Football: Watching the Brazil-Japan clash? Here's some useful information

Heavy traffic is expected around the National Stadium two hours before and after the match. Pre-sold parking around the Sports Hub is already sold out. So, for a stress-free and enjoyable experience, avoid driving and instead take the MRT to the stad
Heavy traffic is expected around the National Stadium two hours before and after the match. Pre-sold parking around the Sports Hub is already sold out. So, for a stress-free and enjoyable experience, avoid driving and instead take the MRT to the stadium. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND LIM

With a bumper crowd set to descend on Kallang, here are some useful information ahead of the big match:

Take public transport:

Heavy traffic is expected around the National Stadium two hours before and after the match. Pre-sold parking around the Sports Hub is already sold out. So, for a stress-free and enjoyable experience, avoid driving and instead take the MRT to the stadium.

Do not bring high-end cameras or selfie sticks:

Cameras of a professional standard, with interchangeable or telephoto lenses, are prohibited. Video and audio recording devices are also prohibited. Only non-commercial photography, using cameras with a fixed lens, is permitted. Selfie sticks are also banned, as are air horns, flares and musical instruments.

Weather/haze predictions:

Mostly cloudy, but showers are expected in the afternoon. There may be occasional slight haze during the day. The overall air quality is expected to be in the top end of the Moderate range but may enter the low end of the Unhealthy range should certain wind conditions prevail.

Live on TV

Those without tickets can still enjoy the full match live on StarHub TV Ch112 and Ch205, or tune to 76.25MHz.

Check out the National Stadium's venue guide at http://bit.ly/ZBMiHm