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    Default Magic weekend food and drink policy?

    Does anyone know what the situation is with regards to being able to take your own food and drink into the ground on Magic Weekend? Also will fans be allowed to consume alcohol pitch side do you reckon what with it being a football ground?
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    Can’t say for certain with Anfield, but at the Etihad, they took it off you and binned it before they’d let you in. Even searched kids bags. Stopped going to magic because of this.
    You could eat & drink anything you bought in the ground at your seat though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by scrogger View Post
    Can’t say for certain with Anfield, but at the Etihad, they took it off you and binned it before they’d let you in. Even searched kids bags. Stopped going to magic because of this.
    You could eat & drink anything you bought in the ground at your seat though.


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    IIRC that was only the first year at the Ethiad but the following year you were allowed to take your own stuff in, and you were also allowed in Newcastle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HitTheWall View Post
    IIRC that was only the first year at the Ethiad but the following year you were allowed to take your own stuff in, and you were also allowed in Newcastle?
    That’s opposite my experience! I was ok the first time, then the last 2 times there they searched me and 3 12 year old boys, took all their food & drinks- decided it wasn’t worth taking them if that was going to happen!


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    I would expect that you will be able to take stuff bought inside the ground to pitch side. I don't think I've been to any RL event at a football ground where this wasn't possible.
    I'm not so sure about bringing your own stuff. My guess is that they wouldn't allow you to bring in glass bottles etc for obvious reasons.
    There are several website links to T&C's on the back of the ticket including the LFC one, but I doubt if that will help you. It's obviously going to be aimed at Football.
    There's also the RFL Customer Service Centre no. 08448561113 on there. They might know...LOL!

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    Never had problems taking butties/biscuits in, but I tend to stash any drinks (like fruit shoots or plastic water bottles) as a matter of habit
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    Seems you can get 'pass outs' to leave the ground, and come back in, and fans are allowed to sup alcohol whilst watching the game..not sure about bringing your own beverages in though. (Link below)

    https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/spor...comes-16271366

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budgiezilla View Post
    Seems you can get 'pass outs' to leave the ground, and come back in, and fans are allowed to sup alcohol whilst watching the game..not sure about bringing your own beverages in though. (Link below)

    https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/spor...comes-16271366
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    " Fans arriving at the stadium with a small personal bag (i.e. handbag/medical bag) should expect this to be searched and tagged before entry. Bringing a bag may delay your entry and in some cases may lead to non-entry to the stadium.
    Please do not bring large bags or luggage (such as rucksacks/briefcases/suitcases/suit bags etc.) to Anfield as they cannot be brought into the stadium."

    So from this I guess a bag with a few butties and crisps will be ok!! Not sure about drinks but might risk a bottle or 2 of sprite
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    How times have changed, in 1976 at Wembley you could take anything in I took a twelve pack in to share with mates,we must have been sqeeky clean in those days lol

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