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The Football Supporters' Federation (FSF), in conjunction with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), have produced a guide to the Champions League Final in Rome. It can be found at

The Football Supporters' Federation - Informing, Supporting, Campaigning

It contains up-to-date information on all aspects of United fans' trips to Rome - from how to get there, and links to travel options, through to matchday specific information, as well as the FSF guides to getting around the city, getting to the stadium, where to eat and drink as well as advice on policing and security.

It is getting added to every day as we receive more information from the football authorities and government officials, and is already proving an invaluable source of information across United forums.

Some of the official advice from the FCO is included below:

The British Embassy in Rome has a stringent plan in place aimed at minimising issues and providing support for British fans in Rome:

• The FCO will provide a consular team at both major airports (Fiumicino and Ciampino) to be on stand-by for advice and to help British fans in emergencies
• There will be an official meeting point at Villa Borghese and free transport to and from the Stadio Olimpico and the airport
• There will be 36 hours cover from the consulate starting at 08.00 on 27th May, running through to 17.00 on 28th May to deal with any emergencies.
• There will be a team of 30 consular staff devoted to the Champions League Final from 26th-28th May.
• Fans can call 0039 06 4220 0001 for assistance from the British Embassy in Rome

For more information, either visit the FCO website at Manchester United v Barcelona or the FSF Guide, which will carry links to all official information as well as giving you the benefit of our years of matchgoing experiences.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us through the email links on the site, and we'll do our best to give you the low-down on whatever it is you need.

We're here to help - 'by fans, for fans'.

Cheers - The FSF

The Football Supporters' Federation - Informing, Supporting, Campaigning
 
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