Information for Maccabi Haifa game

Important information for travelling Maccabi Haifa fans.

Slavia will host Maccabi Haifa in the second home game of the UEFA Europa Conference League Group E on Thursday, 4 November, from 9 pm CET.

Tickets

The tickets for the away sector have been provided to the club Macccabi Haifa and will not be available in Prague on matchday. We do not reccomend buying tickets via different ticket re-sellers as we cannot guarantee the validity of the ticket. Fans with Maccabi Haifa club symbols (flags, shirts, scarves) might not be allowed to enter different sectors at the stadium.

Entrance no. 3 is alloceted for the away sector. Only sectors 119-121 and 122-123 are reservedfor Maccabi Haifa fan.

Maccabi Haifa supporters who bought tickets other way than official sale via Maccabi Haifa network cannot be admitted to the stadium. Their tickets cannot be validated on covid non-infectivity in the box office (as is necessary for all fans).

Important: The Print-at-Home ticket must be presented at the stadium in paper form. Please, print the ticket in advance. Neither a digital version of the ticket nor the booking confirmation entitles the ticket holder to enter the stadium.

Hygienic measures

The entry to the stadium will be allowed upon presentation of a medical certificate based on current Czech government regulations (vaccination, SARS-CoV-2 testing result, suffering covid-19 disease in the past).

Getting to Eden

The Eden Arena (Sinobo Stadium) is located in the Vršovice neighbourhood in the south-eastern part of Prague. It is easily accessible by Prague public transport from the city centre and other parts of the city.

By tram

Trams no. 6, 7, 22 and 24 stop at “Slavia” station which is located only 2 minutes from the stadium. The journey from city centre (Wenceslas Square) takes about 25 minutes.

By bus

Buses no. 135, 136, 150 and 213 stop at “Slavia” station.

By metro

Closest underground stations are “Želivského” and “Strašnická” on line A (green line). Both are located about 20 minutes walking distance from the stadium. You can also use buses no. 150 and 213 from “Želivského” station or tram no. 7 from “Strašnická” station.

By train

Easiest and fastest way from the city centre (Prague Main Train Station) are trains on the line S9. The journey to the station “Praha – Eden” takes only 8 minutes. The train station is located right next to the Eden Arena.

Parking

We do not recommend going to Eden by car as the parking possibilities are limited and the traffic is usually heavy before and after the game. Parking zones in the Vršovice neighbourhood (Prague 10) are for the residents only (blue zones). Purple zones can be used for parking for maximum of 12 hours after a payment in the parking meter.

If you come early, you can park in the Eden Shopping Centre just across the street from the stadium. If you come to Prague by car on matchday, use one of the P+R parking lots near the metro stations on the outskirts of the city.

Left-luggage

There are several items which are forbidden at the stadium - laptops, bottles, spray cans (deodorants etc.), perfumes, bottles or any bigger luggage (eg. backpacks, suitcases etc.). You can leave any of this items in our left-luggage located next to the entrance no. 2 (no dangerous items can be stored there).

The left-luggage opens 2 hours and 30 minutes before the kick-off and closes 45 minutes after the final whistle. The price is 20, 50 or 100 CZK depending on the size of the item (apx. 1, 2, or 4 EUR).

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