PFC Ludogorets would like to announce that the club and the police forces in Razgrad will put in their maximum effort to keep the order before, during and after the game against CSKA-Sofia. The club staff will not allow fans carrying items and merchandise branded with the competitor’s logo. Fans in drunken state or under the influence of another substance will not be allowed to the stadium. Pyrotechnics and sharp objects are not allowed either, as well as different weapons and cans of tear gas. The stadium is equipped with CCTV surveillance allowing troublemakers to be identified by the police.
Tickets are currently available at the club base, and they will also be available at the cash desk on Vassil Levski Str. on Wednesday after 10 a.m.
CSKA-Sofia fans can purchase their tickets on the game day from the new cash desk located outside the guest sector. There are turnstiles at the G sector entrance and all fans must follow the staff instructions upon entering the premises.
Ludogorets Arena will be opened a couple of hours before the start of the game – at 4:30 p.m. All fans will be searched upon entering the stadium and they are advised to cooperate.
PFC Ludogorets would like to encourage fans to buy tickets earlier in order for big gatherings of people to be avoided at the stadium cash desks.
Everyone must carry a valid ID or a parent-signed declaration!
The club would like to remind everyone that they can visit all the Europa League and First League games only after they show a valid ID or a signed declaration in case they are minors. All minors must carry such a declaration which has been signed by a companion of theirs who is at least 18 years old. The blanks are available at the cash desks and they need to be filled in correctly in order for everyone to enter the stadium as fast as possible