Zenit v Khimki: Vaccinations, transport advice and other info for the game
Information for all those attending this evening's game in St. Petersburg.
We want all fans to feel as safe as possible in these difficult times, that's why the wearing of a mask and gloves is mandatory when attending the game. Those without their own PPE will be given some at the entrance.
To keep you safe the entire arena has also been disinfected using the "cold fog" method the day before the match. Social distancing is also enforced throughout the stadium.
The Sputnik V vaccine will be available to all visitors to the match aged over 18. Please bring your passport and national health card (SNILS) with you and you'll be required to be seen by a medical professional for approval before the vaccination.
The mobile vaccination station will open on the third floor of Stand C near sectors C110-111 and will be in operation at all Zenit home games until the end of the 2020/21 season.
The vaccination centre opens two hours before kick-off and queues are likely so please arrive early.
Arriving at the stadium
We ask all fans not to bring bags or unnecessary items with them when attending the Gazprom Arena as this can cause long waits when trying to enter the stadium.
Those attending without any baggage or items can bypass the queues and gain access to the game via entrances 3, 6, 7, 9 and 10.
Also please be aware Zenit metro station is not operational at the moment, but you can use Begovaya and Krestovsky Ostrov metro stations and then walk to the stadium, please allow around 20 minutes to get to the arena from those stations.
You can also get directly to the stadium using our partners at VKontakte taxi service. Just select Gazprom Arena on your app and you'll be dropped off right at the stadium!
Zenit v Khimki kicks-off at 7pm St. Petersburg time and you can watch the match live on the RPL YouTube channel.