Stadium name: The Olimpico in Rome

Host city: Rome

Address: Viale dei Gladiatori, 00135 Roma RM, Italy

Download the CAFE Disabled Spectator Guide for the Olimpico in Rome

Covid-19 health and safety measures

If you are travelling to Italy for a UEFA EURO 2020 match from countries within the European Union, Schengen Area and the United Kingdom, you must provide one negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 48 hours before entry into the country.

You will only be exempt from the quarantine requirements in Italy if you provide this test result.

Travel from high-risk countries is currently banned. 

Please visit the Italian Ministry of Health website for the latest information.

All passengers wishing to enter Italy will be required to complete the digital PLF before arriving in the country.

To enter the stadium, all spectators must:

  • Provide a negative Covid-19 test result - test must be taken within 48 hours of each kick-off time. Test results must be shown in Italian or English and can be presented at the stadium in a digital or hard copy format. 
  • There are no specific test centres based at the stadium. Spectators can get tested at any medically certified centre in Italy or abroad.

Italian based residents may alternatively present:

  • Either proof of a COVID-19 vaccination (issued by the Italian health authorities)
  • Or a certificate of a previous infection (issued by the Italian health authorities and not older than six months)

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, all persons attending UEFA EURO 2020 matches in Rome shall be required to comply with health and safety measures in place during their time at the Olimpico in Rome. The policies to be implemented include:

  • Maintain a social distance of 1.5m, wherever possible, while in the stadium
  • Spectators must, at all times, wear a face mask covering their mouth and nose when within the stadium perimeter. UEFA recommends fans to take some spare masks with them
  • Spectators must ensure good hand hygiene by washing and disinfecting their hands whenever possible and make use of sanitiser stations located throughout the stadium
  • Spectators must not occupy any other seat (including wheelchair user space, easy access seat or companion seat) other than the seats allocated as per information on the match ticket
  • Spectators must avoid shaking hands, hugs, high-fives and any close contact with other spectators
  • Cough and sneeze into a tissue or into the crook of your arm, and dispose of any tissues in appropriate bins
  • Wherever possible, spectators must stay seated in their seat, including during half time, and limit their movements to and from their seat. If a spectator does need to leave their seat, they must always follow the signs indicating which direction to go
  • Spectators should eat and drink when at their seat, not in concourse areas
  • Follow all further health and safety instructions given from stewards and matchday official staff
  • Follow all directional signage, one-way and queuing systems in place at the stadium.

Please refer to UEFA’s Supporters Code of Conduct for UEFA EURO 2020 for further information on stadium health and safety regulations. This document is available in English only.

Matches at the stadium

Friday 11 June 2021 - Group A: Turkey vs Italy (21:00, local time)
Wednesday 16 June 2021 - Group A: Italy vs Switzerland (21:00, local time)
Sunday 20 June 2021 - Group A: Italy vs Wales (18:00, local time)
Saturday 3 July 2021 - QF4: Winner 8 vs Winner 7 (21:00, local time)

Getting to Rome

Air: Rome's main airport, Leonardo Da Vinci Airport, also known as Rome–Fiumicino International Airport, is approximately 30km from the city centre and around 40km from the stadium. It is served by international flights from cities across Europe, including Amsterdam, Munich, Paris, Kyiv, Madrid and Istanbul. 

The airport is accessible for disabled passengers with lifts and accessible toilets throughout. Please visit the airport website for further information on the services available at the airport.

To reach the city centre, the Leonardo Expressa non-stop service from the airport to Roma Termini departures every 60 minutes from the airport with a travel time of 32 minutes.

Staff at the airport will be able to direct disabled passengers to the station, and station staff will help with boarding. Assistance can also be pre-booked by calling Sala Blu on +39 02 32 32 32.

Several bus services run from the airport to the city centre. CAFE is unable to confirm if these services are accessible for wheelchair users but may be suitable for other disabled passengers. Further information on the airport bus services is available on the airport's website.

Train: Roma Termini, also known as Stazione Termini, is the main train station in Rome. The station is accessible for disabled passengers with accessible information points and toilets located throughout. 

Assistance with boarding and alighting trains must be pre-booked by contacting the Sala Blu team based at the station via email at [email protected] or by calling +39 02 32 32 32 at least 24 hours in advance of journeys, 48 hours if travelling to or from outside of Italy.

Getting to the stadium

Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket. There are four entrances in use at the stadium. Entrances A, B, C and D. The most suitable entrances for disabled spectators are at A and B.

Public transport:

Around 80% of the buses running in Rome are accessible vehicles with low-level floors. Road closures will come into force around four hours before kick-off and may affect where buses can stop on matchdays.

