Republic of Ireland

 

Information pour les supporteurs en situation de handicap

Club

Republic of Ireland

Stade

Aviva Stadium

Adresse

Aviva Stadium,

Dublin,

Republic of Ireland

Contact Stade/Club pour les supporteurs en situation de handicap

Nom

Les McLindon

Numéro de téléphone

+353 1 2382300

Adresse du site Web

Groupe de supporteurs en situation de handicap

Nom du Contact

Numéro de téléphone

Adresse email

Adresse du site Web

Accès aux Informations pour les supporteurs en situation de handicap

Comment s’y rendre et se Garer

 

The closest international airport is Dublin Airport. Heuston and Connolly stations are the two main railway stations in Dublin with link to other cities. There is also a tram system in place.

 

A limited amount of accessible parking passes are distributed to ticket holders. They are distributed by the event organisers a minimum of 5 working days before the event, please contact the FAI for further details. There are 100 spaces provided at stadium and an additional 60 spaces adjacent to stadium. They are situated 100m from the main entrance. Access to the parking facility closes 2 hours prior to the commencement of the event due to road closures implemented by An Garda Siochana. Details of approach routes to the parking facility are printed on the back of the parking pass. Spectators with parking passes will be permitted to enter the stadium from 2 hours prior to gates open. Where relevant, bar and food outlets will be available.

 

There are five dedicated access points these are located at:

  • Entrance E (Lower West Stand),
  • Entrance X (Upper West Stand),
  • Entrance A (South Stand)
  • Entrance M (East Stand)
  • Entrance  I (North Stand)

Prendre un billet

 

Information on how to purchase a ticket can be found at http://www.avivastadium.ie/stadium-info/tickets. Personal Assistant tickets are complimentary, and proof of disability is required.

Zones réservées aux Spectateurs

 

Wheelchair userThere are 230 spaces for home-supporting wheelchair users located throughout all stands, and these can be accessed via dedicated lifts and elevators. 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.

 

There are 22 spaces for away-supporting wheelchair users situated in the North stand and part of East Lower stand. Sightlines are good and Personal Assitants can sit adjacent, however, in the North Stand, there may be obstructed views in the warm up.

 

Blind and partially sightedThere are spaces for blind and partially sighted supporters including easy access seats located throughout the stadium. Guide dogs are permitted in the stadium, but owners must contact the event organiser in advance of booking their tickets to discuss their specific requirements.

 

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 some easy access seats available for ambulant disabled supporters with extra room and leg space.

 

 

Commodités

 

Food and drink kiosks on all concourses have an accessible lowered section so that wheelchair users can be served.

 

There are 51 accessible toilets inside the stadium, located adjacent to all viewing areas.

 

Tactile flooring is used at the top and bottom of all staircases inside the stadium, and a public address system will give emergency announcements.

Services

 

There is an audio descriptive commentary service available and headsets are available to borrow with a 200 euro deposit. For more information about services please contact the stadium.

Publications utiles et Réglementations

 

Pour plus d’information, se référer  à “Accès pour Tous”- le Guide des Bonnes Pratiques de l’ UEFA et du  CAFE pour la Création d’un Stade Accessible et  l’Expérience d’un Jour de Match, disponible ici en 13 langues différentes.

Commentaires des Fans – La parole est à vous!

 

Avez-vous récemment visité ce stade ? Si oui, merci de partager votre expérience de cette journée de match en postant vos commentaires dans l’emplacement ci-dessous.

 

Merci de nous parler de votre expérience de cette journée de match – ce qui était bien, ce qui n’était pas bien, ou ce qui devrait être amélioré.

 

Veuillez télécharger toutes photos ou documents qui permettront d’expliquer votre expérience de cette journée.

 

Vos commentaires sont importants, ils seront utiles à d’autres fans handicapés souhaitant visiter ce stade, et cela pourra aider le stade ou le club à améliorer ses installations actuelles et ses services. Si vous le désirez, vous pouvez également poster vos commentaires de fans de façon anonyme.

 

Merci de noter: – afin d’être sûrs que les commentaires postés ne sont pas malintentionnés, ils reçoivent l’autorisation CAFE avant d’être publié sur ce site web.

 

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