News and fans' stories Latest news UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 accessibility tickets on sale now Disabled supporters wishing to attend UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 can now apply for accessibility tickets for all matches, via UEFA’s online ticketing portal. UEFA Women’s EURO 2020 is being held across nine different venues in England from 6 – 31 July 2022: Brighton & Hove, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Rotherham, Sheffield, Southampton, Trafford and Wigan & Leigh. The tournament will kick off with the hosts England facing Austria at the home of Manchester United, Old Trafford Stadium on Wednesday 6 July. A total of 31 matches will be played, culminating in the Final at London’s Wembley Stadium on 31 July. To apply for accessibility tickets to attend any of the matches, please visit the UEFA ticketing portal. Applicants will have until 19:00 CET on Tuesday 16 November to submit their application for tickets. 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. Accessibility tickets are priced at Category 3 meaning tickets will cost between £10.00 and £15.00 depending on the match and venue. A complimentary companion ticket can be requested if needed during the application process. 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. Valid proof of disability will be required to purchase accessibility tickets for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 tournament. This will need to be uploaded when applying. 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 usually considered as valid proof of disability. Download the CAFE proof of disability guidance document for further information on acceptable proofs for UEFA club competitions and tournaments CAFE has published a "How to" Guide for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 Accessibility tickets to help applicants through the ticketing process. 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. 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.