Legia Warsaw


Stadium Information


Legia Warsaw


Stadion Wojska Polskiego


ul. Łazienkowska 3



Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters


Michal Kocieba

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Disabled Supporters Group

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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


There are two major international airports in Warsaw, serving many European cities - Warsaw Chopin and Warsaw Modlin.


Warsaw has many modes of public transport, including trains, buses, trams and a metro service. Warsaw Central rail station has connections to most of the major cities in Poland.


There is only a few accessible parking spaces at the stadium, and this is only available to wheelchair users. Permits need to be obtained from the club in advance. The parking spaces are around 10m away from the entrance to the stadium, and are stewarded. Accessible drop-off points are also located around 10m away from the stadium.

Getting a Ticket


For more information on buying a ticket, please contact: Piotr Jarek and Magdalena Lipka at the club.

E-mail: pok@legia.pl

Tel: +48 22 318 20 91

Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair userThere are 68 spaces for home-supporting wheelchair users, situated in elevated positions all around the stadium. Sightlines are good, seats are sheltered, and there are no obstructed views. The club provides a complimentary ticket for Personal Assistants, and they can be seated adjacent to the wheelchair user.

The club provides an additional 15 spaces for away-supporting wheelchair users, situated pitch-side. Spaces are not sheltered and stewards may occasionally become an obstruction. The club provides a complimentary ticket for Personal Assistants, and they can be seated adjacent to the wheelchair user.


Blind and partially sightedThere are 30 seats available for blind and partially sighted supporters, including easy access seats and seating close to the stadium. The seats are situated in the general allocation. Seating is not sheltered, and Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent. Guide dogs are not permitted in the stadium.


Deaf or hard of hearingThe club provides inclusive seating areas for hard of hearing and deaf fans who use induction loops , and Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent.



Ambulant disabledThere are 68 easy access seats for ambulant disabled home supporters, located in the Lower Tribune. Wider seats have arm rests and additional leg room, and sight lines are good. Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent.

There are an additional 15 easy access seats available for ambulant disabled away supporters. These are within the general allocation, and wider seats have arm rests and additional leg room. Sight lines are generally good, and Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent.



There are accessible refreshment kiosks, though they do not have low level counters.


There are 10 accessible toilets available to home supporters, and 2 additional toilets for away supporters to use. There is level access to all the toilets, with grab rails and sufficient space for a wheelchair user and Personal Assistant.



An audio descriptive commentary service has recently been made available at 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.


For the detailed CAFE stadia report please click here.



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Match: legia-podbeskidzie

Published: 7/3/2015


I think that a big hurdle is to use the Shift bar moving person in a wheelchair, but put on the Legion barriers that define the queue to take advantage of the bar cause that a person moving into an electrical wheelchair podjedziemy to the bar in order to self-purchase.

Everything else is the level of the Euro world :))


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