Disabled fans wishing to attend this year's UEFA Super Cup can now apply to purchase their tickets through the online UEFA ticket sales portal.

The UEFA Super Cup is an annual fixture between the winners of the previous season's UEFA Champions League and Europa League. This year, Belfast's Windsor Park stadium will play host as Chelsea take on Villarreal.

The UEFA Super Cup will kick off at 2100 CET (2000 BST, local time) on Wednesday 11 August.

Visit the UEFA ticket sales portal to apply for tickets today. The portal will remain open until 1600 CET on 2 August.

Accessibility tickets will cost €40 each, and disabled fans can request a complimentary companion ticket at the time of applying. Supporters will find out by Wednesday 4 August if their ticket application has been successful.

There will also be an option to request a complimentary accessible parking pass when applying, subject to availability. If demand exceeds availability for parking passes, a ballot will take place to allocate spaces.

Accessibility tickets are available in two categories - wheelchair user and easy access.

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.

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

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

Valid proof of disability will be required to purchase accessibility tickets for the UEFA Super Cup. This will need to be uploaded electronically when applying. Download the CAFE proof of disability guidance document for further information on acceptable proofs.

To support disabled fans in applying for accessibility tickets, CAFE has published a short 'how-to' guide giving step-by-step instructions on how to complete the online application.

All ticket holders must show proof of a negative PCR or lateral flow Covid test to gain entry into the stadium, in line with the applicable local legislation. Kiosks inside the ground on the concourse areas will not be selling food and drinks.

For further information, please visit the UEFA FAQ website section, or complete UEFA's online enquiry form. Alternatively, you can contact CAFE's Fan Liaison Officer, Amy Wilson, by email to [email protected] or call +44 (0)203 355 9867.

Published 30/7/2021