Conditions of Entry
These conditions should be read in conjunction with the ticket conditions appearing on each ticket that apply to all ticket holders.
- AAMI Stadium reserves the right to inspect / search bags brought into or out of AAMI Stadium.
- Persons gaining unauthorised access to AAMI Stadium and / or the venue’s arena may be liable for prosecution.
- Patrons who cause a disturbance, or refuse to comply with requests made by AAMI Stadium staff will be evicted from AAMI Stadium.
- Pass-outs will be issued on match day. Patrons are advised that when re-entering the Stadium they must produce both their pass out and entry ticket.
- Alcoholic beverages cannot be taken into or from AAMI Stadium by patrons.
- Smoking on the premises is only permitted in designated smoking areas and not within seating or enclosed areas.
- Customers wishing to bring personal items into AAMI Stadium do so at their own risk. AAMI Stadium will not be held responsible for any damages to, loss or theft of a patron’s personal property.
- Umbrellas may be brought into the Stadium but for the comfort of others should not be put up.
- Due to safety reasons, strollers and prams are not permitted into the Stadium’s seating bowl.
- Unauthorised soliciting and customer surveying is not permitted.
- Customers are not permitted to throw any objects around or within the AAMI Stadium seating areas.
- Some sporting and other activities are dangerous. Patrons viewing such activities do so at their own risk. Patrons sitting behind the goals are advised to take care and watch for footballs being kicked during the warm up period and throughout the match.
- Patrons are advised that the Stadium seats ‘flip up’ and to take care when standing and sitting
All Members and their guests must adhere to the rules and conditions of entry into the members Reserve set out by the SANFL. A full list of Member conditions detailing behaviour and appropriate footwear & clothing (ie. NO rubber thongs are permitted into the Members Reserve) can be found at here
REFUSAL OF ENTRY
For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all patrons, AAMI Stadium management reserves the right to:
- Refuse entry to any persons deemed to be intoxicated and / or disorderly;
- Refuse entry to any unauthorised persons;
- Refuse entry of items which have the potential
RESTRICTED / PROHIBITED ITEMS
The following restricted / prohibited items are not permitted into AAMI Stadium:
- Glass or cans;
- Alcoholic beverages;
- Flares / Fireworks;
- Laser pointers;
- Knives or other dangerous weapons;
- Cameras and Recording devices (for commercial purposes) including tripods;
- Metal flag poles, extendable flag poles and / or flag poles of more than 1.4 metres in length.
- Oversized banners and flags which are deemed to cause public nuisance. Specific conditions may apply for some events regarding the entry of flagpoles, flags, and banners.
- Whistles, hooters and horns. Specific conditions may apply for some events regarding the entry of musical instruments including drums.
- Confetti or shredded paper;
- Scooters, roller skates, skateboards and push bikes;
- Not to wear or otherwise display commercial, political or other offensive signage or logos.
- Eskies and bags of larger dimensions than are too large to be stored under a seat).
- Other items as determined by AAMI Stadium management that may cause injury or public nuisance.
Please note that the above Conditions of Entry may vary between events.
All persons entering AAMI Stadium are advised that alcohol may be consumed in the seated areas of the Stadium. 'Alcohol Free bays' are located in the public and members area of the stadium and all dry zones must be adhered to:
ALCOHOL FREE BAYS (DRY ZONES)
PUBLIC - Bay 102
MEMBERS - Bay 103
Patrons are also reminded when entering AAMI Stadium:
- They are entering licenced premises;
- Intoxicated persons will not be permitted to enter;
- Persons in possession of liquor will not be permitted to enter;
- Checking procedures will apply to prevent persons possessing liquor from entering;
- Intoxicated persons will be removed from the premises;
- It is an offence for minors to purchase and consume liquor;
- It is an offence to purchase liquor for (or supply liquor to) minors;
- Persons supplying liquor to minors will be reported to the Police and penalties apply under the Liquor Act 1997."