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Is it possible to buy alcohol during the game from the clubhouse? Can you get plastic cups to take on to the stands?

Asking for a friend, answers appreciated before tonights game as planning on going.

Cheers guys.

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I've seen a few people wandering around with plastic pint 'glasses'.

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Unless things have changed for the new season you can`t take alcohol outside the clubhouse door.

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Don't think you can take alcohol outside during the game even if it's in a plastic glass.

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Is there a reason for that? It doesn't me, particularly, just wondering.

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Cheers for the responses guys, strange match tonight eh?

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Agree. A bit surreal although we played really well.

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No beer outside as the club has this specified in its license, nothing to do with FA or any one else, but the licensing laws.

Harlow etc allow drinking pitch side and that is no problem, however our license dictates otherwise, some sneak through, our stewards are pretty good and tend to use common sense but they will always send you back inside during a game!

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Originally Posted By: It's Me
No beer outside as the club has this specified in its license, nothing to do with FA or any one else, but the licensing laws.

Harlow etc allow drinking pitch side and that is no problem, however our license dictates otherwise, some sneak through, our stewards are pretty good and tend to use common sense but they will always send you back inside during a game!


Don't mean to but in, but we are having a similar problem at Goldsdown Road with people trying to bring alcohol into the ground.

It is in fact a rule that no alcohol should be on sale for consumption on the terraces or stands. It is to do with "The Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc) Act 1985.

It also says that all drinks should be served in soft containers as glasses, bottles or cans can make dangerous missiles.

Hope that clears it up.

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