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Tonight at 8:45 PM, Croatia will face Armenia in the final round of qualification for the European Championship. This game is crucial as a victory can secure their place in Germany. In case of a win, Luka Modrić and the team will receive great support from over 20 thousand spectators at Maksimir stadium. Despite anticipated bad weather, it is expected that spectators will fill the stadium and support the national team.

HNS has prepared a rich program leading up to the match, including a fan zone outside the stadium where popular musicians Mate Bulić and Tiho Orlić will perform. The fan zone will be open to visitors from 5:00 p.m.

In order to ensure the safety of the event, special security measures and traffic regulations will be enforced at the stadium and surrounding areas. The police will be present to prevent illegal behavior and protect the safety of all citizens.

Upon entering Maksimir stadium, detailed security measures will be implemented to prevent the introduction of prohibited items and funds. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early to avoid any delays. The gates will open at 6:45 p.m.

For those planning to drive, several parking areas around the stadium will be temporarily closed to traffic. It is recommended that visitors use public transport to avoid traffic congestion.

During the match, visitors are expected to follow guidelines and respect instructions from police officers. In addition, we invite everyone to report any illegal behavior by calling the police immediately. Furthermore, it is essential that fans behave appropriately and refrain from any racist or discriminatory behavior.

The Croatian Football Association and Zagreb Police Department have also announced that they plan to audio and video record public gatherings before, during, and after this football match as part of ensuring smooth operations of sporting events

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