Heading To Narendra Modi Stadium For World Cup Final? Check Out These Dos & Don’ts By An X User 

by Sanjana Shenoy
Heading To Narendra Modi Stadium For World Cup Final? Check Out These Dos & Don’ts By An X User 

The day is here! The day we’ve all been waiting for, wishing with bated breaths! India and Australia will now battle it out in a thrilling World Cup final at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. And if you’re one of the lucky ones to get a ticket to watch this historic match, then here’s a helpful list of dos and don’ts shared by X user which will come in handy.

X User Shares Helpful List Of Dos & Don’ts For Fans Heading To Narendra Modi Stadium

Kaashvi Saxena took to the microblogging site, X (formerly Twitter) to share a helpful list of dos and don’ts for cricket fans heading to the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad to watch the India vs Australia ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup final. In her post, the X user gives everyone a sneak peak into her experience watching the India vs Pakistan match at the Ahmedabad stadium. 

Firstly, the X user advised everyone entering the Narendra Modi Stadium to not carry anything. Yes, she is very serious about this. Kaashvi Saxena tells fans to not carry powerbanks, cables, airpods and earphones inside the stadium. Citing her personal experience, the cricket fan recollects her valuables being dumped in a carton box. She states that many others were upset about not finding their belongings back.

Furthermore, she tells people to not carry lipsticks, lip balms and sunscreens. The authorities will throw everything. She remembered the time when she carried sunscreen and power bank in her bag and the police officials told her to throw them off. So, the X user hopes her thread will help other cricket fans plan and enter the stadium accordingly. Only a mobile and a flag are permitted inside the stadium. Not even carrying cover for shades. Instead one can wear the cover for their shade over their head.

Bottle Of Water Costs Whopping ₹100!

Also, she adds that one can opt to store their belongings in locker systems for ₹500. But then people may have to wait long after the match is over the retrieve their belongings. So, the X user advises cricket fans to leave their belongings in their cars or hotels. Next, people should carry a lot of cash with them. What’s shocking is that the woman claims that a bottle of water costs a whopping ₹100 or ₹200 inside the Narendra Modi Stadium. The refill stations are crowded too. Also, sandwiches or pizzas for one person cost ₹300 on average. Bear in mind that vendors won’t sell water while doing rounds. So, fans need to head to FnB counters to purchase water.

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For those with a big appetite, she advises them to order food on their seats. Otherwise, they may end up missing out on the match while heading to the FnB counter to fuel up. Also, walk towards the stadium by 10 or 11 am, so you can be seated by 12:30 pm and not miss out on the toss. The key to staying healthy and watching the match comfortably is to wear light clothes, hydrate and don a cap.

Fans Express Their Gratitude For The Helpful Tips

In no time, her thread went viral on social media. Netizens immediately thanked her in the comments section for sharing a helpful list of dos and don’ts.

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Cricket fans, do you find this list useful? Are you looking forward to the most historic World Cup final between India and Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium? Because we certainly are!

Cover Image Courtesy: Narendra Modi Stadium & @kaashvisaxena/ X

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