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Northern Ireland v Belarus at Windsor Park: Traffic and travel information

Published 27/05/2016

First Minister Arlene Foster and Junior Minister Alastair Ross dropped in on the Northern Ireland teams final training session for their match against Belarus at Windsor Park this afternoon. The First Minister posed for a team picture with Michael O'Neill's squad and passed on her best wishes for this summer's Euro 2016 tournament, before they head off to Austria for a week-long training camp next week. Photo By William Cherry / Press Eye.
First Minister Arlene Foster and Junior Minister Alastair Ross dropped in on the Northern Ireland teams final training session for their match against Belarus at Windsor Park this afternoon. The First Minister posed for a team picture with Michael O'Neill's squad and passed on her best wishes for this summer's Euro 2016 tournament, before they head off to Austria for a week-long training camp next week. Photo By William Cherry / Press Eye.
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland Manager Michael O'Neill during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland Manager Michael O'Neill during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Josh Magennis and Jamie Ward during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Josh Magennis during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Josh Magennis during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Corry Evans during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Kyle Lafferty during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Michael McGovern during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Roy Carroll during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern IrelandÕs Steve Davis during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern IrelandÕs Stuart Dallas and Kyle Lafferty during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
PACEMAKER BELFAST 26/05/2016 Northern Ireland's Kyle Lafferty during this afternoons training session at the National Stadium. The team play Belarus tomorrow evening before they head to the Euros in France. PHOTO COLM LENAGHAN/PACEMAKER PRESS
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 - Photo By William Cherry / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster dropped in on the Northern Ireland teams final training session for their match against Belarus at Windsor Park this afternoon. The First Minister posed for a team picture with Michael O'Neill's squad and passed on her best wishes for this summer's Euro 2016 tournament, before they head off to Austria for a week-long training camp next week. First Minister Arlene Foster is pictured with Irish Football Association President Jim Shaw and Chief Executive Patrick Nelson.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 - Photo By William Cherry / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster dropped in on the Northern Ireland teams final training session for their match against Belarus at Windsor Park this afternoon. The First Minister posed for a team picture with Michael O'Neill's squad and passed on her best wishes for this summer's Euro 2016 tournament, before they head off to Austria for a week-long training camp next week. First Minister Arlene Foster is pictured with Irish Football Association President Jim Shaw and Chief Executive Patrick Nelson.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 - Photo By William Cherry / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster dropped in on the Northern Ireland teamÕs final training session for their match against Belarus at Windsor Park this afternoon. The First Minister posed for a team picture with Michael O'Neill's squad and passed on her best wishes for this summer's Euro 2016 tournament, before they head off to Austria for a week-long training camp next week. First Minister Arlene Foster is pictured with Martin O'Neill Northern Ireland Manager
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 - Photo By William Cherry / Press Eye. First Minister Arlene Foster dropped in on the Northern Ireland teamÕs final training session for their match against Belarus at Windsor Park this afternoon. The First Minister posed for a team picture with Michael O'Neill's squad and passed on her best wishes for this summer's Euro 2016 tournament, before they head off to Austria for a week-long training camp next week. First Minister Arlene Foster is pictured with Steven Davis.
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 Northern Ireland train at the National Stadium ahead of their Vauxhall International Challenge match against Belarus tomorrow night in Belfast. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 Northern Ireland train at the National Stadium ahead of their Vauxhall International Challenge match against Belarus tomorrow night in Belfast. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 Northern Ireland train at the National Stadium ahead of their Vauxhall International Challenge match against Belarus tomorrow night in Belfast. Manager Michael O'Neill and captain Steven Davis. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26th May 2016 Northern Ireland train at the National Stadium ahead of their Vauxhall International Challenge match against Belarus tomorrow night in Belfast. Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Police are advising football fans to leave plenty of time for their journey tonight as Northern Ireland take on Belarus at Windsor Park.

Traffic delays can be expected in the Lisburn Road/ Tates Avenue/ Glenmachan Street/ Boucher Road and Stockmans Lane areas between 6pm-8pm and 9.30pm-10.30pm.

Kick-off is at 7.45pm and fans are requested to leave plenty of time for their journey and show consideration for local residents and business’s when deciding where and how to park.

Police will be placing cones near the National Stadium at Windsor Park to facilitate Event and Pedestrian Safety and Emergency Vehicle Access to the ground. Motorists are requested to comply with these parking restrictions to maximise spectator and community safety.

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