Accessible parking spaces at London Stadium
Car Park 1A is our dedicated accessible car park, situated on the south Loop Road alongside Bridge 4.
As a designated green stadium, the Club has 49 accessible parking spaces out of a total of 229 at the Stadium (21.4%), including six bays for away supporters. All accessible parking spaces at the Stadium are located as close as possible to main entrances, with safe pedestrian routes provided and stewards at hand to assist in wayfinding.
The London Stadium is far in excess of the recommended six per cent target for recreational venues and events. By comparison, the Boleyn Ground had provision for just 20 disabled spaces across three parking sites.
Two spaces are also available upon request in our dedicated accessible car park for commercial vehicles with hoists (mini-bus).
All home supporter car parking spaces have been allocated on a seasonal basis with a waiting list in operation, and we would recommend using our complimentary Accessible Shuttle Bus Service or drop-off facility as an alternative means for reaching the Stadium. Please click here for more information on our Accessible Shuttle Bus Service, or email our accessibility team on firstname.lastname@example.org for further guidance.
Visiting supporters wishing to book accessible parking on matchday, please contact email@example.com for further advice. All spaces are subject to availability.
Car park matchday opening hours
Car Park 1A will open three hours prior to kick-off and close during the match at the 80th minute in accordance with the safety and traffic management plane which involves closure of the surrounding roads on matchday. This is subject to change at the discretion of the Safety Officer.
These road closures are in place to provide safe walking routes for pedestrians leaving the stadium, and all car parks and surrounding roads will re-open once the Safety Officer confirms it is safe to do so.
Please contact the Accessibility team to enquire about a pick-up/drop-off facility at the stadium on matchday. You can do this by calling 0333 030 0174, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.