It’s never too early to start getting creative and thinking about what to wear and bring on your matchday! Pack your costumes, shirts and flags, but make sure you are aware of the new rules in place to help mitigate the risk of a COVID-19 infection.
What to bring
1. What are the top items on your packing checklist?
✅ Evidence that you are at low risk for transmitting COVID-19
Whether you're a ticket holder residing in England or elsewhere, you'll need to present evidence that you are at low risk of transmitting COVID-19.
The requirements for each are slightly different and you must read carefully our COVID-19 guidance for Wembley to fully understand the requirements and step-by-step process.
✅ Your mobile ticket and ID
Make sure your phone is fully charged and you've downloaded the EURO 2020 Mobile Ticket App (Download iOS / Android). Every spectator needs a ticket to access the stadium, regardless of their age. If you're under 16, you need to be accompanied by an adult. Remember to keep your phone somewhere safe.
Please also make sure you have a valid proof of ID on you, e.g. your passport (this should be the same as the identification you provided in the ticketing system).
✅ Your face covering
You will need to wear a face covering. You can safely take it off when in your dedicated seat. It is particularly important that you wear your face covering in all indoor areas of the stadium.
Any type of face covering (covering mouth and nose) is permitted. You'll need it for travelling on public transport.
2. We don't allow bags larger than A4 inside the stadium. Put your bag on a piece of paper to check if it's the right size. It's all about minimalism these days.
3. There will be plenty of hand sanitiser units throughout the stadium, but you can bring your own if it’s more comfortable for you. Note that the bottle shouldn’t be larger than 50ml.
4. Get your gear ready. It's time to discover the artist in you – paint your banners and prepare your flags. They can be up to 2.0 x 1.5 m. The maximum size of flexible flagpoles is 1m in length and 1cm in diameter.
5. Get those costume ideas flowing. That ridiculous hat you never got around to wearing in public? The fancy dress you've been desperate to show off but haven't had the chance? Yep, now's the time! Don’t worry if you're more of a traditional type – your team's jersey and scarf will do. And remember face coverings are an indispensable accessory this season.
6. Pro-tip for matchday essentials: buy a poncho. It's small enough to fit into your pocket and will prepare you for any summer showers coming your way.
7. It’s always good to have a small power bank for your phone with you. The UEFA EURO 2020 mobile app will be your trusted companion throughout your tournament journey, and don't even get us started on all those photos and videos you'll be sharing on Instagram.
8. Make sure you use our journey planner on the EURO 2020 mobile app to plan your journey to your stadium entrance in advance and in time for your 30-minute entry time slot. Check for travel updates before you set off.
Leave at home
1. Without a press pass, professional cameras or video cameras won't be allowed inside the stadium, so no need to worry about how you’ll fit one into your A4 size bag. This includes SLR cameras and cameras that look similar to SLRs. If in doubt, don't bring it along.
2. Food and drink can't be taken inside the stadium. But there will be plenty of options to choose from once you're inside. Check our guide for must-try local foods in the city, too!
3. Umbrellas can't be taken inside the venue, so a poncho is the perfect alternative.