Prohibited Items

Hong Kong Sevens List of Items Banned in the Stadium

Any person found with prohibited items may be denied of entry into the Stadium. Prohibited items include but not limited to –

(i) plastic, glass, metal cans or bottles, whether empty or containing any contents, except those with baby food and medication;

(ii) anything containing intoxicating liquor ;

(iii) any balls;

(iv) any items simulating the uniform or equipment of the disciplined services, e.g. imitation firearms, gas masks, handcuffs, chains;

(v) general dangerous items, e.g. knives, batons, sticks, clubs, bats, selfie sticks, camera stand holders, helmets, fireworks, party poppers, explosives, laser pointer, bright light emitting devices or any kind of article, object or substance which could be used as a weapon or which may be harmful to health;

(vi) any noise instruments e.g. any musical instruments, loud hailers or Vuvuzela;

(vii) any remote controlled flying devices or toys, e.g. model helicopters, drones;

(viii) food, beverages, merchandise or publicity items to be sold or distributed without authorisation;

(ix) any items like flags, banners, buntings, posters, flyers, leaflets, and/or other promotional, propaganda and display materials, the contents of which are unlawful, discriminatory, political, libellous, defamatory, abusive, derogatory, profane, sexually explicit, violent, obscene, threatening, misleading, disparaging regarding racial, gender or ethnic background or have any association with xenophobic, charitable or ideological nature or items that could detract from the sporting focus, compromise public safety and security, or restrict the view of other spectators and / or harm the reputation of the Hong Kong Sevens event;

(x) any other thing that may constitute an infringement of the Stadia Regulation (Cap. 132BY) of Hong Kong Stadium; and

(xi) any other items are deemed inappropriate by the HKRU and Stadium Management.