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Disabled Access

Twickenham Stadium is committed to providing individual customer attention to reflect the differing needs of all disabled visitors.

The RFU is continually striving to maintain and improve its services and facilities, fully endorsing the principles outlined in the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA), concerning access and other stadium facilities: rugby stores, museum, conferencing and hospitality.

Further information on tickets for disabled visitors – covering international, non-international and parking facilities – is available in the Disabled Ticketing section on RFU.com.

Twickenham Stadium provides 336 wheelchair bays of which 64 are located in 3 covered wheelchair terraces and all are managed by match day stewards. 272 bays can also be used for those who require non-wheelchair disabled access and in total, 7000 stadium seats are suitable for non-wheelchair easy access, in the lower tiers of the stadium.

To find out more about what Twickenham Stadium can offer you, please visit the What Facilities Do We Offer page.