Disabled fans wishing to attend this season's UEFA Super Cup can apply now for accessibility tickets for the match, via UEFA’s online ticketing portal.

The UEFA Super Cup is the annual showpiece match between the winners of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League. This season, Real Madrid will take on Eintracht Frankfurt at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki, Finland, on 10 August.

To apply for accessibility tickets to attend the UEFA Super Cup, please complete the UEFA Super Cup contact form

Accessibility tickets are available in two categories - wheelchair user and easy access. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Easy access tickets are seats located close to accessible amenities for disabled people who have limited mobility requiring minimal stepped access. Other disabled people who may benefit from having an easy access seat include blind and partially sighted people, deaf and hard of hearing people and people attending matches with guide or assistance dogs.

Accessibility tickets are priced at Category 3 meaning tickets will cost €40. A complimentary companion ticket can be requested if needed during the application process.

Applicants may be required to upload proof of disability, to confirm their eligibility for an accessibility ticket. You should provide a valid proof of disability that is commonly and widely accepted in your country of residence. For detailed information on acceptable proof of disability, please see pages 3 to 4 of the CAFE Proof of Disability Guidance Note. Please note, blue badges / accessible parking badges will not be accepted. 

Audio-descriptive commentary (ADC) will be available in English and Finnish at the UEFA Super Cup. CAFE will publish information on how to tune into the service closer to kick off.

Ahead of the tournament, CAFE will also publish a disabled spectators guide, giving further information on accessible services and facilities available at the stadium. This guide will be available to download ahead of the match.

For further information, please visit the UEFA FAQ website section, or complete UEFA's online enquiry form.

Alternatively, you can contact CAFE by email to info@cafefootball.eu or call +44 (0)203 355 9867.

Published 19/7/2022