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Trafford Accessibility

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Trafford offers accessible public transport options to, from and across Greater Manchester. Disabled-friendly services will be in operation during UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 matchdays.

Read more about accessible travel to Manchester, and across the wider city region, in our Manchester guide:

Manchester accessibility guide

Matchday experience for disabled fans

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Two types of accessibility match tickets are available for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 at each stadium: wheelchair tickets and easy access tickets (subject to availability). A complimentary ticket for a companion/personal assistant can also be requested when purchasing accessibility tickets.

Please visit the Women’s EURO ticketing pages for more information.

Disabled car parking

Accessible car parking will be available at the stadium for wheelchair and easy access ticket holders. Details will be available soon.

Stadium access for disabled fans

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

A full guide on stadium accessibility, including accessible entrances, and services will be available on this page closer to the tournament, so don’t forget to check back soon. Even if you have been to Old Trafford before, please keep in mind that things may work slightly differently this summer than on usual matchdays at the venue.

Top tip

If you need to bring something for medical reasons that’s not permitted according to the stadium rules, you will be able to apply for an exemption. We will provide you with all the guidance you’ll need closer to the tournament and let you know about the application process and timelines.