Come to the Arena
This page features the most important information for all fans going to the matches in Slovenia, North Macedonia and Montenegro. It will be updated regularly, so make you sure you come back on time before you head to the match.
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HYGIENE PROTOCOL FOR FANS
For all venues, the hygiene concept of the Women's EHF EURO 2022 does not foresee any Covid-19 restrictions for fans visiting the matches in Slovenia, North Macedonia and Montenegro.
Adhering to social distancing and wearing a mask is not mandatory for fans when entering the arena and during the matches.
However, the European Handball Federation asks everyone to follow general hygiene recommendations such as regularly washing hands and the use of hand sanitiser. Touchless hand sanitisers will be available in all arenas.
Dedicated information on the respective arenas can be found below.
Stozice Arena, Ljubljana and Zlatorog Arena, Celje
If you arrive at Ljubljana Airport, you can get into the city centre either by taxi or by bus. The taxi stands are located in front of Terminal B. Official taxis can be identified by a special permit which must be placed clearly visible behind the windscreen. A taxi ride to the centre of Ljubljana takes about 30 minutes and costs between 20 and 45 euro depending on the time of the day and traffic.
From Ljubljana city centre, Stozice Arena is about three kilometres away and can be reached by public transport or by car.
The use of public transport in Ljubljana is for free for ticket holders and everyone in possession of a valid EHF EURO 2022 accreditation.
Bus no. 20 takes about 15 mins. The departure station is called "Bavarski dvor"; you have to get off at "Nove Stožice P+R", the arena is on the other side of the road. If you arrive by car, parking is possible underneath the arena.
All ticket holders are required to carry a printed version of their ticket when entering the arena. Weapons and wooden flag are not permitted inside Stozice Arena.
For more information also visit our Ljubljana city page.
Arena information on Celje to follow soon.
The use of public transport in Celje is for free for ticket holders and everyone in possession of a valid EHF EURO 2022 accreditation.
For more information also visit our Celje city page.
Sports Centre Boris Trajkovski, Skopje
Skopje's airport is about half an hour away from the city centre. A taxi ride to the centre costs approximately €25. Once you are in the city centre, it takes you approximately another 30 minutes to get to the Sports Centre Boris Trajkovksi.
Buses 15a, 7, 22 and 59 take you there. From the stop it is a 200-metre walk to the arena. If you want to come by car, parking is for free around the arena, but the closest car park is about one kilometre away.
It is not allowed to bring weapons, explosives, radio communication devices and animals into the arena.
For more information also visit our Skopje city page.
Morača Sports Centre, Podgorica
When arriving in Podgorica by plane, the best option to get into the city centre is by taxi. The airport is 12 kilometres outside the city and a taxi ride costs around €10.
The Morača Sports Centre is located a bit more than one kilometre away from Podgorica's city centre and can be reached by a 15-minute walk or bus lines 19 and 20. The use of public transport is recommended as there are only 200 public parking places immediately adjacent to the arena. For more information on Podgorica's bus lines visit www.klikbus.me.
The following items are prohibited for spectators when entering the arena:
Animals (service animals with proper documentation are permitted), illegal drugs, professional audio/video recording devices incl. monopods/bipods/tripods, chemicals, fireworks and smoke bombs, drones and other unmanned aerial devices/vehicles, External flash camera units, interchangeable/detachable camera lenses or cameras with lenses longer than four inches, large or offensive signs, laser pointers/pens, weapons, selfie sticks, alcoholic beverages bought outside the venue, other items as determined by facility management.
For more information also visit our Podgorica city page.