Club Brugge K.V.


Stadium Information


Club Brugge K.V.


Jan Breydel Stadium


Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters


Peter Gheysen

Telephone number

+32 485 068 419

Website address

Disabled Supporters Group

Contact Name

Corey Verstraete

Telephone number

Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


The national Brussels Airport, one hour away by train or car, offers the best connections. Bruges has an extensive web of bus lines and a main railway station that that has connections to other main cities in Belgium.


There is accessible parking which is stewarded on match days and is 50m from the main entrance.

Getting a Ticket


For more information on buying a ticket please contact the club directly.

Spectator Viewing areas


There are 70 seats for home-supporting wheelchair users and an additional 10 spaces for away-supporting wheelchair users. They are situated in blocks 116 and 415. Sightlines are good and the home seats in block 116 are sheltered. The club provides a complimentary ticket for Personal Assistants, and they can be seated adjacent to the wheelchair user.


There are seats available for blind and partially sighted supporters, including easy access seats and seating close to the stadium, located in blocks 112 and 113. Seating is sheltered, and Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent. Guide dogs are permitted in the stadium.



There are no accessible refreshment kiosks, however there is an ordering service on match days.


There are 5 accessible toilets in the stadium, which are located in all fan areas. There is level access to all the toilets, with grab rails and sufficient space for a wheelchair user and Personal Assistant. The toilets are stewarded on match days.



For more information about services please contact the club 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 14 different languages here.


For the detailed CAFE stadia report please click here.

Ambulant disabled persons seating area

Ambulant disabled fans seating area

More Stadium Photos

Sightlines from Accessible seating area

Sightlines from Accessible seating area

Could be obstructed by stewards

Wheelchair user seating area

Wheelchair user seating area

Information on stand for partially sighted fans

Information on stand for partially sighted fans



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Andy Gubbins

Match: Brugge v Leicester City

Published: 25/11/2016


Access into the stadium for wheelchair users was difficult. We were walked down by the police and stewards along a rough gravel track and cobbled path to the stadium. There was a number of TV cables laid across this track with no protective matting to prevent trips etc. These had to be lifted above our heads as 'easiest' way to get over. Immediately outside the stadium entrance was a footpath with no dropped kerb! Viewing area was good, pitchside to the side of the goal in an empty area and below our supporters. 

Furthermore, we had to pay for our personal assistant/carers ticket. Contrary to the information tabs above!!! 

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Anthony Joy

Match: None - visited on a non-match day

Published: 18/9/2014


While on the way to Germany, we stayed in Bruges and took the time to visit Club Brugge's ground.   This was on a non-match day and fortunately (for us) gates were open and not many people were around.  So we took out chance to sneak in, and have a good look around.


We found the wheelchair viewing platform straight away and took the pictures attached.  It looked to be a two-tiered platform, but not enough seats to each wheelchair bay.  I assume therefore that a companion would have to sit on the edge of the upper level.  The view looked good though and if on the upper level the roof would provide some shelter.  


Access was flat, to and from the car-park where I saw about 4 disabled parking spaces.

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