Things not to bring to the stadium

Prohibited items and consumables

Prohibited items

  • weapons of any kind, whether intended for self-defence or otherwise, any ammo or any component parts of firearms;
  • devices or implements, whether self-manufactured or otherwise, which, without in themselves being pyrotechnics, may be used for the scattering or spraying of diverse materials or substances (pneumatic crackers);
  • materials of extremist, offensive or discriminatory nature;
  • promotional materials of any kind;
  • unwieldy objects or bags, if they exceed 75cm by the sum of their three dimensions;
  • bicycles, scooters or segways, unless used for the transportation of persons with impaired mobility (PIMs), with the exception of wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, or 3- or 4-wheeled electric scooters used for the transportation of PIMs;
  • food or beverages of any kind, including alcoholic beverages;
  • anything that could be used to cut or stab, knives, any other bladed weapons;
  • aerosol spray canisters;
  • work tools of any kind;
  • thermos bottles or any kinds of flasks;
  • sporting gear or equipment, including bicycles, skateboards and scooters;
  • flags or banners larger than 2m x 1m50;
  • any items resembling any prohibited objects in appearance, or any replicas or equivalents thereof;
  • umbrellas longer than 25cm when folded.

All animals are prohibited on stadium grounds, except for guide dogs. The visitor intending to bring a guide dog into a stadium is required to present a veterinary document attesting all the required timely vaccinations, and evidence of the qualification of the dog as a guide dog, in the parameters established by applicable rules.

Baby strollers are permitted inside a stadium. Stadium staff will kindly ask you to place your stroller at an Information desk within the stadium.

Stadium Code of Conduct

Prohibited consumables

  • explosive substances, firing agents or any items filled with same;
  • flammable or pyrotechnic substances or objects;
  • flammable liquids or gases;
  • poisonous or toxic agents, or any substances emitting an acrid odour;
  • oxidizing agents or organic peroxides;
  • toxic, radioactive or corrosive agents;
  • narcotics, stimulants, toxic agents or precursors thereof, whether in medicinal form or otherwise;
  • any dyes;
  • any substances in powder form;
  • any liquids in containers larger than 100ml;
  • any other substances, products or objects, whether self-manufactured or otherwise, the use of which may cause the emission of smoke or an inflammation.