Fans urged to reach stadium early for Malaysia Cup final


PETALING JAYA: Football fans - expect a massive crowd at the Malaysia Cup final on Saturday.

In light of this, PDRM will deploy more than 3,000 personnel to ensure the showdown between Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and Pahang at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil goes on smoothly.

The FA of Malaysia (FAM) have advised fans to arrive early to avoid getting jammed up due to an expected massive traffic congestion as two other events - ‘Lan Berambeh Anak Sarawak 2014 Carnival’ and a Buddhist religious event – will also take place at the same time around the National Sports Complex vicinity.

The National Stadium carparks A and B are closed for the Sarawak event while the religious event takes place at the Putra Indoor Stadium nearby.

Fans have been advised to follow instructions by the police to reach the stadium safely.

Kuala Lumpur Traffic Police said in a statement that some 100,000 fans were expected for the game.

Fans have been advised not to park their vehicles on the road shoulder or their vehicles would be summoned and towed.

Below are the routes Pahang and JDT fans should use.

For Pahang fans:

Via Kesas Highway – SUKOM Intersection – Jalan North – Jalan West – Jalan Putera (E and D section parking);

Via Kesas Highway – Persimpangan Awan Kecil – Jalan West – Jalan Putera (E and D section parking);

Via Kesas Highway – Persimpangan SUKOM – Jalan North – Jalan West – Puchong Link – Bulatan Lumba Kuda (Kelab Lumba Kuda parking);

Via Kesas Highway – Persimpangan Awan Kecil – Jalan West – Puchong Link – Bulatan Lumba Kuda (Kelab Lumba Kuda Parking).

For JDT fans:

Via North-South Highway – Sg. Besi Toll (Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) parking).

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