Along with this advice, read carefully our travel advice for France and follow the British Embassy on Twitter at @BritishinFrance.
Due to ongoing threats to France by Islamist terrorist groups, and recent French military intervention against Daesh (formerly referred to as ISIL), the French government has warned the public to be especially vigilant and has reinforced its security measures.
from Paris Gare Du Nord Eurostar Terminal, take RER B from Gare du Nord to Stade de France – Saint-Denis
from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, take RER B from Gare du Nord to Stade de France – Saint-Denis
from Paris Beauvais airport, take the coach to Porte Maillot, then Metro line 1 to Chatelet and RER B to Stade de France – Saint-Denis
if you’re travelling by car, local authorities advise not to park near the stadium but to use public transport instead
At the match
details and specific instructions on how to access the stadium will be given by Wales FA to tickets holders
all official Wales supporters (except VIPs and sponsors) will enter the stadium via Gate B; full body searches will be carried out by French police; the process will be thorough and time consuming; expect to go through different check points before entering the stadium
the stadium opens 2 hours before kick-off; you should arrive well before the start of match as ticket and security checks can take up to an hour to complete before admittance to the visitors’ section
supporters with disabilities are advised to arrive at the stadium no later than 2 hours before kick-off time
no left-luggage facilities are available; leave your bags on the coaches or at your hotel
alcohol is banned inside the stadium
if you appear drunk you may be refused entry to the stadium
Wales fans will be held back for around 15 minutes while the home supporters disperse at the end of the match
The following items are banned in the stadium and will be confiscated (and are unlikely to be returned):
banners and flags displaying anything which can be construed as racist or homophobic
fireworks and flares
alcoholic drinks, bottles, glasses, and cans
knives, belts, chains or any objects which can be thrown or used as a weapon
Smoking is not allowed in the stands.
Possession and use of recreational drugs is illegal in France and any infringement may result in arrest and imprisonment
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