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Wheelchair access


Disabled (Reserved) Seating

Wheelchair and Disabled (reserved) seating is available at the north end of McMahon Stadium, under the canopy above the Olympic Volunteer Center. Building access is via the wheelchair ramp located at the northeast corner of the stadium. The area accommodates 140 people and is specifically designed to accommodate both wheelchair bound and ambulatory disabled patrons, and affords an excellent view of the action on the field. The admission is $5 per game for the wheelchair or disabled person and complimentary for the attendant. Pass for the entire season (available for entire season) is $50.

At the conclusion of each football season, the entire amount of admission fees collected through the years is donated to local charitable organization. Some of the beneficiaries have included the Calgary Handi-Bus Association, Calgary Cerebral Palsy Association and the Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society

Accessible Parking

Disabled (reserved) parking is provided but is very limited at McMahon Stadium. Please have proper identification. A disabled (reserved) parking permit is mandatory for entrance into the McMahon Stadium parking lot on game day.

A drop off spot is also available should all of the reserved parking be taken at the time of your arrival. All those seeking disabled (reserved) parking should enter the stadium off Crowchild Trail at the entrance immediately south of the traffic lights at 23rd Avenue NW.

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