Around two-thirds of trams on the network are wheelchair accessible vehicles. 

Not all stations and services on Metro line A are accessible for disabled passengers. Nearly all stations and services on Metro line B are accessible. 

Azienda Tramvie e Autobus del Comune di Roma (ATAC) are the municipal transport provider in Rome. Their mobility infoline is available Monday to Friday 08:00 - 18:00 on +06 57 003.

Further information on the accessibility of public transport in Rome can be found on the ATAC website.

The recommended ways for disabled spectators to reach the Olimpico are:

Disabled spectators are advised to take dedicated shuttle buses to the stadium:

Termini Shuttle from outside Roma Termini Station to the Termini Shuttle drop-off point. From here, it is approximately a 500-metre walk to the stadium via a designated route.

Tor di Quinto Park and Ride (pick up point at the Viale Tor di Quinto) to the Tor di Quinto shuttle drop-off point. The stadium is approximately a 700-metre walk from here via a designated route.

Accessible parking and drop-off/pick-up points

Accessible car parking is only available to disabled spectators with a valid matchday ticket and parking pass.

The accessible car parking areas are located at A5 and C3. From these areas, the stadium is easily reachable by designated and signposted walking routes.

UEFA have advised there are taxi drop-off / pick-up points located approximately 800m from the stadium entrances. Spectators are reminded that road closures and travel disruptions may severely increase journey times on matchdays.

Entering the stadium

The accessible entrance points for all general allocation accessibility ticket holders are located at Gates 27, 30, 34, 37, and 40 on the Tevere Tribune side of the stadium.

UEFA will implement a ‘No Tobacco’ policy at UEFA EURO 2020. The rule will apply to all stadium users, including VIPs, in all areas of the stadium.

Only bags measuring up to a maximum of 210 mm x 297 mm x 210 mm can be brought into the stadium after security checks.

Four bag deposit locker areas are located on access routes to the stadium for supporters to leave larger bags prior to undergoing security checks. These lockers are free to use by all spectators if required.

The deposit lockers are highlighted in yellow on the map below.

Security checks will be made at all entrances. Disabled spectators and their companions are advised to have their tickets and valid ID ready for inspection and follow security personnel's guidance.

Medical equipment will be allowed into the stadium. Disabled spectators are advised to bring medical proof of requirement (i.e. prescription, doctors note etc.) with them on matchdays should they be requested to show evidence of use by stadium staff.

Stadium map

Accessible toilets

CAFE understands there is one unisex accessible toilet is provided in Tribune Tevere.

The accessible toilet in the Tribune Tevere is large enough for a wheelchair user and their companion to enter.

The cubicle allows for a left-handed transfer.

The accessible toilet is indicated by signage using the internationally recognised symbol for disability, which is placed at an adequate height, so it is visible in crowded concourses. 

There are no ambulant disabled / easy access cubicles in the stadium.

There are no Changing Places** toilet facilities available in the stadium.

Accessible Services and facilities

There are refreshment concessions located near to the accessible viewing areas. However, there are no low-level counters available or priority lanes available. 

Payment of refreshments and merchandise bought at the stadium is via cash or contactless bank or credit card.

Accessible first aid rooms are located close to accessible viewing areas.

Assistive listening devices (hearing loops) are not provided at the stadium.

In case of emergency, disabled spectators located in general allocation areas can directly exit the stadium onto the podium level.

Disabled spectators located in VIP and hospitality areas who are unable to exit the stadium without the use of lifts should make their way to the lift lobby, where stewards will assist in exiting the venue.

Audio-descriptive commentary (ADC)

Audio-descriptive commentary (ADC) will be available during all matches played at the Olimpico in Rome during UEFA EURO 2020. 

ADC will be provided in two languages - Italian and English

For an audio descriptive commentary in Italian or English, disabled spectators are advised to bring their own personal radio or FM radio compatible mobile device 

(Please note: a number of smart phones, including iPhones and Google Pixel phones, may not currently FM radio compatible).

Additional headsets will be available for any disabled spectators who wish to use the ADC service and may have forgotten to bring their headphones or device with them, or their own device is not working.

The headsets will be available for collection on a first-come, first-served basis from

  • Outside entrance gate B
  • Inside the security perimeter behind entrance gate A
  • Inside the security perimeter behind entrance gates C and D

ADC Frequencies:

88.3 MHz for Italian

87.75 MHz for English

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.

Stadium photos


Last Updated: 16/06/2021

The above information was provided by UEFA and from a CAFE Access Appraisal site visit.

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 feedback form.

Alternative language versions and formats are available upon request.

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