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Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters
Disabled Supporters Group
Access Information for Disabled Supporters
Getting there and Parking
Odessa International Airport has a number of air links to other European countries.
Odessa has strong rail links across Ukraine, and also runs services to European countries including Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Germany and Russia. The city also has trams, buses, trolleybuses and cable car services.
At the stadium, there is accessible parking available for all disabled supporters. The parking is 50m away from the stadium entrance, and permits are received along with match tickets with proof of disability. The car park is well-lit, clearly signposted and monitored by stewards.
Getting a Ticket
For information on how to buy a ticket, please contact the club directly.
Spectator Viewing areas
There are 32 spaces for wheelchair users in the stadium, located in the lower levels of stands 2 and 4. Not all spaces are sheltered, and wheelchair users sit pitchside. Personal Assistants can sit behind the wheelchair user.
Blind and partially sighted supporters sit in stand 3. Seats are sheltered with good sightlines. Guide dogs are not allowed, and publications such as the matchday programme are printed in medium and large print. Personal Assistants can sit alongside.
Deaf and hard or hearing supporters also sit in stand 3. Urgent messages can be relayed on the big screens, and some stewards have been trained in sign language. Personal Assistants can sit alongside.
Ambulant disabled supporters can sit in the whole of stand 3 - up to 400 easy-access seats. These tickets should be requested when booking tickets. Sightlines are good and seats are covered. Personal Assistants can sit alongside.
Refreshment kiosks are not wheelchair user friendly, but stewards and staff will take food and drink orders. The facilities are close to the seating for disabled supporters, and no accessible formats are provided.
There are two accessible toilets in the stadium, located near stand 3. Toilets are clearly signposted and monitored by stewards on matchdays. Access is level, and the toilets have accessible furniture such as grab rails and low sinks.
For more information on the services available for disabled supporters, 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.
For the detailed CAFE staida report in English please click here.
For the detailed CAFE stadia report in Russian please click here.
Accessible toilets should provide enough space for a wheelchair user. They should be available for both left and right-handed transfer from wheelchair to toilet. The toilet and furniture should be in contrasting colours to increase visibility.
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