Till problems cause Wembley queues
Fans hoping to buy snacks as they watched Great Britain's men take on United Arab Emirates were told they could not pay by Visa, the only credit or debit card accepted at London 2012 venues, and must use cash.
Max Gore, 27, from Shepherd's Bush, west London, said: "The queues were ridiculous. I didn't have any cash and I couldn't pay on card.
"I asked the person behind the bar if there were any cash machines and they said some had been taken out for the Olympics. I had to trek around the stadium to find one."
Thousands of fans attended the stadium to watch Senegal play Uruguay before Great Britain's match.
A Visa spokesman said: "We understand that Wembley's systems failed and therefore they were only accepting cash at the food and beverage kiosks.
"This cash-only decision was made by Wembley management and not Visa.
"We are working with the Wembley team to help them fix this as soon as possible."
A Locog spokesman said: "We understand that Wembley is currently experiencing problems with its card payments systems and therefore only accepting cash at the food and beverage kiosks. We are working with the Wembley team to fix this as soon as possible."
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