Stadium Information




Ferencváros Stadium


Üllői út 129

1091 Budapest


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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


Travelling by bus in Budapest: 

With the exception of bus lines 23E, 39, 85E, 100, 121, 225 and 251, buses with low-level floors operate on every line. Buses with low-level floors are accessible via a ramp operated by the driver and there is space onboard for one wheelchair user. A route planner which gives details of accessible bus routes in Budapest can be found by clicking here


Travelling by metro in Budapest:

Metro line 1 is not accessible for disabled passengers.

Metro line 2 has three stations that are accessible for disabled passengers - Örs vezér tere, Pillangó utca and Puskás Ferenc Stadion.

Metro line 3 has two stations that are accessible for disabled passengers - Kőbánya-Kispest and Árpád híd.

Metro line 4 is fully accessible for disabled passengers

All stations are accessible via lift and all platforms allow for level boarding for wheelchair users. Each metro has a designated boarding point for wheelchair users and there is space for two wheelchair users in these carriages. There are markings on the floor at each station to indicate the designated boarding points.


Travelling by tram in Budapest:

Tramlines 4 and 6 are fully accessible for disabled passengers with exception of one stop - Boráros tér.

Tramlines 1, 3, 17 and 19 are partially accessible. On weekends, all vehicles used on tramline 1 are accessible.

Accessible tram vehicles that run on these lines have level boarding access and space for up to two wheelchairs.


Travelling by taxi in Budapest:

CAFE are not aware of any taxi companies in Budapest that provide wheelchair accessible vehicles.


Getting to the stadium:

The stadium is accessible via bus and tram. There is no accessible metro station located near to the stadium.


From Budapest Ferenc Liszt international airport - disabled spectators should take Bus 200E towards Nagyvárad tér M and alight at Nagyvárad tér M. From Nagyvárad tér M, the stadium is approximately a 10 minute walk. Journey time is approximately 45 minutes.


From the main train station located in Budapest city centre (Keleti pályaudvar)  - disabled spectators should take Buses 5, 7, 7E, 8E, 110, 112 or 133E in the direction of Újpalota, Nyírpalota út and alight at Zugló vasútállomás, (one stop).From here spectators should then take Tram Line 1 in the direction of Etele út / Fehérvári út and alight at Albert Flórián út, (eight stops). From Albert Flórián út, the stadium is approximately a five-minute walk. Journey time is approximately 40 minutes.


Accessible Car Parking

There are 20 accessible car parking spaces available at the stadium spread across the club's underground and exterior car parking areas. Access to the exterior car parking area is via Albert Flórián ú.   

Getting a Ticket


The club advised CAFE that accessible area tickets are usually bought direct from the ticket offices based at the stadium. 

Please be aware that there is no low-level ticket window at either of the two tickets offices at the stadium

A companion ticket is offered to disabled spectators who may require one.

Spectator Viewing areas


There are 20 wheelchair user spaces located on a slightly raised platform pitchside in the corner of Sector D. Companion seating is located adjacent to wheelchair user spaces.

There are no wheelchair user spaces located in the away section of the stadium.

Wheelchair user spaces at the stadium

For the UEFA Women's Champions League Final, there will be 19 easy access spaces located in Sector E. Companion seating will be on the row behind the easy access seats.





There are two accessible unisex toilets located close to the wheelchair user spaces in Sector D. Both toilets offer right-hand transfers and have sufficient space for a wheelchair user and companion to enter, where required.

There is no Changing Place facility at the stadium,

Food and drink concessions are located close to the wheelchair user spaces in Sector D. However, there are no low-level serving counters or priority lanes for disabled spectators.

Spectators should be aware that cash and credit card payments are not accepted for food and drink purchases within the stadium. Spectators are requested to make purchases using a top-up card which can be bought from various machines located throughout the stadium.

An accessible first aid room is located in Sector C




Audio-descriptive commentary (ADC) is not currently provided for domestic matches. For the UEFA Women's Champions League Final, ADC will be available in both Hungarian and English.

There is signage indicating the use of assistive hearing devices at both ticket offices and at some of the concessions within the stadium. CAFE understand that the equipment is never used as no staff are aware of how to operate it.

Guide and assistance dogs are permitted into the stadium.

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.



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Aubrey Bingham

Match: Hungary v Northern Ireland Sept '14

Published: 3/10/2014


Went to Groupama Arena for Hungary v Northern Ireland Euro qualifier, stadium is also home of Ferencvaros.

Stadium just opened in July 2014 so very modern, looks fantastic at night, light up on outside with Green glow.  The stadium is about 10mins taxi from central Budapest, there is also a metro station close by.

The only area of the stadium which has wheelchair access is sections D1/D2, good sitelines from corner flag position, no obstructions. From turnstile to wheelchair area is all flat, easy access and there is an accessible toilet very close by.

Few downsides - this is the only accessible area so no choice available which is a pity for a new stadium.  Also, we wouldve like to have been in with the away fans however there is no wheelchair access for the away section (E section), so this meant we were in along with the home fans.


Not much around the stadium re: Bars/cafes just match day stalls with simple snacks and cans of beer.


Ticket for match was £12.50 each.

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