Curzon Ashton

Curzon Ashton

Stadium Information

Stadium

Tameside Stadium

Address

The Tameside Stadium,

Richmond Street,

Ashton-under-Lyne,

OL7 9HG

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters

Name

Telephone no.

0161 330 6033

E-mail address

Disabled Supporters Association

Name

Telephone

Email

Website address

 

 

Accessibility Information

For UK minimum access standards for new and existing stadia and for good practice guidance please click here.

 

Getting There & Parking

 

Free car parking is available with six accessible car parking spaces. There is also a large 'Overspill' car park located on the left at the beginning of the approach road to the stadium.

Getting a Ticket

 

Spectator Viewing areas

 

Accessible amenities

 

Accessible services & information

 

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Comments

Sheila Quinn

Match: Curzon Ashton v York City

Published: 19/10/2016

 

Prior to match I Phoned Curzon Ashton to enquire about disabled tickets & car parking,   It was pay on the turnstiles and first come first served basis in the car park.

 

Before match we ate at Mottram Wood pub (Fayre & Square) about 10 minutes away from ground.

 

We arrived at the ground early and the car park was quite large with a few disabled spaces close to the turnstiles. No charge.

 

There was no segregation which is much appreciated by fans of smaller clubs & everyone was very friendly.

 

I paid on the turnstile and entered through a gate with Dave in his wheelchair.

 

We were told we could either sit pitchside or on a balcony upstairs.  We opted for upstairs. And a very nice young man took us through some offices to a lift while he went up the stairs & met us by the lift on the first floor. He then took us into a very large bar, asked us if we would like to stay in there for a drink, and then took us out onto the balcony. 

 

This was in the main stand above all the seats. Excellent view. Room for about 3 wheelchairs & I was given a chair to sit on.

Everyone was allowed in the bar, and there was a very large refreshment bar downstairs too.

 

There were programme sellers inside the ground and the club shop was inside the ground, very small & no wheelchair access but the man in charge would bring anything out for us to see & couldn’t have been more helpful.

 

We were shown where the disabled toilets were, in the bar.

 

And we were given a free team sheet.

 

Staff kept asking if we were ok and was there anything we needed.

 

An excellent ground to visit, and excellent staff who made us very welcome. The best we have ever been to.

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