance to avoid having to walk through the crowds!

➡️ From Athens city centre to the stadium

🚌 By free shuttle bus

Catch a free shuttle from Kallimarmaro Stadium (approx. 10-min walk from Syntagma) for the most direct route to your side of the stadium. The journey will take approximately 30 minutes.

🕖 Fans should arrive at 18:30 to board a free shuttle bus. Make sure you arrive on time so you don't miss out!

🚇 By metro

Neo Faliro metro station is convenient for the stadium; however, you will arrive on the wrong side of the stadium and will have to walk approx. 15 minutes around the stadium perimeter to get to the correct entrance.

Take the M1 metro line from Monastiraki or another city centre station to Neo Faliro and follow the signs on arrival for directions to the entrance stated on your ticket(s).

➡️ From Fan Festival to the stadium

🚇 By metro

Neo Faliro metro station on M1 is convenient for the stadium; however, you will arrive on the wrong side of the stadium and will have to walk approx. 15 minutes around the stadium perimeter to get to the correct entrance. Please allow extra travel time.

For more information on getting around Athens and Piraeus, click below ⬇️


Download the map

🏟️ At the stadium

When planning for the match, keep in mind that the stadium may operate differently to what you are used to.

🎒 Bags larger than A4 size won’t be allowed into the stadium.

🔋 You can bring a small power bank, no larger than your phone.

🚭 Smoking, including the use of e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco products, is not allowed inside the stadium.

📍Only enter through the entrance that’s indicated on your ticket. Have a look at the stadium map before setting off.

🚫 Check out the list of forbidden items before matchday.

Visit our dedicated stadium page for full information.

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♿ Accessibility

Visit our dedicated accessibility page for more info on matchday travel, services at the stadium and more.

👋 After the match

With a 22:00 kick-off and the Trophy Ceremony after the match, you can expect the celebrations at the stadium to conclude at 00:20.

If scores are level at the end of normal time, a penalty shoot-out will determine the winners. In this instance, everything should be over around 00:45.

As you know, football is unpredictable and things can always change. These times should be considered estimates. Check out your options below to get back to Athens city centre or Piraeus ⬇️

🚌 By free shuttle bus

Take advantage of the free shuttle buses leaving from a 3-minute walk north of the stadium heading back to Athens city centre after the final whistle. Once the celebrations are complete on the pitch, head back to the Shuttle Bus Stop to get back to Kallimarmaro. All Shuttle Buses will depart at the same time.

🚇 By metro

Metro services will be extended until 02:00 to get supporters back to Athens or Piraeus. Services will be busy so please be patient when leaving the stadium.

To Athens city centre:
1️⃣ Head south out of the stadium to Neo Faliro metro station (3-minute walk)
2️⃣ Take M1 metro line in the direction of Kifissia for Athens city centre stations, such as Monastiraki and Omonoia. Services will be running every 10 minutes with additional trains increasing capacity.

⚠️ Services will be very busy, so please be patient when queuing up.

To Piraeus:

➡️ Take the M1 metro for one stop to Piraeus (M1 terminus).

🚇 By taxi

Remember that road closures will be in place around the stadium, therefore please use the designated taxi drop off/pick up point when booking taxis:

Leof. Athinon-Pireos (near the junction of Karaoli ke Dimitriou)

💡 Useful info

🚨 Emergency services numbers

Sometimes unforeseen accidents happen. We want you to stay safe in Athens and Piraeus, so if you are involved in an emergency of any kind, dial 112, the European emergency number.

🏛️ Embassy of Spain in Greece – providing services for Spanish nationals

Spanish nationals who require urgent assistance whilst in Athens and Piraeus should contact the Embassy directly.