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Some roads have been closed while on the others, traffic has been diverted. The match will start at noon and continue till around 8 pm. The restrictions will be in place throughout the duration of the match.
People possessing VVIP passes, coming from Chandigarh, will enter through the Sector 45-46 dividing road which leads straight to the stadium.
For the other traffic on the same route, an alternative route is provided from Sector 49-50 dividing towards Manav Mangal School. The passage from 48-49 dividing has also been blocked and the route is meant for VIPs.
The parking provisions will be as follows -
For those with tickets to the AC Lounge, Level-3 entry is through gate number 1; parking inside the sports complex and across the road opposite the hockey stadium. Parking will be the same for those in Enclosures Level 1 and Level 2.
For Pavilion Terrace, entry is through gate number 1C; parking opposite Majestic Hotel/ behind petrol pump Ph-9
VIP Block entry is through gate number 4; parking opposite education board
Chair blocks entry is from two gates i.e. gate number 5 and 6; parking opposite PUDA Bhawan.
North VIP block entry is from gate number 7; parking behind stadium gate number 9
Chair/general block entry is from gate number 10; parking opposite PUDA Bhawan Phase 8
Chair block entry is from gate number 11; parking opposite to PUDA Bhawan Phase 8
PCC and associate members block entry is from gate number 14; parking in front and behind Phase 10 market.
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