If you are planning to take your child/children to a World Cup match, there are important details that you need to be aware of.
The ILoveQatar.net (ILQ) team has verified answers to your questions about taking children for a match.
Yes, children are allowed at World Cup matches. However, regardless of age, they must have a match ticket and a Hayya Card to attend matches.
Yes, regardless of age, all children require a Hayya Card.
A parent or legal guardian must accompany children under 15 to attend matches.
Parents with infants and pregnant women will be able to enter the stadium through a priority lane (volunteers will be able to assist).
A maximum of 1 litre of baby milk and sterilised water per child can be taken into the stadiums.
All stadiums have family rooms/baby changing facilities.
Children can be registered upon arrival at the stadium. Registering your child will provide them with a bracelet which will have their name and parents/guardians' mobile number.
The bracelet provided when registering your child at the stadium will help event staff find your child.
Security guards and stewards at the stadium can be contacted to report any concerns.
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