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Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters
Disabled Supporters Group
Access Information for Disabled Supporters
Getting there and Parking
Uzhgorod is situated close to the Slovakian border in western Ukraine. There is a small airport that has flight connections to Kiev and Prague.
Uzhgorod railway station has 8 platforms and has links to a number of cities including Kiev, Lviv, Kharkiv and Moscow.
Buses are readily available in Uzhgorod.
At the stadium, there are no dedicated parking spaces for disabled fans but the club can provide free spaces upon request. Parking is 10-15m away from the stadium entrance and is stewarded. Accessible drop-off points are also available.
Getting a Ticket
For more information on how to purchase a ticket, please contact the club directly.
Spectator Viewing areas
There are 30 spaces for wheelchair users in the stadium, with seats behind for Personal Assistants. They are located along the West Stand. Spaces are at pitch level, and there is nothing obstructing the view of the pitch.
Blind and partially sighted supporters can sit in sector 22 of the South stand. Seats are not sheltered but sightlines are good. Guide dogs are not allowed in the stadium and alternative formats of matchday documents are not available.Signage has been created in contrasting colours. Personal Assistants sit adjacent to the disabled supporter.
Deaf and hard or hearing supporters can sit in sector 22 of the South stand. Induction loops are not available and stewards are not trained in sign language. Personal Assistants sit adjacent to the disabled supporter.
Seats are available for ambulant disabled supporters in sector 22 of the South stand. Sightlines are good and Personal Assistants sit adjacent to the disabled supporter.
There are 8-12 refreshments kiosks open in the stadium on matchdays. They can be found all around the stadium, but are not wheelchair-friendly and do not provide menus in alternative formats.
There is an accessible toilet situated close to the disabled supporters' entrance near the North stand. The toilet is always open on matchdays and a steward will monitor to prevent abuse. The toilet is clearly signposted with level access, and has grab rails, a low sink and low mirrors. Furniture is easily distinguishable from the walls and floor.
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 stadia report in English please click here.
For the detailed CAFE stadia report in Russian please click here.
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