The Ageas Bowl welcomes everyone and is committed to ensuring the stadium is open and welcoming to all supporters. Should you have any concerns about your visit or specific request to make your visit more comfortable, please contact our team at email@example.com.
Buying International Tickets
You can purchase Accessible Tickets for International Matches through our Ticket Ballot. Please complete the relevant section of the form to request wheelchair accessible, level entry or front row seats. All tickets will be allocated together, for wheelchair users guest seats will be positioned in the row in front of the Wheelchair Accessible Area.
Enter Ballot: www.ageasbowl.com/ballot
Buying Domestic Tickets
To purchase domestic tickets please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A member of our team will provide you with a private link to purchase tickets and request companion seats and register your details to receive future information about accessible tickets.
Parking & Access
The Ageas Bowl provides blue badge parking and accessible bus services from local transport hubs. To purchase blue badge parking please visit www.ageasbowl.com/cricket
There are clearly marked accessible gates at all entrances, these entrances allow access to the Ageas Bowl’s famous berm, which provides a level surface around the entire ground.
Accessible lifts provide access to hospitality suites and the Roof Terrace and are positioned in the lobbies of the main stands, pavilion and hotel. Some areas of the ground, including pitch level require the navigation via a short flight of stairs.
There are Accessible Toilets located around the ground, at both ends of the Shane Warne and Ingleby-Mackenzie Stands, in the pavilion and at the Hilton End. For some matches these toilets are controlled by radar key, if you have forgotten or do not have access to a radar key please ask an Information Steward.
Assistance Dogs are welcome at the ground.
Wheelchair Accessible Areas
The Ageas Bowl has a number of Wheelchair Accessible Areas available to be booked for international matches or used on an unallocated basis for domestic games. These areas will be supported by a dedicated Matchday Steward and provide space for an essential companion to sit alongside. It should be noted that the vast majority of seats at The Ageas Bowl are not covered.
Our aim is to make our website as accessible as possible to the widest range of visitors and customers. At the centre of everything we do is the act of communication so communicating as effectively as possible is paramount for us.
This means considering the specific needs of those with visual or physical impairments, learning difficulties and other forms of disability. In addition it means having an understanding of different browser technologies. Our site has been produced to meet current best practices and guidelines.
The benefits of this approach:
All web sites that are owned by UK businesses need to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act – The DDA. The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 – was introduced with the intention of comprehensively tackling the discrimination which many disabled people face. The part of the DDA that states web sites must be made accessible came into force on 1 October 1999 and the Code of Practice for this section of the Act was published on 27 May 2002.