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Accessibility

Our aim is to make UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 fully accessible to everyone, creating an inclusive environment for all football fans.

🚍 Accessible matchday travel

⚠️ Travel alert – No trains due to national rail strike on 27 July

There is a national rail strike on the day of semi-final in Milton Keynes, so travelling to the match by train will not be possible. If you are a disabled fan and you were planning to take the train, please check the alternative accessible options below. ⬇️

Please plan your journey carefully with plenty of time to spare so that you can enjoy the footie to the max without having to worry about getting to the stadium in time.

Gates for this match will exceptionally open at 17:30, and with the Station Square Fan Party in full swing as of 12:00, there are plenty of reasons to make your way to Milton Keynes early!

🚗 By car (accessible parking)

Accessible parking is available at Stadium MK and in the city centre.

1️⃣ Stadium MK accessible parking

Additional accessible parking spaces at the stadium are available for the semi-final on 27 July and must be pre-booked. They are located around the outside of Stadium MK and the route from the car park to the gates is accessible for wheelchair users.

Pre-booking is essential, so make sure you book your accessible parking ticket here.

A valid blue badge will be required for the booking. On matchday, you will need to show the valid blue badge used on booking and your match ticket. Failure to comply will result in entry not being permitted.

2️⃣ City Centre accessible parking

Accessible parking is available in the city centre, just outside of Milton Keynes Central, and right next to the Station Square Fan Party.

From here, simply get on the complimentary accessible shuttle bus service. See below for details.

City centre parking

💰 Rates: Between 50p and £2 per hour
💳 Payment: By mobile, credit or debit cards using the RingGo app
👉 Pre-booking: Optional (possible via the RingGo app)

🚌 By accessible shuttle bus

There will be a complimentary accessible shuttle bus service running alongside the tournament shuttle service between MK Central Station and Stadium MK for fans with accessibility tickets. The journey will take approximately 15 minutes. All you need to do is show your Easy Access or Wheelchair ticket on the UEFA Mobile Ticket app to board the bus.

This shuttle is free and is the best way to get to the stadium from central Milton Keynes so take advantage. The bus will pick up from the accessible taxi area outside MK Central Station so if you’re coming from the Fan Party, simply follow the marked signs.

Before the match

📍 Pick-up: Milton Keynes Central (taxi area)
📍 Drop-off: Stadium MK (close to gate 4)
🎫 Access: free, simply show your Easy Access or Wheelchair ticket
🕕 Journey time: 15 minutes

Schedule – Wednesday, 27 July:

  • Frequent departures from 17:15 – 19:30

Return after the match

After the match, the accessible shuttle will be running for around 90 minutes after final whistle and drop off outside Milton Keynes Central.

📍 Pick-up: MK Stadium (close to gate 4)
📍 Drop-off: Milton Keynes Central
🎫 Access: free, simply show your Easy Access or Wheelchair ticket
🕕 Journey time: 15 minutes

Schedule – Wednesday, 27 July:

  • Frequent departures until 90 minutes after final whistle

🚕 By taxi

There is limited access for taxis at the stadium, so we highly recommend using the accessible shuttle bus for the fastest and most direct route.

 

 
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🏟️ Stadium accessibility

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Even if you have been to Stadium MK before, please keep in mind that things may work slightly differently this summer than on usual matchdays at the venue.

All accessible seating in the stadium is located on concourse level and has an adjoining accompanying seat. Seating is also covered in case of rain and there is easy access to accessible toilets, concessions kiosks, and better still – unobstructed views of the pitch.

Audio-descriptive commentary

Get ready for a new type of audio-descriptive commentary. This tailored service is designed for blind and partially sighted fans to enhance their experience and thereby helps to increase inclusivity for football supporters. For the first time at a UEFA event, you will be able to tune into audio-descriptive commentary using your mobile phone, rather than collecting a device to connect via FM radio signal.

Even better - previously only fans in the stadium were able to access the commentary, but this time you can follow the action on the pitch from anywhere in the world.

Top tip

⚠️ Keep in mind that no ADC audio devices will be provided by the stadium for UEFA Women’s EURO. Please bring your mobile phone to use the service as outlined below.

There are two ways to access the service:

Option 1 

1. Download the “Raydio – Audio Inclusion” app here.

2. On matchday, bring your mobile phone and headphones. Connect to the stadium media Wi-Fi.

3. Please note, not all stadiums provide full Wi-Fi coverage. For login details please speak to a steward or volunteer at your entrance.

Option 2

You can connect using your phone’s mobile data. Simply follow the link to the website from your phone and start listening! You may experience some minor delays with this option.

Guidance at the stadium

Our friendly Volkswagen Way Finders will be around Stadium MK on matchdays, so if you need any assistance with finding your entrance or have any questions, they will point you in the right direction!

Medical exemptions

If you need to bring something for medical reasons that’s not permitted according to the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 stadium rules, you can apply for an exemption by contacting weuros@stadiummk.com.

 

🥳 Fan Party accessibility

Join in on the matchday celebrations at the Fan Party in Station Square!

You can walk step-free from MK Central or the city centre car parks by simply following the marked signs. Entrances and security checkpoints at the Fan Party will also be step-free and accessible toilets will be in place. There will be ramp access to the lawns hosting the stage and the relaxation areas so you can enjoy all areas of the Fan Party stress-free.

A quiet picnic lawn will also be in place to view the heritage exhibition and enjoy some food and drinks.

🙋 Frequently asked questions

Is there a changing places facility at the stadium?

There is a changing places facility on the stadium concourse by Gate 5. It has enough space for up to three people and facilities include an adjustable shower head, handrails and a flip-down seat.

Does the stadium have lifts?

Yes. Floors which are accessible by lift are LG, G, 1, 2, 3, 4.

Stadium MK is also accessible via lifts from street level including all areas of DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes, Marshall Arena, and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, as well as the lower and upper concourses of the stadium interior.

Are all entrances fully accessible?

The main concourse around Stadium MK can be accessed step-free from Gates 1-5, with lifts available at Gates 6-8.

Are concessions stands adapted for disabled users?

All catering kiosks on the upper and lower concourses have wheelchair friendly drop-counters. There will also be priority lanes for disabled fans at concession stands close to accessible seating.

Where are the accessible toilets located in the stadium?

Accessible toilets are close to wheelchair spaces and signage is clearly marked near all toilet doors. Here are the accessible toilet locations:

• East Stand Concourse - Located along the East Stand
• South Stand Concourse - Located along the South Stand
• West Stand Concourse - Located along the West Stand Concourse opposite aisle 26
• Executive - Located to the right of the restaurant

Can I bring my guide dog into the stadium with me?

Yes, assistance dogs can be brought into the stadium.