Political flags and banners will not be permitted at the stadium. The Dubai Police are advising spectators who plan to watch the Asia Cup cricket event in the city.
Drones, fireworks, flares, and laser pointers are also forbidden, according to the police.
On Saturday, the Asia Cup will begin at Dubai International Stadium. The notice was published on social media by the Dubai Police.
Additionally, it said that filming, scooters, outside food and drink, and sharp objects were prohibited.
The 16-day competition was originally scheduled to take place in Sri Lanka, but due to the political climate there, it was shifted to the UAE.
The majority of this year’s tournament matches, including the eagerly awaited encounter between India and Pakistan on August 28, are being held in Dubai.
The final will also be held in the emirate on September 11; Sharjah will host the other games.
“We are delighted to host the 2022 Asia Cup, the second largest cricket event in the world,” said Khalid Al Zarooni, chairman of the board of Dubai Sports City.
“It is watched by millions of fans across Asia and beyond. Dubai International Stadium will host the tournament for the second consecutive time. The last edition was also held in Dubai in 2018,” Mr Al Zarooni said.
“This reflects Dubai’s status as the best city to host such mega-events.”
Dubai Police’s list of restricted items for the Asia Cup
- Remote-controlled devices
- Illegal or toxic substances
- Radio communication devices or power banks
- Fireworks or flares
- Laser pointers
- Filming or flash photography
- Selfie sticks, monopods or umbrellas
- Sharp objects
- Outside food or drinks
- Political flags and banners
- Bikes, skateboards or scooters