Visiting guide for Manchester United fans
F.C. Copenhagen would like to welcome Manchester United fans to the Danish capital and Parken Stadium for the UEFA Champions League match on Wednesday 8 November at 9pm CET.
Below is general match info for Manchester United fans travelling to the game.
Away tickets are sold exclusively by Manchester United. The away section is section D1 and D2 in Parken Stadium’s D Stand, and the gates open at 7 pm.
You are only allowed to display your association with the visiting team, e.g. by wearing colours, clothes, scarves and the like, or sing songs or chants related to the visiting team, in the away section.
Any away fans sitting in the home sections of the stadium may be denied entry or withdrawn from the ground.
On matchday you can only access entrance D1 from Østerbrogade and Gunnar Nu Hansens Plads – not from Øster Alle – due to security precautions.
If you do not arrive via a fan bus then we recommend that you take the Metro to Poul Henningsens Plads or the S-train to Svanemøllen Station. All these stations have lifts.
We strongly recommend that you do not arrive by car. The parking options at Parken Stadium are very limited and not available, while the parking in the surrounding neighbourhood is also very difficult on matchdays.
For public transportation we suggest that you use the travel planner website Rejseplanen, which is available in English, Google Maps, or the Citymapper app. You can also cycle to the stadium from the city centre within 10 minutes.
Information in English about tickets for public transport can be found here at publictransport.dk.
Food and drink
You can buy a range of food and drink, including beer, in the away section of Parken.
Our official Fanshop at Parken Stadium (the corner of Øster Alle and Per Henrik Lings Alle) is open with a wide range of merchandise, for example the official UEFA FCK vs Man Utd scarf. The opening hours on Monday-Friday is 10.00-18.00, and on matchdays until kickoff. However, we recommend that United fans do not visit the fan shop later than Tuesday afternoon.
You can also visit the web shop at fanshop.dk
After the match
For safety reasons away fans may remain in the stadium for up to an hour after the match. Information about this will be displayed in the stadium and announced over the loudspeakers.
Small details have a big impact on how we all, as football fans, enjoy the game. Therefore, we encourage all fans to read Parken's stadium regulations. These are aligned with the Danish Superliga and UEFA.
F.C. Copenhagen’s Supporter Liaison Officer team:
- SLO: Frederik Mechlenborg
- SLO: Marie Hemmingsen
Accessibility for away fans in Parken
Accessibility tickets should also be bought through Manchester United. The accessible seating are – including seats for assistants and plus-ones if required – are on a specific platform immediately next to the away section.
Accessible away fans should use the VIP entrance just next to the away fan entrance in the D Stand. Stewards will assist with access to a lift to the third floor, from which there is direct access to the disabled spaces and easy access to a disabled toilet.
Parking spaces for all accessible visitors are located behind the B Stand – the opposite end to the D Stand. If accessible fans of the away team need a parking space, we kindly ask you to contact our Customer Service team at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will find a solution as close as possible to the D Stand.
We can always arrange a stopping point at the stadium's gate area (the corner by the A and D stands), from which there is only a short distance to the entrance for accessible away fans.
UEFA Youth League
The Youth League match between the two clubs kicks off on Wednesday at 4pm at Tingbjerg Idrætspark, Ruten 2, DK-2700 Brønshøj.
The ground is a fair distance from Parken but unfortunately Østerbro Stadium right next to Parken Stadium is not available.
We have reserved an away fan section, and tickets can only be bought from billet.fck.dk. The price is 50 DKK for adults, and 25 DKK for children.
(See above for links about public transportion).