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Stadium Information


Twickenham Stadium


Rugby Football Union
Rugby House
Twickenham Stadium
200 Whitton Road

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Stephanie Lett

Telephone no.

0871 222 2120

E-mail address

Disabled Supporters Association




Website address



Accessibility Information

For UK minimum access standards for new and existing stadia and for good practice guidance please click here.


Getting There & Parking


National Rail have published links to the nearest stations to sporting venues including Twickenham Stadium see here for more information.


Level Playing Field have not verified the information given and we suggest that you contact the station direct if you have any access requirements.

Getting a Ticket


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

Spectator Viewing areas


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.

Accessible amenities


We have hearing loops seats with audio commentary facilities. Assistance dogs need a ticket but it is complementary. All wheelchair/easy access tickets are entitled to a free companion ticket if required.


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

Accessible services & information


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Steven Powell

Match: Barbarians v Argentina, Saturday 21/11/15

Published: 1/12/2015


Deeply, deeply disappointing. The "wheelchair spaces" are slightly below the level of the pitch. The "wheelchair spaces" consist of yellow lines painted on the floor. No seats have been removed which means a) companions/enablers are seated slightly to the rear of the wheelchair user they're accompanying, making conversation difficult and b) the companions/enablers would be unacceptably squashed in the event of all sell-out crowd.


The view is horrible and obstructed by LED advertising boards (the near touch-line is completely obscured), the assistant referee, water carriers/physios and a three-person camera crew. The "crown" of the pitch means that the far touchline is obstructed too. The gate stewards are inattentive and more interested in chatting with each other than opening the gate for access and egress. No attention has been paid to wheelchair users at the various refreshment points.


The whole experience was deeply, deeply disappointing. The RFU should hang its head in shame.

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