UEFA EURO 2020 second ticket sales phases opens

Disabled fans have another opportunity to purchase UEFA EURO 2020 match tickets, as the second ticket sales phase opens today at 14:00 CET (Wednesday 4 December).

For the first time in the competition’s 60-year history, UEFA EURO 2020 is being held across twelve different countries across Europe.

Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and St Petersburg have all been selected as host venues, with the tournament kicking off in Rome on 12 June 2020 as Italy take on Turkey.

A total of 51 matches will be played, culminating in the Final at London’s Wembley Stadium on 12 July.

To apply for accessibility tickets to attend any of the matches, please visit https://euro2020.com/tickets.

Applicants will have until 14:00 CET on Wednesday 18 December 2019 to register for tickets.

CAFE has published a "How to" Guide for UEFA EURO 2020 Accessibility tickets to help applicants through the ticketing process, available to download here (other language versions to follow). The guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to request Accessibility tickets using the UEFA Ticket Portal, and aims to answer any questions applicants may have along the way.

Accessibility tickets are available in two categories – wheelchair user spaces and easy access seats. A complimentary companion ticket can also be applied for, where required, for wheelchair user and easy access ticket holders.

Audio-descriptive commentary (ADC) will be provided at every UEFA EURO 2020 match in both English and the local language(s). While some partially sighted and blind fans may prefer to sit in easy access areas, ADC will be available across the whole of the stadium bowl, with fans able to tune in from any seat using their own portable radio or mobile phone.

There are different prices categories per venue and per tournament stage, and accessibility tickets are priced at category 3 rates.

Further information on UEFA EURO 2020 ticket pricing can be found at https://support.tickets-euro2020.uefa.com.

Applicants for accessibility tickets are required to submit official proof of disability in support of their application. Applicants should provide a valid proof of disability that is commonly and widely accepted in their country of residence. Please note, blue badge-style parking permits are not considered as valid proof of disability.

Further information on the types of accepted documents can be found in the "How to" Guide for UEFA EURO 2020 Accessibility tickets.

A limited number of accessible parking permits will also be available for each match. Applicants can register their interest in receiving a parking permit when applying for accessibility tickets. Further information on the allocation process for parking permits will follow from UEFA ahead of the tournament.

Successful accessibility ticket applicants will be notified by the end of January 2020 at the latest. Applicants are urged to check their emails regularly as successful applicants will only have a limited time to make payment for tickets allocated to them.

For further information on applying for accessibility tickets and the ticketing process, please visit https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro-2020/ticketing/.

In the lead up to the tournament, detailed information on host cities, accessible routes to each stadium and on further accessible services and facilities at each venue will be published on the UEFA EURO 2020 App and on CAFE’s website: www.cafefootball.eu

If you have any further questions about accessibility tickets for UEFA EURO 2020, please contact UEFA Ticketing by visiting https://support.tickets-euro2020.uefa.com/hc/en-us/requests/new, or you can contact CAFE by emailing [email protected] or calling on +44 (0) 208 065 5108.

Published 04/12/19