Kenilworth Road Stadium
1 Maple Road
Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters
01582 419 976
Disabled Supporters Association
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Getting There & Parking
All parking is in Hazelbury Crescent car park 100 metres from the stadium. Applications for parking should be made to Chris Clark (Club Secretary) at email@example.com (phone 01582 411622). The Kenilworth Road Stand has level access into the ground with ramped access to the disabled viewing area, as does the Maple Road entrance.
Getting a Ticket
If you would like to purchase tickets in the disabled areas at Kenilworth Road, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01582 416976.
Spectator Viewing areas
There are 17 home wheelchair spaces and 8 for away fans. There are 17 elevated and fully covered spaces in the Kenilworth Road end for Home supporters, with a pitchside area 1 metre above the trackside with 8 spaces shared between both Home and Away fans at the corner of the Main Stand. This has partial cover. Personal Assistants sit behind.
There are 2 accessible toilets at either end of the Main Stand.
Catering facilities are within 30 metres of the Kenilworth Road area with dedicated facilities for disabled supporters. There is a catering trolley at the Maple Road area. Steward assistance can be provided on request.
Accessible services & information
There is a choice of location with adjacent seating for personal assistants for blind and partially sighted fans. Audio Descriptive Commentary is available in all areas of the stadium - To book a receiver on a matchday, supporters will need to book in advance either with the Ticket Office on 01582 416976 or through the LTDSA.
DSA Additional Information
The newly-formed Luton Town Disabled Supporters’ Association held an open forum at the club on Wednesday 8th October.
The night also included the DSA's first AGM where for the first time, officers were elected to the association. Richard Hill was elected as the first ever Chairman and Allan Drummond, was appointed as Secretary.
The committee itself consists of another five supports plus representation from the club itself.
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