Welcome to the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park. Please find below all information regarding the stadium.
Education & Heritage Centre
The Education and Heritage Centre tells the unique story of Northern Irish football using a varied range of media, immersive physical interactives and key artefacts from the 1880s to the present day.
Address: National Football Stadium at Windsor Park, Donegall Avenue, Belfast, BT12 6LU
From Belfast International Airport (20 miles approx.): follow directions for the M2. Take the exit for A12 (westlink), follow Glenmachan Street towards Tates Avenue and Donegall Avenue.
From George Best Belfast City Airport (6 miles) approx.): take the A2 to Lagan Bridge/M3. Folow the Lagan Bridge/M3, take A12 to Glenmachan Street, take the exit towards Belfast from the A12. Follow Glenmachan Street towards Tates Avenue and Donegall Avenue.
From Europa Bus Station (1.5 miles approx.): Head east on Glengall Street towards Great Victoria Street/A1, turn left onto Great Victoria Street/A1, turn left onto Grosvenor Road/B38, turn left onto Durham Street/B503, turn right onto Donegall Road and turn left onto Donegall Avenue.
From M1: Follow M1 to Belfast, take exit 1 from M1, follow Glenmachan Street towards Tates Avenue and Donegall Avenue.
Stadium Development Company – 02890 029497
Sodexo Prestige Catering - 0845 6055 699 / 07867123353
The National Football Stadium at Windsor Park has been designed to ensure that all visitors, including those with disabilities, enjoy an unrivalled match day experience. The guiding principle for the stadium is that visitors with disabilities are accommodated at all levels and areas throughout the stadium and have the necessary facilities available to meet their needs.
The National Football Stadium now offers fans 133 wheelchair-accessible spaces and an equal number of adjacent seats for their personal assistants. Spaces are located at the rear of the East (Family) Stand, in the South Lower Stand, South Upper Stand and in the North West corner of the stadium.
All seating is accessed via lifts in the respective stands
Accessible toilet facilities are available next to each seating area.
In addition, each of our corporate lounges are wheelchair-accessible, as are each of our corporate boxes.
For individuals who do not require a wheelchair but who may have mobility issues, we also have a number of ambulant seats located in the South and East Stands. All of our ambulant seats offer step-free access, with entrances via lifts or the ground floor concourse.
In addition, individuals who require an essential companion / carer while attending the match can request a complimentary seat.
Visually impaired fans sit in any area of the stadium. Match commentary headsets are provided by Soccer Sight and can be obtained by contacting email@example.com
A significant number of stewards have undertaken specific disability awareness training and are deployed to appropriate locations within the Stadium.
There are limited spaces available for accessible parking. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
JD Store at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park
The new JD official Northern Ireland supporters store at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park is now open. Shirt printing is available in store. There is a full range of official adidas Northern Ireland kits & training wear alongside an exclusive range of George Best t shirts and other Northern Ireland football merchandise.
Opening hours are as follows: Monday - Friday 12-5pm, Saturday 12-2pm, Sunday 1-2pm
Opening hours will be extended on Northern Ireland match days.
For holidays and Linfield match days please call the store to check opening hours in advance.
JD Store telephone number: 02890025027
You can also shop JD online here.
For more information on renting the Stadium for external events, please contact Stadium Director Louise Doyle:
Phone: 02890 669458