A special warning and monitoring system, together with stadium regulations, points of medical care, many emergency service teams, foot patrols and dedicated security services will ensure your safety in the Gdansk stadium.
In the facility, there are three first aid points for fans (look for a sign of a white cross against a green background) located on promenades and numerous ambulances. In addition, first aid is also provided by the foot patrol, which will take care of you and provide necessary medical aid. In case of illness or injury, the patrol will direct you to the proper unit – the stadium or hospital.
The stadium is divided into two security zones. An external zone, between the fence and the stadium, and an internal zone, namely tribunes and the stadium basin. The entrance to the external zone is possible after having your ticket checked by stewards and having gone through the clothes and luggage inspection. Remember that it is forbidden to carry any items such as weapons, explosives, pyrotechnic materials, fire hazardous materials, alcoholic beverages, intoxicating or psychotropic substances into the stadium. At the entrances, there are deposits where it is possible to store items that are forbidden in the stadium.
Within the Fan Zone, medical aid is offered free of charge at first aid points marked with a white cross against a green background. The zone is also monitored by medical foot patrols in red uniforms. The first aid points are marked on the maps of the Fan Zones. In the event that the medical staff decides that hospital treatment is necessary, an ambulance will be at your disposal.
Remember that you are not allowed to carry any forbidden items - weapons, explosives, pyrotechnic materials, fire hazardous items, alcoholic beverages, intoxicating or psychotropic substances into the stadium. Entrance to the Zone is possible only after going through clothes and luggage inspection. At the entrances of the stadium, there are special deposits where it is possible to store items that are forbidden in the stadium. Your safety in the Zone is looked after by security and information services.
In any situation which poses a threat to your health, life or property, e.g., a fire, car accident, theft, fainting or serious injury, please call the emergency number 112.
Your call will be immediately transferred to the appropriate services. Remember that the faster you report the event, the faster the services can react. Give your name and surname, describe the situation in brief and indicate the location. Try to speak clearly and coherently and answer all the questions of the operator. Stay on line until the operator gives clear instructions.
Tourist emergency line
|Wishing you a pleasant stay, may we remind you of the important telephone numbers|
|0 800 200 300
LAND LINE - FREEPHONE ACCESS
|+48 608 599 999
LAND LINE OR MOBILE NETWORK,
CALL CHARGES APPLY
|LINES OPENED: between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., from 15th May to 30th September 2012; 24-hour service, from 1st June to 3rd July 2012|
|997 - POLICE
(112 - from mobile phone)
998 - FIRE BRIGADE
999 - AMBULANCE
|June 10th, 2012|
|Spain||1 - 1||Italy|
|June 14th, 2012|
|Spain||4 - 0||Ireland|
|June 18th, 2012|
|Croatia||0 - 1||Spain|
|June 22nd, 2012|
|Germany||4 - 2||Greece|