HERE’S a few Do’s and Don’ts ahead of Sunday’s trip to Wembley.
Flags must not be larger than 250cm at their widest or longest section & flag poles should not be longer than 1m.
Wembley Stadium operates a random but targeted spectator search policy unless the threat level for the Stadium is heightened or any specific intelligence is received from the Metropolitan Police. Bags will also be searched.
A full list can be found on: www.wembleystadium.com/TheStadium/StadiumGuide/rulesnRegulations.
The following articles must not be brought within the Ground. Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry to the Ground:
- Any article that might be used as a weapon be deemed to be offensive or abusive, or compromise public safety, will be confiscated & or reported to the police
- Unlicensed musical instruments: trumpets, drums & other devices capable of causing a disturbance or nuisance
- Flag poles greater than 1m in length
- Bottles, glass vessels, cans, flasks
- Frisbees & similar items
- Dangerous or hazardous items
- Illegal substances
- Explosives or ammunition; fireworks
- Knives, blades or other weapons
- Scooters, skateboards or other skates
- Laser devices
- Smoke canisters
- Signs or items with corporate or inappropriate branding
- Unauthorised fliers
- Spray paint, large industrial style “permanent“ marker pens
- Prams / push chairs
- Transmitting devices
- Professional cameras & recording devices
- Large suitcases, laptops, & back packs
- Illegal merchandise items
- Water bottles (need to have the ability to decant)
- Illegal and unauthorised (by The FA) charity collection utensils
- Motor bike helmets
- Hampers & Cold Boxes
- Air horns
- Animals (except service dogs & guide dogs)
- Controlled drinking zone
The entire borough of Brent is covered by a controlled drinking zone (CDZ).
It is an offence to drink alcohol in any public place after being asked not to do so by a police officer or police community support officer. Failure to do so can result in a fine of up to £500.
A police officer or police community support officer can:
- ask a person to stop consuming alcohol
- confiscate alcohol from people, even if the drinking vessel (such as a can, bottle or a cup) is unopened
- dispose of any alcohol & containers in a person’s possession