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The Disabilility Liaison Team would like to remind all supporters with any mobility problems, whether or not you are a Registered Disabled Supporter (Purple Member), that we are always happy to provide advice and information about match day parking and access to the stadium to help make your visit to Emirates Stadium easier. Please call 020 7619 5050 (9.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday) or email email@example.com.
Disabled Supporters Information Page -
Buying your ticket - Disabled supporters of AFC Bournemouth should contact the ticket office on 0344 576 1910 (option one, option two).
There is a Matchday Information Guide at :-
Brighton & Hove Albion
Ambulant disabled supporters who require a Personal Assistant ticket and supporters who require a wheelchair ticket are currently unable to purchase these online. Please contact the Albion Booking Line 0844 327 1901 (Calls to this number are charged at seven pence per minute plus your network access charge.) and a member of the team will be happy to assist you.
Disabled supporters will be charged the ticket price equivalent to the pricing structure in the area of the ground they wish to purchase in. Supporters requiring a Personal Assistant must register proof of their disability with Supporter Services in advance of a match day.
The wheelchair allocation for visiting supporters from away clubs depends on the amount of tickets allocated to their club for that game, however it starts at 15 spaces on the raised area. There are 20 ‘easy access’ seats for away supporters.
You will find info on disabled supporters under "Tickets" section and the disabled info in "Other info" area.
Disabled supporter tickets are only available to disabled members of Chelsea Football Club. Rota members will automatically receive tickets when it is their turn on the rota. Match members can apply 42 days before a game via fax ( 020 7565 1462) , email (firstname.lastname@example.org) , post or telephone the Disability Line: 0371 811 2012.
More details available at :-
Crystal Palace Football Club welcomes supporters with disabilities to Selhurst Park.
The club encourages fans with disabilities to inform us of their personal situations in order to allow us to make your matchday experience as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Arrangements can also be made for any fan suffering from a temporary disability which could affect their ease of access to and from the stadium.
Useful guidance provided at :- http://www.cpfc.co.uk/fans/supporters-disabilities/
Everton Disabled Supporters Association (EDSA) is a supporters group formed in 1995.
The EDSA membership is open to all disabled supporters and there is a £10 seasonal membership fee to join.
To enquire about joining EDSA supporters’ group please contact ESDA chairman Steve Heneghan at 22 Sandon Street, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 5NW or call +44(0)151 286 9666.
Disabled Liaison officer Brendan Connolly on Brendan.Connolly@evertonfc.com or 0151 530 5396.
Please find details of all facilities at :- http://www.evertonfc.com/content/fans/disabled-supporters
LCFC Disabled Supporters Association is an independent and voluntarily run organisation.
Leicester City offers a range of facilities for wheelchair and ambulant disabled supporters please view our website -
Welcome to the LDSA webpage, containing details, news and information for Liverpool FC disabled supporters. The Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association (LDSA) is run by disabled supporters for disabled supporters.
Main Liverpool website = www.liverpoolfc.com
Manchester City Disabled Supporters Association - email@example.com
Visit the website of the Manchester City Disabled Supporters Association
for information - http://www.mcdsa.co.uk/index.html
This is the official website of Manchester United Disabled Supporters’ Association
You will find a very helpful 9 page Visiting Supporters' Guide with detailed information for disabled visitors at -
We have dedicated ticket hotline for disabled supporters, providing specialist support and ensuring a smooth and convenient purchasing process.
To speak to a member of our team, please call 0191 201 8457 or email
There are many facilities and services which have been designed to accommodate supporters with a variety of disabilities and to encourage all fans to come along and watch the Canaries play live at Carrow Road.
Website link: www.canaries.co.uk/Our-Club/Fans/Disabled-Supporters/
Sheffield United Football Club operates a ticketing policy which recognises disabled supporters may need assistance to fully enjoy their match day experience and offer a variety of reasonable adjustments based on individual supporters needs. The policy will not discriminate between disabled people with differing impairments.
Club Website link: - www.sufc.co.uk/news/2018/april/information-for-disabled-fans /
The ticketing policy for Disabled supporters has been benchmarked around Premier League clubs with the sole aim of achieving a fair and consistent approach to ensure the stadium’s facilities are made available to those supporters who need them most.
Website link :- http://www.saintsfc.co.uk/fans/disabled-supporters/
Supporters with disabilities wishing to purchase tickets should contact our Disability Liaison Officer Shirley Osborn on 0208 365 5161, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Website link :- http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/the-stadium/disabled-facilities/
The Tottenham Hotspur Disabled Supporters Association is an independent organisation representing the interests of all Spurs' disabled fans.
To contact the THDSA, please contact Laurence Cornwall on 07775 510 108 or email: email@example.com
West Ham United Football Club prides itself on being inclusive and working with all its supporters, operating a ticketing policy that recognises that disabled supporters may need assistance to fully enjoy the matchday experience. As such, the Club offers a variety of reasonable adjustments based on individual supporters needs, not their disability.
Accessibility Liaison Officer: Julie Pidgeon
Telephone: +44 (0) 845 217 1332
Website link :- http://www.whufc.com/Home.aspx
Ticketing queries should be directed to your Home Ticket Office but if you have any questions for us please contact us using the details below.
We have up to 12 disabled supporter places available for matches at Molineux, plus assistant tickets if they are required.
Away supporters are currently located in either the Steve Bull Lower tier or the Stan Cullis stand in PL2 and/or PU2. Seven spaces are available in the Steve Bull Lower tier, access is either via turnstile block 3 or gate DD. Spaces are available in the North East corner, 5 at ground level, 7 on level 3 and 8 on the upper tier. visit our website to see these locations
Your match tickets should be purchased from your own Club Ticket Office with any specific requirements that you have mentioned at the time of booking.
We have refreshment kiosks and accessible toilets located in the stand, stewards will be on hand to offer any assistance that you may require on the day.
Due to the location of the coach parking facilities, prior arrangements can be made for dropping off via the Stadium Office, please contact us on 0371 222 1877 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make any arrangements.
Wolves Disability Supporters Association :-