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Voor meer informatie raadpleegt u ‘Iedereen kan erbij’ de gids van UEFA en CAFE met goede praktijken om een stadion en de belevenis van een wedstrijddag toegankelijk te maken, die hier in 13 verschillende talen beschikbaar is.

OPMERKINGEN VAN FANS - LAAT UW STEM HOREN!

 

Heeft u onlangs dit stadion bezocht? Zo ja, deel dan uw ervaringen gedurende de wedstrijddag door uw opmerkingen in de sectie hieronder te plaatsen.

 

Vertel ons over uw ervaringen gedurende de wedstrijddag - wat beviel u wel en wat niet, of wat zou kunnen worden verbeterd.

 

Gelieve foto's of documenten te uploaden die uw ervaringen gedurende de wedstrijddag illustreren.

 

Uw opmerkingen zijn belangrijk en helpen andere gehandicapte fans om hun bezoek aan dit stadion voor te bereiden. Ook kunnen ze het stadion of de club helpen in het verbeteren van de bestaande faciliteiten en diensten. Als u hier de voorkeur aan geeft, dan kunt u ook uw reacties anoniem plaatsen.

 

Let op - om ervoor te zorgen dat er geen vervelende opmerkingen worden geplaatst, worden opmerkingen voordat ze worden gepubliceerd op deze website eerst door CAFE beoordeeld.

 

Als u hulp nodig heeft bij het gebruik van deze sectie, neem dan contact met ons op via email: info@cafefootball.eu, stuur ons een tweet@cafefootball, bel ons op +44(0)20 8621 2405 of Skype ons via cafe-football. Wij helpen u graag.

 

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Anthony Joy

Wedstrijd: Red Star Belgrade v Arsenal, Europa League, 19/10/17

Gepubliceerd: 27/10/2018

 

View from the Red Star Belgrade platform

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Anthony Joy

Wedstrijd: Red Star Belgrade v Arsenal, Europa League, 19/10/17

Gepubliceerd: 27/10/2018

 

View from the Red Star Belgrade platform

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Anthony Joy

Wedstrijd: Red Star Belgrade v Arsenal, Europa League, 19/10/17

Gepubliceerd: 27/10/2018

 

Match: Red Star Belgrade v Arsenal, Europa League Group Stage, 19/10/17

 

Arsenal's third matchday of the Europa League group stage threw up a visit to Serbia, to play Red Star Belgrade.   A few years previous, I had travelled to Belgrade to see Arsenal play their rivals, Partizan Belgrade.  Having enjoyed our time then, I quickly booked up for the trip, however the difficulty that some of our supporters had faced in the city, I was the only disabled supporter to travel for this match.

 

Getting There & Parking

The Rajko Mitić Stadium serves as one of the national stadiums to the Serbian national team, and as such the bowl has had new seats fitted throughout.  It is about a 15 minute drive from the city centre due to heavy traffic.   During our time in the city we opted for taxis as the metro, and many buses are not accessible.  We didn’t find any wheelchair accessible taxis, instead using regular cabs with my friends placing my wheelchair in the boot.

 

During the morning of the game we had to visit the stadium at 1000hrs to collect my tickets, which had proven too difficult to send to London with those for the Arsenal fans. We took a cab to the ground, and waited around for nearly an hour to find the correct person in the Red Star club offices who had the ticket.

 

Arsenal officials arrived and asked how I was planning on getting to the ground at match-time.  Arsenal had laid on coaches for fans from a meeting point to the stadium.  We had planned on getting a taxi but Arsenal asked me to arrive at the meeting point and they would sort something out.   Along with my friends, I did as asked, and amongst the many coaches taking the Arsenal fans was an ambulance with a tail lift all set up for me.   It certainly was a novelty travelling to the game with sirens blaring, and one of my friends stretched out on a gurney.

 

Arriving at the stadium, we had to cross over a 500yrds strip of land to reach the away end.  It was pitch black but you could make out the holes and rocks ahead.  A group of Arsenal fans lit the way for me via their mobile phones, which only served to identify the Police marksmen on the roof above us.  Once over the strip of land, there is a short, steep hill to negotiate but then you reach the same entrance as the main away fans.

 

Getting a Ticket

Our tickets were arranged through Arsenal. The tickets were free, but as explained above I had to collect these on the morning of the game. I had expected to be placed on the running track surrounding the pitch, based on my viewing position at Partizan Belgrade 5 years before.

 

Spectator Viewing Areas

I was informed that Red Star had constructed a new wheelchair position for away fans.  It is true that it is accessed via the away entrance however the platform is actually on the side of the divide within the home section.  I was surrounded by Red Star fans and heavily equipped Police & Stewards.  Our position was at the back of the stand, and although a long way from the pitch the view was amazing. The platform could hold approximately 5 wheelchairs, but there were no companion seats so Id expect them to have to stand.   

 

Being away from my friends, and separated from the Arsenal fans by the dividing fence I kept quiet for the majority of the game, so not to antagonise the Red Star fans who carry a certain reputation.  However when Arsenal scored a winner in the dying moments of the game it was harder to maintain the silence.

 

Amenities

I didn’t find a disabled toilet in the away end, nor was there an accessible refreshment stand.  I could see one in the away end, but that was some distance away and up some steps.  A police officer brought me some water however, as it was a very warm evening.

 

Be aware that you will be kept behind until the stadium and the surrounding streets empty. Not unusual in European games, however the Red Star fans at the other end remained in the stadium for nearly an hour.   It was about 2 hours after the final whistle that we were allowed to leave.  Thankfully we persuaded the Police (via the Arsenal officials) to allow us 10 minutes to cross the dark strip of land, before the majority of Arsenal fans came out. We took the waiting ambulance back to the city centre.

 

 

 

 

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