Tickets for easy access seats are provided for disabled people who do not use a wheelchair but require seating with easy access that is close to accessible amenities. Easy access seats are suitable for disabled people with limited mobility requiring minimal or no stepped access, extra legroom, disabled people with assistance or guide dogs and disabled spectators who prefer to sit in designated disabled-friendly areas. Disabled people requiring easy access may include ambulant disabled people, partially sighted and blind people, hard of hearing and deaf people and other disabled people who prefer to sit in accessible (disabled-friendly) areas of the stadium.
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- Are tickets available for disabled spectators?
- Will accessibility ticket holders receive a parking pass?
- Are companion / personal assistant tickets available for an accompanying person?
- Will drop-off and pick-up points be available at the stadium for accessibility ticket holders?
- What is a wheelchair user ticket?
- What is an easy access seat?
- Will audio-descriptive commentary be provided for partially sighted and blind fans?
- Accessibility ticket applicants are required to provide proof of disability. What is the procedure for applying for accessibility tickets?
- What ‘proof of disability’ documents are required as part of my application?
- Who is entitled to purchase accessibility tickets for disabled fans?