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Roland Garros Stadium Information
The French Open is one of those events you have to see live to appreciate what it means to these champions who conquer the red clay of Roland Garros and why so many have failed to hold up the coupe de mousquetaire. An amazing tournament.
There are no lifts or moving walkways in the Grounds, except for the lift to Suzanne-Lenglen Court esplanade. People with reduced mobility are asked to take this factor into consideration, especially for access to the seats in Category 3 on the show courts which are situated very high up.
Those who are severely disabled are asked to reserve their seats using a dedicated service in order to benefit from easy access seats.
Suzanne-Lenglen Stadium Guide
Le Stade Roland Garros (“Roland Garros Stadium”) is a tennis venue complex located in Paris, France. It hosts the French Open, also known as Roland Garros, a Grand Slam championship tournament played annually around the end of May and the beginning of June. The facility was constructed in 1928 to host France’s first defense of the Davis Cup.
Court Suzanne-Lenglen is built on a raised platform. In order to get from one side of the court to the other inside the Grounds, you may use a special access path running parallel to the Boulevard d’Auteuil between the Gates K and L.
The heat of the sun can be quite oppressing in the court stands and we recommend that people who may be affected dress accordingly (clothes that protect from the sun, sun cream, hat etc.)
Getting Around Roland Garros and Paris
Getting to Roland Garros Stadium and Paris is simple. Paris’ public transport is comprehensive and will take you within a few minutes walk of the ground where clearly located pedestrian signs will help you find your way on-street.
To get a vehicle pass in advance, please send your request with the photocopies of your disability card and your vehicle registration to:
24, avenue André-Morizet