At the stadium
- Make yourself familiar with the applicable match ticket conditions, ground rules and schedule of prohibited and restricted items applicable to this event
- In line with the best international security practice you will be subjected to a search of your person and belongings at stadium spectator access points – avoid frustration and missing the kick-off – leave yourself enough time to pass through the stadium access control and search procedures and be seated in good time
- Under no circumstances will intoxicated persons be allowed access into the stadium.
- Spectator etiquette is to be observed at all times e.g. do not stand in seated areas whilst match is in progress.
- Access to the field of play and other accredited zones within the stadium are for authorised and accredited players and officials only. Unauthorised access to these areas will result in arrest and prosecution, without exception.
Spectators will not be allowed to bring any potential missile into the stadium. In addition Moses Mabhida Stadium Management, their duly authorised officials and the SAPS reserve the right to prevent any person from bringing any item into the stadium which can reasonably be considered potentially hazardous or a potential risk to the general safety and security of the event:
- Any type of weapon, including but without limitation, firearms, ammunition, traditional weapons and knives
- Any form of alcohol or non-prescribed narcotic
- Any form of beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)
- Cans, metal containers/objects, glass bottles, glass/containers and objects.
- Rigid plastic containers and bottles
- Explosives, fireworks, any incendiary device including flares and smoke bombs
- Any form of compressed gas container including aerosol cans, self defense sprays etc
- Chemicals of any nature including dry ice
- Braai/cooking equipment
- Any form of cooler box or bag
- Umbrellas with sharp steel pointed ends
- Any form of musical instrument, except vuvuzelas
- Lasers, light emitting strobes or powerful detachable photographic flash equipment
- Bicycles, scooters, skateboards or similar
- Animals, other than guide-dogs
- Any form of hand-out which can reasonably be considered to be of an ambush marketing or of an offensive, inflammatory, nuisance nature or a safety risk.
- Banners or flags which can reasonably be considered to be of an offensive, vulgar, racist, sexist, discriminatory, inflammatory nature including old South African flags.