FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™

7 June - 7 July

Special Access Ticket

Special Access Tickets (SATs) are a dedicated allocation of tickets for purchase for disabled people and people with limited mobility. There are three types of SATs:

• Wheelchair user places and
These tickets are only for users of wheelchairs and mobility scooters designed for transportation of disabled people and people with limited mobility.

• Easy-Access Amenity Seats
These tickets are for people with limited mobility who do not use wheelchairs but are unable to bend their knees or need more room to access their seats using a walking aid or crutches.
Amenity seats also provide extra space for disabled people with assistance dogs. Whenever possible, these seats have minimal step-access
.

• Standard Easy-access Seats
These tickets are for people with limited mobility who do not need a wheelchair user place but require seating with minimal step-access (2-3 steps) that is close to accessible amenities (e.g. accessible toilets)

Proof of Eligibility is required at point of request. Please be courteous to the other fans, and only apply for SATs if you truly require them. They are limited in number due to Stadium configuration.

Certain services are reserved only for disabled people and people with limited mobility who hold Special Access Tickets. It is recommended that all disabled people and people with limited mobility apply for Special Access Tickets to ensure that they can fully enjoy the tournament alongside their fellow spectators.

In order to apply for Special Access Tickets please click here to access the request form. Upon sending your request form, you will be informed if Special Access Tickets are still available and if your Proof of Eligibility has been validated or if additional information is needed. Once your request has been validated, you will be able to apply for tickets.

Ahead of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, FIFA and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) have developed a Disabled Spectators Guide for disabled fans attending the tournament. The Disabled Spectators Guide includes important advanced information for travelling disabled fans on how to reach each host stadium, as well as information on the accessible facilities and services available on matchdays.

To download the Disabled Spectators Guide in English, please click here. A French version of the guide is also available to download here.

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