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sport news Sunderland fans told they can't take over Trafalgar Square again ahead of ... trends now
sport news Sunderland fans told they can't take over Trafalgar Square again ahead of ... trends now

sport news Sunderland fans told they can't take over Trafalgar Square again ahead of ... trends now

Sunderland fans told they CAN'T take over Trafalgar Square again and street drinking is BANNED as police try and avoid repeat of 2014 and 2019 chaos with over 40,000 Mackems set to descend on London for League One Play-off final at Wembley Sunderland play Wycombe at Wembley in Saturday's League One Play-off final Over 40,000 Sunderland fans witness their bid to reach the Championship Previous visits to London in 2014 and 2019 saw them take over central London But the Met Police have warned street drinking is banned on this occasion Westminster Council has taken out a Public Space Protection Order  

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Sunderland fans have been warned they won't be able to take over Trafalgar Square and other parts of central London when over 40,000 descend for Saturday's League One Play-off final.

Previous visits to Wembley by the Mackems in 2014 and 2019 have seen tens of thousands of fans drinking and singing in the streets.

But the Metropolitan Police Football United has warned Sunderland fans - and those following their opponents Wycombe - that street drinking won't be permitted this weekend after Westminster Council took action to prevent it.

They tweeted: 'A warm welcome to travelling Sunderland and Wycombe supporters for this weekend.

'Please be aware that due to the Public Space Protection Order street drinking is prohibited in all of Westminster.

'There are lots of licensed premises to enjoy a drink. Good luck to both teams.'

Sunderland fans have been warned they won't be able to drink in the street as the authorities attempt to avoid a repeat of their takeover of central London in 2014 and twice in 2019

Sunderland fans have been warned they won't be able to drink in the street as the authorities attempt to avoid a repeat of their

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