UEFA EURO 2020 Accessibility Monitors

UEFA EURO 2020 takes place between 11 June and 11 July 2021, with matches played in 12 host venues across Europe. As part of our works around the tournament, CAFE aims to recruit disabled fans to become Accessibility Monitors and evaluate accessible services, facilities and amenities available on matchdays.

One locally based wheelchair user will be appointed as a CAFE Accessibility Monitor at each host city and will be required to be at up to a maximum of two matches during the month-long Finals to provide detailed user-led feedback to CAFE post-match.

If required, a complimentary companion ticket and an accessible parking permit (subject to availability) will be provided to all accessibility monitors.

A short online training for CAFE Accessibility Monitors will be provided via video conference tool, Zoom or Microsoft Teams

In order for applications to be considered, valid proof of disability must be submitted to CAFE. Please email your proof of disability to [email protected], and state your full name and the relevant host city in the subject line of your email.

To apply to become a CAFE Accessibility Monitor at UEFA EURO 2020, please complete the below form. If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact CAFE Fan Liaison and Access Officer Amy Wilson by email to [email protected], or call +44 (0)7960 579 305.

Please feel free to complete the application in your own native language.

Please note that all fields marked with a * are required.