Dynamo Kiev


Stadium Information


Dynamo Kiev


NSC Olimpiyskiy


Velyka Vasylkivska, 55



Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters


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Email address

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Disabled Supporters Group

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Email address

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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


Kiev has two main airports - Boryspil has links to many international destinations, and the smaller Zhulyany is more domestic though with some overseas destinations.


There is an extensive train and metro system in place in Kiev with many destinations.


At the stadium, there are 70 accessible spaces for disabled supporters. These are located around 100m away from the stadium entrance.

Getting a Ticket


Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair suer

The stadium has 105 spaces for wheelchair users, and adjacent seats for Personal Assistants. Seats are located in sector C of the Lower level, and can be severely obstructed by the covering Upper level.



Blind and partially sghted

There is no specific seating areas for blind and partially sighted supporters, who can sit anywhere within the stadium. Audio descriptive commentary is not being provided, and only the lifts have braille or tactile print. Personal Assistants tickets are not provided for.


Deaf and hard of hearing

There is no induction loop system at the stadium, and deaf and hard of hearing supporters can sit anywhere. Urgent messages will be displayed on the big screens.



Ambulant disabled

There are no easy access seats in the stadium for ambulant disabled supporters.





Refreshment kiosks are available near to the dedicated disabled seating areas, but are not fully accessible.


There are 16 accessible toilets for supporters to use. These are located in all areas of the stadium and are equipped with grab rails and low sinks. Toilets are not always monitored by stewards, and do not require a key to gain access.



As part of CAFE's disability awareness project in Poland and Ukraine around UEFA EURO 2012, an audio descriptive commentary service was delivered to blind and partially sighted supporters in the stadium.

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 14 different languages here.

Disabled fans at UEFA EURO 2012

Disabled fans at UEFA EURO 2012

More Stadium Photos

Disabled fans at UEFA EURO 2012

Disabled fans at UEFA EURO 2012

Accessible parking

Accessible parking

Accessible entrance

Accessible entrance

Accessible seating area

Accessible seating area

Slight step up to spaces for wheelchair users

Accessible seating area

Wall should have high contrast paint to increase visibility.





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Дмитрий Чуйко.

Match: Динамо - Генгам

Published: 27/2/2015


"Many thanks" for the Olympic Stadium yesterday's match Dinamo - Guingamp. We both really enjoyed the fans stand in front of non-performing turnstiles, to 20.25 until opened the gate and started all in a row to pass. We certainly can and climb over the fence, as did some fans, but we disabled people in wheelchairs can not afford to jump the fence. Half of the fans got to match exactly to 20.35, thanks to those who opened the gate, and that could stand up in the morning on February 27, just in time for the draw and got to the stadium. Is the main stadium of the country can not make normal turnstiles. Stir in the game is not to blame, and blame everything on the bulk of the people can not, because I was in the Donbas - Arena with similar games, and everything was sedate and orderly ......... In general organization yesterday was disgusting.

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