Disabled fans wishing to attend this season’s UEFA Champions League Final in Istanbul can now apply for accessibility tickets via UEFA’s online ticketing portal.

The Final will take place on Saturday 30 May at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul. The stadium last hosted a UEFA Champions League Final in 2005, when current holders Liverpool came from 3-0 down to beat AC Milan after a penalty shootout.

Applications for accessibility tickets commence from Friday 28 February, and the sales phase will be open until 14:00 CET on Thursday 12 March.

Accessibility tickets are available in two categories – wheelchair user spaces and easy access seats.

Wheelchair user and easy access tickets are classed as category 4 tickets, and cost €70.00 each. A complimentary companion ticket can also be applied for, where required, for both wheelchair user and easy access ticket holders.

All accessibility tickets, will be delivered via the secure UEFA official mobile ticketing application.

Applicants can apply for up to two tickets each, and each applicant is required to provide their own personal details on the ticket portal. Further information on the application process for accessibility tickets can be found by clicking here.

To apply for accessibility tickets for the UEFA Champions League Final 2020, please visit https://championsleague.tickets.uefa.com/lottery/welcome_en.html.

Applicants for all categories of accessibility tickets are required to submit official proof of disability to support their application. Applicants should seek to provide proof of disability that is commonly and widely accepted in their country of residence. 

Please note, blue badge-style parking permits are not usually considered as a valid proof of disability.

Further information on accepted proof of disability for UEFA Club Competition Finals can be found here.

A limited number of accessible parking permits will also be available to accessibility ticket holders.

Applicants can register their interest in receiving an accessible parking permit when applying for match tickets. If demand exceeds supply, applicants will be placed into a ballot. Further information on the allocation of parking permits will follow from UEFA once the ticketing period is closed.

All applicants will receive an email by end of March 2020, informing them whether their application has been successful or not.

For further information on applying for accessibility tickets and the ticketing process, please visit https://support.tickets-uclfinal.uefa.com/hc/en-us/sections/115000625772-ACCESSIBILITY-TICKETS.

If you have any further questions about accessibility tickets for the UEFA Champions League Final, please contact UEFA Ticketing by visiting https://support.tickets-uclfinal.uefa.com/hc/en-us/requests/new.

Alternatively, you can email CAFE at [email protected], or call +44 (0)208 065 5108.

Published 9/3/2020