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We continue our European journey together

Another historic night beckons for the club. A European quarter-final against Club Brugge in Belgium. The team needs everyone by their side, and you are our teammates in the effort to write new pages in the team’s history book.

11.04.2024

PAOK fans must follow and respect all of the rules set by the home team, the Mayor of Bruges and the Belgian police, as there is a risk of punishment in the event of our qualification to the semi-finals.

Supporters who do not have a ticket are requested not to approach the area around the stadium, as according to the instructions of the municipal authority of Bruges anyone doing so will be arrested, while our team is also at risk of being punished.

Despite the club’s constant efforts to secure more tickets, this proved impossible as the home team was negative to our proposals.

Those in Bruges without a ticket can watch the match on TV at the Irish Pub in Market Square, following a tip from the Belgian police.

Eiermarkt has been designated as the meeting point for ticket holders for the match. Fans are asked to gather from 18:30 from where they will be transported by free buses to the stadium at 19:00. The stadium gates will open at 19:30.

The lighting and throwing of any flares, firecrackers, smoke bombs or other fireworks, is forbidden, as is the possession of narcotic substances, objects that may cause physical harm, the hanging of banners with racist, sexual, political or abusive content, as well as the concealment of the face with scarves, masks and balaclavas.

The local authorities will carry out physical security checks and ticket checks both at the meeting point and before entering the stadium.

Supporters who have purchased tickets at other gates should come to the stadium without wearing any club colours.

Relevant News

We continue our European journey together

Another historic night beckons for the club. A European quarter-final against Club Brugge in Belgium. The team needs everyone by their side, and you are our teammates in the effort to write new pages in the team’s history book.

11.04.2024

PAOK fans must follow and respect all of the rules set by the home team, the Mayor of Bruges and the Belgian police, as there is a risk of punishment in the event of our qualification to the semi-finals.

Supporters who do not have a ticket are requested not to approach the area around the stadium, as according to the instructions of the municipal authority of Bruges anyone doing so will be arrested, while our team is also at risk of being punished.

Despite the club’s constant efforts to secure more tickets, this proved impossible as the home team was negative to our proposals.

Those in Bruges without a ticket can watch the match on TV at the Irish Pub in Market Square, following a tip from the Belgian police.

Eiermarkt has been designated as the meeting point for ticket holders for the match. Fans are asked to gather from 18:30 from where they will be transported by free buses to the stadium at 19:00. The stadium gates will open at 19:30.

The lighting and throwing of any flares, firecrackers, smoke bombs or other fireworks, is forbidden, as is the possession of narcotic substances, objects that may cause physical harm, the hanging of banners with racist, sexual, political or abusive content, as well as the concealment of the face with scarves, masks and balaclavas.

The local authorities will carry out physical security checks and ticket checks both at the meeting point and before entering the stadium.

Supporters who have purchased tickets at other gates should come to the stadium without wearing any club colours.

Relevant News

We continue our European journey together

Another historic night beckons for the club. A European quarter-final against Club Brugge in Belgium. The team needs everyone by their side, and you are our teammates in the effort to write new pages in the team’s history book.

11.04.2024

PAOK fans must follow and respect all of the rules set by the home team, the Mayor of Bruges and the Belgian police, as there is a risk of punishment in the event of our qualification to the semi-finals.

Supporters who do not have a ticket are requested not to approach the area around the stadium, as according to the instructions of the municipal authority of Bruges anyone doing so will be arrested, while our team is also at risk of being punished.

Despite the club’s constant efforts to secure more tickets, this proved impossible as the home team was negative to our proposals.

Those in Bruges without a ticket can watch the match on TV at the Irish Pub in Market Square, following a tip from the Belgian police.

Eiermarkt has been designated as the meeting point for ticket holders for the match. Fans are asked to gather from 18:30 from where they will be transported by free buses to the stadium at 19:00. The stadium gates will open at 19:30.

The lighting and throwing of any flares, firecrackers, smoke bombs or other fireworks, is forbidden, as is the possession of narcotic substances, objects that may cause physical harm, the hanging of banners with racist, sexual, political or abusive content, as well as the concealment of the face with scarves, masks and balaclavas.

The local authorities will carry out physical security checks and ticket checks both at the meeting point and before entering the stadium.

Supporters who have purchased tickets at other gates should come to the stadium without wearing any club colours.