All Sportsman's Park carparks and most other game day parking lots have signed ADA parking spots. On Cardinals game days vehicles must have a valid Cardinals parking hangtag to enter Sportsman’s Park or offsite gameday parking areas. A valid state-issued hangtag or license plate is required to park in a signed ADA spot. Please contact the Arizona Cardinals Ticket Office at (602) 379-0102 for more information on ADA parking on game days. Seating
Disabled seating is located on all three concourses at University of Phoenix Stadium, including all lofts and field boxes. All levels can be accessed by elevators located near the five stadium entrance locations. One power outlet is available at each disabled seating platform for use guests with electric wheelchairs and other necessary equipment. Please contact a Guest Services Representative for any needed assistance.Cart Service
A courtesy cart service is available to mobility impaired fans from ADA parking areas to the stadium plaza security checkpoints. These carts are for mobility impaired fans and one companion only. The carts will only take fans to the closest entrance. There is no cart service available inside University of Phoenix Stadium. The cart service will be available two hours prior to the game and until one hour post game. Fans should wait at the large red numbers and letters (1,2,3 and E & W) outside of the gates for carts to meet them when exiting. Open Captioning
The University of Phoenix Stadium is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act in providing open captioning service for the stadium public address system. Open captioning is displayed below the stadium’s north and south video boards. In addition, open captioning is available via smart phones which are available free of charge at the Gate 1 Guest Services office (across from Section 104). For more information in advance of a Cardinals game day, please contact the Cardinals Ticket Office at (602) 379-0102 or by email at email@example.com.
The University of Phoenix Stadium is pleased to provide wheelchair assistance for mobility impaired guests. Wheelchair assistance is available to guests once they have entered the stadium. It is scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests for wheelchair assistance can be made by asking a stadium staff member or by visiting a Guest Services Office (located near Sections 104, 123, 417 and 448).
The stadium will provide wheelchairs, and a staff member to escort guests to their seats, but it is requested that mobility impaired patrons be accompanied by another adult in their party. Upon arrival at the seating location, guests are required to surrender wheelchairs to stadium staff. Stadium provided wheelchairs may not be used as temporary seating for events. To make arrangements for post-event wheelchair assistance, guests are asked to fill out a wheelchair escort request form stating their desired pick-up time and location. Wheelchair escort request forms are available at all stadium Guest Services Offices. When exiting the stadium guests will be brought to the exterior glass doors on the stadium's main concourse level. All requests for wheelchair escorts are accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis. A short wait time may be required.
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