The first legs of the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 begin on Thursday 14 February and, as is well known, Sevilla will be travelling to Roma to face Lazio. As is custom, Sevilla will not be alone on their European adventure: they will be joined by 1,800 fans in the Olympic Stadium to paint the stands red and white.
Those fans will have an area set up for them - the fan zone - in the Piazzale delle Canestre in the Villa Borghese park (see the image). Buses will depart this area for the Olympic Stadium at 15:55 CET, three hours before the game. The Sevillistas should take these buses - making use of the travel pass included with the ticket - to reach the stadium, following instructions from the police in Roma. This will be the only way to access the ground, meaning that it is essential all fans be at the Piazzale delle Canestre at 15:55 CET. Italian authorities will not allow entry to fans who make their own way to the ground.
Likewise, once the game is over and enough time has passed for the home fans to disperse, the fans will be allowed to leave the pitch and will return to the city by buses to Termini Station.