Persons with reduced mobility

Make your arrival as easy as possible to ensure that you enjoy your day at Roland-Garros.

Reserving tickets for persons with reduced mobility

There is a special booking system to guarantee easy access to the areas provided for persons with reduced mobility on the show courts.  

For more information about booking tickets for wheelchair users, please visit this page.

Stadium access for persons with reduced mobility

Please note that at Roland Garros there is no direct access to the stadium entrances.

All visitors must pass through one of the three Mandatory Checkpoints (PPO) in order to enter the secure perimeter and access the stadium entrances. 

To make things easier: 
  • There is a drop-off zone just outside the stadium, by Gate 30 (8 boulevard d'Auteuil, Paris), which may be used upon presentation of your disability card.
  • Otherwise, we recommend entering the stadium via the PPO Molitor checkpoint.
By bus
  • No.22: get off at Michel-Ange Auteuil
  • No.32: get off at the last stop, Porte d'Auteuil 
  • No.52: get off at Porte d'Auteuil or La Tourelle
  • No.62: get off at the last stop, Porte de Saint-Cloud
  • No.72: get off at La Tourelle
  • No.123: get off at Porte d’Auteuil or Porte Molitor or Gambetta (removal of the "Roland-Garros" and "Rue des Pins" stops from May 21 to June 5 for safety reasons)
  • No.241: get off at Porte d’Auteuil or Gambetta (removal of the "Suzanne-Lenglen" and "Fleuriste municipal" stops from May 21 to June 5 for safety reasons)
  • No.260: get off at Gambetta
  • PC: get off at Porte d'Auteuil or Porte Molitor
Snapshot of all transport

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In your own car

The parking spaces around the stadium are reserved for local residents (including the disabled parking spaces): anyone parked in these spaces may be issued with a parking ticket and their vehicle may be towed.  

You may use the public car parks located nearby. Free shuttles equipped for wheelchair users will then take you to the stadium. Please ask our staff for assistance. 

Paid public car parks near the PPO checkpoints:
  • 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 (service station):  2, avenue de la Porte de Saint-Cloud 75016 Paris
  • Parchamp car park: 7 ter, rue du Parchamp 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Special services: if you have a “Guest” parking space  
  • P2: Allée de la reine Marguerite 75016 Paris
  • P5: 17 rue Nungesser et Coli 75 016 Paris
Drop-off / pick-up by a third party (taxi, chauffeur-driven vehicle, etc.) 

For your safety, it is prohibited to drop people off or pick them up on the roads around the stadium. The special drop-off area in front of Gate 30 (8 boulevard d'Auteuil – Paris) may be used, upon presentation of a disability card. 

Gate 30 is the most suitable entrance because of the entrance’s layout and its location on Boulevard d'Auteuil. Persons with reduced mobility can go directly to the stadium entrance without queuing up on the pavement. 

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

When 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 30 at 8 Boulevard d’Auteuil – Paris. 

Taxi ranks near the stadium:

  • Auteuil: temporary station - Place de la Porte d'Auteuil 75016 Paris / On the corner of boulevard Exelmans and rue d’Auteuil 75016 Paris (opposite Le Congrès restaurant)
  • Molitor: temporary station - Place de la Porte Molitor 75016 Paris / On the corner of boulevard Murat and rue Molitor 75016 Paris (opposite Le Moliteuil restaurant)
  • Boulogne: temporary station - Allée de la Reine Marguerite 75016 Paris
Court access

All of the courts are accessible to persons with reduced mobility, along with their personal care attendant.

Main courts: spectators must be ticket holders for the court concerned. E-tickets are marked with “Ticket reserved for wheelchair user” or “Ticket reserved for wheelchair user’s attendant”. Please retain your ticket and show the pass issued at the entrance to our stadium staff. 

Take a look at the stadium access map for wheelchair users, which shows you how to access the courts.
Eating and drinking

Food counters, shops and kiosks can all be accessed by all.