MIDDLESEX CRICKET OUT-GROUND GROUND REGULATIONS
All persons entering the ground, and the right to remain within the ground are subject to the Ground Regulations. Middlesex Cricket reserve the right to remove from the Ground any person who refuses to comply with them. All matches are played in accordance with the rules and regulations of both Middlesex Cricket and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
- The Club (and stewards) reserve the right to refuse admission to any person.
- All spectators must comply with instructions and directions issued by Club officials, stewards and/ or police officers.
- The use of any racial comment or racial chanting is a criminal offence and will be reported to the Police.
- Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.
- No animals other than assistance dogs are allowed into the Ground.
- The Club accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to property or injury to spectators whilst they are on the club's premises.
- Flags, weapons or other similar articles are not permitted and the stewards and police have the right to confiscate items they consider may be a danger to other spectators.
- The throwing or discharging of missiles is forbidden.
- Spectators are not allowed to encroach onto the field of play or to interfere with the normal course of play in any way.
- Under no circumstances may any person at the ground use a mobile telephone, computer or other kind of communication device either
- (i) to communicate or in any way transmit any form of commentary, data or other material in relation to a cricket match taking place at the ground for any kind of improper betting or other corrupt or unlawful purpose; or
- (ii) to conduct betting activity in a public pitch-facing part of the ground in a way which, in [the Club’s] (or its appointed nominee’s) opinion, otherwise brings the game or [the Club] into disrepute or which offends (or is likely to offend) other spectators.
- NO ALCOHOL is permitted to be brought into the ground for T20 games or matches played under international regulations.
- The Club reserves the right to eject or to cause the ejection of anyone who, within the ground, is considered to be behaving in a manner likely:
- to bring the Club or the game into disrepute; or
- to interfere with the comfort, enjoyment or safety of other spectators; or
- to impede in any way the activities of the Club, including the progress or conduct of any match;
- to be in breach of any of the official ground regulations.