Timings of last train to Brussels change
We have now been advised by Standard that the last train to Brussels from Liege will depart at 23.39 and not 23.09 as first publicized.
Important Information for Arsenal fans travelling to Liege - Click here
We have received the following PDF information pack from Standard Liege.
Arsenal travel will be organising the following for our trip to Liege.
Coach - Adults - £85
Departs Queensland Rd at approximately 4am on Wednesday 16th September 2009. Other pick-up points will be available from London Gateway (approximately 4.30am) or Folkestone (approximately 6am). Simply select your departure point from the Special request option when making a booking online. We have secure parking available at London Gateway, supporters wishing to park here must add details of their car registrations when selecting their departure point.
The anticipated return time back at Emirates is approximately 5.30am on Thursday 17th September 2009.
When coming by car to meet the away coaches at Queensland Rd, please be aware that Controlled Parking Zones are in operation around the stadium with the exception of Sundays and Bank Holidays. For further information on the parking in Islington please refer to www.islington.gov.uk.
If you qualify for the current priority booking period (please check here) add link to Box Office information page for the Standard Liege game then you can purchase a travel and ticket package at the same time (an extra £59 per person for the match ticket will be added to the prices above).
Also included is a free prize draw for your chance to win an item signed by our first team squad as well as a £250 Thomas Cook holiday voucher.
If you have already purchased your match ticket separately from the Box Office and are intending to travel with us then please make sure you select the coach only option when making an online booking.
Supporters using other members numbers to purchase packages within the priority booking periods will not be accepted on line. A faxed authorization must be sent into the club from the person giving up their membership before a booking can be completed. For more information please call the Contact Centre on 020 7619 5000.
All online bookings can be made by following the prompt on this link http://secure.thomascooksport.com/arsenal_travel.php
Credit card booking fees apply and trips will only run if sufficient numbers are met.
Directions by road plus local stadium information
For coaches and private cars
From Ostende/Zeebruges : Ring Road (RO)
Follow the E40 from Ghent (Gent) to Brussels – Ring Road (RO) direction Leuven/Liège – After, follow direction Liège (A602) – Exit Val Benoit/Fragnée – Straight on to the stadium – Visitors parking at the stadium
From Zaventem Airport :
Follow the direction of the Ring Road (RO) – Leuven/Liège – follow the E40 to Liège – Follow the A602 – Exit Val Benoit/Fragnée – Straight on to the stadium – Visitors parking at stadium.
From Bierset Airport :
Follow the direction of the Ring Road (RO) – Leuven/Liège – follow the E42 to Liège – Follow the A602 – Exit Val Benoit/Fragnée – Straight on to the stadium – Visitors parking at stadium.
From Charleroi Airport :
Follow the E42 Namur/Liège to Liège – Follow the A602 – Exit Val Benoit/Fragnée – Straight on to the stadium – Visitors parking at stadium.
Local public transport
From Liège centre to the stadium – Take bus lines 2 – 3 (from Xavier Neujean place) and lines 27 – 9 – 58 from Opera place / Price 1,30 euro
Trains (Guillemins Station)
Last shuttle for Brussels at 23h 39 PM
First shuttle for Brussels at 04h 43 AM
Please be aware
If you attempt to approach the Standard stadium or Liège town centre within a 5 km radius without a valid ticket for the football game, Belgian Police could arrest and fine you in accordance with the Belgian football law.
*Important Information for Arsenal fans travelling to Liege - Click hereCopyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 28 Aug 2009