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The Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw will be used for five matches during UEFA EURO 2012, including the opening match on 8th June 2012 between Poland and Greece.
The arena has 173 accessible parking spaces across two car parks, and passes will be sent with match tickets to those who require an accessible space.
There are two entrances for wheelchair users to enter the stadium - gates 7 and 11. Concessions within the stadium are accessible, and there are 12 accessible toilets at a good ratio around the stadium.
Inside, there are 104 spaces for wheelchair users and accompanying personal assistants. Additionally, 60 seats are available for fans who are deaf or hard of hearing, and another 60 for blind and partially sighted supporters.
Two golf buggies, similar to in the picture above, will be available to help disabled supporters to reach the stadium level. Drivers and trained volunteers will be on hand to assist however they can.