Real Madrid


Stadium Information


Real Madrid


Santiago Bernabéu


Santiago Bernabeu,

Paseo de la Castellana,




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Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


Madrid Barajas Airport is Spain's biggest airport and the 4th busiest in Europe, with many direct connections.


Madrid is linked by rail to many of Spain's major towns and cities. Madrid Chamartín railway station is relatively close to the Bernabeu. Madrid also has extensive metro and bus networks. Santiago Bernabeu has its own metro station on Line 10, and is also served by bus routes 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147, and 150.


At the stadium, accessible parking is available within 50-100m of the stadium entrance.

Getting a Ticket


For information on how to purchase a match ticket, please contact the club directly.

Spectator Viewing areas


There are a total of 45 spaces for wheelchair users at the stadium. 15 are in an elevated position in the North Stand, and the other 30 are at pitch-level in the South Stand. There is a dedicated entrance in the North Stand that leads wheelchair users directly to the platform, whilst wheelchair users entering the South Stand do so via a service tunnel.


Seats for personal assistants are directly behind the wheelchair user. Seats not taken by personal assistants are reserved for other disabled supporters.





There is one accessible toilet in each of the tribunes at the stadium.



For detailed information on the accessible services available at the stadium, please contact the club directly.

Useful Publications and Policies


For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 13 different languages here.

Accessible seating area

Accessible seating area

More Stadium Photos

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area



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Derek Howarth

Match: Real Madrid v Manchester City

Published: 24/11/2016


The official supporters coach trip dropped all fans off right outside the stadium. Again, there was no signs to direct us to the disabled area, but a Manchester City steward was around to help direct us.


We arrived at the Bernabeu before the stadium entrances were open, it was very busy here as it was also the entrance for home fans, there was a lot of pushing and shoving, so we ended up waiting away from entrance gate until the gates were opened.


The area around stadium was flat and easy to get around in a wheelchair but it was very crowded with other fans.


Once inside the stadium, we were sat with home supporters again, on a raised level, which gave me a very good view of the pitch. The food and drink area and toilets were close by and easy to access. My carer sat behind me, but didn’t have as good a view as the wheelchair users.


Leaving the ground was easy and it was great that the supporters coaches were able to pick us up right outside the stadium.


Overall, we had a good experience at this stadium, even though Manchester City lost and we would definitely visit the Bernabeu again.

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Aubrey Bingham

Match: Real Madrid v Levante

Published: 29/4/2014


Went to see Real Madrid v Levante in a recent La Liga match.

As i was travelling from Northern Ireland, i contacted the Real ticket office but was only able to book the tickets 10 days before the match date (which isnt ideal in terms of making travel, accommodations arrangements), anyway i had to send through a Bank Transfer to secure the tickets (they wouldnt accept a credit/debit card) 2 tickets were 50 euros, 1 for a wheelchair user and 1 for a companion.

We collected the tickets fromt the Bernabeu ticket office on the evening of the match.  Entrance into the stadium was via a gate near to one of the entrances of the attached small shopping mall.

The route from the gate to the seats was down a steep hill and across a walkway but we were directed by stadium staff.


Our viewing point was behind one of the goals, in the front row, close to the corner.  It wasnt an ideal viewing point but it was an unobstructed view.

The atmosphere was pretty good with the Real fans behind the goal closest to us making a lot of noise even though it was an easy victory for Real (3-0)


A word of warning - The Bernabeu metro station is not wheelchair accessible.  Taxi to the City Centre from the stadium was only 12 euros.

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