Getting to the stadium

Arrival, Stadium No comments »

Nine days left until UEFA EURO 2008 kick-off and only twelve days until the first game is staged in Salzburg. For that reason we would like to examine on how to get to the stadium in Wals-Siezenheim.

Basically takes effect:

  • Only guests with a valid car park ticket are allowed to drive to the stadium and park there.
  • For fans without a valid car park ticket it is recommended to park their cars at one of the P+R parkings and take the shuttles to the stadium
  • At best you take the bus (number 1) that drives from the station directly to the stadium
  • Or you take the train (S-Bahn S3). From the station “Europark” you can walk to the stadium in about five to ten minutes.

For detailed information please visit the websites of the Host City Salzburg or UEFA.

Spain is European Soccer Champion

Events, Tournament 1 comment »

Spain is European Mountain Village Soccer Champion. The Spanish won the final in Gspon against Sweden with a 2:0 victory. Switzerland could reach at least the third place after a 6:5 against France.

The results and match reports (Website FC Gspon)

Official EURO 2008 Song

Music No comments »

Enrique Iglesias will sing the official EURO 2008 song “Can you hear me” live at the end game of the UEFA EURO 2008 June 29 in Vienna. The song should lift the spirits…

Form your own opinion…

Medium: www.youtube.com
Link: www.youtube.com

I really wonder what happened to Enrique? What’s about song’s like on his album “Enrique”?

UEFA website

Yellow card - New regulation

Tournament No comments »

The UEFA executive committee has adopted a new regulation for the yellow card during UEFA EURO 2008. Yellow cards will be undone after the quarter-finals instead of after the group stage as it has been practised before. As a result of the new rule there won’t be a yellow-ban for the finale. Only those players who are sent off in the semi-final, might watch the finals from the sidelines.

EURO Help Hotline

Security 1 comment »

The austrian EURO coordinator Heinz Palme does not want the foreign fans to be left alone with possible problems.

For that reason the Federal Chancellery of the Republic of Austria has designed a first aid platform in German and English (euro2008.help.gv.at). Next to details about safety arrangements or detailed information for emergency situations the visitor finds information on how to act when he looses something or the like.

Additionally there will be a hotline throughout Austria from June 6 to 29, 2008: +43 1 90 50 020

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