Safety and security
- Weapons of any type, including for self-defence, ammunition or components of firearms; devices and products, including homemade, non-pyrotechnics, used for scattering, spraying various materials and substances (party poppers, firecrackers).
- Medicines: more than 1 packaging, more than 7 different items (in any form (including aerosols, drops, syringes, etc.) in factory packaging), and medical supplies.
- Extremist, offensive, or discriminatory materials.
- Promotional materials of any kind.
- Bulky items and bags of more than 75 cm in all three dimensions.
- Scooters (those not designed to carry people with limited mobility).
- Food and beverages, including alcoholic beverages.
- Stabbing or cutting objects, knives, other cold weapons.
- Aerosol cans.
- Workplace tools
- Glass containers and bottles.
- Thermos and flasks.
- Sports equipment, including bicycles, skateboards, and scooters.
- Radio and electronic devices, high-frequency devices, excluding mobile phones and smartphones.
- Television and telecommunications equipment.
- Flags and banners of more than 2x1.5 m.
- Any items that look like prohibited items or copies of them and analogues.
- Items with trademarks or other types of advertising marks or information.
- Musical instruments and horn instruments for extracting sounds (including vuvuzelas).
- Moving and gliding aircraft and their models (gliders, drones, kites, etc.).
- Masks, helmets, as well as any other camouflage or items specifically designed to avoid identification.
- Paper rolls or paper piles.
- Devices used to record, stream, download, publish online or distribute sound, video or photo images, descriptions, data, match results otherwise.
- Umbrellas over 25 cm long when closed.
It is forbidden to enter the territory of the event with any animals except for guide dogs subject to a veterinary document with duly vaccination marks as well as a duly executed document on the guide dog.
Baby strollers (prams and collapsible strollers) are permitted.
- Explosives, explosive devices, and objects stuffed with such.
- Flammable and pyrotechnic substances or products.
- Flammable liquids, flammable gases.
- Compressed and liquefied gases.
- Highly inflammable liquids and combustible liquids, flammable gases.
- Poisonous, intoxicating substances or substances with a pungent odour.
- Flammable solids.
- Oxidising agents and organic peroxides.
- Toxic substances, radioactive materials, and corrosive substances.
- Narcotic, psychotropic and toxic substances, their precursors, including in the form of medicines.
- Colouring agents.
- Any loose substances.
- Fluids in containers of more than 100 ml.
- Other substances, products, items, including homemade, if these can lead to smoke, ignition when used.
Voluntary registration of children:
To ensure the safe stay of children in the Fan Area during the activities (the Event), voluntary registration of children (persons under 16 years) is available at the information desks as well as at the point located on the territory of the Event. The child’s parents or guardians (legal representatives) can apply at the information desk with a request to register the child. The child will get a paper wristband with a unique identification number. The information desk employee maintains a children registration register containing the following data: the child’s full name, contact details of their legal representatives, unique identification number on the wristband.
If a security officer, a volunteer, a representative of the administration, a special service or security service officer finds a child who is in the territory without parents/guardians or suspects that a child (either because of their age or looks) is lost, the respective member of the staff will bring the child to the Meeting Point. At the same time, they check the presence of a registration wristband. After the child is handed over to the employee at the Meeting Point, the staff member will contact the information desk by radio, report the child’s identification number and receive the contact details of the child’s legal representatives. Then they make a call to the number left and informs the parent/guardian of the child’s location with specifying the time necessary for the arrival of the legal representative to the Meeting Point. Upon their arrival, the employee at the Meeting Point will identify the legal representative by phone number and ask for a passport, driving license, or other identification documents. The employee will make sure that the child knows this person and then will transfer the child to them. If there are any doubts related to the child treatment by the legal representatives, and if there is a suspicion that the legal representatives are in a state of alcoholic or drug intoxication, the employee will ask the local security officer to call a police officer to the Meeting Point to inform the police of the substance of the situation.
If the child does not have a unique identification wristband, as well as if it is not possible to reach the contacts left at the information desk, the child will stay at the Meeting Point, and the information about the child is passed to the security service of the Event, and the child is interviewed for more information about their legal representatives, including the names, place of residence, contact phone. When the persons who claim to be the legal representatives of the child arrive at the Meeting Point, they will be interviewed to check the personal data obtained from the child, their passport, or other identity document will also be checked for compliance with the information previously obtained from the child. The obtained data is also recorded in writing or the identity document is photocopied. If it is not possible to obtain any identity data from the child due to their age, physical or emotional condition, and if there is a suspicion that:
- the claiming persons are in a state of alcoholic or drug intoxication,
- the claiming persons pretend to be the legal representatives of the child,
the employee will ask the local security officer to call a police officer to the Meeting Point to inform the police of the substance of the situation.
If people make a request for a missing child in the territory of the Event, the employee who receives such a request will send these people to the Meeting Point. The employee at the Meeting Point will assist in visual search and, if there is no wristband, collect the most complete information about the child, including the name, age, type and colour of clothing, special signs, clarify information about the presence of systemic diseases, especially the neurological ones. Then they send the obtained data to the Event’s security personnel. A verbal announcement can be given using the alert system.
Only people with no symptoms are allowed to enter the Event. Persons without protective masks are not allowed to enter the Event.
Non-contact body temperature checks are made at the special areas of the entry. Those with increased body temperature (37 degrees Celsius or more) are not allowed to enter the Event.
Remember to respect the social distancing requirements. You will hear a sound notification at the metro stations Gostiny Dvor, Nevsky Prospekt 1-2, and Admiralteyskaya three hours before the start of the Event.
Sanitiser stations will be available at all checkpoints and all over the territory of the Event. There will be information boards on the procedure of admission to the territory of the Event, the epidemiological requirements, the rules of behaviour of fans within the territory of the Event.
Markings are provided to maintain the social distance.
There is a medical centre and ambulance crews are on duty at the territory of the Event.
If persons with increased body temperature, other signs of infectious diseases are found at the territory, they will be transferred to an infectious hospital for COVID-19 patients or other diseases by sanitary transport (in different machines) according to the routing.