Disability and child-focused groups wishing to attend UEFA Women's EURO2022 are invited to apply for tickets via UEFA's Group Booking Ticketing Portal.

Group leaders from schools, colleges, Disabled Supporters Associations, disability NGOs and grassroots football teams can group book tickets for a number of group stage matches during the tournament, which kicks off with host country England taking on Austria on Wednesday 6 July at Old Trafford, Manchester.

The following ticket types are available to purchase via a Group Booking:

  • General Admission (Category 3 only)
  • Concession tickets (Under 16)
  • Accessibility tickets (Wheelchair user and easy access tickets)

Easy access tickets are seats located close to accessible amenities for disabled people with 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 Group Booking process.

Group leaders can apply for up to 100 tickets across available ticket categories per match. However, only ten easy access tickets can be requested due to high demand during previous sales phases.

Details of group members attending matches do not need to be provided at this stage, but will be requested ahead of the tournament via the UEFA Mobile Ticket app, when tickets are distributed. Proof of disability may also be sought at this stage.

Tickets can be purchased via the Group Booking Portal using the access code: GROUPBOOKING

The portal is open until 16:00 (CET) on Monday 28, February 2022.

An additional general sales phase, which includes accessibility tickets, for all tournament matches will take place in March and April 2022.

Please visit the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 FAQ website section, or complete UEFA's online enquiry form for further information. Alternatively, you can contact CAFE's Fan Liaison and Access Officer, Amy Wilson, by email at [email protected] or call +44 (0)203 355 9867.

Published 20/01/2022
Re-published 17/02/2022