Professional cameras with lens greater than 3 inches, Ipads, Tablets, Laptops, Camcorders, Large banners, Flags with poles, Beach balls, Frisbees, Large back packs and any suit case are just some of the items banned at West Ham’s new home.
Stadium operators London Stadium 185 Limited has published a long list of what is and isn’t allowed in the stadium. While much is common sense, Others will surprise you.
But you can bring along blankets, small binoculars, thermos flasks and seat cushions.
London Stadium Permitted and Prohibited Items
All supporters and their belongings are subject to search by London Stadium staff.
The following ARE PERMITTED in the stadium during London Stadium Events:
- Bags: London Stadium only accepts small carry bags and hand bags. There is no luggage room. Bags may be subject to security searches as determined by us in our reasonable discretion, including on entry and exit. All approved bags are subject to inspection upon entry and are subject to additional inspections within the stadium.
- Cameras with 3-inch lenses or shorter (no lights, tripods, selfie-sticks or monopods) *
- Flags (No Poles) up to 1sqm
- Food and fruit for personal consumption
- Plastic bottles (sealed) and thermoses (no alcohol)
- Seat cushions
- Small Umbrellas
- * Cameras and Binoculars — Small cameras and binoculars will be allowed. No spectator cameras with lenses more than three inches (3″) long will be permitted. Camcorders will be prohibited. Binocular cases and camera bags are not permitted
The following ARE PROHIBITED in the stadium:
- Any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety will be refused entry to the Ground
- Cans or Bottles
- Glass vessels
- Knives and Blades
- Laser pointers
- Pointed-tip umbrellas
- Poles thicker than a “pencil” (0.5cm)
- Smoke Canisters
- Weapons and Ammunitions
- Any article that might be used as a weapon, be deemed to be offensive or abusive, or compromise public safety, will be confiscated and or reported to the police.
We reserve the right to prohibit within London Stadium:
- items which are or may be illegal. Anyone found in possession of illegal or contraband goods may also be liable for prosecution;
- any item which in our reasonable opinion, may cause disruption to any Event or to other visitors (regardless of whether or not such item is illegal or is carried for specific purposes):
- Aerosol cans
- Audio video recording devices
- Balls (E.g. footballs)
- Beach balls or Projectiles
- Cameras with external flash or interchangeable lenses (no professional photography)
- Fireworks / Flares / Explosives
- Flashlights / Optical illusions
- Laptop / Tablets are not permitted in seating bowl
- Large suitcases
- Oversized bags or backpacks larger than 18″ x 14″ x 10″
- Pets (service animals exempt)
- Signs / Flags / Banners larger than 11″ x 17″ and any affixed pole
- Signs or items with corporate or inappropriate branding
- Skateboards / Rollerblades
- Selfie sticks
- Tripods/ Monopods
- Unauthorised fliers
- Unlicensed musical instruments: trumpets, drums and other devices capable of causing a disturbance or nuisance
No laptops is a bummer. I sometimes have mine with me at evening games as I travel directly from the city
More “can’t do this, can’t do that”.
So much for our freedoms!!!
The obvious are so obvious.
The rest are bull ****!!!
The majority of these are stadiums wide across the board.I am guessing the laptop is for security purposes in case some nutcase wants to have a laptop looking bomb.Who knows.Its a sad world we live in!
Some are petty but others sensible & only assholes would want to not abide by those ones anyway!
“Signs or items with corporate or inappropriate branding”
And there, in one succinct phrase, you have the death knell of West Ham Utd FC and the birth of West Ham London PLC.
**** RIGHT OFF.
So, no hip flask on winter nights ! But you can buy alchahol on site ??
Go do one !!!
Still gonna take me mortar as well , you never know we might come under attack , lol.
Terrorists better get used to it , ????