Welcome to my City! My name is Filip, born and raised in Kraków I am a Wisla season ticket holder! Passion is of course football, travels, and meeting like-minded people! And there is no place better than Krakow; this is a city unlike any other in Europe. Breathtaking old-town with world-famous main square, old buildings, vibrant bars everywhere around, and 2 football stadiums just 2km outside of center!
And because Krakow is known of its intense football culture, you should definitely check it out! Discover it with a local guide, and Wisła Krakow fans all around!
After meeting on Krakow’s main square, we’ll head down the old-town to take part in a pre-match house party that me and my friends always throw on match days. Enjoy beers, food and of course, polish vodka with like-minded people. Let us learn you some Wisla chants to be able to support our team with us. 2 hours later it’s time to go, on the way to stadium we’ll visit Wisla Krakow shop, where some souvenirs can be bought. Then, let the madness begin at the ground! You will be with me all the time and I will make sure you have the best time of your lives watching Wisła Krakow!
Polish stadiums are now open to fans again, a tentative schedule for the coming round is:
25 April 7PM. Wisla Krakow v Wisla Plock
7 May 8PM. Wisla Krakow v Jagiellonia Bialystok
21 May 5:30PM. Wisla Krakow v Warta Poznan
*PLEASE NOTE: Official fixtures will be confirmed around month before the game. It can be scheduled from Friday to Monday. If you see time next to date, fixture is confirmed!
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Homefans believe that stadiums will be open to fans, however we cannot at this stage confirm what the capacity will be. However our flexible booking policies mean that if the stadium will only accept 50% fans and you decide you only want to travel with 100% attendance you can swap to another venue or another date.
This will vary destination to destination and based on your nationality and age. Therefore Homefans are not able to advise on this. Please check the foreign ministry of your destination and home country and the stadium requirements. Again, if you find the requirements too much you can defer to later in the season/year when they relax further.
We believe so, we all need something to look forward to. But we understand that people may be apprehensive which is why we have created a flexible cancellation policy which means in the event that the event does not happen the amount paid simply becomes Homefans credit.
You can transfer this to a later date (with no time limit), transfer to another tour, or even give it to a friend. This flexibility also applies if you decide to cancel for any reason (as long as you give us 45 days notice)
If we know where you will be sitting we always mention this is in the inclusions section.
Unfortunately we are not always able to tell you that at the time of booking, however our destination managers work tirelessly to make sure you get the best seats. We always aim for the long side of the home supporters section.
The maximum number of people the host will allow is stated above. However this number may not always be met and it may even be possible that your party is on the tour on your own. Higher numbers make for a more sociable experience, lower numbers make for more personalised attention from your host. Look at it as a win/win!
If we can accept children there will be an option in the booking flow. However for many trips our local hosts take the decision, based on the content of the tour, to open this up to adults only. If you are looking to travel with under 18’s, please feel free to contact us and we can discuss your options.
Weekend matches can move from Saturday to Sunday and vice-versa. We provide the current scheduled date but we would advise you only to book the matchday experience if you are available in the destination for the whole weekend.