VfL Wolfsburg


Stadium Information


VfL Wolfsburg


Volkswagen Arena


Volkswagen Arena,


Lower Saxony,


Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters


Mike Compagnone

Telephone number


Website address

Disabled Supporters Group

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Telephone number

Email address

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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


Parking spaces are available for disabled supporters. A parking permit is required, this can be requested when purchasing tickets, proof of disability is required. 


Getting a Ticket


For more information on ticketing please contact the club directly. 

Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair userThere are 80 wheelchair user spaces, (72 home, 8 away) and 7 VIP wheelchair user spaces in the business level. Complimentary personal assistant spaces are provided and they are located behind the wheelchair user space. The spaces are covered but not protected from the rain. Sightlines are slightly obstructed by a protective grid. 



Blind and partially sighted There are 16 spaces available for blind and partially sighted fans in Block A of the stadium. An audio description service is provided, there are 16 headsets available. 




There are 4 accessible toilets in the main stadium, 1 at the VIP entrance and one on the business level of the stadium. 




An audio description service is provided, there are 16 headsets available. 

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.



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Amy Wilson

Match: Wolfsburg v Everton

Published: 3/12/2014


Second picture of view at match

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Amy Wilson

Match: Wolfsburg v Everton

Published: 2/12/2014


After encountering many problems in Lille, I was a little unsure if I wanted to go to another European away game, but as I had already booked travel and accommodation Germany, I decided I would go to this game as I was hopeful that things would be better in Germany. Everton had already allayed my fears over having a poor view as they had provided the disabled supporters with a picture of where the disabled enclosure was and I could tell by looking at it that it would be much better than our view in our previous away game.

Getting to ground from Wolfsburg city centre was straight forward, a 15-20 minute walk that was very wheelchair accessible. Upon arriving at the ground, we found the first entrance gate for away supporters, a helpful steward told us to go to the next gate. When we got there Everton stewards were also there and they directed us to the disabled entrance.
We went up the ramp to an elevated platform situation just above pitch level. The platform went from the away end to part way through the neutral end. Our seats where more towards the neutral end, but it was more like the Everton end with the amount of Evertonians there. Two stewards were on hand to give us free programmes and offered both myself and my carer a choice of free soft or warm drinks. They offered this at half time too. The view from here was excellent, had a unobstructed view of both ends of the ground, saw both of our goals clearly.

There is two disabled toilets located in a room at the bottom of the ramp, both very spacious and accessible. Had no problems whatsoever in this ground and it has made me want to go to another European away game with Everton.

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