Liverpool fans heading to Rome to watch their team play against AS Roma have been urged not to try to walk to the stadium.
The club has issued a list of travel advice and safety guidelines for the second leg of the Champions League semi-final.
In a statement published on its website, Liverpool Football Club says its "been provided with safety and security advice for supporters".
Advice for Rome travel:
- Alight at Termini Station if arriving by train
- Use Piazza Campo De Fiori and Largo Corrado Ricci
- Respect monuments of national importance with a particular emphasis placed on not hanging banners and/or scarves on fountains and statues
- Be aware that drinking alcohol on the streets will be prohibited
- Avoid areas in the north of the city, particularly those in the vicinity of Ponte Milvio Bridge, on match day
- Use the shuttle bus service from Piazzale delle Canestre, Villa Borghese to Stadio Olimpico. Buses will run from 3pm and there will be a return service to Villa Borghese post match
- Arrive at the stadium as early as possible with entrance procedures and ticket checks expected to be long and arduous. Entrance gates are expected to open at 5pm.
- Be aware that should the name on a supporter’s ticket not match the name on their personal ID, admission will be refused.
- Be aware that there will be a hold back after the game which is expected to be longer than supporters are ordinarily used to.
- Use the shuttle bus service to depart the stadium unless on organised day trips which will provide their own transportation.
- Under no circumstances should supporters attempt to walk.