- magyarul (Hungarian)

Disabled fans wishing to attend this season’s UEFA Super Cup in Budapest can now apply for accessibility tickets via UEFA’s online ticketing portal.

This season's UEFA Super Cup will take place at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest on Thursday 24 September, with UEFA Champions League winners Bayern Munich facing UEFA Europa League winners Sevilla.

A limited number of fans will be able to attend the match, with health and safety measures in place at the stadium. These measures include supporters maintaining a social distance of at least 1.5 metres wherever possible, wearing of a face mask within the stadium perimeter and temperature checks prior to entering the stadium.

Some disabled people and people with long-term health conditions are exempt from wearing face masks and should not be asked to wear coverings in order to gain admittance to the stadium. Find out more about the health and safety measures that fans will be expected to comply with.

For fans travelling to Hungary for the purpose of attending the UEFA Super Cup, the following rules apply:

  • They may undergo an obligatory medical examination;
  • They will be required to present their official match ticket;
  • They will be required to present a negative SARS-CoV19 PCR test (a Hungarian or English language document, containing the results of the molecular biological test);
  • The test must have been performed within 3 days preceding their entry into Hungary;
  • They shall be obliged to leave the territory of Hungary within 72 hours after entry.

To reduce physical contact between supporters and stewards, all tickets (including accessibility tickets) will be issued via the secure, official UEFA mobile ticketing app.

Applicants can apply for up to two tickets, and each applicant is required to provide their own personal details on the ticket portal to aid track and trace measures.

Disabled fans who wish to apply for tickets to the UEFA Super Cup can do so via UEFA’s ticketing portal.

Accessibility tickets are available in two categories – wheelchair user and easy access tickets. They are classed as category 3 tickets, and are priced at €30 each. Applicants are able to apply for a complimentary companion ticket, if required.

The ticketing portal will remain open until 1800CET on Wednesday 9 September, and applicants will receive an email by 11 September informing them whether their application has been successful.

Applicants for all accessibility tickets are subject are required to submit valid proof of disability to support their application. Applicants should provide proof of disability that is widely accepted in their country of residence.

Download the CAFE Proof of Disability Guidance to find out more about acceptable proofs.

Please note that parking permits will not be considered to be sufficient proof of disability.

Audio-descriptive commentary will be available at the UEFA Super Cup in Hungarian only. Listeners are asked to bring their own personal radios or FM radio-compatible smartphones and devices to tune into the service.

When applying for accessibility tickets, a limited number of permits for accessible parking at the stadium will also be available.

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 and UEFA will provide further information once the ticket sales phase has closed.

CAFE will shortly be publishing a UEFA Super Cup Disabled Spectator's Guide via our website and social media channels.

Additional information and support is available via the UEFA website.

Alternatively, you can contact UEFA ticketing, or contact CAFE by emailing [email protected] or calling +44 (0)208 065 5108.

Published 7/9/2020