Additional safety and security measures ahead of semi-final weekend

Wembley Stadium will have additional safety and security enhancements in place at both Emirates FA Cup semi-finals this weekend.

The measures form part of the stadium’s preparations for this year’s Champions League Final, which takes place at Wembley Stadium on 1 June.

Additional ticket checks

Fans will be asked to show their tickets to stewards in advance of entering the stadium at all entrance points on to the stadium concourse.  Please have your tickets ready to show stewards, for access to the concourses, and then again at turnstiles.

Fences and barriers

Security lanes will be used to direct the flow of people and ensure fans enter the stadium via the correct zone. Please follow the colour-coded signage to your turnstile or ask a steward if you are unsure where to go.

Working with the Police

Wembley Stadium works closely with the Police for every event, and it operates a zero-tolerance policy for any form of illegal, anti-social, offensive and discriminatory conduct.

Anyone found to have committed offences of this nature face being refused access to, or ejected from the stadium with potential of stadium bans, football banning orders and criminal prosecutions for any perpetrators.

Public Space Protection Order

Brent Council will be carrying out extra patrols to enforce the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which exists around Wembley.

The PSPO prohibits any street drinking, ticket touting and the use of pyrotechnic equipment in and around the stadium on event days.  Anyone caught contravening the order could face an on-the-spot fine of up to £100.