Dear friends! We are grateful for the amazing atmosphere in Basket-Hall during our games. It seems no one has any doubt that Loko fans are the best in Russia. Here are some simple conditions that will help us all keep this magic in the future.

Be understanding

The polite guys at the entrance are our security officers who do their best to make your stay at Basket-Hall as safe as possible. We will be very grateful if you make their work a little easier by maintaining correctness during communication.

Be secure

We are sure that you do not need to be reminded of this, but objects dangerous for other people are prohibited in the arena. The full list can be found here.

Be light

Laser devices and vuvuzela-ish stuff also should be left at home. You do understand the reason, don’t you?

Be human

Your pet giraffe surely loves Loko, but it’s more convenient for him to watch basketball on TV. Animals are not allowed into the arena.

Настрой на позитив

Поддерживайте наших парней корректно! В традициях Lokofamily – уважение к соперникам, арбитрам и болельщикам других команд. Трибуны «Баскет-Холла» пропитаны позитивом, и это традиции, которые стоит поддержать.

Be positive

Support our guys correctly! Follow the Lokofamily traditions — respect our opponents, referees and away fans. The stands of Basket-Hall are saturated with positive vibrations and it should be kept like that.

Be respectful

And absolutely nothing...and we mean it...NOTHING can be thrown onto the court or into others. This will automatically entail sanctions against the Club.

Be healthy

We root for a healthy lifestyle. Nobody should come to a game in a state of alcohol intoxication, and Zubbi does not approve smoking inside Basket-Hall.

List of items prohibited from being brought to Lokomotiv-Kuban home matches

Dear fans! PBC Lokomotiv-Kuban pays increased attention to ensuring the safety of people in the Basket Hall arena during home matches. We hope that you will understand all the measures aimed at this: inspections of you and your personal belongings, as well as prohibitions on bringing in certain items.

Spectators at the venues of official sports competitions are prohibited from carrying and using:

  • weapons of any type, including self-defense, and ammunition, piercing or cutting objects, other items that can be used as weapons, explosive, poisonous, poisonous and pungent-smelling substances, radioactive materials;
  • flammable and pyrotechnic substances or products (except for matches, pocket lighters), including flares, flares, firecrackers, gas cylinders and items (chemical materials) that can be used to make pyrotechnic products or smoke;
  • other substances, objects, products, including homemade ones, the use of which can lead to smoke or fire;
  • devices and products, including home-made ones, that are not pyrotechnics, used for scattering, spraying various materials and substances (pneumatic flappers);
  • coloring matter;
  • wind instruments (including vuvuzelas), with the exception of bugles and pipes;
  • alcoholic drinks of any kind, narcotic, toxic substances and stimulants;
  • soft drinks in glass or tin containers, as well as in plastic containers with a volume of more than 0.5 liters;
  • propaganda materials of an extremist nature or symbols or paraphernalia of extremist organizations, as well as Nazi paraphernalia;
  • technical means that can interfere with the conduct of an official sports competition or its participants (laser devices, flashlights), radio stations, sound amplification equipment;
  • bulky objects that interfere with other spectators, unless the carrying of such objects is agreed upon with the organizer of the official sports competition.

The list was compiled on the basis of a resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation dated December 16, 2013 No. 1156 and is mandatory for all organizers of official sports competitions on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Full rules for attending PBC Lokomotiv-Kuban matches and spectator responsibilities can be found in PDF file via link.