MS3 Craven Park Stadium
Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters
Disabled Supporters Association
Details to follow
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Getting There & Parking
Parking is allocated on a first come first served booking system and both home and away supporters are encouraged to book a space through the DSG, the DSLO, or when purchasing their ticket. However we will always try to find parking spaces where possible.
National Rail have published links to the nearest stations to sporting venues including Hull KR see here for more information.
Level Playing Field have not verified the information given and we suggest that you contact the station direct if you have any access requirements.
Getting a Ticket
Tickets can be purchased by email, postal application, telephone, or at the ticket office.Away wheel chair users should ring the ticket office in advance of attending a game.
Spectator Viewing areas
Home fans have a choice of area when the purchase their ticket/pass. We have the Harry Poole Disabled viewing area which is inside and offers a view of the pitch from a first floor level. Some restricted viewing.
We have the East Stand Disabled viewing area which is situated at the South East corner, this area has a roof and side shelter from the elements.
The Well Disabled viewing area is situated at the South West corner and again offers a roof and side shelter from the wind. Both these areas are pitch side level and pitch side.
Away fans due to ground developments the disabled viewing area has been relocated next to the West Stand Disabled viewing area. A temporary shelter has is currently in the process of being made for the 2012 season. This viewing area is located in the south west corner of the ground where the away fans will be.
All stands within the ground have facilities at which fans can purchase food and beverages. We aim to make these accessible to all however in peak times when access is more limited we have a steward on each area who can go on their behalf.
The Harry Poole bar and Robins Nest are both accessible to disabled supporters throughout the game. However seating in Harry Poole is ticket only. Robins Nest has no viewing area but offers the game on TV screens.
Accessible toilets are located within the Robins Nest corridor, the north west corner well, the south west corner well, Harry Poole corridor and behind the east stand pod. All require a RADAR key.
Accessible services & information
We are able to offer audio commentary to both home and away supporters. Supporters are able to use the kits throughout the stadium with no known areas unable to receive a signal. A £5 returnable deposit is required to hire an Audio kit available from the DSG match day steward or reception. We have 6 kits available.
We welcome assistance dogs however we request that the club or the DSLO is made aware if a supporter is bringing an assistance dog.
we have a dedicated steward on a match day whose sole responsibility and duties are to ensure that disabled supporters are able to enjoy the game and assist with any issues that may arise. She is contactable via phone or radio before, during and after the game. Also each Disabled viewing area has a steward available.
DSA Additional Information
We have a Disabled Supporters Group, DSG, which holds regular meetings and addresses issues that arise during the season. Contact details to follow. The DSG sometimes organises accessible transport to away games which they open up to all disabled fans.
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