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Bursa Ataturk Stadium




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Getting there and Parking


Bursa Yenişehir airport is small with very few European destinations. Bursa is close to the city of Istanbul, which has two International airports - Istanbul Ataturk and Sabiha Gökçen. Both of these airports have good links across Europe and beyond.


There is a good metro system in Bursa called the Bursaray. There are also numerous bus routes through the city.

Getting a Ticket


For information on buying a ticket, please contact the club directly.

Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair userThere are approximately 30 seats for wheelchair users in the stadium. The spaces are located pitchside in the corner, and are not sheltered. Spaces can sometimes be obstructed by stewards, police and TV crews, and by substitutes when warming up. Adjacent seats for Personal Assistants are provided by the club.


For further information about spectator viewing areas, please contact the club directly.



There are no low-level refreshment kiosks at the stadium.


The stadium has 2 accessible toilets, which are beside the entrance. The toilets are not locked or monitored by stewards. Access is level, and accessible furniture can be found inside.



For more information about the services available, please contact the club directly.

Useful Publications and Policies


For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 13 different languages here.



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William Paterson

Match: Buraspor V Glasgow Rangers 7/12/2010

Published: 3/6/2013


This was my first visit to Turkey, so I didn't really know what to expect. We had pre-booked a minibus and driver to take us up to Bursa who initially took us to the ground, however we had to go to the hotel that Rangers Travel Club staff were located in order to pick up our match tickets. Once inside the hotel it became clear that once again I hadn''t been issued a ticket but had just to tell a steward at the ground that "I was a guest of Buraspor" and they would let me in. I''m always a bit nervous when this scenario arises because at some grounds there are cordons which you can''t get through if you don''t have a ticket! Though fortunately that was not the case here. I was informed by the Rangers G4S stewards that if I was unable to get access to contact them, fortunately no problems arose and entry was unproblematic.

Entry in to the wheelchair section is down a very, very steep ramp then along trackside where the wheelchair section was located. It seems the Buraspor ground has been under renovation for a while and there were plenty of wheelchair spaces, far more than I had expected and far more than seems the norm in less developed European nations. The wheelchair spaces were located towards the corner of the oval shaped ground, however when coming down the steep ramp I noticed that access to the front of the main stand was up only one step and that there was a large space between the front seats and the barrier. This would have been an ideal space to locate the wheelchairs as it would have afforded an unobstructed elevated view of the whole pitch. The toilets were located at the top of the ramp and were modern, clean and more than adequate.

My view of the game was excellent for most of the game until Buraspor equalised and the local fan who was standing next to me ( he was there with a young girl in a wheelchair) invaded the pitch. He was escorted off by security and taken up the ramp, however much to my surprise he reappeared five minutes later although this time he was in the stand behind the security fence.


03/03/2011 17:06:38

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