UEFA Euro 2016: Travelling to the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille
In preparation for the UEFA Euro 2016, in which the Stade Vélodrome will be hosting six matches including the semi-final, the stadium’s capacity was increased to hold 67,344 spectators. In addition, a roof was finally installed making the Stade Vélodrome officially a UEFA Elite Stadium.
Guide to the Stade Vélodrome for Disabled Supporters
The Stade Vélodrome in Marseille is equipped with 500 seats specifically set aside for disabled fans and their accompanying persons. What is special about the Stade Vélodrome is that those with a handicap are welcomed by volunteers and members of the association for disabled supporters, called Handifan Club OM. When the Euros are on, there are tickets in four different categories available with category 4 being the cheapest one. The UEFA has decided that fans with a disability are always entitled to a category 4 ticket.
Useful Information about the UEFA Euro 2016 venue Stade Vélodrome
Cheap Bus Connections to the Stade Vélodrome im Marseille
London ↔ Marseille, Eurolines UK, from £70
Bristol ↔ Paris, megabus, from £28 / Paris ↔ Marseille, megabus, from £1
➠ Overall Price: £29
Euro 2016 Football Matches Played at the Stade Vélodrome
|11 June 2016||20:00||England||v||Russia||Group B||1-1|
|15 June 2016||20:00||France||v||Albania||Group A||2-0|
|18 June 2016||17:00||Iceland||v||Hungary||Group F||1-1|
|21 June 2016||20:00||Ukraine||v||Poland||Group C||0-1|
|30 June 2016||20:00||Poland||v||Portugal||Quarter-final||4-6|
|7 July 2016||20:00||Germany||v||France||Semi-final||0-2|