COVID-19 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
Central Coast Stadium can now host 100% of our seated capacity
• We will still need your help by following the below COVID-19 Safe measures:
• Please STAY HOME if you are feeling unwell, have been in contact with anyone who has diagnosed with COVID-19 or is awaiting COVID-19 test results (including yourself) or are considered a close contact by NSW Health
• Maintain Social distancing of 1.5m with people outside your immediate group when moving around the stadium
• Remember to share your tickets with the group or party coming with you before you arrive
• If you have selected Ezytickets, remember to print your tickets before you arrive
• Be aware that cashless payments, with tap and go the only way to pay
• Please sit in your allocated seat
• Consider your travel options, plan ahead and allow extra travel time. Masks are required when using public transport
• If you have purchased tickets for others you are the responsible contact for contact tracing – you must be able to provide a name and contact number for every person in your group should NSW Health make contact for contact tracing
By attending Central Coast Stadium, you acknowledge your role in helping to successfully carry to out the COVID-19 Safety plan
For further safety precautions, we encourage you to download and use the Australian Government’s COVID-Safe app.
By adhering to the above, you can help ensure that we all enjoy a safe experience at Central Coast Stadium and continue to see the benefits of fans returning to live events.
Central Coast Stadium is dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable environment for all patrons. In support of this, the following Conditions of Entry will be enforced. These Conditions of Entry may also be supplemented by additional event specific Conditions of Entry, these will be printed on a patron's ticket or otherwise displayed at entry gates for those events.
In line with Liquor Licence conditions and industry best practice, there will be a screening process conducted for all patrons upon entry to the Stadium - which include bag checks, and electronic screening.
Central Coast Stadium Management reserves the right to carry out such personal checks of any patron who enters or exits the Stadium. Patrons refusing to participate in the search process will be excluded from entry.
Alcohol is not permitted to be taken into or out of the Stadium.
Smoking (including e-cigarettes) is not permitted within the Stadium; anyone caught smoking inside the Stadium may be asked to leave and refused re-entry.
Pass outs are available for most events (including A-League and NRL events) please check with the Stadium if concerned.
Central Coast Stadium Management advised that you may be recorded on either commercial broadcast or CCTV upon entry and throughout the licenced area during your time within the Stadium; the footage may be recorded and used if required by safety and/or security purposes.
Events at Central Coast Stadium may involve a level of recreational risk associated with a crowded environment, which may result in personal injury from time-to-time.
All patrons purchasing tickets or attending events at the Stadium are asked to assess their own risk prior to entry;
Children under 12 years of age of must be accompanied by a guardian (16 years or older) at all times unless involved in a stadium or club program. Specific age restrictions may apply at an event.
Some areas of the Stadium may be exposed to direct sunlight. Patrons are responsible for their own sun protection and hydration.
- Professional cameras or cameras with a detachable lens telephoto lens or a lens that extends more than 5cm from the body of the camera (flash photography is not permitted)
- Professional recording devices
- Monopods or tripods
- Any drinks with the seal not intact (e.g. has already been opened)
- Alcohol or illegal substances of any kind
- Cans (this rule only applies to applicable concerts, and all A-League/FFA events
- Eskies/hard cased cooler bags must be small enough to fit under your seat
- Weapons of any kind, including any item that can be used as a weapon or projectile this includes toy/replica weapons
- Chains and spiked wrist/neck bands or studded belts
- Fireworks or flares
- No glass bottles or containers of any kind
- Laser pointers, scissors or aerosol canisters
- Drones and or other remote controlled devices
- Motorbike helmets or balaclavas
- Horns, trumpets, sirens, whistles or Vuvuzela type of noise making devices
- Flags or signs larger than 1m x 1m, flag pole not attached and content must not be offensive in any nature - unless pre-authorised with Stadium management
- Umbrellas - these can be stored under your seat or checked in upon entry
- Strollers, prams and baby capsules - these can be cloaked once inside the venue opposite turnstiles entry points
- Vacuum flasks of any material
- Bicycles, skateboards, skates
- Commercial food (fast food items or food purchased from a full service restaurant) excluding items purchased by approved vendors and/or Stadium catering outlets
- Commercial quantities of packet food
- Electronic cigarettes (e-cig or e-cigarettes), personal vaporises, electronic nicotine systems or any other vaporisers
- Animals (excluding service animals)
A person may be liable for prosecution, a fine or may be ejected from the Stadium where that person:
- Uses foul or abusive language or makes racial or threatening remarks or gestures
- Is deemed by Stadium management to be displaying offensive, disorderly or unlawful behaviour
- Enters the Stadium or the playing area without proper authorisation
- Fails to comply with these conditions of entry or a lawful request from Stadium staff
No ticket refund will be paid to any person who is ejected from the Stadium. It is an offence for a person to re-enter the Stadium for a period of 24 hours after being ejected from the Stadium.
Patrons entering Central Coast Stadium are advised that:
- The Stadium is a licensed premises
- Intoxicated persons will be refused entry/evicted from the Stadium
- No external alcoholic beverages will be permitted entry to the Stadium
- It is an offence for minors to purchase or consume alcohol
- It is an offence to sell to or supply minors with alcohol
- Checking procedures will apply at all entrances to prevent prohibited items from entering
- For some events drinks are required to be decanted into approved plastic cups or lids removed from bottles once purchased
- The following forms of ID are acceptable within the Stadium:
- A driver's or rider's licence or permit (issued by an Australian State or Territory or any foreign country)
- Australian passport or a foreign passport issued by another country
- NSW photo card (issued by Roads and Maritime Services NSW)
- Proof of age card issued by a public authority of the commonwealth or of another State or Territory for the purpose of attesting to a person's identity and age
REFUSAL OF ENTRY
For the safety, comfort and enjoyment of all patrons, Central Coast Stadium Management reserves the right to:
- Refuse entry to any persons deemed to be intoxicated and/or disorderly
- Refuse entry to any unauthorised persons
- Refuse entry of items which have the potential to cause injury or public nuisance
- Refuse entry to any person who purchases an event ticket from any unauthorised source, including a ticket scalper
- Refuse entry to any person who presents an invalid ticket
- Refuse entry to any group as designated by Police or persons on a banned persons list supplied by the industry governing body or the venue
- Emergency Evacuations - an Emergency Operational Management Plan has been developed for this Stadium. Please familiarise yourself with the designate exit points nearest to your seat. Should evacuation of your area be necessary an Emergency Management Team member will assist you to reach a place of safety in a calm and orderly manner
- Central Coast Stadium supports the "No More It's The Law" Responsible Service of Alcohol initiatives of the NSW State Government and will undertake all measures to ensure full compliance with this policy
- At the present time there are no ATM's or public telephones within the Stadium. These facilities are available at the adjacent Central Coast Leagues Club
- When leaving the Stadium please have consideration for our neighbours and keep noise to a minimum
For a find a current copy of the A-League Terms of Admission here.
For a current copy of the Hyundai A-League spectator Code of Conduct, please click here.
Central Coast Stadium management may change these conditions from time to time as per the hirer request or industry updates and may choose not to enforce some of these terms in some cases, as it deems appropriate. It is the sole and exclusive responsibility of the Stadium management to apply such change or exercise any variation on a temporary or permanent basis.