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Michael Igoe

Match: Valencia versus Celtic

Published: 27/2/2019


Apart from witnessing at first hand the Spanish police attacking the supporters for absolutely no reason Valencia was fantastic. A great city. Very accessible and any bar or restaurant I was in catered for me very well.

I wasn't over impressed with the accessible seating, it cost me £74 for myself and assistant, and as you can see from the photo attached not a great view.stadium was very accessible stewards were helpful and decent toilets. I didn't use any other facilities.

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Match: Valencia v Bilbao & Valencia v Real Madrid

Published: 16/3/2017


Attended a couple of games recently at the Mestalla.

Contacted Valencia by email to check on ticket situation for wheelchair users, only able to book the tickets about 10 days before the games which was a bit of a worry. Went to the stadium ticket office a few hours before kick-off and got the tickets which had been set aside for me, paid by credit card (30 euros each for Bilbao, 60 euros for Real game, no concessions for companion).

Entry to stadium via Gate S11, easy push to wheelchair area, which is behind the goal, towards the corner flag.  3 rows of 15 spaces, companions sit in seating behind. Bit of a restricted view, but had worse. Plenty of accessible toilets close by.

2 enjoyable games, especially Real game which Valencia won 2-1.

Would recommend going to the Mestalla, great football stadium.

Manolo (EL Bomba) bar right beside stadium, he's the famous drummer who goes to all the the Spain games. Nice wee football bar.

Valencia cracking city for access, most bars/cafes we visited had wheelie loos, transport easy to negotiate, really good value food/drinks if you avoid tourist areas (try Ruzafa area). SoHotel brilliant accessible rooms, immaculately clean, £65 a nite for double with small kitchen area. 5 mins from Valencia Nord Train station and 5 mins from main shopping area.

Mestalla Stadium is a good 30 mins push/walk from the main city centre area.

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Matthew Law

Match: Valencia vs Chelsea - 28/9/2011

Published: 17/10/2014


45 minutes before kick off we arrived back at Gate S11. We showed the tickets and were greeted by a large frown on the stewards’ face. He called his boss on his mobile and after a few minutes he came down to explain to us in broken English that the ticket was for a seat in the stand and not a wheelchair ‘There is only one wheelchair from Chelsea’ he went on. ‘Yes’ I replied ‘That’s me’. The penny then seemed to drop and he asked us to follow him.


He led us to the wheelchair platform which was on two levels (although only about 6 inches different in height). The platform was situated behind one goal and towards the corner. It was raised about one meter from pitch level and had room for three rows of about 8 wheelchairs. If you got into the front row the view was perfect. I did try but the platform soon filled up and everyone seemed to have their allocated space so I was sort of forced to retreat to the back row. My view was somewhat restricted by the other wheelchair users but I’ve experienced far worse views at football matches as a wheelchair user.

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