In accordance between the Belgian Football Association and the security authorities, the first and second division football matches are classified into three different categories according to their risk. These categories include access to the stadium for fans of the home and guest teams.
The Kehrweg stadium has four entrances (see stadium map), which are all located on the street “Kehrweg” and are classified and can be used as follows:
Entrance 1: Use by customers of the grandstands T1 and T1bis, persons with a disability as well as business customers and press people.
Entrance 2: Use by customers of grandstands T2 and T3
Entrance 3: Use by customers of grandstands T2 and T3
Entrance 4: Use exclusively for guest fans
In addition, the following regulations apply to the fans of the KAS Eupen at the Kehrweg stadium for the games of the safety categories A, B and C:
Evening box offices will be open subject to ticket availability. Handbags are allowed up to a size of one DIN A4 sheet. Backpacks and large bags are generally forbidden. There is no way to deposit these items at the stadium. The parking spaces at Frankendelle may be used.
A category B home match corresponds to the medium risk level, the regulations for fans correspond to those for category A. Changes are only possible for the security authorities.
Access to the stadium for fans of the KAS Eupen is regulated in the same way for home games of the highest security level as for games of category A and B. The access to the stadium for fans of the KAS Eupen is regulated in the same way for home games of the highest security level. All three entrances are open and can be used.
Due to the increased security level, no bags, handbags, fanny packs or other forms of bags may be taken into the stadium. There is a general ban on bags. There are no possibilities to deposit these items at the stadium.
Information about the traffic situation at this safety category:
From the “Frankendelle” roundabout in the direction of Eichenberg, only vehicles with a parking ticket for either the stadium’s business car park (Parking A/E), the Parliament’s car park (Parking B) or the press car park (Parking D) have access to the Kehrweg.
Seen from Frankendelle, the Parliament car park will be closed from behind the entrance until just behind the BRF entrance. (This also counts for pedestrians). This zone is reserved for the buses of the visiting team. From the Frankendelle roundabout via the Kehrweg to the Eichenberg roundabout, there is a stop and no parking for all other vehicles.
Persons who want to go to the venues “JÄGERHOF” or “CAMELOT” have to cross the Eichenberg or the street “Zum Blech”.
In the moment, when the buses of the visiting team arrive or depart, the affected parts of the Eichenberg and Kehrweg roads are closed to the rest of the traffic. This also applies to pedestrians.
Note on the application of the Kombiticket regulation
The combi-ticket regulation states that the guests fans are only allowed to access to the safety zone with a coach in conjunction with a previously purchased ticket. Tickets can only be purchased from the guest club and not from KAS Eupen.