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Access to San Mamés

Causes preventing admission to or continued presence in the stadium
  • The introduction or attempt to introduce, carry or use:

– any type of weapons or objects that could be used as such.
– flares, firecrackers, fireworks or similar objects, and in general, any/all imflammable products.
– placards, flags, symbols, emblems or signs that could incite violence.
– objects which could be used as projectiles.
– any type of alcoholic beverages, narcotics, psychotropic substances, stimulants or similar substances.

  • A prior prohibition from entering any sports venue if the sanction is still applicable.
  • Showing aggressive, violent or provocative attitude or behaviour.
  • Chants, expressions, sounds or attitudes that incite violence, racism, xenophobia or intolerance.
  • Being under the influence of alcoholic beverages, narcotics, psychotropic substances, stimulants or similar substances.
  • Invading the pitch.
  • The introduction of any means or mechanism for detecting, recording, reproducing, broadcasting and/or transmitting images, sounds, data and/or statistics related to the match, except for the personal and private use of the spectator.
  • Spectators must occupy the seat indicated on their ticket and they must show said ticket when requested by club employees, private security and/or the Ertzaintza (Basque police).
We would also like to remind spectators that:

For your safety and in accordance with the right of admission as recognised by law, you are not allowed to leave and re-enter the stadium during the match.

Spectators are obliged to comply with the relevant inspections and checks for the verification of the above-mentioned requirements.

This football stadium is monitored by video surveillance.

Regulations on the prevention of violence, racism, xenophobia and intolerance in sport. Internal facility rules.