Together with the disabled council of the city of Salzburg, we have decided to introduce a new ticket purchase scheme for people with disabilities from the 2021/22 season.

We want to cater for the needs of people with disabilities by working for inclusion and equality - and therefore live up to our social responsibility.

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Travel to/from the stadium

On public transport

  • City bus Line 1 from the City Centre to the Red Bull Arena or S-Bahn trains S3 or S2 towards Freilassing - alight at Salzburg/Taxham Europark - and it is then 10 minutes' walk.
  • Special shuttle buses (barrier-free) from Hanuschplatz to the Red Bull Arena and back.
  • MATCH TICKET = TRAVEL TICKET on Salzburg Verkehr public transport from 6 hours before kick-off until the last service of the day (bus and train).
  • This applies to the entire network in the Salzburg region, including Freilassing train station (line S3) and travel through the small German corner (line 260).
  • All public transport services in Salzburg are barrier-free.

By car

Use P-Stadion car park (Red Bull Arena)

A1 motorway exit Kleßheim (motorway toll sticker required).
Free parking at the P-VIP or P-Stadion car parks (entrance by Fa. Kaindl) and at Busterminal Ost for wheelchair users.
No ticket needed to enter or exit the car park! Just show a valid disabled badge at P-VIP and Busterminal Ost.
All car parks at the Red Bull Arena are open until 24 hours after the match.

P-Messe car park (Messezentrum)

Free shuttle (barrier-free) from two hours before kick-off until an hour after the final whistle.
Messe exit from A1 motorway (motorway toll sticker required).
Free parking at Zirkuswiese car park (on right before gated entrance).
No ticket needed for entrance or exit!

P-DOC car park – (Designer Outlet Salzburg)

Free shuttle (barrier-free) from two hours before kick-off until an hour after the final whistle.
Airport exit from A1 motorway (motorway toll sticker required).
Free parking in P1 car park (with Park & Ride signs) from two hours before kick-off until an hour after the final whistle.
Take a ticket on entrance, and the gate will open automatically when you approach it on exit.


For wheelchair users

50 car parking spaces are reserved exclusively for wheelchair users at the EAST bus park (right next to the motorway). Entrance is allowed with a note on your disabled certificate!

For disabled people who do not use wheelchairs

There are plenty of parking spaces available for all people with disabilities at the big stadium car park in the separate VIP car park (P-VIP). A valid disabled certificate and a drivers' license is required on entering.

You can find a map of the car parks at the Red Bull Arena HERE!

Useful information

Cashless payment

Payment at the Red Bull Arena is only cashless currently, with all usual payment methods accepted - debit and credit cards (except Diners Club and American Express), smartphone and smartwatches.

For all fans who do not use any of these payment methods, an Arenakarte can be purchased with cash in the Bullshop.

Reusable cups

FC Red Bull Salzburg operates a deposit and reusable cup system at all kiosks in and around the stadium in order to promote sustainable consumption. There is a €2– deposit on cups. Our kiosk staff cannot refill cups for reasons of hygiene.

Further information and contact

For any questions, our Ticketing & Service Center in our Bullshop at the Red Bull Arena would be delighted to answer them by email at or on the telephone at +43/662/433332–4444. Our fan supervisors can also be contacted at

Stadium rules

All the information on the stadium rules - and what you may and may not bring - can be found HERE!

Bundesliga On Ear

Blind and visually impaired people can follow all Austrian Bundesliga home matches at the Red Bull Arena live with their own descriptive audio commentary. Specially trained commentators will talk through the entire match from kick-off to the final whistle, thereby making it a very special live event. Anyone with a portable radio (brought by themselves) or a smartphone that receives radio can tune in to Bundesliga on Ear at the Red Bull Arena on the 87.5 MHz frequency. Further information can be found on the website of the Austrian Football Bundesliga.

Hunger for art and culture

FC Red Bull Salzburg allows socially disadvantaged people who have a valid ticket for the 'Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur' project free admission to the stadium at all Austrian Bundesliga home matches. The aim is to provide the opportunity to participate in cultural life in Salzburg and watch football matches.
Tickets are available three hours before kick-off on match days upon showing a valid Kulturpass at the Ticket Info Point (West side of the Red Bull Arena).