27th Summer Universiade in Kazan,

July 6-17 2013

Spectator information

Ticket holders to a sporting event or the Opening or Closing Ceremonies of the 27th Summer Universiade 2013 not only get a series of prearranged services and benefits, but must also undertake a number of obligations connected with visiting such an event. To have the good impressions of the event last for a long time, please remember the following rules:

  • Observe public order and accepted standards of behaviour, and comply with the lawful orders of the administration, the police and security personnel;
  • Treat with care the property of the sports venues, maintain cleanliness;
  • Immediately report to law enforcement officials or organisers of the event any presence of suspicious objects;
  • Leave bulky items at the checkroom (any object that is larger than 25x25x25 cm).

Spectators are prohibited:

  • To be present at the sports venue under the influence of alcoholic, narcotic or toxic substances;
  • To carry weapons of any kind, alcoholic beverages, promotional materials of an extremist nature, gases, flammable substances, laser devices;
  • To throw objects or liquids of any kind in the direction of the participants, spectators, and other persons as well as in the direction of the sports arena;
  • To shout out or take any other actions that may humiliate and offend human dignity of the participants or other spectators;
  • To smoke in areas of sports venues, where this is forbidden by the organisers of the sports events.

List of items not allowed to be brought into the Universiade competition and non-competition venues

Please note that the main priority for the event is safety. Therefore, in case of violation of the above rules, the spectator may be removed from the event, and in cases of unlawful acts, prosecuted in accordance with the current legislation of the Russian Federation.

It is important to know that the events of the 27th Summer Universiade will be audio and video recorded. By attending the event, you thereby consent to the continued use and disclosure of your image and/or sound of your voice as recorded in the audio and video recordings.