Accessibility Information

Ticketing and Car Parking

Accessible tickets can be purchased through our authorised ticketing agency, Ticketmaster (or other authorised ticketing agent for that event).

To book via Ticketmaster, submit a help request.


For accessible car parking, please pre-book via our website. Upon entry to the car park, please notify car park attendants that an accessible car parking spot is required and staff will be available to assist with appropriate accessible car parking. 

How to book accessibility seating via Ticketmaster

Ticketmaster now offers online purchasing of accessible tickets, using an interactive map.

1. On the interactive map, look for the wheelchair logo on individual blue dots

2. At Marvel Stadium, these dots are in the back rows of select bays/aisles

3. Click on an area to zoom in and see what individual seats are available

4. General Admission accessible seats for AFL matches can not be reserved and will be on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are in need of a wheelchair space and there is not one available, please see a customer service staff member on the day for assistance, or contact Ticketmaster prior to match day.

For full information on how to book an accessible seat, click here.


Accessing the concourse

An elevated, 20-metre wide pedestrian footbridge connects Marvel Stadium to Southern Cross Station and the intersection of Spencer Street/Bourke Street.

On-street level to concourse access can be gained via:

- For Gates 1, 2/3, 4 or 9 - Bourke Street lift or stairs, adjacent to the Car Park A & B entrance
- For Gates 5, 6, 7 & 8 - La Trobe Street ramp access
- For Gate 8 & 9 - Harbour Esplanade, lift access adjacent to AFL House

If travelling via Train

Southern Cross Station is located adjacent to Marvel Stadium and stops for both V-line and Metropolitan train lines. It is a short walk across the Spencer Street/Bourke Street pedestrian footbridge to reach the Stadium.

For up-to-date information in Victoria including timetables, service disruption information, ticketing or special event services, please visit or download the PTV app.

If travelling via Tram

City trams run to Marvel Stadium via La Trobe Street and Harbour Esplanade.

- Tram #30: St Vincents Plaza / Central Pier Docklands
- Tram #35: Anticlockwise / Anticlockwise or Clockwise / Clockwise
- Tram #70: Waterfront City Docklands / Wattle Park
- Tram #75: Central Pier Docklands / Vermont South
- Tram #86: Waterfront City Docklands / Bundoora RMIT

Trams also stop in the CBD on Spencer Street, Bourke Street and Collins Street, and all are a short walk to Marvel Stadium - see 'travelling via concourse access' for pedestrian access.

- Tram #96: St Kilda Beach / East Brunswick
- Tram #11: West Preston / Victoria Harbour Docklands
- Tram #48: North Balwyn / Victoria Harbour Docklands

For up-to-date information in Victoria including in Victoria including timetables, service disruption information, ticketing or special events services, please visit or download the PTV app.

If travelling via Taxi

A taxi rank is available on Bourke Street (opposite Platform 28 restaurant) and on La Trobe Street (near Peppers' Apartments).

Oversized taxis must pick up via Bourke Street taxi rank. For car park FAQs, please click here.

Facilities and Assistance

Sensory Rooms & Bags

Marvel Stadium is proud to be an official accredited sensory inclusive venue, with Melbourne's first sensory room on site. To read more about our sensory room or sensory bags available for hire for an event duration, click here.

There are two Sensory Rooms available on site: 

  • Level 1, Aisle 3

  • Level 3, Aisle 31

Wheelchair Services

Wheelchair services/escorts are available to take you to and from your seat*. If required, please ask a customer service team member upon arrival at the stadium or visit Guest Services (Gate 1 & 5).

*Please note that wheelchairs cannot remain with patrons during an event. If a wheelchair is needed post-match, patrons can organise for the staff member to meet them post-event to assist in exiting the venue. 

Assistance Animals

Assistance Animals are permitted entry into the venue. Patrons are encouraged to display a "Service Animal" or similar identification on the Assistance Animal when visiting the venue. Please bring any necessary supporting documentation. 

Mobility Aids

Mobility aids are permitted into the venue, but must be stowed safely under your seat to not block patron access paths. If you cannot do so, cloaking is available at Guest Services (Gates 1 & 5).

Additional cloaking locations may be available for special events.

Accessible and All-Gender Toilets

Toilets are located throughout the stadium:

  • Level 1 – Aisles 3*, 5-7, 10*, 15*, 16-17, 20*, 29*, 33*, 41* & 44

  • Level 2 – Aisles 4, 8*, 17*, 21*, 28* 33*, 40 & 45*

  • Level 3 – Aisles 1-4, 9*-12, 13-16*, 20-23, 26-28, 33*-36, 40* & 45-46

All-Gender toilets:

  • Level 1: Aisles 3/4*

  • Level 2: Aisle 4*

  • Level 3: Aisles 35* & 39*

* accessible toilets available

Changing Places

A Changing Places facility is available via the internal door at Gate 1 (Aisle 3). If access assistance is required, please see staff at Gate 1 Guest Services.


Changing Places facilities are larger than a standard accessible toilet with extra features: 

  • Height adjustable adult-sized changing bench

  • Hoist system for lifting/transferring individuals

  • Adequate space for wheelchair users and a carer

  • Accessible toilet with grab bars and adequate turning space

FAQ and Stadium A-Z Guide


If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, please see our FAQs or A-Z Guide.

Alternatively, please contact Reception -

Companion Cards

During the AFL season, the ‘Companion Card’ entitles a companion to free entry to the venue.

To book with a companion card via Ticketmaster, patrons can ‘add on’ a Companion Card seat allocation to their Accessibility Seat booking.

For full information on how to book an accessible seat, click here.

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