Here are some of the slides and information shared with residents and businesses on 14th November, 2019 in preparation for the Euro2020 matches in June 2020. A follow-up session has been promised to take place ‘in the Spring’. Please share your thoughts and further questions with us at
Marquees go up in April. Security cordon in May. Matches in June. Cordon comes down 8th July.
Security cordon will have a smaller footprint than it did for Commonwealth Games. Bolivar Lane, Somerville, Brownlie, Northfield should all remain open.
A radius of 1km around the stadium is the focus for multi-agency efforts to get people in and out of the stadium smoothly. Buses to be parked well away from the stadium.
There will be free public transport for fans with tickets. That should mean shorter queues at stations. Shuttle buses from Merchant City, George Square, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports as well as trains.
Fans will be encouraged to walk from town with signposted routes.
Peter Dallas, Hampden Managing Director, was “surprised to hear” from residents that football fans regularly drink in public and pee in the street and in people’s closes! Bless.
The lighter area is the ‘event zone’ in which the UEFA revenue protection law will apply with respect to blocks on outdoor selling and advertising.
Part of the draft guidelines for the UEFA revenue protection law currently going through Parliament, showing exceptions that apply to the advertising regulation. If you’r not sure if you need to take your business will be impacted, you can email them with questions.