AEW is set to hold big event in Wembley Stadium, but fans who attend the event won’t be allowed to bring anything they want. That being said, the world-famous venue has a very strict set of rules.
We already noted that AEW is setting up for All In London, and you can click here for a first-look of that stage. Fans will pack the venue, and now we have a list of what they can’t bring
Wembley Stadium’s website lists a very strict protocol about what fans can and cannot bring into the building. You may check out their restrictions on bags below.
Wembley Stadium operates a restricted bag policy. Each person can only bring one small bag into the stadium, and it must not be bigger than A4 size:
Height – 297mm (11.7 inches) – Width – 210mm (8.27 inches) – Depth – 210mm (8.27 inches)
Please note, this means the overall bag size – bags that are half-full and folded over to reduce their size will not be accepted. Anyone carrying bags that do not meet the criteria above will not be allowed into the stadium.
Anyone who purchases merchandise outside the stadium will need to display it in a clear, plastic bag on entry into the stadium.
Empty plastic reusable bottles are fine to bring into the stadium – these can then be filled at one of our free refillable water stations located inside the stadium. Please note, metal bottles will not be permitted inside the stadium.
Mobile phones and battery packs are also fine to bring into the stadium.
The Wembley Stadium website included a full list of banned items within the venue. Those items include: Bags which don’t meet our Bag Policy (medical exemptions apply), Large umbrella, Aluminum and glass drink containers, plastic bottles over 500m, Alcohol, Food and drink, Pushchairs, Selfie sticks, Weapons and tools, Flares, lasers, smoke devices and canisters, Large-bodied cameras and camcorders, Drones, and Unauthorized musical instruments and vuvuzelas.
The notice for fans also said that they, “will be able to purchase all your official AEW merchandise at various units along Olympic Way on Saturday (10am-6pm) and Sunday (11am-7pm). Merchandise will also be available on the external concourse on Sunday (1pm-10.30pm).” Those are all local London times.
We will have complete coverage of AEW All In London, right here at Ringside News. It should be quite a show, and we can’t wait to bring you all the historic action as it breaks.
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