Isuzu FA Vase 2023: Important things to note ahead of visiting Wembley

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Fans celebrate Ascot United winning their Isuzu FA Vase Semifinal at Corsham Town Photo: Shooting Stars Photography

We’ve listed below a number of important things you should note ahead of our trip to Wembley on Sunday 21st of May. You can still buy tickets, book a coach space and get yourself a replica shirt.

Bag policy

All ticketholders are prohibited from bringing any bag into the stadium unless it adheres to the Wembley Stadium regulations as outlined below. Entry of any non-compliant bag will be refused. Bags will be checked at an outer cordon and a bag gauge will be used for any dispute on size. If for any reason (medical) you require a bag that does not adhere to this policy, please contact us prior to match day. You will be issued with a certificate representing your right to take those items into the stadium. You will need to produce this certificate at the outer security bag cordon. Your bag will be searched and may be subject to an x-ray scan before entering
the venue. Bag to be no larger than A4

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. Bags within the A4 size are not prohibited however they are all searched and this may slow down the entry process. We would discourage all bags to assist with quick entry to the stadium for all patrons as all bags will be searched.

Parking

Event day parking at Wembley Stadium is limited and must be booked in advance via the Wembley Official Parking website. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Any vehicles which do not pre-book will not be granted access to the stadium car parks. Each team is allocated an equal provision of spaces on match day, and a designated car park for supporters, as follows:

Ascot United: Green Parking, First Way, HA9 0TQ (W3W: ///thinks.sings.logic) for coaches, Red Parking, Red Parking, Royal Route, Wembley HA9 0GG (W3W: ///create.trips.pace) for cars.

We would strongly advise you consider using our coach booking option instead, you can book up until the Sunday 14th of May, by heading to our dedicated ticketing store.

Public Space Protection Order

The entire borough of Brent is covered by a public space protection order (PSPO). It is an offence to drink alcohol in any public place after being asked not to do so by a Police Officer or Police Community Support Officer. Failure to do so can result in a fine of up to £500. A Police Officer or Police Community Support Officer can:

  • ask a person to stop consuming alcohol
  • confiscate alcohol from people, even if the drinking vessel (such as a can, bottle or a cup) is
    unopened
  • dispose of any alcohol & containers in a person’s possession
    A PSPO aims to address problem street drinking, alcohol related anti-social behaviour & there is a focus on
    helping individuals with alcohol related problems to access treatmen

Security & anti-social behaviour

An anti-social behaviour text message reporting system (66566) will also be in place & posters are positioned around all the concourses to give information on this.
Although the Stadium can cope very well with the usual late arrival of fans, please note that there are now enhanced searches which can delay entry.

Prohibited items

There are a number of items that cannot be brought into the stadium and it is important that all supporters adhere to the rules for risk of not being allowed to enter into the stadium or being ejected should they be found on your persons. The list is not exclusive but includes the following:

  • Bags which don’t meet our Bag Policy (medical exemptions apply) 
  • Large umbrellas
  • Aluminium and glass drink containers, plastic bottles over 500ml
  • Weapons and tools 
  • Flares, lasers, smoke devices and cannisters 

A full list can be found by heading to the Wembley Stadium website here.

Emergency care

Should a medical emergency occur on the day, situations will be dealt with at one of the following.

St Mary’s Hospital – Praed Street, London, W2 1NY (Major Trauma Centre)
Harefield Hospital – Hill End Road, Harefield, UB9 6JH (Cardiac Arrest Centre)
Northwick Park Hospital – Watford Road, Harrow, HA1 3UJ (A&E)
University College London – 235 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BU (Critical Care)

If you have any further questions that you’re unsure of, do get in touch and we’ll do our best to answer your enquiry.

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