The FA Disability Cup - Deaf Cup Final
St. George's Park
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This is a general admission event, no seating plan is available
The Deaf Cup Final will be played in partnership with the England Deaf Football Association
Location: Sir Alf Ramsey (Indoor 3G) Pitch at St George's Park
Date: Sunday 25th June
Time: 2.40pm kick off
This year, why not enhance your visit to The FA Disability Cup by trying disability football for yourself?Visit our new-for-2023 Experience Area, where we'll have equipment and adaptions to simulate some of the different formats of disability football showcased throughout our finals weekend. It's a great way to add to your experience and get a feel for the ability needed to compete with the elite.
Access to the Experience Area is included as part of your ticket.
Upon arrival at St George's Park, please follow signage to the Spectator Entrance located outside the Futsal Hall, where you will be welcomed by our friendly team of FA Disability Cup staff. You will need to produce a copy of your e-ticket, which will then be exchanged for a wristband that will allow you to gain admittance to your chosen final. If you have tickets to more than one game, then multiple wristbands will be issued to ensure easy entry to all chosen games.
For games taking place on the Sir Alf Ramsey Pitch (Indoor 3G), please be aware some spectator tickets are standing only. Those standing will be positioned on the balcony. Allocation to ground-level seats will be on a first come, first serve basis.
What if the final I want to attend is sold out?
If the final you wish to attend is now sold out, please contact email@example.com to join the email waiting list. Should more tickets become available, a member of our team will be in touch.
Can children attend?
Yes, however all children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult (over 18).
Any individuals participating in the cup final cannot be responsible for children U14, please ensure an additional adult will be responsible for children U14 during the cup final. All groups must have adequate numbers of adult supervisors to support the children in their care. The FA's Guidance regarding adult to child ratios can be found here: https://www.thefa.com/-/media/thefacom-new/files/rules-and-regulations/safeguarding/section-5/21095fasafeguardingratios-of-adults-to-children55hr.ashx
We will endeavour to facilitate accessibility requirements where requested, with a number of wheelchair spaces, audio description headsets and BSL translators available for each final. Any spectators with special requirements should contact firstname.lastname@example.org outlining their request to ensure we can cater for this on the day.
Filming and Photography
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