What types of seats are available for spectators with special accessibility needs?

Paris 2024 is committed to meeting all accessibility needs.

Two types of accessible seats are available for spectators with specific accessibility needs:

1 - Wheelchair Spaces (WCS):

These tickets are intended for individuals using a wheelchair.

WCS are available for all sessions and sports offered during this sale period, subject to availability.

The WCS seats offered on the platform will be in the lower-priced categories, regardless of the venue's configuration. The allocated seat will correspond to a category equal to or higher than the selected seat category.

2 - Easy Access Seats (EAS):

These tickets are for individuals with disabilities and reduced mobility who do not use a wheelchair but require an accessible seat, typically involving minimal steps and proximity to accessible facilities.

Accessible seats (EAS) will be available in various categories for all sessions and sports, configured as seated positions and according to the corresponding category's tariff, subjected to availability.

The available categories of accessible seats (EAS) will be displayed on the official ticketing platform at the time of purchase.

Individuals with disabilities can, of course, be accompanied and may purchase a ticket for an accompanying person.

Paris 2024 is committed to meeting all accessibility needs.

For any ticketing-related questions, please visit the Paris 2024 help centre:



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