CAFE has published an access information guide for disabled fans attending this year’s UEFA Women’s Champions League Final in Budapest.

The Final will see last season’s winners Lyon face first time finalists Barcelona. The match will take place at the Ferencváros Stadium, home of Hungary’s most successful team, Ferencváros TC, on Saturday 18 May 2019. Kick-off is at 18:00 CET.

CAFE’s Disabled Spectators Guide provides detailed information for disabled supporters on how to reach the stadium and on the accessible facilities, services and amenities available within the stadium. The guide also provides details on accessible public transport in Budapest.

To download the CAFE Disabled Spectators Guide to the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, please click here.

The Disabled Spectators Guide is also available to download in French, Hungarian and Spanish.

Alternative formats of the guide are available upon request.

The guide also includes information on audio-descriptive commentary (ADC) which will be provided two languages (English and Hungarian) during the match.

Audio-descriptive commentary is a dedicated service that enables partially sighted and blind spectators to enjoy an inclusive matchday experience alongside their fellow fans. For the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, fans inside the stadium can tune into the audio-descriptive commentary using their own personal radios and compatible mobile devices, using the following FM radio frequencies:

-          English:                   95.3 Mhz

-          Hungarian:             100.3 Mhz

If you are attending this season’s UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, please remember to HAVE YOUR SAY on your matchday experience. You can leave your feedback and photographs by visiting the Ferencvaros Stadium page on the CAFE website, or alternatively you can complete our online CAFE Matchday Evaluation Feedback Questionnaire here.

Please share any photographs of your matchday experience by tagging CAFE’s Instagram page at or by emailing our Fan Liaison Officer, Amy Wilson on [email protected].

For further information, or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact CAFE by email to [email protected] or by telephoning +44 (0) 208 065 5108.

Published 09/05/2019