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If you have these things, then even after having the ticket, you will not be able to get it in the stadium…

Parth Patel/Ahmedabad. The final match of World Cup 2023 will be played on 19 November at Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. A large number of spectators are expected to come here to watch the live match. Special vigilance is being taken by the police system to ensure that no untoward incident takes place during the match in the stadium. For this, spectators will not be allowed to take any kind of extra luggage inside the stadium. Know what are those items that you cannot take into the stadium..

These items will not be allowed into the stadium

Keeping security in mind, many items have been banned by the stadium authority and police while entering the stadium. Such as dangerous objects, weapons, flag sticks, horns, whistles, musical instruments, metal cans, glass or plastic bottles, promotional or commercial materials, offensive or political signs, drones, charging devices, power banks, bags (women’s small (except purse) etc. will not be taken into the stadium.

Also allowed are animals, cash, perfumes or cosmetics (items larger than 100 ml), video or photographic or audio equipment (except mobile phones), binoculars, food, helmets, umbrellas, electrical goods (except headphones), selfies. Sticks, coins, intoxicants like cigarettes, tobacco, gutkha and inflammable things like lighters, matchsticks etc. will also not be allowed inside the stadium.

You will get a free water bottle
Free drinking water will be available inside the stadium for the spectators coming to watch the match. At the same time, ticket holders will also get 1 free pop corn and cold drink.

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