Visitor Information For The Davis Cup

Schedule of Play

Timings for each day’s play are as follows:

Friday 2 February 
Doors open at 9.30am local time
Opening ceremony: 10.45am local time
Play is scheduled to start at 11:00am local time
Two singles matches*

Saturday 3 February
Doors open at 12.30pm local time
Team Presentation Ceremony: 1:45pm local time
Play is scheduled to start at 2:00pm local time
One doubles match*

Sunday 4 February
Doors open at 9.30am local time
Play is scheduled to start at 11.00am local time
Two singles matches*

*Tickets are issued to view such matches as may be played on the designated day. Please note any provisional order of play is subject to change at the discretion of the Referee and Tie Committee. Matches played on any day are subject to the Davis Cup Rules and Regulations including the ITF Dead Rubber Policy, which applies to the final day’s play.

We recommend ticketholders arrive early to allow for queues and security checks.

Ticket Checks

Entry to the stadium is at the main entrance of the complex.

Please ensure you bring a form of photo ID with you as ID checks may be in operation.

Security and bag checks will be in place.

Security

Guests are subject to bag searches and hand held metal detectors prior to entering the complex.

Luggage cannot be brought into the venues. There will be storage lockers by the main entrance, but not for luggage. These are for helmets, laptops, backpacks, but not for luggage.

Please take note of the prohibited items list for Puente Romano:

  • Glass bottles, cans, alcoholic beverages
  • Signs, including political, promotional or advertising material
  • Broadcast quality video/motion picture cameras and recorders
  • Camera lenses exceeding 300mm in focal length
  • Umbrellas
  • Fireworks and smoke bombs
  • Persons under the influence of alcohol will not be permitted to enter the premises
  • Guests are not permitted to distribute literature or other materials to sell or distribute merchandise within the premises 

By entering the Event venue the Ticket Holder consents to being photographed, filmed and recorded in or around the Event venue. 

No ticket holder may continually collect, disseminate, transmit, publish or release from the grounds of the Tournament any match scores or related statistical data during match play (from the commencement of a match through its conclusion for any commercial, betting or gambling purpose).  The continual use of laptop computers or other handheld electronic devices within the confines (spectator area) of the tournament match courts is prohibited. The exception to this provision is properly credentialed media, tournament vendors and tournament staff when used in the performance of their duties.

Flash photography is strictly forbidden in the stands and mobile phones must be switched off during play.

Smoking is strictly forbidden anywhere in the club. 

Food and Drink

There are restaurant/bars within Puente Romano.

There will also be food trucks and food and drink stands inside the venue especially for the Tie.

Outside food and small plastic bottles with the tops removed can be brought into the Arena. On the other hand, larger bottles, glass bottles or alcohol cannot be brought into the venue.

A range of restaurants are located within Marbella.

Dress Code

Please come dressed in blue as this is the GB team colour for this Tie. You can also purchase official GB supporter T-Shirts online.

Official Merchandise

Official Merchandise and Programmes for the tie will be available to purchase on site and online.

Getting to Puente Romano

Address: Conjunto Jardín Andaluz, 4, 29602 Marbella, Málaga, Spain

Puente Romano is located approximately 2.5 miles from Marbella Marina. The complex is on the waterfront, it overlooks the clear blue Mediterranean Sea and the sun kissed white sand beaches.

The majority of the venue is flat and public areas are fully accessible. Access to the disabled seats is adapted and there are plenty of disabled access bathrooms. 

Please plan your journey in advance to ensure you leave enough time to travel on the day.

By Car

From Malaga Airport – Costa del Sol, get on the AP-7 from Av. De Velazquez/N-340/MA-21, follow the AP-7 to Marbella. Take exit 181B from AP-7. Take URB. Altos de Salamanca and Conjunto Jardin Andaluz until you reach Puente Romano. The journey takes approximately 40 minutes.

From the centre of Marbella, take the N-340 and the Av. Bulevar Principe Alfonso de Hohenlohe/N-340. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes.

There is a car park located on site for 10 euros a day and there is also parking available along the street next to and near the venue.

By Public Transport

Bus

Bus services are available from the centre of Marbella. For more information and timetables, visit avanzabus.

There will be free shuttle service to-from Marbella and San Pedro (3 stops in each town) during the three days of the tie, aside from the public transportation that offers regular service.

Train

You can reach Marbella by train from Madrid via Malaga Maria Zambrano Train Station. It is a 5 minute walk to the Malaga Bus Station and from there it is a 45 minute bus ride to Marbella.

For further information and timetables, visit goeuro trains.

Walk

Puente Romano is approximately a 45 minute walk from the centre of Marbella.

Taxi

There are a number of taxi companies in Marbella including:

Auto Taxi Marbella   +34 633 36 50 24
Marbella Taxis                 +34 695 39 91 90
Sur Taxi                 +34 902 22 22 37

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