Grimsby Town

Grimsby Town

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Stadium Information


Blundell Park


North East Lincolnshire
DN35 7PY

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Lisa Piggott

Telephone no.

01472 605050

E-mail address

Website address

Disabled Supporters Association


Daphne Farquarson


01472 696 904


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


There are 12 places for Home supporters close to the stadium entrance point on a first come first served basis. Away fans can park on Harrington Street behind Main Stand. Level access.

Getting a Ticket


For information on purchasing a ticket please visit the club webite.

Spectator Viewing areas


There are 44 allocated wheelchair user spaces for both Home and Away supporters. All places located at pitch side in the Main Stand. Limited cover with helpers sitting behind.

Accessible amenities


There is 1 accessible toilet behind the Main Stand. Catering outlets are found behind the stand close to the wheelchair area. There are no dedicated counters for disabled supporters.

Accessible services & information


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Louise jones

Match: All (Grimsby supporter)

Published: 5/4/2014


The disabled provisions at the ground are like the stadium itself years out of date. One disabled area in the whole of the ground is laughable, no seating next to wheelchairs, no low level food counters, not many ramps anywhere, club shop included and no access possible into the newest stand in the ground where bizarrely the player of the year awards are held. The only redeeming factor is the willingness of the stewards to help where possible and the fact that myself and my dad who goes with me are made to feel most welcome does help. Get it sorted town, better still let's get the new ground up and running. Up the mariners.

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