Information for fans attending the first match at the new stadium, including a free bus

Information on how to get to the new stadium via Krestovsky Metro and how to find the free bus service available from Petrogradskiya metro station.
Стадион «Санкт-Петербург»: бесплатные автобусы, режим работы метрополитена и другая информация о том, как попасть на новую арену в субботу
Visitors to the Zenit v Ural match will be able to get to Stadium St. Petersburg in several ways.

Krestovskiy metro - Fans can get to the new stadium on foot from Krestovskiy metro station, leave the metro station and walk straight through the park opposite the metro station. You will see the stadium directly in front of you and you should allow around 20 minutes for the walk. 

Free shuttle bus S3 - To use the free shuttle bus from Petrogradskaya metro station (marked S3) head to 89 Maliy Prospekt, near Shevchenko park. The bus journey takes 15 mins and stops over 1km away from the stadium so you should allow 15 minutes to walk to the stadium. 

Driving - There is no parking currently available at the stadium and parking around the area is limited. Please be aware violating parking rules could result in your car being towed away. 

After the match

To deal with possible overcrowding at Kresovskiy metro station a free shuttle bus (S6) will be available to take fans to Chikilovskiy metro. There will be limited entrance to Krestovskiy metro station. 

Zenit also asks fans not to bring bags, backpacks or any unnecessary luggage to the stadium on security grounds and asks fans to arrive in plenty of time of kick-off.