Disabled fans hoping to attend this season's UEFA Europa League Final in Budapest can now apply for accessibility tickets, via the UEFA Ticketing Portal.

The Final, hosted by Budapest's Puskàs Arena, will take place on 31 May 2023. Juventus or Sevilla, the most successful club in the competition's history, will face either Bayer Leverkusen or reigning UEFA Europa Conference League winners, AS Roma, in the Final.

The sales phase will close at 14.00 CET on Friday 28 April, so we strongly urge interested fans to submit their applications as soon as possible.

Visit the UEFA Ticketing Portal to apply for accessibility tickets for this season's UEFA Europa League Final.

Accessibility tickets are available in two categories – wheelchair user spaces and easy access seats. Both are classed as category 4 tickets, and are available for €40.00. A complimentary companion ticket is automatically added to each order for accessibility tickets.

Proof of eligibility must be provided for accessibility ticket applications. Please see below for more information.

To assist disabled fans in purchasing accessibility tickets from the UEFA Ticketing Portal, CAFE has published a short guide with step-by-step instructions. Download the CAFE UEFA Europa League Final 2023 - Applying for Accessibility Tickets 'How To' Guide.

Applicants will be notified from Tuesday 9 May if their application has been successful. Tickets will delivered via the official UEFA mobile ticket app, which is available to download from the App Store and Google Play Store.

If you have any questions or queries, please refer to the UEFA Frequently Asked Questions page. You can also submit an online enquiry via UEFA's website. Alternatively, you can contact CAFE by email to [email protected] or call us on +44 (0)203 355 9867. Please note, if your enquiry is not in relation to accessibility tickets CAFE may be unable to assist.

Disabled supporters applying for accessibility tickets to UEFA tournaments and Finals are required to upload proof of eligibility as part of their application. This is to ensure that tickets for disabled fans are not abused by non-disabled supporters, or end up in the hands of people who do not need them.

Previously, proof would need to be uploaded every time a disabled fan applied for tickets. Through the new accessibility ticketing procedure, proof will only need to be uploaded once and the applicant will be validated for all UEFA ticket sales.

That proof, if acceptable, will qualify the applicant for to apply for any accessibility tickets they wish until its expiry. At this point, disabled fans will be able to reupload a new proof of eligibility.

Disabled fans can upload their proof of eligibility at any time via the UEFA Ticketing Portal. To support disabled fans in doing so, CAFE has produced a short 'How To' guide which can be downloaded from the CAFE website.

Published 25/4/2023