Reservations for wheelchair users

There is a special booking system to guarantee easy access to the areas provided for wheelchair users on the show courts. 

For more information about booking tickets for wheelchair users, please visit tickets.rolandgarros.com.

Stadium access for visitors with reduced mobility  

Bus

  • Line 22: Opéra - Porte de Saint-Cloud (stop: Michel-Ange Auteuil).
  • Line 32: Gare de l'Est - Porte d'Auteuil (last stop).
  • Line 52: Opéra - Pont de Saint-Cloud (stops: Porte d'Auteuil or La Tourelle).
  • Line 62: Cours de Vincennes - Porte de Saint-Cloud (last stop).
  • Line 72: Hôtel de Ville - Pont de Saint-Cloud (stop: La Tourelle).
  • Line 123: Porte d'Auteuil - Mairie d'Issy (stops: Porte d’Auteuil or Porte Molitor or Gambetta).
  • Line 241: Rueil-Malmaison RER - Porte d'Auteuil (stops: Porte d’Auteuil or Gambetta).
  • PC1: Petite Ceinture (stops: Porte d'Auteuil or Porte Molitor).
  • Line 260: stop Gambetta.

Click here to find the transportation map of Roland-Garros. 

Drop-off/collection by a third party or taxi/chauffeur-driven car

For your safety, it is prohibited to drop people off on the roads around the stadium. The special drop-off area in front of Gate I - Suzanne-Lenglen (8 boulevard d'Auteuil – Paris) may be used, upon presentation of a disability card. 

Gate I - Suzanne-Lenglen is the most suitable entrance for visitors with reduced mobility because of the entrance’s layout and its location on Boulevard d'Auteuil. Wheelchair users can go directly to the stadium’s entrance without queuing up on the pavement.

Under no circumstances are visitors permitted to park alongside the barriers set up around the stadium, including in the disabled parking spaces. Any parked cars may be issued with a fine.

Leaving the stadium: 

Are you ordering a taxi or asking someone to come and collect you? Ask them to meet you in front of Gate I at 8 Boulevard d’Auteuil - Paris

Find a taxi rank close to the stadium: 

  • Auteuil: on the corner of Boulevard Exelmans and Rue d’Auteuil (in front of Le Congrès restaurant).
  • Molitor: on the corner of Boulevard Murat and 55 rue Molitor 75016 Paris (in front of Le Moliteuil restaurant).
  • Boulogne: a temporary taxi rank has been set up on Allée de la Reine Marguerite (GPS 48.849000 / 2.242009).

In your own car

You may use the local public car parks. There is a free shuttle service to the stadium, and one of the shuttles is suitable for wheelchair users.

  • Porte d'Auteuil car park (Carrefour), 1-3, avenue du Général-Sarrail, 75016 Paris.
  • Point-du-Jour car park, place Abel-Gance, 92200 Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • Porte de Saint-Cloud car park, 2, avenue de la Porte de Saint-Cloud, 75016 Paris (access via the garage).
  • Parchamp car park, 7 ter, rue du Parchamp 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt (except in case of rain).

Parking fines and clamps are frequently issued when cars are parked illegally during the tournament period, especially by the barriers around the outside of the stadium, and even in disabled parking spaces.

To avoid any problems, please adhere to the parking regulations.

Please find attached the transportation, free shuttles & car parks map.

Access to the courts
  • Philippe-Chatrier court

Philippe-Chatrier Court has specific ticketing for 20 wheelchair users as well as one accompanying person for each. Direct access is alongside Henri-Cochet stand by stairways 2 and 11. Spectators in this category are placed alongside one another wherever possible.

  • Suzanne-Lenglen court

Suzanne-Lenglen Court has specific ticketing for 16 wheelchair users as well as one accompanying person for each. Direct access is via a specially-fitted lift alongside the Relaxation Area near Suzanne-Lenglen court.

  • Court No.1

Court No.1 has specific ticketing for 10 wheelchair users as well as one accompanying person for each. Access is at stairway 3.

  • Outside courts

Ramps and viewing areas have been specially adapted for wheelchair access.

  • Courts No.12 – No.18:

Access to these courts is via a specific path alongside Boulevard d'Auteuil, between Gates K and L.

E-tickets will either say "Ticket reserved for wheelchair user" or "Ticket reserved for accompanying person of wheelchair user". Please keep the print-outs you will receive on entry to the stadium and be ready to show them to staff. 

Please find here the access plan for persons of reduced mobility.

Eating and drinking

Food counters, shops and kiosks can all be accessed by persons with reduced mobility.