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Malmö FF vs Hibernian FC in Malmö

Advice for fans travelling to Sweden for Malmö FF vs Hibernian FC on 18 July.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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As well as this advice, check out the travel advice for Sweden here: Foreign Travel Advice

Note that the tourist season attracts pickpockets and bag-snatchers in crowded areas. Keep your personal belongings, including passports and money, secure. You should also keep an eye on luggage, including in the overhead baggage compartment, when travelling on trains to and from the airport. There has been an increase in incidents where belongings have gone missing.

Passports, visas and travel insurance

British citizens do not need visas to enter Sweden or Denmark. Your passport should be in good condition and remain valid for the duration of your stay in Sweden. Ensure that you have comprehensive travel insurance. You should also bring your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). The EHIC card will give you access to Swedish/Danish health care if you have an accident or suddenly become ill. You will receive the necessary state-provided medical healthcare for a reduced cost.

Getting to the stadium

Detailed information on how to get to Malmö and the arena is available here: Swedbankstadion

Passports

If your British passport is lost or stolen whilst in Sweden, please contact the British Embassy for advice. The British Embassy in Sweden is located in Stockholm. The consular telephone lines are open Mon-Fri 9-11am. (NB: Visits to the consular section by appointments only.)

British Embassy Stockholm
Skarpögatan 6-8
115 93 Stockholm

Tel: +46 8 671 3000

There is also an Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark, which is closer to Malmö. (NB: Visits to the consular section by appointments only.)

British Embassy Copenhagen
Kastelsvej 36/38/40
2100 Copenhagen Ø

Tel: +45 (0) 35 44 52 00

Please note that if your passport is lost or stolen and you need an emergency passport, you will need to book an appointment with the Embassy and bring with you the following:

  • 1 passport photograph
  • Police report
  • Travel itinerary or flight tickets
  • Photo ID
  • The fee (£95) in local currency (or Visa /MC)

Useful information - Sweden

The number for the emergency services in Sweden is: 112. For non urgent police matters: 114 14.

Public transport website for Malmö

Sweden’s offical website for tourism and travel information.

Skåne University Hospital

Södra Förstadsgatan 101
Malmö

Tel: +46 (0)40- 33 10 00

Useful information - Denmark

The number for the emergency services in Denmark is: 112

Denmark’s offical website for tourism and travel information.

The main hospital in Copenhagen is Rigshospitalet

Blegdamsvej 9
2100 København Ø

Tel.no. +45 (0)35 45 35 45

Published 16 July 2013