Disabled access to the Olympiastadion Berlin

Non-event days
On non-event days, the Olympischer Platz is available as a free parking lot around the clock. From there it is only a few meters to our Visitor Centre.

Visitors driving to the stadium are asked to use the parking lot PO5 or PO4, which offer wheelchair accessible parking. The exact number of parking spots may vary for each event. On non-event days, the Olympischer Platz may be used as a parking lot at no charge. Please also check with the information given on our website in the particular event. In case we receive any information that is only valid for a certain event, we will publish it there.

Hertha BSC match days and other major events
On Hertha BSC match days and other major events, there are barrier-free parking spaces in the parking lots PO5 and in part PO4. Please note that parking spaces are subject to charges. The respective event organizer will provide precise information about the number and availability upon request.

You can take both the underground line U2 to U Olympia-Stadion or the S-Bahn (S3 and S9) to S Olympiastadion. At the S-Bahn stop, an elevator is only located at the exit marked ‘Flatowallee’.

The underground station U Olympia-Stadion is fully accessible by wheelchair.

Both the S-Bahn station and the underground stop will guide you to the stadium’s main entrances at the East and South Gates. Please note that on non-event days, only the main entrance at the East Gate is open to the public.

Access to the stadium grounds
The grounds of the Olympiastadion Berlin can be accessed by all visitors via the entrances at both the east gate and the south gate. In principle, the entrances can be freely chosen. The concept for looking after wheelchair users can vary from organizer to organizer. If we have separate information about this, we will make it publicly available on our website in the information for the respective event.

On the stadium grounds
The entrances to the lower corridor at blocks C/D, G/H, J/K, N, Q/R and S/T are barrier-free. From there, the places designated for wheelchair users and the regular seats can be easily reached. All wheelchair spaces are located in the inner corridor in the east curve (block Q, R, S, T), in the marathon gate area (block G, H, J, K), on the opposing stand in block N and in the honorary stand.

Stadium seats are provided for accompanying persons directly between and next to all wheelchair spaces, the position of which can be flexibly changed using a rail system.

There are also a sufficient number of kiosks and disabled-accessible toilets in the lower ring. Our VIP areas are also barrier-free.

Attached, you’ll find a site plan for the lower level. All reserved places for wheelchair users, the corresponding points of acces and barrier-free toilets are marked.


We offer the stadium experience for everyone – with or without a handicap.
Access for people in a wheelchair is via the Osttor (east gate).

People in wheelchairs are very welcome to guided tours and visits in the Olympiastadion Berlin. The five-star stadium is generally barrier-free and accessible to people with restricted mobility. Unrestricted mobility is not always possible within the blocks, as the upper ring, for example, can only be reached by stairs.

Guided Tours
If you book a tour as a wheelchair user, we ask you to inform us in advance. The non-public areas can be reached via elevators, which we will be happy to unlock for you. However, the elevators are not available during concert setup and dismantling. For this reason, it is important for us to register participants in wheelchairs in advance.

Accompanying persons of severely disabled persons (with feature B in the severely disabled person’s pass) have free entry, but must still book a ticket “Visit – accompanying person for people with disabilities”.

Unfortunately, the exclusive technology tour, the technology tour and the light experience tour are not suitable for people in wheelchairs.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us: tour@olympiastadion.berlin or by phone +49 (0)30/ 306 88 888.

In the site plan you will find an overview of all wheelchair spaces and the corresponding entrances. The entrances at heights K.4, Q.1 and T.4 are open during regular opening hours.