London is preparing to welcome thousands of fans as iconic boy band Westlife is heading to Wembley Stadium.

With the concert just around the corner, ticket holders should be aware of what they can’t bring to the venue, Wembley Stadium on August 6.

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To get full advice and detailed information on all prohibited items and regulations head to the Wembley Stadium website.

Wembley Bag Policy:

Wembley Stadium prohibits any ticket holders from bringing any bags into the stadium unless it adheres to the venue’s regulation, if you have a bag that is non-compliant you will be refused entry.

All bags are checked at an outdoor cordon and for any dispute of size, a bag gauge will be used so it’s best to keep bags small.

What size bag can I bring to Wembley Stadium?

The most important rule to follow is that bags must be no larger than an A4 piece of paper.

Also, all bags will be inspected and this may include personal wanding or a pat-down, plus any merchandise brought will be supplied in a clear plastic bag.

If for any medical reason you require a bag that does not meet the stadium’s policy, you will need to contact the team prior to the day of the event.

You can do that via the Wembley Stadium website here.

What can I bring to Wembley Stadium?

Wembley Stadium has a list of prohibited items that can not be brought into the venue for health and safety.

If you do have a prohibited item it could be confiscated or potentially refused entry.

The items you can not bring into Wembley are:

  • Bags that do not meet the bag policy
  • Large Umbrellas
  • Aluminium and glass drink containers, plastic bottles over 500ml
  • Alcohol
  • Food and drink
  • Pushchairs
  • Selfie Sticks
  • Weapons and tools
  • Flares, lasers, some devices and canisters
  • Large-bodied cameras and camcorders
  • Drones
  • Unauthorised musical instruments and vuvuzelas

The items you can bring to Wembley Stadium are:

  • Bags that meet the bag policy
  • Small umbrellas
  • Clear empty plastic bottles 500ml or less
  • Small banners/ signs
  • Crutches and walking aids