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Aubrey Bingham

Match: Hungary v Northern Ireland Sept '14

Published: 3/10/2014


Went to Groupama Arena for Hungary v Northern Ireland Euro qualifier, stadium is also home of Ferencvaros.

Stadium just opened in July 2014 so very modern, looks fantastic at night, light up on outside with Green glow.  The stadium is about 10mins taxi from central Budapest, there is also a metro station close by.

The only area of the stadium which has wheelchair access is sections D1/D2, good sitelines from corner flag position, no obstructions. From turnstile to wheelchair area is all flat, easy access and there is an accessible toilet very close by.

Few downsides - this is the only accessible area so no choice available which is a pity for a new stadium.  Also, we wouldve like to have been in with the away fans however there is no wheelchair access for the away section (E section), so this meant we were in along with the home fans.


Not much around the stadium re: Bars/cafes just match day stalls with simple snacks and cans of beer.


Ticket for match was £12.50 each.

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