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. Luka Modrić and his team will receive great support from over 20,000 spectators at Maksimir stadium, despite anticipated bad weather. The stadium will be filled with fans eager to cheer on their national team.
In preparation for the match, HNS has organized a rich program leading up to the game. A fan zone outside the stadium will feature popular musicians Mate Bulić and Tiho Orlić, and it will open to visitors at 5:00 p.m.
To ensure the safety of the event and surrounding areas, special security measures and traffic regulations will be enforced. The police will be present to prevent illegal behavior and protect citizens’ safety. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early to avoid any delays or issues upon entering the stadium gates, which open at 6:45 p.m.
Due to parking needs around the stadium, several areas have been temporarily closed to traffic. It is recommended that visitors use public transport instead of driving to avoid congestion and delays.
During the match, visitors must follow guidelines and respect instructions from police officers while avoiding any racist or discriminatory behavior. These measures are essential for ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone involved in the sporting event.
The Croatian Football Association and Zagreb Police Department have also announced plans to audio and video record the public gathering before, during, and after the football match. These measures aim to ensure a smooth operation of this important sporting event.
Overall, tonight’s game is crucial for Croatia’s success in qualifying for Europe’s top soccer tournament, but it is also an opportunity for fans from all over Zagreb to come together in support of their beloved national team!