From LEGO®ramps to more accessibility 

The first Count & Last project is taking place in September 2021 and is themed "22,000 LEGO® bricks for Munich 2022". At the end of the project, wheelchair ramps will be built from the collected bricks as part of a communal event. The colourful ramps primarily aim to draw attention to the topic of accessibility during the event and are not a substitute for proper ramps. The goal is to ensure permanent accessibility through structural and other suitable measures: for greater mobility and more self-determination in everyday life, without being dependent on external help. After all, a barrier-free environment benefits everyone.


LEGO® bricks have been collected so far


bricks are the objective by end of September



For this project, we aim to collect 22,000 LEGO® bricks by 30 September and therefore need your help. We are looking for classic LEGO® bricks; flat bricks and baseplates are very helpful for building the ramps. DUPLO bricks can also be used for the ramps. Hand in your bricks directly, send them to us or, if you are from Munich and willing to donate 1 kilogram of bricks or more, have us pick them up! 

On Sunday, 10 October 2021, we will jointly construct the ramps. We will meet at Olympiapark in front of the east entrance of Olympiahalle, starting at 10 a.m. In cooperation with Behindertenbeirat München and WüSL e. V., we will be building LEGO® ramps together all day long. Stop by and be part of this special project!


  • Objective: 22,000 LEGO® bricks
  • Time frame: 1-30 September 2021
  • Shipping to / Drop-off: LOC European Championships Munich 2022, Spiridon-Louis-Ring 22, 80809 Munich, Germany
  • Pick-up: from 1 kilogram of LEGO® bricks on request (email to countandlast@munich2022.com)
  • Event day: 10 October 2021, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Olympiapark München, Olympiahalle east entrance


Saskia Hahn

In cooperation with

2_Behindertenbeirat München