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Hampden Park


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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


There are two international airports in Glasgow - Glasgow International Airport and Glasgow Prestwick Airport.


There is a main train station - Glasgow Central - with links to many major cities. There is also a bus service and an underground metro system in the city.


Accessible parking is available at the stadium for all disabled supporters. Spaces are around 50 metres away from the stadium entrance, and parking permits are obtained when buying match tickets. Stewards are on hand on matchdays, and the surface is level.

Getting a Ticket


Please contact the relevant home team for further information.

Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair usersThere are a total of 198 spaces for wheelchair users in the stadium. Of these, 158 are located in the South Stand (lower) with complimentary seats for companions provided behind the wheelchair user. The East and West Stands each have 13 spaces for wheelchair users on level 4, with adjacent seats for companions. There are also two wheelchair user platforms in the North Stand, each holding 7 spaces for wheelchair users and adjacent seat for companions. Spaces are sheltered, provide a choice of ground level or elevated seats, and offer good sightlines.


Blind and partially sightedBlind and partially sighted supporters may sit anywhere in the stadium. Guide dogs are allowed, and 68 headsets for commentary are available with two receivers installed in the stadium.



Deaf or hard of hearingDeaf and hard of hearing supporters may also sit in any section of the stadium. Urgent messages will be displayed on the big screen, and a small number of stewards are trained in sign language.



Ambulant disabledDedicated amenity seats are available for ambulant disabled supporters, and these can be requested when purchasing tickets.





Low-level refreshment kiosks are available close to areas with wheelchair spaces. Stewards are also available to help.


20 accessible toilets are available, with 14 in the South Stand, 5 in the East Stand and 1 in the North Stand. Every other toilet block also has an accessible toilet, meaning there are an additional 76 available around the stadium.



For more information on the services available for disabled supporters, please contact the stadium 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 please click here.



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RoseAnn Omozik

Match: Celtic v Ross County

Published: 8/2/2016


I have been trying to search since the Celtic Semi Final for the head of security without any luck. As I know security doesn't get a lot of good press from supporters I would like to let you know about Lorna Douglas.


I have a few problems with my health, one being chronic COPD, as well as heart problems + bone problems, although to look at me you would never know I had anything wrong with my health so therefore don't look disabled in any way. But on that day I wasn't too good as the walk up to the stadium had taken its toll, so when I looked up those stairs in the east stand I knew there was no way I was going to make it as my breathing was really bad.


That is when I saw Lorna I think she could see I was distressed, when I explained my sorry tale to her she took me through to a lift, and as luck would have it the lift had been locked, she asked if I thought I would be able to walk up the inside stairs as their wasn't as many as the outside ones, I told her if I walked up them slow enough I thought I could manage.


I know I have made this story into a saga, but I was so impressed that being an older lady on her own how this young lady had went out of her way to make sure that I got in to see my football match even if we did get beat. Could someone tell the head of security how Lorna was a pleasure to meet and went well above her duty to help me out and it was a pleasure to see that security aren't as bad as they are painted out to be.

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