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Ensuring an accessible UEFA Women's EURO 2022


We share the policies and practices in place that are creating a positive and welcoming atmosphere at this summer’s tournament in England.

 England fans in arrive at the stadium prior to the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 opening match against Austria
England fans in arrive at the stadium prior to the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 opening match against Austria UEFA via Getty Images

UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 promises to be one of the best women’s sports events Europe has ever seen.

With that in mind, we want everyone to enjoy the world-class action, whether on the pitch, in the stands or watching at home.

To ensure everybody can be a part of the party, and to help inspire the next generation of players and fans, UEFA and The Football Association made more than 500,000 tickets available for £25 or less, with tickets to some matches starting from just £5 for concessions and £10 for adults.

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Accessibility and disabled supporters

UEFA and its partner organisation CAFE (Centre for Access to Football in Europe) assessed all stadiums in terms of accessibility in working visits prior to the tournament.

Accessible seats considering different needs have been identified and improved where they did not previously meet with the required standards.

There are almost 3,000 tickets available for supporters using wheelchairs and their companions at the tournament, with more tickets available for fans with mobility issues which do not require a wheelchair.

Dedicated parking is available for disabled and low-mobility spectators at all stadia. In some venues, depending on the stadium configuration, shuttle services or buggies are available for spectators with additional needs.

Specific directional signage, along with the support of a dedicated team of volunteers are in place to ensure that all supporters can easily reach their seats and enjoy the action.

Accessibility at all 10 Women's EURO venues

No smoking

In line with UEFA’s Health and Wellbeing Policy, embedded in its Football Sustainability Strategy 2030, and as part of its commitment to organise Women’s EURO 2022 in a healthy environment for players, officials, organisers and spectators, a No Smoking policy will be in operation at all stadiums.

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Anti-racism policy

UEFA has a zero-tolerance policy towards racism and collaborates with our partner FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) to work towards eradicating racism from the game.

For the first time ahead of a European female football tournament, FARE has performed a match-by-match risk analysis of UEFA Women’s EURO matches, based on a specific set of pre-defined criteria. Based on this assessment, trained anti-discrimination experts familiar with football in each nation will attend matches to identify any potential instances of racism or discrimination. Serious incidents will be reported on site to the UEFA Match Delegate, and evidence will be collected and shared with UEFA’s independent disciplinary bodies for investigation.

Handling racism at UEFA matches