Gill Independent Supporters Club
Terms And Conditions

Criminal Offences

    Offences under Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985.

    It is on offence for a person to enter or attempt to enter a football ground while in possession of a flare, smoke bomb or firework. The sentence for these offences can be as much as three months in prison, and in many cases.

    It is also an offence to possess alcoholic drinks at football matches (in sight of the 'field of play'). Police have powers to stop and search coaches that may carry alcoholic drinks, flares, fireworks etc. If police find alcohol on a GISC coach, the coach will be turned back, the driver risks losing their Public Service Vehicle Licence and the individual carrying the alcohol may be liable to a Banning Order.

    1. No Flares, fireworks, or any other dangerous article or alcohol will be allowed on a GISC coach

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