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Kids stopped from bringing poster in support of Lions against South Korea as it was larger than allowed

SINGAPORE: Two children were stopped by security personnel from bringing a poster in support of Singapore's national football team into the National Stadium on Thursday (Jun 6), where the Lions were thumped 7-0 by South Korea in a sold-out World Cup qualifier. 

In response to CNA's queries, Kallang Alive Sport Management (KASM), which manages the Singapore Sports Hub, and the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) said on Sunday that the poster was larger than A3 in size and therefore did not meet the conditions of entry.

"Save for prior approved exceptions, our current rules do not allow signs or posters that are larger than A3 in size as large posters, when held up, may obstruct the view of fans behind," they added. 

KASM and FAS said it was "verified that the sign was larger than A3" and security personnel, who are trained to enforce this at the entry point, "had to, unfortunately, disallow" it as it did not meet the conditions of entry.

"This and other conditions of entry were made known to fans in advance of event day via an online event guide, event listings and an email to all ticket holders."

KASM and FAS added the conditions of entry apply to "all football matches held at the National Stadium", and this was "to ensure a positive collective fan experience" as well as for public safety.

"This includes a list of items which are not allowed inside the stadium for all football matches. These rules take reference from international guidelines set by (world football governing body) FIFA and are benchmarked with stadiums internationally," they said.

"The Singapore Sports Hub and FAS are united in their goal to serve and provide a safe, memorable and enjoyable experience for all football fans at the National Stadium."