Stadium name: PGE Narodowy (National Stadium) 

Club: Polish National Football Team

Address: Al. Ks. J. Poniatowskiego 1, 03–901 Warszawa

Club website: 

Disability Access Officer (DAO) details

DAO name: Zuzanna Marszewska 

Phone number: +48222959000

Email: [email protected] 

Disabled Supporters Association (DSA) details

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Getting to the stadium

Train: Warsaw has many modes of public transport, including trains, buses, trams and a metro service. Warsaw Central rail station has connections to most of the major cities in Poland.

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Air: There are two major international airports in Warsaw, serving many European cities - Warsaw Chopin and Warsaw Modlin.

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Accessible parking and drop-off/pick-up points

There are only a few accessible parking spaces at the stadium, and these are only available to wheelchair users.

Permits need to be obtained from the club in advance. The spaces are close to the stadium and are stewarded on match days and live events.


The club does not provide a complimentary ticket for companions. 

For more information on purchasing a ticket, contact the club directly. 

Entering the stadium


Stadium map


Spectator viewing areas

Wheelchair User spaces: 110. 

Spaces are elevated and located on level 0. Sightlines are good, seats are sheltered and there are no obstructed views. 

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Other areas: Blind and partially sighted supporters can sit anywhere in the stadium. 

Accessible concessions

There are accessible refreshment kiosks with low-level counters. There is also an ordering service available on match days.

Accessible toilets

There are accessible toilets located on every level of the stadium around the tribunes.

Toilets have level access, grab rails and sufficient space for a wheelchair user. Toilets are also equipped with low sinks, low mirrors and handles on the toilet and door. There is an emergency cord, but this does not reach the ground. 

Accessible services

There are dedicated volunteers to assist disabled supporters.

Guide dogs are permitted in the stadium. 

There is audio-descriptive commentary available for anyone who brings their own radio to tune into the service. 

Useful publications and policies

For further information, please refer to ‘Access for All’ – the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience. The guide is available to download in multiple languages here.

Stadium photos


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Fans comments

If you have visited this stadium before, CAFE invites you to HAVE YOUR SAY and share your matchday experience. Comments, photos and videos can be uploaded below, and you can upload anonymously if you would prefer.

Your comments are important and will assist other disabled fans planning to visit this stadium. There has also been a number of instances where disabled fans comments have directly led to a stadium or club improving its existing facilities and services.

If you wish to send more detailed feedback, you can download the CAFE matchday evaluation form here.

For further information, please contact CAFE at [email protected].