BOLA – PSP reveals game (FC Porto) security operation

The Public Security Police (PSP) issued a statement on Thursday about a security operation to be held for FC Porto’s celebrations. Remember that Sérgio Conceição’s team will receive the championship trophy after the game played against Estoril (Saturday at 6pm) and then head to Avenida dos Aliados to celebrate with the fans.

The bus arrives with the players at Porto City Hall at 10.30 pm and runs on the following route: Estádio do Dragão; Via Futebol Clube do Porto; Alameda das Antas; Avenida Fernão Magalhães; Carlos Malheiro Dias Street; Constitution Street; São Brás Street; Camões-katu; Trinity Street; and Trinity Square.

It is also clarified that access to Avenida dos Aliados passes through five access points (Dr. Ricardo Jorge on Clube Fenianos, Filipa de Lencastre, Sampaio Bruno and Aliados, D. João I and Rua Guilherme Costa Carvalho and Rua do Bonjardim) and has the same rules on access to sports grounds (ban on backpacks and bags). And that security forces will be able to block access when they consider that maximum capacity has been reached.

Please also note that the following entrances will be closed from 4 pm:

– Praça da República and Rua do Almada (do not let Rua do Almada go down);

– Rua Gonçalo Cristóvão and Viaduto Gonçalo Cristóvão (it requires you to go to the overpass – traffic is completely cut off when the bus arrives);

– Rua do Almada and Rua Dr. Ricardo Jorge (forces you to go down to Rua Dr. Ricardo Jorge);

– Rua de Ceuta and Rua da Picaria (it forces you to climb in the direction of Rua da Picaria);

– Rua do Almada and Rua Ramalho Ortigão (must go down to Rua do Almada);

– Praça D. Filipe Lencastre and Rua do Almada (forcing you into the Ceuta tunnel or into the square);

– Gomes Teixeira and Guilherme Gomes (it forces you to go to Gomes Teixeira);

– Rua Mouzinho da Silveira with Praça Almeida Garret (not letting us go towards Avenida dos Aliados);

– Praça D. João I and Rua Sá da Bandeira (blocking traffic on Praça D. João I);

– Rua Formosa and Rua Sá da Bandeira (does not allow you to go to Rua Formosa or go down to Rua de Sá da Bandeira);

– Rua Fernandes Tomás and Rua Sá da Bandeira (does not allow you to take Fernandes Tomás or go down Rua de Sá da Bandeira, forcing you to climb Rua de Sá da Bandeira);

– Rua Alferes Malheiro with Rua da Trindade (it forces you to climb the Rua de Camões);

– Rua do Bonjardim and Rua Fernandes Tomás (forcing traffic towards Rua de Sá da Bandeira).

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