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Rules and regulations for championship game


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Thinking about bringing a backpack or water bottle to the Perry championship game? Well think again, because the rules and regulations at the Sun Devil Stadium are becoming more intense to help ensure the safety of their fans.

The upcoming Perry vs. Chandler championship game takes place at ASU Sun Devil Stadium and features numerous rules to prevent any violations.

These rules were created to help protect the crowd and team members. Bringing any items that could result in a harmful outcome will be removed.

“Sun Devil Athletics adopted the Clear Bag policy to enhance public safety at our venues and provide a great game day experience by making the stadium access more efficient,” states the Sun Devil’s official website. “This proactive measure will enhance security inside and outside of the athletics venues and speed up the security screening process for all fans.”

Items that will be prohibited include, coolers, metal containers, any outside beverages, strollers, backpacks, etc.

The list continues on and features many items that most would normally bring to a public football game.

Although these rules may prevent you from bringing your important belongings, they help ensure the safety of the fans and the public.

Some items you can bring into the stadium are clear bags, small clutch bags or purses, sealed water bottles, service animals, etc.

The Clear Bag Policy, according to the official Sun Devil website, is a policy to “enable us to move guests through our security checkpoints faster.”

This policy not only benefits the ASU security team, but it also helps protect the incoming fans and players from dangerous or hazardous items.

“ASU announced that fans will no longer be allowed to exit and re-enter Sun Devil Stadium during games,” states This new rule can help the process of entering games run more smoothly for security staff and fans.

Preparing for the Perry vs. Chandler championship game begins with safety and security. Making sure you follow these rules and regulations will help create a protected environment for everyone.

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Holly Olszak, Reporter

Holly Olszak is a junior at Perry High School and is a softball/girls soccer reporter for the PHS Precedent. Other than writing, she loves to listen to...

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