Moldova

 

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Moldova

Stadium

Zimbru Stadium

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Zimbru Stadium,

Zimbru Stadium,

Butucului Street, 1,

Botanica,

Chișinău,

Moldova

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Comments

Sergei Afanasenko

Match: Moldova v Wales

Published: 12/9/2017

 

Wheelchair viewing area

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Sergei Afanasenko

Match: Moldova v Wales

Published: 12/9/2017

 

Disabled supporters were located pitchside in the lower tribune with both Welsh and Moldovan supporters seated together. 

 

I felt there were too many tickets sold, so companions had to stand. There were only two accessible toilets, so the queues were very long and the Welsh supporters had negotiate their way through the Moldovan fans to reach them, which for them made the process even. One of the Moldovan players warming up also jumped over the hoardings and used the accessible toilets during the match!

 

There isn't a roof over the wheelchair user area so there is no protection from the elements. There is also a risk of being hit by items falling or being thrown from the upper tribunes. 

 

There was accessible parking available at the stadium, but there isn't any signage directing fans to where this one. The parking area is located on the opposite side of the stadium to where the accessible seating area is and the walk is very long. Signage in the stadium is non-existent, so this made the journey to the seats and to the accessible toilets even longer. There was no wheelchair loan service available either, which would have helped to make this much easier and comfortable for disabled fans.

 

There were volunteers who were there to assist disabled spectators, they were very good and accompanied fans as and when was necessary.

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