Tonight at 8:45 PM, Croatia will face Armenia in the final round of qualification for the European Championship. This crucial game could secure their place in Germany, and Luka Modrić and the team are expected to receive great support from over 20 thousand spectators at Maksimir stadium. Despite the predicted bad weather, fans are anticipated to fill the stadium and cheer on their national team.
In preparation for the match, HNS has organized a rich program leading up to it. The fan zone outside the stadium will feature popular musicians Mate Bulić and Tiho Orlić, who will perform starting at 5:00 p.m.
To ensure safety during this event, special security measures and traffic regulations have been put in place at the stadium and surrounding areas. The police will be present to prevent illegal behavior and safeguard everyone’s well-being.
Upon entering Maksimir stadium, visitors will undergo detailed security checks to prevent prohibited items or funds from being brought into the facility. It is advised that visitors arrive early to avoid any delays or complications during entry. The gates will open at 6:45 p.m., after which several parking areas around the stadium will temporarily close to vehicle traffic due to high demand for parking spots. To avoid congestion caused by cars, it is recommended that visitors use public transport instead of driving their own vehicles.
During the game, spectators must adhere to all guidelines set by police officers and refrain from any racist or discriminatory behavior towards other fans or players on either team. This event is monitored closely by both the Croatian Football Association and Zagreb Police Department through audio and video recordings before, during, and after the football match.
For those attending tonight’s game between Croatia and Armenia, it’s important to remember that safety should always come first – whether you’re watching live from Maksimir Stadium or tuning in from your couch at home!