Tips on going to the stadium
Tips on making your trip to and from the National Stadium as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible.
1 GO EARLY
Tickets are sold out, and the stadium is set for a full capacity of 55,000 this evening.
Therefore, it is advisable for fans to go early and get to their seats as soon as the gates open at 5pm.
2 TAKE PUBLIC TRANSPORT
The high attendance will also mean crowded carparks and roads leading to the stadium. Drivers may find it challenging to get parking spots and may even be stuck in jams on the roads around the stadium.
Fans are encouraged to take the MRT, as it is the quickest and most convenient way to and from the stadium.
3 TRAVEL LIGHT
Due to space constraints, fans are encouraged to bring only what they need into the stadium. Any bags exceeding 35cm x 20cm x 30cm will not be allowed in, and helmets, flares and musical instruments are also prohibited.
4 LEAVE YOUR WATER BOTTLES AT HOME
Outside food and drinks, including your personal water bottles, are not allowed in the stadium. Fans are encouraged to purchase food and drinks from the vendors inside the stadium.
5 NO RE-ENTRY
Tickets are valid only for a one-time entry, and those who exit the stadium will be unable to re-enter using the same ticket.